Released: Mar 01st, 2002
Company: New Machine Publishing
Cast: Tiffany Towers, Seymore Butts, Kim Kataine, Asia Carerra, Jordan McKnight, Vanessa Chase, Felecia, Shane (I)
Critical Rating: AAAA 1/2
This three-disc DVD interactive game stars Shane, Asia Carerra, Felecia, Mikayla, Vanessa Chase, Tiffany Towers, Kim Kataine, Jordan McKnight and of course, Seymore Butts. The object of the game is to get Butts to Canada to see Shane, the girl of his dreams. He doesn't have enough money to pay for the flight so it's up to the player to get Butts to Canada, while trying to keeping him out of trouble. Butts will use his looks, charm and camera to meet women and set them up with his friends, who in turn will pay him for the service. If the player plays the game well then he'll get to see lots of hardcore action on the way to Canada as well as Shane and Butts' reunion. But if the player doesn't do well then Butts will end up lonely and will grow sick. During the adventure the screen switches into SeymoreCam called the "Buttasonic." It basically looks like a computer monitor with knobs. Once that comes on it signals that decisions will need to be made soon. That decision determines what Butts will do next. The Buttasonic gives the option of checking on Butts' money and health status and gives hints from Shane on what to do. Once the player makes it through the first disc a code is needed to begin the second and the third. This code is given to the player at the end of the disc to transfer the score and Butts' information on to the next disc. It doesn't work unless the player has the proper code number.
The discs also has a few extras such as bonus scenes, outtakes and on screen instructions on how to play the game. However, in order to get to the bonus scenes or to skip through the game to view just the sex scenes a code is needed. This code can only be found at the New Machine Website, which is also accessible on the disc. Once again, it will not work unless the proper code is entered on the onscreen number pad. Despite that drawback, the good news is that it's playable on Playstation 2 and X-Box.
The quality of these discs is just above average. The picture has some moire, pixelation and is a little muddy at times. However, the distortion could be caused by source material.
The different outcomes in this game keep it fresh and fun. Also jam-packed with loads of extras, and the colors are vibrant and true.