Dropsy (PC) review
"Enter Dropsy the clown, a mentally challenged man who has to survive in a world that shuns him."
Clowns are scary.
There, I said something that is ingrained in contemporary minds of everyone on the planet. They are creepy and chronically unfunny at the same time, which kind of defeats the purpose of what a clown was supposed to be. I have been hit with the imagery of killer clowns for years, be it in literature form from the pen of Stephen King, or as the always lovable and not-at-all over-exposed musings of Joker. Hell, if you want real life scenarios, look no further than to the shenanigans of that lovable scamp, John Wayne Gacy.
So, when EmP decided to "surprise" me with this title for a horror game tourney, I expected that the titular main character, Dropsy, would be more of the sort that will convey the message to children everywhere that "everything and everyone floats" and less of the kind that makes balloon animals and manages to fit into adorably small cars with a dozen more clowns.
Community review by darketernal (October 27, 2015)
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