Audio bugs aside, Afterparty’s voice cast – and its score – do a bang-up job from beginning to end.
The colourful and vibrant nature of Hell is offset by the sheer amount of frame-rate issues and bugs.
Most of the time you’ll just be holding either way on one of the sticks, or waiting for the screen to stop wobbling for having a sip of alcohol. Functional sums the controls up perfectly.
Buggy, inane mini-games and a story that never really offers any pay-offs. Don’t get me wrong, Milo and Lola are great, but everything else about Afterparty – its story included – is not.
They’re okay, but you’ll be doing far too many playthroughs if you want to grab them all.