The game's underlying systems are also solid. Class Pins can be collected along the way and assigned to each party member, providing a welcome degree of party customization. The different class-types are also quite odd and fun to use. Though some classes--like 'Brute' (physical) and 'Elemenstor' (elemental magic) class--are fairly self-explanatory, other classes like Gentleman, Hobo, Slacker, Crabomancer, Dinosorcerer, Delusionist are quite fun (and funny) to play with. Each class' abilities expands when leveling up, and exploring each one's newfound abilities is pretty darned entertaining. As with the story though, I'm hesitant to spoil much more, because they're both elements that are a much more entertaining to discover for one's self.
The game does end a bit abruptly, but the ride to get there is full of laughs and strategy. Not surprisingly, the game also leaves things open for the fourth and final planned installment of the series--which Zeboyd Games will also helm. An iOS version and an Android version of part 3 are also in the works, which I expect will play a lot like the recent iOS port of Cthulhu Saves the World, since the presentation and structure of the two are strikingly similar.
Fans of Penny Arcade humor, Zeboyd's previous games, and/or old-school RPGs should definitely check out Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness 3. It's a well written comedy with some interesting combat scenarios, and while it won't win any 'flashiest game' awards, I enjoyed the romp it provides enough to look forward to the final chapter.
Enemies in RSPoD 3 range from ridiculous to uber-ridiculous.