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Rush Fight Review

What do we look for in a game when we decide whether its a good or bad game and experience? What rules and standards must a game adhere to before we are able to rate or debate it based on those aspects? This is highly debatable and highly controversial as I’ve had a great time with this title so far yet it follows almost none of those rules.

This is a very simple game with a very simple premise. Naturally based on this, the review also wont be very lengthy, as I don’t have to much to discuss. What I can however discuss, is the experience. This holds true because its in this aspect where the game really excels. Many game have come out recently that aren’t exactly big on gameplay but are very addictive and simple in execution. This game is molded in that very forge.

The game is extremely fun to play, you simply tap left and right to hit or kick in the desired direction. Mobs of enemies closing in on your very position. However, if you don’t tap time doesn’t continue, meaning you have however long it takes to tap in the enemy’s direction before your timer runs out. There are some special buffs gained from killing certain enemy’s, this is represented by notable visual indicators.

Graphically the game looks decent but not much beyond that. It uses a lowpoly style similar to the famous Minecraft style but it isn’t quite voxel. Visually the game doesn’t quite get the nod, it falls a bit short in that department. The exact same can be set for the audio, while in mobile games this isn’t usually a big part of the review, its notable just how poor the audio in this game is. There is only one track that is tirelessly repeated throughout the game and only a handful of effect audio, this is not acceptable unfortunately.

As simple as the game is, there is a bunch of characters notable from popular culture to unlock and use in different levels unique to each characters. There is also a bunch of weapons to unlock in the game. Unfortunately, none of these add to gameplay and they are all purely cosmetic. While this is commendable it doesn’t really add anything to the experience, which falls very flat in the end. Naturally, these can either be bought or earned with the ingame currency that you get more of the more you play. Everything is very expensive however and since they don’t add anything to the gameplay, they aren’t worth it at all.

To conclude the review ill put it simply, this is not a very good or extensive game. While there isn’t really anything wrong with it, but it also doesn’t really have much going for it other than the addiction factor. Download it and play it for a bit of short lived fun, just don’t expect it to last very long.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uZgsaFfeaQ What do we look for in a game when we decide whether its a good or bad game and experience? What rules and standards must a game adhere to before we are able to rate or debate it based on those aspects? This is highly debatable and highly controversial as I've had a great time with this title so far yet it follows almost none of those rules. This is a very simple game with a very simple premise. Naturally based on this, the review also wont be very lengthy, as I don't have to much to discuss. What…
A short lived fast paced game that doesn't have too much under the hood.

Review Score

Score - 65%

65%

Rush...out?

A short lived fast paced game that doesn't have too much under the hood.

User Rating: 2.45 ( 1 votes)

Johannes Nienaber

Football Lover, Digital Artist, Game Designer, Technological Analyst.

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