Super Farm - PS2

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Super Farm (PS2)
Viewed: 3D Third-person, floating camera Genre:
Combat Game
Media: CD Arcade origin:No
Developer: Asobo Soft. Co.: Asobo
Publishers: Ignition Entertainment (GB)
Released: 2004 (GB)
Ratings: PEGI 12+
Accessories: Memory Card


A breath of fresh air amidst a slew of endless sequels and clones, Ignition’s Super Farm, developed by Asobo, brings animal combat and dry humour together in an adult-themed beat-em-up adventure. Intrigued? We were too.

The life of a farmyard animal is not easy. You get born, you hang around for a bit, then you’re shipped off to meet a grisly end at some filthy abattoir. Consigned to such a life, what would you do to pass those endless hours in the field? That’s right - you knock seven bells out of your fellow animals. Welcome to the world of Super Farm.

Super Farm, PS2’s melee combat title, offers frantic arena-based fighting around a host of cartoon-like locations. In this instance, the cause of your animal frustration is a voluptuous turkey-hen called Pamela. Her arrival on the farm causes the 10 bored animals to compete for her affections in the only way the male species knows how - by fighting. In the beginning, players are free to assume control of any one of these farmyard animals, each with their own strengths and weaknesses, as they attempt to win the heart of big-bottomed Pamela in a story-led adventure.

Essentially, the game entails beating your fellow love-rivals using any means you can. Inspired by several hundred Looney Toons cartoons, combat can involve something as simple as swinging a heavy anvil across the face of your opponent. On the other hand, you could plan something far more elaborate. Fight as you wish, just as long as big Pamela approves.

A variety of mission objectives and mini-games have also been introduced to keep the game moving. Players may be challenged to remove a predetermined number of their opponents’ teeth, or charged with delivering kittens to Pamela so she can use them for toilet roll. It may be a cartoon in appearance, but there’s plenty of adult humour to laugh at too.

Super Farm delivers an amazing slice of playability in single-player mode, but plug a few more controllers into your PS2 and the game shines even brighter as three other maniacs thump their way through stacks of unlocked levels and mini games. Definitely worth a look.


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