Mortal Kombat 11
MK11 step aside, MKX goat. I played for 184 hours just to realize MKX is better, and MKX is way more affordable. If you want to try it, sure but it’s not worth it, maybe the graphic is good but the gameplay and mechanics are bad. Thank you for your time.
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first ill start with cons:
i don’t like how they changed kombo breaker, made the game feel slower, gave higher advantage to zoners, there are less combos and they added custom variations which can be fun but complicated for the new players.
visually i don’t like character design choices, some armors look like they’re made out of plastic, character faces are much less attractive, and every female character magically lost all the thickness since the previous games.
new gameplay mechanics, flawless blocking and counter attacking which demands more skill from the player, krushing blows, fatal blows, lot more skins, towers of time. MK11 is more complex compared to the previous games in the series which in my opinion is a good thing. aside from some character designs, visually game is beautiful and well optimized.
I cant stop. Playing. Making maps. Playing those maps. Changing something about said map. Playing again. There isnt much here currently, but for 6.99 cad you cant go wrong. Tons of maps most of them usermade on the workshop but there are some really well done maps and ideas on there that will keep the wave based gameplay from getting stale. Hopefully one day we get guns. So i can spam all of the maps ive made with them and make a melony mess.
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You’d be surprised but for a zombie type game this is fairly original.
Let me explain.
Most zombie games would throw guns at you, and to get weapons you have to pay for them.
In this game you have melee weapons and to find them you need to search around the map, or find them from random generation.
Bugs are noticeable but not outright making the game unplayable. These bugs I often notice playing with friends and can be annoying, but Early Access game is gonna Early Access game.
Mortal Kombat X
good story line and everything like mortal kombat x more then 11 cuz reptil is in this one lol so yeah just buy it 4head
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I love hearing Scorpion make angry noises and yelling at the opponent every time I’m doing a combo.
Paint the Town Red
Paint the Town Red is a medium-paced bar fighting game with a large variety of weapons and enemies now and here to come. It still needs a bit of optimization, but the devs assure us that the game will be optimized as the game progresses (And updates.)
The enemies are completely destructible. You could dissolve someone if you have enough time and the weapon doesn’t break. All the voxels on the enemies have different properties, with bone being the strongest natural voxel and skin being the weakest. (You will be able to damage Riot Helmets later on, but those aren’t natural.) Additional fact, is that if a enemy’s brain is damaged in anyway, they will instantly die, if they don’t, its a bug.
Punch the square people. Do it. Punch them.
A great sandbox fighter game with a lot of options to play and replay various scenarios and workshop access, allowing for a near infinite supply of content.
The game also has a rogue-like dungeon crawler on top of all the sandbox fun that initially existed, adding what is the value of basically a second game of a different genre, with similar mechanics, on top, for absolutely free (That’s what I feel about it, as I bought the game in early access, wayyy before Beneath was even on the table). Beneath is a great dungeon crawler, with many different levels, mechanics and upgrades to take you through the different bosses of the game, most of them with their very own environment and even full levels with new enemies, just to build up to another boss fight.
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.
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 🍺👊 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.
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.
- Silly and good for a laugh* Charming art style
- 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
Runic Rampage - Action RPG
As I always start my reviews, play the game in English and don’t watch the translations. The Italian one is awful like every other one, so let’s stick with English.
This one is an action RPG with good graphics - I love them, 3D and with a view from above which allows you to see enemies and everything that surrounds you, since the fights are those of a hack ‘n’ slash and you don’t have a party, but a single dwarf XD.
Price is quite high (7€) so, get it on sale if you manage to!
The gameplay is really great and 100% joypad supported, so you have lots of combos, lots of equipment upgrades and most of all you’ll never have to deal with many sidequests or paths.. it’s a straightforward game with levels and bosses of increasing difficulty (never too hard, actually) and for a game like this to me it’s really good!
I’ve put in only an hour and a half into the game, so take this review as an estimate of what you’ll feel like after that amount of time:
There isn’t a ton of storyline to this, but there’s some. You’re a dwarf fighting to find your lost brothers and (I assume) become the hero your father wanted you to be. You have to conquer four Acts, each broken up into three chapters, each of which has three maps - except for the last, which contains a boss fight. You collect gold, which seems to accrue across death (ie. no gold loss upon getting squished). You also pickup single-use powerups as well as temporary bonuses from single use statues. Finally, you also get skill points, with which to level attributes (str, agility, defense and greed)
I bought this game with my money
I played it all night long
I like the knights I like the swords
I like the nice bard’s song
You choose your knight and their colour
It does not matter which
You fight a bunch of other knights
You scratch you knightly itch
I recommend this awesome game
To live the knighlty life
I played it single player and
I played it with my wife
Endless Knight is a unique little fighting game with a great sense of humour. If you fancy a real challenge then this game is for you. The combat is tight and focused on accurate blocking and countering. One hit can kill or leave you missing a limb - but importantly, still in the fight. Don’t expect to get away with button bashing, you need to time your strikes and pick them wisely. Endless Knight is a must buy for fighting game fans that want to try something a little different.
Love this game! It is very reminiscent of Tower Fall and its follow up Towerfall Ascencion. Well, at least in its core gameplay. It mixes things up by giving you several game modes. My favorite mode is the one in which you must kill and escape from a portal before everyone else, which is this games primary mode. I wish there were more characters, but the ones that are available are pretty innovative and each have their use case. I love getting together with my friends and playing this on my tv, I have more than enough controllers to go around so everyone gets to play. Matches get pretty intense and the visual style and over the top gore and action really make you have a good time. I hope there is some sort of DLC planned or something because I would love to see more game modes and more characters.
I played many local multiplayer games in steam (roof rage 8 players, gang beasts 8 players, serious sam bogus detour, shinobi bad buddies, broforce, duck game, etc…), and this game is definitely at the top!!! It would be more awesome if it supported more than 4 players locally (perhaps 6 players?)
Sticking to my 5 pros and 5 cons, this will be as unbias as possible.
1. Very addicting
2. 2 maps for when one gets boring or dry. You can get in an intense street fight, or a chaotic battle in the forest.
3. Keeps count of every wolf killed. You can compare and compete with your friends.
4. Respectful developer and he engages with the community. This is one of the most important things.
5. Always being worked on. This game will have plenty of new addons in the future, and many things will change. This keeps the experience fresh and it keeps you busy.
Oh my god, this game is too perfect.
You’re a martial arts, Jedi back-flipping ninja-esque Chuck Norris badass pig. That sums it up pretty well. You fight waves of weapon-wielding-wolves, all out for your blood. Why? Who knows? Who cares? All you need to know is that only one can survive. And that’s you because you’re a ninja pig.
The game never gets boring, really. I’ve played 16 hours so far and I haven’t gotten bored. Iron Snout + Star Wars soundtrack = win. Not only that, it’s so easy to pick up. The art style is both cute and amazingly badass. Also, I can introduce my little bro to it with the Kid-Friendly setting. The developer needs a high-five and someone needs to shout them a coffee. Actually, I’ll do it. I love this game.