Creed: Rise to Glory is a glorified tech demo, with a big brand slapped on top of it to mask its shortcomings, which despite of the developer’s best efforts are still painful to experience.
Take on the evil Akuji, a former samurai who enslaves the land. Who you gonna call? A quartet named Clan N.
A quite interesting approach to an arena hack and slash experience! Might be worth a shot if you want a game to play with a friend!
Despite the dead online mode due to the poor installed Switch base, River City Melee Mach!! has a great approach that mixes beat 'em up and party fighting games elements.
Mortal Kombat: 11 - Aftermath ends up delivering only a few and high priced content, which seems like something removed from the base game and added later strategically.
If you are into Mega-Man or Smash Brothers or the possible mixture of both, you'll enjoy Megabyte punch.
An enjoyable side-scrolling beat 'em up that can get repetitive, but broken up with mini-games.
While a bit janky at times, the Takeover really does a bang up job of providing some excitement, fun and, best of all, some great brawling replay action.
While it's a bit of fan service cooked around a pretty simplistic premise, Mall Brawl still delivers on fun and form within this homage to the NES fighting era.
Streets of Rage 4 brings you back into the world of street justice, and it has, sincerely, never looked or felt better.