It's a great demo with a fantastic concept and art style, but the controls needs a lot of work if the game gets a full release.
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I'm aware of the cranberry stereotypes, and I knew that the review was humorous and made jokes about the game, but if you read to the end the author did say that he liked the game and that he though it was better in depicting the war than several other games and movies.
And I admit the game have exaggerations for the sake of comedy, but it was never meant to have an anti-communist message, and the entire story revolves around the commissar overcoming his flaws and doing a heroic sacrifice and making the player sympathize with him in the end.
Commissar's Contrapasso is a darkly humorous adventure game about a Soviet officer getting stuck behind enemy lines during the second world war. Weather or not he makes it out alive depends on you.
The game features hand drawn graphics, fully animated cutscenes and about an hour of playtime.