Treachery in Beatdown City Review
Posted: 3 months ago, last updated 9 weeks ago.
In the game you need to save US President Blake Orama who has been kidnapped. You get to choose from three fighters, each with different strengths. There is Lisa who knows boxing, Brad a fire-loving wrestler and Bruce, a karate expert. You'll be fighting anything from fascist cops to drunks, punks, ninjas, terrorists, and even cyborgs.
The game is both humorous and political, calling out racist behaviour in its cutscenes. The more political content is mixed with jokes about ninjas and turtles, ensuring the game doesn't get too subject-heavy. Currently, only one episode is available, with more expected to be released at a later date in for form of free DLC.
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