For most players this meant starting all over again.
When Gog games put Noctropolis on its catalogue, a few months after Steam, but I tend to ignore that site for reasons unknown, I checked some reviews and they all more or less agree that Noctropolis was a failed attempt in creating a game for adults despite promising a healthy portion of sex, violence and horror.
Simply having an off-sounding premise doesn't immediately qualify for this trope, as sometimes a movie inspired by 1930's pulp space adventures or psychedelic rock with horror themes ends up being wildly successful anyway. Associated tropes and genres include: Compare Germans Love David Hasselhoff when a work winds up much more popular in another country due to differences in tastes and Values Resonance.
When the alienated audience is in another country, it's Americans Hate Tingle. Public Medium Ignorance is works which suffer from a strong tendency to be audience alienating.
Could also overlap with Necessary Weasel, and Anthropic Principle.
Immediately after that a 'Twin Peaks' kid offers the man a package that catapults him into the world of his favourite comic strip, where he takes the role of Darksheer.
Darksheer is a cheap Batman clone and all villains he will have to fight look like Aldi versions of Gotham city crooks.
These negative reviews made me want to check it out, because sometimes things are so bad they actually become camp or cult, like William Shatner's Tek War novels, for instance. A broke bookseller, Peter Grey, falls asleep in front of his telly and out of the static noise climbs this female vampire who takes off her clothes and jumps on his neck showing her big white fangs.