WTMG’s Aaron Price: “Despite the completely nonsensical premise, Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion ended up being a lot more fun than I could have ever expected. Granted, the game isnt exactly very long, clocking at about two to three hours to beat, but you can easily extend your playthrough by talking to NPCs and solving their little sidequests. Rewards arent exactly exciting, usually in the form of hats and other cosmetics, but hey, its an incentive nonetheless. All in all, its a fun little diversion where you can pay off your debts while beating up some vegetarians along the way.”

Source: N4G PC Review – Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion (PC) | WayTooManyGames