Drunken Fist 2: Zombie Hangover

Drunken Fist 2: Zombie Hangover

A funny and bloody third-person beat’em up about a drunken rocker waking up in a city full of zombies!


  • Fun drunken fighting physics.

  • Blood, gore and destruction of limbs.

  • Spectacular knockouts.

  • Different enemies with unique behavior.

  • A big city in the setting of a zombie apocalypse.

  • Heavy aggressive rock music.

  • A funny story of the protagonist.

  • Tons of fun and brutality.

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Drunken Fist 2: Zombie Hangover on Steam



Sheesh, where do I even start a review on this?

When you haven’t played it, or seen someone play it (or even if you have seen it), it doesn’t look like a whole lot. Fight some guys, spray some blood, maybe slice off an arm or two, get beaned in the noggin and pass the Vive to Jeff.

Ho ho ho, no no no. I don’t know what it is about this game, but there is always something to do. There’s always a new way to fight, a new way to approach the battle, and a new experience to be had. It’s a single arena (there are now three arenas, a small one, a large one, and a night variant for the small one) and you fight an (unending, if you want) army of identical muscle-bound gladiators who constantly smile like they’re strangely aroused and talk smack while a giant metal fist is hurdling at their squishy, unprotected flesh. You know what they say about judging a book by it’s cover– Well, I guess that doesn’t really apply here because it’s not a book and doesn’t really have a cover but you get the jist. If it was a book, the words on the pages would change every time you read it, and still be equally as exciting.

Real player with 179.6 hrs in game

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I bought this game thinking the “I punched a hole in my window/TV/Monitor/Wife” thing was a meme. It’s not. As of playing, I have had to clean my floor of broken glass twice, and we now evacuate the play area of all life before starting.

I know what you’re thinking: “I won’t flail around like a moron”

No. Even with swift, conservative strikes, I only managed to somehow pinpoint hit my drinking glass twice.

“I will stand with my back to one side and throw my strikes to the open end of my play area”

Real player with 37.1 hrs in game

GORN on Steam



To be honest this game is definitely not for everyone. If you would like to get into this game you have to spend a lot of time raising your understanding. The reason why I recommend it though is because it is actually a decent game. Probably 80% of beginners will stop playing before they get past black belt just because they feel very restrained by what they can do. In some ways this is true, but the limit to what you can do is many, many times greater than what people (beginners) think. Watching the Tori Legends as you first open the game can make you feel discouraged as you can’t even do a flip properly. It can takes YEARS in some cases to polish your skills to that level, and even then you may still not be able to do as good as you hoped because this game really depends on the mindset of the player. The physics of this game are difficult to understand and get use to. At moments you feel that you’re flying way to high to do your tricking/sparring or that your body just got 20x heavier and stopped half way through a flip. You need to understand every little effect that each joint does. People (beginners) really underestimate most of the joints just because they are not skilled/experienced enough to use them properly. This is what changes the effect of your physics and understanding of situations. Suddenly your flips and and hand spring landings are getting smoother, faster, and lower to the ground. Your vision of how you see your joints and shadow are completely overhauled. Your arsenal of moves are multiplied to an unimaginable number. You see improved and more efficient ways of overcoming a landing or counter that didn’t seem possible when you first started. Eventually you steadily become a pro at visualizing foreshadows, predictions, and problem solving. You never really realize how much you improve because it almost always felt with you.

Real player with 2593.8 hrs in game

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Let me get right to the point and say I love this game. When I first started out about a year ago I felt like a toddler learning to walk, and I admit, it was a bit frustrating. Then I turned to Youtube. I learned a few basic aikido and judo (two different mods/game modes in the game) opening moves and from there my results sky-rocketted. I was flooring noobs left and right until I got to the intermediate level where (most) every player had a rudimentary understanding of how to move in the game then it was fairly evenly matched and I quickly got over myself.

Real player with 1099.4 hrs in game

Toribash on Steam

Drunken Fist 🍺👊 Totally Accurate Beat ‘em up

Drunken Fist 🍺👊 Totally Accurate Beat ‘em up

I mainly recommend this game because it’s very cheap and it’s a very unique fun concept with the physics based fighting. More games should use proper physics. There is a sufficient amount of different moves to make it rather interesting. (although I’d add a few more)

However I think it’s far from desirable. It feels unpolished / unfinished with many features, such as key rebinding and level select are missing on release.

I also don’t like the “drunken” part. Sure, it’s advertised in the title, but in practice it means that the game is hard to control and clunky. While some could consider the result funny, I can only think of it as frustrating, as things often don’t work as I expect.

Real player with 8.7 hrs in game

Tl;dr: Drunken Fist is a silly game that needs a lot of work. It feels like an Early Access title, but it’s being sold as a finished product.

The Good

  • Silly and good for a laugh* Charming art style

The Bad

  • Priced a bit higher than it should be for the quality/amount of content ($2 - $3 seems more reasonable)* Controls aren’t always responsive* Lacks something as basic as the ability to exit the game from the main menu* Player character can get stuck inside the scenery

Real player with 2.9 hrs in game

Drunken Fist 🍺👊 Totally Accurate Beat 'em up on Steam

Drunken Wrestlers 2

Drunken Wrestlers 2

To be honest when I first saw this game I ignored it but After a while when I was looking for FTP games I found this again and decided to give it a try with some of my friends and boy did I have a blast I’ve been playing it for a while now and this game is a great way to just sit back and enjoy a fighting game rather than having to go full try hard but not just that it’s also great to play with friends especially if you want to take your anger out on them by beating the crap out of them it’s honestly really fun and people should try it out more

Real player with 117.6 hrs in game

You ignorant children whining about the bugs are spoiled little brats…… its a beta people…. bound to have bugs and will…. OUR job is to help by letting them know so they can fix it quick and move forward with content or whatever…… you ignorant children are giving negative reviews for no reason in my opinion. I spotted two bugs …. sent it in to the devs within an hour it was adjusted and or fixed. So learn to do reviews properly and with dignity, because you look foolish. GREAT GAME SO FAR DEVS KEEP IT UP!

Real player with 53.9 hrs in game

Drunken Wrestlers 2 on Steam

Fighting Clans

Fighting Clans

Experienced on the Oculus Rift and Windows Mixed Reality

Please note: I received a free Steam key through the Steam Curator Connect program.

You can view my review & gameplay here: https://youtu.be/7pnYfGWfKu8

This was a very tough call for me on whether to recommend it or not. At the end of the day, I decided there just wasn’t enough here to recommend the game. It’s not a bad game. It’s nice for what it is. This is a very simple arcade street fighter for VR where you can punch, kick (via button push), dodge, or block.

Real player with 1.8 hrs in game

UPD: the game was hugely improved with latest update, but it’s still not good enough to recommend. I crossed out fixed problem from the cons list.

Fighting Clans rcadey VR brawler with few glaring issues.


  • With all its flaws, the gameplay is still fun: the game does boxing way better than Creed. Hitboxes are more or less appropriate, overall combat feels almost as good as in Virtual Fighter Championship(which is not great, but serviceable)


  • In-game hands are extremely bad. They not aligned with real life on Oculus Touch and have very limited reach, that makes hooks real pain in the ass. Also the stance is weird: character’s elbows are spread very wide, so they don’t seem to protect the body at all

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

Fighting Clans on Steam