As disclosure, I was provided a review copy, but my positive feelings are genuine.
First, let me say this review is positive, but let me get out of the way the criticisms I do have, and early examples.
The first, is the occasional typo'd and confusing writing, such as the spell pool bonus text on the Brains stat on page 8. "Gains you learn".
Second, and this is more of a personal nitpick, the pdf is too high quality to the point it stutters on my laptop and wont even load on my kindle paperwhite, and locks it until i restart it.
Then, as for things that I don't take issue with but some might, You may be able to tell by looking at it, but this game is hyper 80's-90's cheese and sleaze, and the language used in the writing is very conversational and meant to emulate this manner of speech. I personally love this.
As well, the game has idiosyncratic ways about talking about certain topics and words, but again, tbid ties into the theme.
Now, as for what I love, and I'm sure many others will. The aesthetic is top notch. The pages are busy with artwork and quips and stylized titles and text. It reminds me of a mix of both and old thrash metal album and a modern old school thrash metal album cover. It feels as well like a blend of 80's and 90's fantasy sunday morning cartoons bled with a gory, schlocky(and I mean this with love) Troma film.
The mechanics are very straightforward, being based off of B/X afterall, but makes some tweaks I like, like class specific ability scores, small tweaks here and there, an improved presentation of mechanics and rules, hairstyles, a hacking system, psychic powers, very fun Race-Classes, goofy interpretations of old classes, specialized crit and fumble tables, and slightly tweaked combat.
Though there are some flaws, and some things that could be off putting for others, It truly shines as both an OSR game, and as a game unto itself.