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Candice DeBébé is a game franchise which consists of two games: Candice DeBébé's Incredibly Trick Lifestyle and Candice DeBébé's Scandalous Secrets, being released in March 22, 2016 and November 2, 2018 respectively.
Why It Sucks
- The whole franchise is extremely psychotic in nature and it feels like it was made by a completely insane person.
- Unimaginably eye-bleeding graphics, the 3D models of the characters look incredibly terrifying to the point that they can remind you of those dank and intentionally bad 3D animations, the texts written in some walls or surfaces look very grainy and the backgrounds of the 2D sections seem to be drawn by a 4 year old kid.
- Insame amount of bugs and glitches that are pretty easy to notice, for example, you can drag the screen around by moving the mouse while you're in the pause menu.
- The animations are so poorly made that most of the times your character will slide on the floor instead of walking on it.
- Terrible voice acting that was made by only one voice actor in both of the games, whom has used Audacity or a similar software to change his voice pitch.
- Terrible music that for some reason has a voiceover in it.
- An abysmal amount of grammar and spelling errors, it also has a ridiculous typing jargon that can remind of those awful rappers that think that using 2 instead of "to" is cool.
- The sound effects of the game are dreadful, and in a similar way to the voice acting, almost all of the sounds are made by the same person.
- The gameplay is quite boring and dull, making you either talk to NPCs, walk kilometers with a bunch of enemies on your way or going through an awful 2D platforming section.
- Extremely broken controls that will not respond most of the times.
- Your character has the ability to jump on a vertical surface like Mega Man, but it will automatically lead you to the opposite side, meaning that if you're jumping near a hazard like spikes, you can get damaged if you don't quickly guide your character to the wall side.
- The games do not have a proper tutorial, which makes it harder to learn how to play them.
- The HUD of the games does not change depending of the size of the window, makeing it a real pain for people who use a 4K monitor or a monitor smaller than 480p.
- There is no real strategy in the bosses, just spam the fire button until they die. Sometimes it's even possible to cheese said bosses.
- Despite the incredibly poor quality, both of the games are sold on Steam for 3 and 5 dollars respectively.