WWE 2K19

WWE 2K19


In comparison to the other WWE 2K games available on Steam, 2K19 is the “best” out of the bunch, though that isn’t a very high standard. The game has a large roster of current, past, and legend superstars to play as. You can expect bugs and crashes sprinkled here and there that can potentially ruin your experience (e.g. crash during character creation and losing all progress). If you want to play a wrestling game on PC, your best bets are either WWE 2K19 or Fire Pro Wrestling World. Also, we don’t talk about WWE 2K20.

Real player with 846.0 hrs in game

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Do not buy this game. Oh, it’s on sale? It’s still not worth it. Specifically if you enjoy creating content in-game. The video editor crashes frequently, royal rumbles crash more often than not halfway through. Changes you make to characters don’t save. Audio tracks fail to load. Custom Arena settings don’t work. Music will play over itself during cut-scenes. Created content fails to save correctly and will corrupt your entire save file. The game will crash at a load screens and corrupt your save file. Deleting content will corrupt your save file. I spent over 200 hours creating content for this game. Lost it all because I attempted to copy a created MITB briefcase, which crashed the game and corrupted my save. Had to start over from scratch. Maybe a month later attempted to save a created video. It went through the saving process but stayed in the video editor. I exit out to desktop and the preview is listed as empty. Close the game, reload, everything is gone again. This happened on two different gaming PCs, both which have a GTX 1080. Oh but there’s a BIG HEAD mode now…………….. cool.

Real player with 573.6 hrs in game

WWE 2K19 on Steam

Gachi Dungeon Master

Gachi Dungeon Master

i use this so i can remote play pirated coop games using steam

Real player with 7.3 hrs in game

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An interesting enough game about strong male friendship, about real men and how to spend your free time

Real player with 2.4 hrs in game

Gachi Dungeon Master on Steam

Wrestling Cardboard Championship

Wrestling Cardboard Championship

A game experience inspired by wrestling, making use of simulated physics, cardboard boxes with unique skills and movements, fight in large arenas based on arenas that have marked wrestling, such as Madison Square Garden, Arena México and Tokyo Dome.

A new wrestling company has been born, offering a unique show around the world, different fighting styles and extremely skilled fighters ready to give it their all in the ring. The Wrestling Cardboard Championship gives all kinds of cardboard boxes the opportunity to show that they are the strongest and that they have the talent to entertain the people.

Experience different game modes for up to 4 players: 1 vs 1, 2 vs 2, 3 vs 1 and All vs All

Single player mode or up to 2 players, choose your favorite box and face the entire WCC roster in 1 vs 1 or 2 vs 2 matches depending on the modality and show who is the king.

The Normal Box is in its last days of useful life, after knowing what its cruel destiny would be, being crushed and recycled, it decides to change it for wrestling, arriving at the WCC in search of an opportunity and showing that his passion can take him to the top, although you will soon realize that being a professional wrestler is not an easy thing.

12 unique boxes with varied fighting styles, inspired by well-known brands and professional wrestlers. Each Box has its own theme song and its own personality. (Adding more post-launch boxes via DLC).

Inspired by real settings such as Madison Square Garden, Hammerstein Ballroom, Arena Mexico and Tokyo Dome. (Adding more post launch scenarios via DLC)

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Wrestling Cardboard Championship on Steam

Guacamelee! 2

Guacamelee! 2

I was first introduced to the series via Guacamelee: Super Turbo Championship Edition. I played that game with a friend, and I’m pretty sure we finished it in a couple of Saturday afternoons. This game I finished alone in about the same amount of time.

Pretty much everything from that game makes an appearance in the sequel, save for the ‘Intenso’ mechanic. That’s a good thing, because Intenso trivialized most of the combat. Removing that puts the focus back on the ‘combat puzzle’ again.

Combat in this game is as fun as the first. The simple beat’m’up combos are just varied enough to be interesting, without getting overwhelming. The excellent wrinkle this time is that you’re now just as capable in chicken form (perhaps more so) as you are in human form. This leads to more fun twists on fights, switching between the two forms as appropriate, watching that combo meter climb up. I feel like there are more boxed-in arenas in which the combat is used, too. That’s good and bad. More combat is fun, but it did start to feel like it was just padding out the game toward the end, with similar arenas popping up.

Real player with 92.2 hrs in game

The Short and Sweet

Guacamelee! 2 is, obviously, the sequel to Guacamelee!, both of which are 2D beat-em-up platforming games with a heavy focus on combos. Unlike some other sequels that can stand on their own, Guacamelee! 2 is heavily attached to the previous game in its story, and it relies on that connection to avoid having to reestablish characters that played prominent roles in the last title. I would recommend any prospective players take a look at the original Guacamelee! before considering this sequel, or even this review.

Real player with 27.7 hrs in game

Guacamelee! 2 on Steam

Little Fighters on Stream

Little Fighters on Stream

Hectic and chaotic; wishing there were a few more game modes though for increased viewer participation! BUT it’s on the right path for sure :)

Real player with 4.8 hrs in game

Little Fighters on Stream on Steam

Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition

Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition

The Short and Sweet

Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition is a hybrid beat-em-up / Metroidvania game based on Mexican culture, with a large emphasis on combo-based combat, intelligent approach, and platforming. The story revolves around a farmer named Juan, who is killed by the main antagonist while attempting to save his friend, only to come back possessing the power of a magical mask, which turns him into a powerful Luchador intent on punching, suplexing and bodyslamming his way to victory.

Real player with 56.4 hrs in game

A great mexican themed Metroidvania.

Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition is a revised version of the original Guacamelee Gold Edition, featuring new content. the game is a Metroidvania where the main focus is platforming with enemies to take out all set in a Mexican styled world. For my very first Metroidvania it was a wonderful experience with good gameplay and solid combat mechanics and plenty of extras.

Gameplay, Guacamelee’s gameplay is simple but solid featuring basic platforming with a extensive move set that you use both for platforming and combat. It is very easy to get used to Juan’s (Main Character) jump arc and be able to land jumps. Plus along the way you moves will increase so you can pull off some awesome combos. Speaking of combos, Guacamelee’s combat is also a major portion of the game, encouraging you to build large combos with a variety of moves. as such with extensive combat, there are enemies galore with many different ways of combat and different ways to deal with them. Dodging from attacks is very crucial to survive.

Real player with 33.9 hrs in game

Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition on Steam

Circle of Sumo: Online Rumble!

Circle of Sumo: Online Rumble!

In short it’s really fun!

The controls are simple yet complex at the same time due to many strategies you can apply against your opponent/opponents. It reminds me a little bit of Mound and Blade multiplayer in that sense.

The game also has a simple yet imersing ranking system which adds to a competitive aspect to the game.

Also as a sidenote developers seem like really nice people from what I’ve seen on their discord.

Real player with 37.4 hrs in game

A super-fun multiplayer game, easy to learn but more tactical than it seems at a first glance. E.g. positioning is crucial (especially in FFA) and sometimes you can get away with a win even not touching anyone :D

You know a multiplayer game is good when you can see different players employing different tactics in order to be the last wrestler standing.

BY ALL MEANS at least try the free version: even that ensures hours of fun!

Netcode looked solid to me. Animations are very good and the action is always clear to follow (albeith a bit chaotic in FFA).

Real player with 31.7 hrs in game

Circle of Sumo: Online Rumble! on Steam