The first impression speaks a lot, and Drunken master You will be billed as “Totally Accurate Beat-Em Up”. Of course, this should not be taken seriously. However, while I’ve been writing TheXbox Hub for a little over two years, I can comfortably say that this is the worst game I’ve played, so I won’t add tension here. In fact, this is probably the worst game I’ve ever played.
I don’t know if Drunken Fist is a game or a horrifying attempt to simulate being drunk. A quirky camera is enough for everyone to get nauseated, and it makes more sense if it’s not a photographer angled from a third-party perspective, but a drunken character who’s just unstable on his feet. I am. It’s really scary to move. Your drunken character stumbles where he wants, reacts little to your control, and appears to fall on a regular basis. I fully understand that your character is designed to be immobile when you command it, but here you need more control-it’s almost playable.
With Drunken Boxing, you fall a lot and damage your health. Frankly, there is a lazy invisible wall that is used to follow a particular route and prevent you from reaching the next level before defeating the required number of people. For example, at the second “level”, if there is a clear road to move around, blocked by an invisible wall, you will have to go through some gardens. A cop is patrolling the yard and you are supposed to avoid him, but he won’t see you unless you’re in front of him. Due to God’s terrible control, you will probably trip over him, but if you then stumble, he will return to his patrol as if nothing had happened. That’s terrible.
To make matters worse, it’s all blocky and unattractive, with no background away from the street setting. Instead, there are only black voids on the horizon. Laziness.
Some people have problems with games based on you who are fighting with pedestrians while you are drunk. But it’s so ridiculous that it’s almost non-aggressive. mainly.
Once the “pee meter” is full, you should regularly empty your bladder in public. You will probably slip through it, as your enemies do. Not only this, but when you fight, blood splatters. To be honest, it’s not really necessary, and it feels out of place given the comedy feel of the game. As a result, Drunken boxed succeeded in making a crude and semi-violent tone and at the same time remaining unpleasant. And it sounds like quite a few people I’ve met while out in town for years.
The game is divided into “levels”, but in reality they flow directly into each other. This causes a single-player campaign to come across as a long drunken man roaming the streets of the night, starting trouble with various stereotyped social groups (jocks, hipsters, etc.). However, Drunken Boxing is mercifully auto-saved after each level, so you don’t have to do everything again if you die. thank God.
You have a fairly generous amount of health given the fact that you are blindly drunk, but your enemies fall after a few punches. Sometimes your last blow slows down the time and you will say “Oh, yes” with a strangely mismatched voice to the character you are playing, he enjoys violence for some reason. To defeat each stage, you need to defeat a certain number of enemies. You may also need to achieve other goals, such as avoiding police officers or finding items. However, this does not add much to the variety of procedures.
At Drunken Fist, you need to look for food and drink more when you stumble to replenish your health and stay sick. Ragdoll physics fits very well with the drunken state. It also applies to similarly drunken enemies who are all scrapped for some reason. What often follows is not a fight or brawl, but instead two snake-like invertebrates entwined in some strange paralyzed hug.
When you square towards the enemy, you miss many swings you take, even though you swore that you were on target. After all, it feels like a carry-on, and it has very limited control over the character’s behavior. You have an energy meter that wears out as you fight, so you’re a sitting duck while you wait for it to be replenished.
You can also view the roaming list from the main menu or when you press Pause. There are quite a few combinations to try, but in contrast to spamming the same move to get the job done, there is little incentive to bother. In addition to that, there is a hypersensitive camera that feels drunk (loosely controlled with the right thumbstick). Maybe that’s the point.
One redemption factor for Drunken Master Xbox The result is that it gets faster and faster. No special burden is required to unlock these locks. You can get a stack of gamer scores just by playing. However, sticking it out is the result.
Drunken boxes are built on a very thin base, taste bad, and are generally poorly made. It’s an imagination of what a drunken brawl looks like. It’s slow, painful, and especially not everyone enjoys it.
The first impression speaks a lot, and Drunken is billed as a “fully accurate side-scrolling action.” Of course, this should not be taken seriously. However, while I’ve been writing TheXbox Hub for a little over two years, I can comfortably say that this is the worst game I’ve played, so I won’t add tension here. In fact, this is probably the worst game I’ve ever played. I don’t know if Drunken Fist is a game or a horrifying attempt to simulate what it’s like to be drunk. A quirky camera is enough for everyone to get nauseated, and …
Drunken Boxing Review-Shameful Walk
Drunken Boxing Review-Shameful Walk
- The control is terrible
- Looks terrible
- Not terribly funny
- Gameplay is dull and repetitive
- Many thanks for the free copy of the game-eastasiasoft
- Format-Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, PS4, Switch, PC
- Version reviewed-Xbox Series X Xbox One
- Release Date-December 2020
- Price-From £ 6.69