High on Life review - Failure to squanch
Sometimes, you can find an odd amount of enjoyment in the things that used to make you laugh as a kid. Juvenile humour is often at its best when it serves a point and has clarity. This is what makes those 20 minutes bursts of Rick and Morty work - It is over the top and sincerely childish but uses it as a framework to talk about much more. High on Life tries so much of the same material but rarely captures the brevity and heart it begs you to find.
It's a game with meta-depth, from inside jokes