It is about 14-16 hours long without getting all the statues and using Artmoney for infinite health. At least an hour of that is getting momentarily stuck on a task I couldn't figure out how to proceed. Pros -The graphics are much improved over Magna Cum Laude (lots of shadows). -There's a lot of catchy, tinseltown tunes in there (reminds me of The Movies by Lionhead Studio). -There's definitely a lot of Leisure Suit Larry features in here including the dirty jokes, the huge chests, and the like. -It runs on Unreal Engine 3. -No crashes. -An A-list cast including David Atell, Tom Arnold, Carmen Electra, and Patrick Warburton. Cons -It is very deserving of that "Mature" rating. Definitely for the 17+ due to language and sexual themes. Minimal nudity though--the only thing stopping it from being an "Adults Only" game. -There's some performance issues where the frame rates clearly drop but so far, none of them have been more than a minor inconvenience. It doesn't interfere with game play like in Saints Row 2, for example. -The mouse sensitivity is whack. Sometimes it is too fast, sometimes it is too slow, and sometimes it moves to positions that disorient me. Overall, it doesn't bother me too much. -Sometimes you have to push these key combos but the diagrams it shows are "Action 1-6." Since those numbers really don't mean anything to me, it is very hard to figure out which key to push when. What I end up doing is reassigning the action keys to the numbers 1-6 and then reassigning them to my normal keys afterwards. Again, nothing major, just an inconvenience. -Things are relatively repetitive early on but it really isn't bothering me. Magna Cum Laude isn't much more repetitive than this so I don't have a problem with it. -Combat is bad. You often face three opponents at a time and they do a lot more more damage to you than you can to them. Not to mention, the controls aren't responsive due to attacks taking a long time and it relies on two key combos that often don't work when most needed. There are 4 unused action keys during combat, WTF didn't they use one of those instead!?! -It doesn't autosave often enough causing me to repeat a lot of long parts of the game. -There is an occasional voice censor beep but it doesn't make sense why it is there considering I've heard the F-word used quite a few times. Maybe the bleep out swear words from non-cutscense to keep an Ao rating at bay? The Verdict I give it a 5 out 10 for the following deductions: -1 rating deducted because of the bad controls (not PC friendly at all). -1 rating for unbalanced combat difficulty. -1 rating for poor view point perspective (either the camera moving when it shouldn't--e.g. trying to tightrope walk--or the camera being fixed in a place that leaves you clueless as to what is going on around you--e.g. in the barn jumping on a moving haybail). -1 rating for no autosave points before difficult tasks. -0.75 point for repetitive nature (not Far Cry 2 bad but it could use some improvement). -0.25 point for only being available to the 17+ group. The bad news is the first four must be fixed before I would recommend buying it. The good news is they are relatively easy to fix so a patch just might turn this into a good game.