Who wants to live in space? I do, so you must too!
After a ridiculous menu screen (of course, why wouldn't I want to use D-pad to select from the menu? Of course a floating virtual hand is much better!), I'm introduced to my fuck ugly avatar of the evening, and whilst I cannot give my disastrous space chimp a name, I call him "Glah-Bar" named after the one and only...well, nobody -- nobody is and should be called that.
So, after selecting through the ample amount of clothes (roughly about 4), I head off into the realm of the unknown...the realm of: Atom Universe!
Exactly 10 seconds into spawning into the hub world, I knew I'd made a terrible mistake. This place is awful. It looks bad, Glah-Bar doesn't know anyone, and what's worse, Glah-Bar is dressed in briefs, fingerless gloves, a pearl white mask, butterfly wings and an Elf hat.
He looks like a sexual deviant.
So, I decide to brave the new world order, and set off in search of like-minded space foreigners, and soon enough, I found them.
Now, what I found is actually up for debate, as these...people...seemed to be enjoying themselves. This is surely not right, and so, after showing them just how much of a suave space chimp Glah-Bar is, I decide that these people are not for me.
They just can't handle Glah-Bar.
After throwing down a few moves, I'm instructed by a fellow player to "back off". Quite what this means I don't know, Glah-Bar can only assume that it is space lingo for "sick moves, Glah-Bar!" so I bid them a salute and continue on my way.
I can't believe my luck, just three minutes ago I was a lowly street dancer, now I am a detective.
I continue to search for what the Atom Universe people call "lost property", and I manage to snag three extra items, before having to take a break. Glah-Bar didn't sign up for this, Glah-Bar just wanted the thrills and frills of mingling with space people, who seem to have crash landed on a planet that's just an even blander version of Blackpool.
But, there's no time to question the life of an Atom citizen, and so I continue my quest for "lost property" which brings me to the now-called-kidnapping-and/or-murder-scene.
The ferris wheel. I found another "lost property" here, and I'm sure this is where the murder took place.
Now, you might be wondering what murder? Well, it seems that during Glah-Bars meander around the park, I decided that these are not items of "lost property" but a cry for help of a damsel who has been kidnapped, and she is leaving a trail for someone to come to her aid.
And so, I begin using my new found detective skills to solve the murder I just made up.