Perhaps one of the best parts of High On Life is its audio. Not only is it difficult to fault the voice acting or delivery, but the original score is wonderfully wacky too. Proper sci-fi vibes throughout. Colour me a fan.
Weird, wacky, and colourful. There’s some real creativity in the worlds and environments, just don’t expect them to blow you away graphically.
The shooting is fine. Nothing more, nothing less. It’s not a very satisfying game to play, in truth, but it’s by no means bad.
Too much shooting and reliance on pretty awful boss fights, in truth. The game does break away from that formula for brief moments, and that’s where the game shines - like a certain scene where you get embroiled in a bureaucracy mini-game. More of that, less of the inane shooting next time, please.
The achievements themselves are pretty decent for the most part, but there is far too much reliance on collectibles. Hundreds of them in fact. Ugh.