Will those darn Gummi Bears ever learn? When you steal the wallet of the angry minotaur that's already crushed your comrades once before, there will be a reckoning... a sugary, candy-coated reckoning. It's Burrito Bison Revenge, an action launch game from Juicy Beast.
It's a very fun way to past the time, though it does run into the dilemma most games of the launch genre do when attempting a sequel: how do you innovate when constricted by the expectations of the premise? Juicy Beast does all the right things... refines the gameplay, quickens the pace, adds a number of new enemies, mechanics, and achievements, but it still feels more like "Burrito Bison 1.5" rather than "2". Of course, that's not a bad thing. Like its predecessor, the game is never content to let you sit back and get bored while waiting for the minotaur to lose momentum and hit the ground. There are always body slams to time correctly, cars to hijack and rocket-ships to pilot. This definitely mollifies the repetition of grinding for upgrade cash. Launch after launch, Burrito Bison Revenge keeps the wackiness going and the entertainment flowing.