Keepin' it real deal Holyfield! Please bring back Genesis style boxing games!
Game Review on Aug 15th, 2013
The thing that makes this game great is that it launched with some very high quality maps. The different modes and vehicles make it great. The only CON i have really seen is that my ping/laggyness is all over the place
Game Review on Jun 29th, 2013
I really appreciate that this game is still being refined. The basics of the game are all setup and working. As the developer further polishes this, hopefully to a nice bright and shiny finish, I feel this game will go from good to great.
I would also like to mention that I have never played this type of game before and I really hope to see other additions to this boardgame/strategy/RPG-like indie title. I wouldn't mind the inclusion of a smattering of story and possibly further snippets to be found throughout the game and subsequent plays. If lore/story/quests are added possibly even procedurally it would be epic. Unfortunately I have no idea if this is even feasible.
Game Review on May 15th, 2013
Very fun game that has taken inspiration from and pays homage to The Binding of Isaac and NES/GB Zelda games.
The game can be frustrating but usually just enough to make you want to try again.
One major problem with the game is the sheer amount of grammatical and spelling errors I have encountered. As soon as the developer gets these fixed the game will be highly polished.
Game Review on May 14th, 2013
This game proves that you don't need many frills as long as you have great gameplay. I can't even figure out why it is fun. It is repetitive, it looks very, very old school and the only challenge is platforming. Judging by those attributes I should hate this game and so should everyone else, but I don't and I don't think anyone else does either. Verdict: Just stick it in yo' Genesis!
Game Review on Apr 20th, 2013
A highly polished game that has received almost universal acclaim. You owe it yourself to play this game if you have been in a rut of half finished indie games that will forever remain in the alpha stage or beta at best by the time they are abandoned by the developers.
While this game features a higher quality of writing compared than 99% of video games it, unfortunately, becomes the exception that proves the rule: video game writing is light years behind visuals and mechanics. The story also tends to get a bit heavy handed especially when betrayed by the overly simplistic display of the characters and their environment.
Overall this is still a step in the right direction and I still have hope that one day the gaming world will finally produce its Illiad, Hamlet or Mona Lisa.