When I was growing up, party games and local multiplayer fighters were popular titles. I and the boys got together on the weekends, dressed tightly, and started fighting Super Smash Bros. Melee and Tekken until early in the morning. After spending the night fighting for who’s best, Johnny Ude usually became spiritual, grabbed another controller and “winned” himself, pushed him into his sleeping bag and fell asleep for several hours. ..
Lunch A Palaoza managed to skip everything and sent me directly to the land of dreams. Then it’s not great and it would be hard to recommend.
Lunch A Palooza, as the name implies, is a food-centric party fighting game. Control different foods on different food-themed stages and fight against AI-controlled opponents or up to 3 other players. I played mostly with the boy Charlie, but I tried the game in single player. Unfortunately, neither method was interesting.
The idea is that you need to knock your opponent out of the arena until they run out of life. The last standing food is the winner. simple. Or if the game wasn’t too confusing. For one thing, it’s really hard to read what’s happening at any given time – it’s just too cluttered. Secondly, the basic movement was wild, and no matter how much I tried to grab the opponent with the square button, I could never do it. Sometimes I did, but it didn’t make sense. That’s not good.
There are several game modes such as Free for All, Team Match and King of the Hill. There is also a mode to spawn as new food each time you die. To be honest, none of these game modes did it for me, and the latter was quite annoying. Spawning as a new food was confusing because I lost track of who I was and what I was. It wasn’t fun, and even Charlie, a 4-year-old training reviewer, wasn’t impressed with the game, and he was usually very easy to rejoice.
I like the general idea of large food fights and love to see the developers have another crack, but this meal isn’t very tasty so I went back to the kitchen first and the recipe Readjust.
Lunch Palooza PS4 Review
- Overall-bad- 4/10
Lunch A Palooza is a great idea, and sometimes it shows a bit of hope, but overly chaotic screen collisions, erratic controls, and lack of sustainability actually benefit nothing. Hmm. I’d like to see something a little more fleshed out, but for now I’d rather play a pot than play this.
- It looks and works well on PS4 Pro
- Faced food always earns points with me
- Some music is really catchy
- It’s really hard to keep up with what’s happening, so random button mashing and prayers for unidentified entities occur.
- Single player AI is terrible
- Multiplayer AI is terrible
- After playing a few rounds, I’ve seen everything.
- No skills required
Review Disclaimer: This review was performed using a copy of the game provided by the publisher. Read the review policy for more information.
I reviewed it using PS4 Pro.
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