What is it?
Clunky and confusing though it may be, Harvester still has charm. Its special effects may look a bit ugly, but the game really pushed beyond the boundaries of taste in order to make biting comments on things like violence in the media, American ideals, censorship, and so on. While dialogue is plentiful, almost to the point where a casual chat can feel like a soliloquy, you can expect some funny quips and disturbing events that take place in the game.
The second half is where things go a bit downhill, as some of the commentary feels a bit shoe-horned as you explore numerous rooms that either feature some easier-than-before puzzles, or a few enemies. Such a shame that fighting in Harvester results in little more than flailing your weapon around until the baddie falls over.
Harvester is a bizarre, unique title that’s weighed down with a handful of irritable flaws. However, it’s definitely worth playing at least once.