Country Justice: Revenge of the Rednecks
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Country Justice: Revenge of the Rednecks is a 2005 first-person shooter video game co-developed by Silverfish Studios and 3Romans, and published by ValuSoft.
Why It Sucks
- An absurd amount of glitches and technical issues; it's undoubtedly obvious that Silverfish didn't playtest their own game before release. Two of the most egregious examples of this are as follows
- One glitch prevents most people from finishing the last level, making the game unbeatable for many people.
- The game will crash to the desktop when ran at higher settings.
- The game is clearly a ripoff of Redneck Rampage, using similar ideas like the dynamite crossbow and a similar premise.
- The game is really unfunny and is offensive to people who live in the south.
- Extremely long loading times: the opening loading screen can take up to 2 minutes to load.
- Awful graphics and really straight like N64 graphics era.
- Poor voice acting, including the main character who does an unfunny Elvis impersonation.
- Bad gunplay, with limp sound effects and laughably poor gun models.
- Extremely short campaign that can be finished in 1-2 hours (assuming you don't run into the aforementioned glitches, that is).
- Both of the vehicles have horrendous handling. The truck will often times get stuck, forcing the player to restart certain bits. The boat controls even worse, handling like a sentient soap bar with slow response times.
- Humans and zombies can be killed with one shot, but mutant animals can take up to a dozen shots to kill.
- You collect and drink moonshine, but its only use is to make Earl run a little faster.
- The story is uninspired, makes little sense, and is devoid of tension or anything else that might make a normal player invested.
- The final boss is a cookie-cutter Mad Scientist villain with no real motivations other than wanting to rule the world because the writers said so. Also, he can be killed in one shot.
- After completing the main campaign, the game "rewards" you with three lines of text that are too bunched together to be legible within the mere seconds they appear on screen. If you can read the text, you'll find out that you now have god mode. This presents a couple of issues:
- There really isn't that much to do in Country Justice after you've finished it; there's no real replay value to speak of.
- Although there are mini-games, they are either bland, unfun, or plagued by the aforementioned glitches.