Every stunt has a cash goal that you must reach, though you also have to check off a "wishlist" of crazy stunts that must be performed while doing the stunt. One game has Steve-O rolling down a hill in a trash can. As you roll your way down the hill, you'll have to guide the can under a certain number of trucks, hit or steer clear of other objects, or suffer certain injuries. Most of the game's stunts are taken directly from the show and movies, so it you've seen it then it is probably in the game in some form or another... well, at least as far as the game's "T" rating will allow.
Other than stunts, Jackass also features a number of mini-games dubbed, "Wee-Man Games." These games include shooting Johnny Knoxville with a paintball gun as he is strapped to a rotating wheel or eating raw eggs.
Although I've never been that big a fan of the show, I had fun playing the game. Jackass may sound like an odd license, but it seems like the development team has really keyed in on what fans like about the show. Stay tuned for the full review coming later this Fall.