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WTF Work Time Fun - Sony PSP

Platform : Sony PSP
Rated: Teen
22 customer reviews
Metascore: 63 / 100
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  • Features a number of minigames
  • Features a number of unlockable gadgets
  • Delivers bite-size morsels of arcade style action unlike anything ever seen on the PSP
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Created specifically for the PSP (PlayStation Portable) system, WTF is a crazy collection of fun and addictive mini-games that drive the player to perform sometimes trivial, sometimes mind-bending, but always-fun jobs in pursuit of the almighty dollar. Players will spend their well-earned money in the prize-vending machines on new jobs, games, trinkets and for the first time ever on the PSP system, tools to use in the real world such as the World Clock, Ramen Timer, and Flashlight. After players have spent their money, they'll head back to work so they can earn more money to buy more stuff, like real life but much more fun. WTF delivers gamers compelling, bite-sized morsels of frenzied arcade-style action unlike anything ever seen on the PSP system. Single Player or Multiplayer Gameplay Modes - Play through the game solo, or with your friends in 5 multiplayer mini-games using wireless ad hoc mode


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  • ASIN: B000GA9816
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 4.2 x 0.5 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 17, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,270 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Chris Howard on December 11, 2006
WTF is a really neat game. When I first started playing it, I didn't know what to think of it aside from it was really strange. Then the more and more you play it, the more and more you just can't put it down.

Basically, the game is a whole bunch of mini games that you play to earn money which you can then spend in vending machines where you earn strange trinkets, new mini games, and "tools".

The mini games are like I said, mindless, but fun none the less. They include picking up golf balls on a golf course, counting the number of people who walk by the screen, drag racing, putting tops on pens, counting chickens, etc. etc. I think there are about 40 mini games in all.

The tools are interesting and include a tip calculator, a ramen noodle time which is hilarious, a world clock, and a few other things.

In my opinion it is very similar to WarioWare for Gamecube and DS. If you like mini games, this is a definite must buy. Overall, this is a great game, especially for those days when you're just looking for something to make time pass.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By B. Wong on December 10, 2006
The game is a compilation of mini games and silly tools to the most insane degree. You gain money and spend more on mini games and tools. Some of the tools I find interesting and absolutely clever.

"Ramen Timer" where you can pay with WTF dollar$ and it will count 3 minutes for you to set the timer. Other tools such as "Handy Light" fill the screen with any color, actually perfect to test for any dead pixels.

The games are truely perfect to relieve stress with no beginning no end. In an age where every game is so complicated, this one is the exact opposite. Mindless fun at its best.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By L. Becker on November 4, 2007
This game is awful, but I found myself playing it for hours! Why why why! You do "work" (capping pens, sorting chickens, making pots, wrestling) for a paycheck. Then you take that paycheck to get useless figurines or new "games" as in new "work." The work is usually quite grueling, but for some reason I still continued to play for hours! When I made my first $50, I put it into the $50 vending machine and got....a figurine. But did that deter me from continuing to play? No!

Some of the games are really hard like "Run Like Hell." But there's something terribly motivational about working really hard and trying to win new games to try out. I feel a little sad that I will cap 1000 pens just for $20. But I figure, if I've played it for hours, I obviously was having fun, right?
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By B. Brogan on April 10, 2007
I really don't know how to describe this game, but it is hard to put down. You do simple tasks to earn money such as helping someone cross the street, kind of like a generic frogger or my favorite getting people together for a protest. You get emails from other people that do the same mind numbing tasks as you which can be amusing at times. A game you should pick up if you have a lot of free time on your hands(ie travel, shift-workers, or Chicago Cubs Championship Party Planner.) Essential for military deployments.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Megan Kutchman on January 10, 2009
It's horrible! The graphics are so ugly they're hard to look at. The games are mind-numbing. It's symbolic of life - working at a job you don't enjoy just to get a meager paycheck.

But, as other reviewers have said, it's strangely addicting and hard to put down. If you're looking to kill time, this'll do it. But since that's kind of the point of most video games, you could probably get a prettier, more enjoyable game for the same price.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By nameo on December 28, 2009
This game feels like it was made as a joke. Every aspect seems like they made it that way to be funny.
It's pretty much work except you spent $10 to do it. It has around 16 mini-games that you unlock by pure chance and all of them are repetitive work thats sole challenge is "How long can you do this before you get bored?" with a random change every so often so you can't just rig a machine to automatically play it for you.

You play games as exciting as!:

Putting caps on pens! Push X to put the cap on and O to move to the next pen! But don't just mash buttons because sometime you'll get an upside down pen you'll need to flip over by pushing down! It goes until you decide to quit, you don't even lose for messing up you just don't make your 3 cents for that pen.

Sorting Chicks!: Push X to push female chicks in the female box, O to put male chicks in the male box, And Triangle to put dead chicks in the dead box! Push Right to move on to the next chick! Goes on for 10 minutes.

Chopping wood!: Push X to break the log and go on to the next one! But don't mash because sometime it will be a rabbit that you don't want to cut!

Simon: It's Simon, push the buttons in the order it gives them to you.

There are some games that are some games that aren't actually that repetitive but they don't make you much money. Theres a reason the game refers to the Mini-games as "Jobs" because that's what they feel like, work.

The money you earn is in very minuscule amounts. Most games earn an average of 63 cents, $4 if you do REALLY well and play for an hour.
The only place to spend money is at the vending machine. This is how you unlock things.
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