I also love games that 'mock' cliches!
I do too, to a point, and only because satire usually becomes the last haven for ideas when they become cliche. I tried to watch a movie last night on Netflix called "The Double" with Richard Gere and Martin Sheen, and I turned it off about ten minutes in because it was just one huge CIA-thriller-movie cliché after another. I thought to myself, "Man, this would be so much better if it was a comedy." But it wasn't, it was real and it had Topher Grace in it.
The irony there, however, is that satire can also wear out its welcome. That's what happened with National Lampoon, and everything the Zucker brothers have done since the first Airplane
, and likewise for the Wayans family since I'm Gonna Git You Sucka!
and Don't Be a Menace in South Central While Drinkin' Your Juice In The Hood
. (And a lot of people liked White Chicks
, too, but I never could stand it.)