The game comes packaged in a sealed DVD box, containing a humourous manual, registration card and single CD. The game installs without any problems and also installs the level editor (based on the Unreal Tournament engine). The game itself has high quality graphics, including some great facial animations and fire effects.
For the gameplay itself, you play a games programmer who has just been fired, and now has an entire week to run errands for his nagging wife. Highlights include picking up your paycheck, getting Gary Coleman's autograph, and picking up your laundry. You can complete the tasks any way you wish, which means you can complete the game several times in different ways. For example, you can wait in line at the bank to cash your paycheck, you can kill everyone in the line, urinate on the floor to make them run away, or just rob the bank. This gives you great freedom to run around on a killing spree or just play the game like a normal human being. Inevitably, you go on a killing spree, attacking police officers with their own nightsticks, and setting fire to passing dogs with a can of gasoline and some matches.
In general, the game can be lots of fun, but it may not hold your interest for very long and the loading times involved when you are loading up the next segment of level can be a bit of a pain (about 1 minute per level on my 2200 athlon/512mb ram).
This game is great for 15 minutes of fun or just having a laugh with friends trying to find crazy ways of doing missions (we were in stitches with laughter to begin with), but might bore you after a few hours playing.