Review: Leisure Suite Larry – Wet Dreams Never Dry

Growing up playing Leisure Suit Larry, I often remember my father commenting on the crude humour that was flying over my head. I personally just enjoy the point and click adventure title that had a whole ton of breasts (Being a prepubescent boy, this was great)

I must admit, the point and click adventure titles became old and boring the older I got, eventually never returning to them until now. The older Larry titles became a bit overplayed and boring, with repeated plots often coming through, however, this title feels fresh and new with the Austin Powers’ type plot line coming through of a “raunchy man stuck in the future with no knowledge of how things run but still trying to get laid” type plot line.

The story is very Larry-esque in that he is still trying to get laid but this time, there is a lot of relatable content to the average Millennial and it turns out to be pretty darn great. The whole story is started off with Larry’s introduction to the smartphone, but not any smartphone, rather a super-secret prototype that the Prune Company is working on; this also forms to be the bottom line of the entire story and eventually leading to a whole adventure that Larry goes on, learning about this new time he is in.

The game plays really well and is still the good old fashion point and click adventure. The mechanics are still the same old Larry we all know but this time with the added extra of 2018 cartoon style graphics, trying to stay true to the originals but also giving it more of a 3D effect, but, not ruining it as bad as Leisure Suit Larry: Magna Cum Laude. The tone of the game is extremely vibrant and fun, with bright colours and fun scenes, not a bad direction to head in for the title.

My overall experience with the new Leisure Suit title has been great, In fact, I have completed it already and am thinking of playing it again because I know I missed a few things along the way. The game is totally immersive and offers a lot of puzzle like mysteries to solve as well as candid NPCs you can meet. The game has a fresh feel and would recommend it to anyone who plays point and click adventure games.

Growing up playing Leisure Suit Larry, I often remember my father commenting on the crude humour that was flying over my head. I personally just enjoy the point and click adventure title that had a whole ton of breasts (Being a prepubescent boy, this was great) I must admit, the…
Story - 65%
Graphics - 69%
Audio - 68%
Gameplay - 67%
Replayability - 80%

70%

User Rating: 3.78 ( 2 votes)

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Dennis Moore
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