[Nintendo Switch] Fury Fight: Gangsters of City Review
Fury Fight: Gangsters of City from Red Deer Games is an old-school style beat ‘em up. Learn more in our Fury Fight: Gangster of City review!
Fury Fight: Gangsters of City from RedDeerGames is an old-school style beat ‘em up. Since violent crime lords have taken over the city, it’s up to you to defeat all of their underlings as you make your way toward beating up the evil leaders. It has a minimalist low-poly 3D look as you take on then more than 50 levels that the game has to offer. The game considers each scene as a level, so between all 50 scenes, you’re getting the same length offered by an old-school beat ‘em up game.
For this one, you can select between four different characters, each one having different values for the three main stats: power, speed, and jump. Each character will excel at one or two of them. Maria favors speed and power. Boris excels at power. Harvey goes for speed and jump. Sofia excels at jumping. You should give each one a try to see which one feels right for your playing style.
You’ll control the character of your choosing with the left analog stick, punching with the Y button and kicking with the X button. The B button is for jumping, and it can be combined with the Y or X buttons for an air attack. The A button is for guarding so that you can try to protect your character from incoming attacks. If you press and hold down the ZL button, you can make your character run.
Be sure to pay attention as you explore each level so that you can spot the different objects that you can destroy with your attacks. By doing this, you could end up finding a healing item to recover some of your lost health. This is very important because you only get one life to complete each stage. You could also end up finding a melee weapon or a long-range weapon to deal some extra damage to your opponents. Never underestimate what a mighty bat swing can do for you!
Fury Fight: Gangsters is an old-school style beat ‘em up with a low poly 3D presentation. It offers 50 short levels that are similar to the short segments you’d usually play through in a beat ‘em up stage from back in the day. Unfortunately, the gameplay boils down to button-mashing the kick button to defeat all enemies as they walk toward you, all because the AI leaves a lot to be desired. Fury Fight: Gangster of City is out on Nintendo Switch with a $12.99 asking price.
This Fury Fight: Gangsters of City review is based on a Nintendo Switch copy provided by RedDeerGames.