Fight'N Rage

released on Sep 19, 2017

Fight’N Rage is a brand new old-school side-scroller beat’em up. Inspired by the classics from the “golden age”, and with an art style that mimics the aesthetic from the 90's arcade gems, this game pays homage to all classic gameplay features that makes this genre one of the best from its time!

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Probably one of the most impressive solo efforts I've seen since Cave Story, Fight'n Rage is another throwback beat 'em up made by someone who is obviously a genre enthusiast. The combat is fast, satisfying, very flexible and diverse between the 3 characters and there's a good variety of enemies in the mix. The branching story paths lead to a surprisingly wide array of different levels so no one playthrough has to be the same thing every time and the game is loaded with unlockables giving it excellent replay value. It's not perfect though, the very intense and busy visuals can make this game a headache to look at after extended play so I really can't recommend the game for photo-sensitive people. (you can modify the visuals to tone down some of the effects but there is a limit to it) On a more general note, it's a very difficult and not beginner friendly game at all. While it has many modern conveniences, the enemy count is very high, and they can drain your health in a hurry. That can just as easily be a pro for some people though, so I don't count it against the game that much. If you love classic beat 'em ups but would like something that has the control feel of a Vanillaware game, give this one a check.

Looks great, sounds great and plays great. It's the whole package

Pocas cosas más badasses que combear a un enemigo hasta hacerlo estallar en decenas de huesos

Pretty fun. lots of endings and extra content to play around with after you're done with it. one of my gripes is that all 3 characters work fundamentally the same with only a few marginally unique traits differentiating them from one another. Competent combo system that encourages ultra aggression while still challenging you to handle mobs methodically, great soundtrack, solid asses, devs understand precisely what made the streets of rage series so special.

A solid beat 'em up. The controls are precise, the art is great, the music is very fitting and the campaign branches out, which means that there are like 8 different routes per character. That's neat, go play it.