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Jesus Strikes Back 2: The Resurrection
Developed by: 2GenPro
Published by: 2GenPro
Release date: April 16, 2020
Available on: macOS, Windows
Genre: FPS
Number of players: Single-player
ESRB: Not rated
Price: $19.99

Thank you 2GenPro for sending us an Early Access preview code!

I must confess that I have not played the original game, Jesus Strikes Back. I was made aware of the sequel by a reader who took offense of its blatant killing of homosexuals. The premise is that the world has turned corrupt and is predominately homosexual. It has to be purged. You can do the cleansing as Jesus Christ, Trump, Hitler, Mussolini, Putin, Napoleon, Boris Johnson, or Pepe the frog.

Along with gay frogs, you can attack various forms of wildlife which many of them are glitched out and floating in the air. There are many different kinds of hostile humans to defend yourself against. Some of them are described as autistic while others are labeled as militant. The suicide bombers are best taken out with a gun before they get too close and detonate. Single or two-handed melee weapons work fine against the angry demonkrats, feminists, illegal aliens, vegans, and zombies.

Once killed, you can eventually loot the corpses. It’s challenging to find some of the bodies and when you do it’s hard to trigger the dialog box to loot them. The loot varies in usefulness and vulgarity. Food to replenish health and stamina are useful, along with ammo and shekels as spending money. Other items are rather raunchy including butt plugs, c*ck rings, pubes, dildos, used condoms and tampons. Despite being gross, they’re worth picking up since they can be sold for a decent price. Thankfully, the vulgar items are text based with descriptions and no visuals.

Highlights:

Strong Points: Funny (though often inappropriate) humor
Weak Points: Game crashes and various glitches; dated visuals
Moral Warnings: You get to indiscriminately kill demonkrats, feminists, homosexuals, illegal aliens, suicide bombers, vegans, and zombies; blood is shown; every curse word possible is used; blaspheming (you can play as Jesus Christ); many NPCs are only dressed swimsuits/underwear; crude and vulgar humor, drug and alcohol references

Weapons and armor are plentiful and change your character’s appearance when equipped. In the beginning, Jesus Christ starts off with a crown of thorns, holy robe, and worn out sandals. After taking on some side missions, I earned enough shekels to purchase a motorcycle helmet, gloves, and iron armor for better protection. Horses are available to purchase and they range in color, durability, and speed. Battles are best done unmounted so calling the horse back to you with the F key is handy.

Leveling up is done Elder Scrolls style, where you level up attributes by using them more. For example, as you use single-handed weapons more, that skill will increase. The more you run, the more endurance you will have, and so forth.

I wasn’t impressed with the user interface and visuals on my first game stream. The developers have listened and addressed some of my complaints. As an Early Access title, bugs and glitches are to be expected, and I’m sure many of them will be addressed by the 2020 Holiday launch date they’re aiming for.

Score Breakdown:
Higher is better
(10/10 is perfect)

Game Score - 66%
Gameplay: 15/20
Graphics: 6/10
Sound: 6/10
Stability: 2/5
Controls: 4/5

Morality Score - 29%
Violence: 2.5/10
Language: 0/10
Sexual Content: 2.5/10
Occult/Supernatural: 7/10
Cultural/Moral/Ethical: 2.5/10

Be sure to save early and often, as there are many deadly glitches that can end your game unexpectedly. On a rescue quest, I met and untied my target only to get unexpectedly launched into the air and killed. The next time I launched the game the NPC was much further away. I have also completed quests, but didn’t get credit for it. Another issue I noticed is that I have to re-equip my weapons every time I load my save.

The textures are dated and many of the NPCs look the same. When I first played, the world was very bland. It has since gotten better with more buildings and an option to adjust its population in the game menu. Many of the sound clips are low quality, but the sound effects are quite good.

Although it’s a bit buggy in its current state, the humor and satire are in full effect in this title. If you don’t mind offensive humor this game will deliver it in spades. With the foul language, gore, and lack of clothing, this game should not be played around kids. If you’re looking for beautiful visuals and an engaging story, you’ll want to look elsewhere.

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