The Game Tutor Examines Candice DeBébé's Incredibly Trick Lifestyle
6th Apr 16, 01:08
Candice DeBébé's Incredibly Trick Lifestyle is essentially an action RPG that follows an extremely chavvy women on a quest to retrieve the fake tan van that was stolen from her own town. The graphics are bad, the story is bad but still I enjoyed my time playing this.
As a brit I can relate to the jokes and songs found in the game that are all very tongue in cheek. I feel a lot of this humour would be totally lost on other nationalities so if you aren’t British or in some way very knowledgeable of British culture this may be a total no no.
Along the way you gain items, fight bosses and go through a number of different worlds and levels in an ultra-light action RPG game. The game is bad… in most ways but (and you are probably going to just have to take my word on this) it is oddly fun to play and I found myself continuing even though my usual common sense indicator told me the game wasn’t any good.
At £3.99 or your regional equivalent there are better games out there but for the price of a pint in London, a magazine or a coffee you will find a game that will make you chuckle and offer at least something.
This game really isn’t for everyone and most will probably not “get it” but Candice DeBébé's Incredibly Trick Lifestyle is a massive tongue in cheek game that for those of you who will get the references is a giggle worth undertaking.