Sir Whoopass Immortal Death Review (Steam)

For our Sir Whoopass Immortal Death Review where we Meet Sir Whoopass, the hero from the small indie studio Atomic Elbow, who due to a series of hilarious and poor life choices manages to bring chaos and disarray to a utopian world. He must find The Legendary Villain-Beating Artifact™ to vanquish The Immortal!

Sir Whoopass Immortal Death Review Pros:

  • Decent graphics.
  • Download size.
  • Steam achievements.
  • Controller support.
  • Graphics settings – resolution, v-sync, Windows mode, graphics preset, render scale, brightness, a field of view slider, motion blur, chromatic aberration, shadows, shadow distance, vegetation distance, ambient occlusion, screen-space reflections, volumetric lighting, environmental quality, and texture quality.
  • Four difficulties – Easy, normal, hard, and nightmare.
  • Can edit controls for both keyboard and controller buttons.
  • Aim assist setting – none, normal, a fair amount, and aimbot.exe.
  • Visual settings – Ui scale slider, enable crosshair, Hud on/off, auto continue loading screens.
  • Controller settings – Haptic Feedback, and Invert Y axis for the camera.
  • In-game cutscenes.
  • Fast forward cutscenes.
  • 3rd person action-adventure gameplay.
  • Lucy is your sidekick skull who can show hidden objects and mechanisms.
  • Dark Souls style combat with learning patterns and blocking and countering.
  • Satisfying loot drops from the explosion of the event to the way you collect it.
  • Excellent voice work.
  • Full of humor.
  • Contains a lot of nods to other games.
  • Save and load when you want from the menu.
  • Garden gnomes replenish health.
  • Amethyst shards are used to buy heavy weapons from a blacksmith.
  • Quick select radials for weapons.
  • The Gnomes gimmick is cool, they run away when released and you eat them, blood and screams and all.
  • Funny items from propeller hats to cans of Whoopass.
  • Earn EXP and level up, choose one of four stats each time – strength, agility, luck, and protection.
  • Pimp my protagonist is where you buy a new outfit including parodies of Transformers, oh, and a Gimp suit.
  • Blacksmiths let you buy new gear.
  • Vending machines for healing items.
  • Hit animals to get drops like eggs from chickens and milk from cows.
  • Breaks the fourth wall and is very self-aware.
  • Play how you want.
  • Enemies will have a level next to their health.
  • Many enemy types.
  • You get throwable weapons.
  • It’s a massive parody experience.
  • So much fun to play.
  • Certain weapons can break certain parts of the world.
  • Many secrets to find and collect.
  • A lot of currency to collect from enemies and chests.
  • Many optional side quests.
  • Main quest lines are generally checklists with objective markers and tick-offs.
  • Get chased down randomly by an IRS (immortal revenue service) agent and pay your taxes or fight them.
  • The world is fascinating as it combines medieval and modern facilities.
  • Day and night cycle.
  • WHOOPASS is a special move you build up with attacking enemies.
  • Many puzzle games from Simon say to slide puzzles.
  • Happy coin machines give loot but can also take your life.
  • It’s just funny seeing gnomes running around screaming.
  • Adds variety with arena battles, stealth sections, and platforming.

Sir Whoopass Immortal Death Review Cons:

  • No benchmark graphics test.
  • The control stick is used as a mouse and cursor which is clunky.
  • Tutorial pop-ups are far and few between.
  • Getting hit makes the screen go great and it’s really disorientating.
  • So many currencies.
  • Performance can be a bit up and down.
  • Bad checkpointing.
  • At times you can interact with things through the walls.
  • The loading upon respawn.
  • Combat takes some time to get used to, early on shield bearers are assholes.
  • Creates many autosave entries.
  • Can be hard to immediately see which marker is for the main or the side quests.
  • All menu navigation with the controller is bad.
  • Loading an area kinda pops in abruptly.

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Sir Whoopass Immortal Death:

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Developer: Atomic Elbow

Publisher: Atomic Elbow

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  • 8/10
    Graphics - 8/10
  • 7/10
    Sound - 7/10
  • 8/10
    Accessibility - 8/10
  • 8/10
    Length - 8/10
  • 9/10
    Fun Factor - 9/10


Sir Whoopass Immortal Death is a fantastic game full of humor and charm but also compelling gameplay. The game takes the mick out of games past whilst also sprinkling in some modern digs. The combat is mashy but fun, the puzzles are short and clever but the world is the true standout, vast and full of secrets and the best part is you can freely roam every inch of it! I fell in love with the game instantly as it got right into it with no faff, the general flow whilst a bit stilted in places, was such that I could maybe not always find my objective but I could find my own fun. Anyone and everyone can get fun out of the game due to the comical atmosphere. Sir Whoopass Immortal Death is a surprise everyone should try.

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!