I’ve wanted to play Trover Saves the Universe ever since I first saw it back at E3 2018. But now, I’ve learned that not playing the game might be a better idea.

That’s because when you leave the controller alone, characters in the game will yammer ad-libbed lines back and forth for basically as long as you care to listen — and the dialogue is hilarious.

(Image credit: Squanch Games)

I went hands-on with Trover Saves the Universe at GDC 2019 in San Francisco, and while I’d seen a lot of the content before, I got to hear a lot of it for the first time. That’s because while the game will take somewhere between 10 and 15 hours to complete, there’s almost twice that much recorded dialogue. If you’re a fan of Rick and Morty, you won’t be surprised to learn why.

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