(Early Access Review. As an early access release, you may experience bugs, content, interface and optimization changes. If you are not excited to play the title in its current state and to help support the title to full release by reporting bugs and requesting additional content, you may want to wait for further development.)
Welcome to Fight Angel, an all-female street fighter game. The title comes with 10 default characters and space to create your own fighters. All the characters are customizable to your taste. The title is an "Adult" game because of the scantly and sensually dressed lovely ladies who will be in the competitions (and the fact that their bosoms are always bouncing). I really didn't find the title to be that adult-oriented, but I have not dived into all the possible clothing modifications or broken clothing systems much yet. As with other titles in the genre, it is a one-on-one brawler that has a lot of moves and combos to bring pain to your opponent. I would recommend starting with the training mode to familiarize yourself with the fighting mechanics and combos. Once you have completed it, you're ready to dive into one of the 3 gameplay choices you have. Will it be the Story, Arcade or Versus, this is up to you? Go head-to-head with a friend in local MP or hit the internet and test your skills against public players from around the world. May you and your bosom be victorious!
Released & self-published on Apr 16, 2019, by the developer Red Fox Studio, this is a 2D Fighter with head-to-head battles in the tradition of titles such as Tekken, Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat. The main difference with this title is that it is an Adult oriented game. All the combatants are well-endowed females who have a lot of upper body jiggling going on while you play. The game features a ton of character customizations; everything from body features to the clothing they wear. There are additional items to unlock with coin earned fighting in the game as well as the many that are available by default. There is partial controller support (my Xbox 360 controller worked flawlessly). It does contain a configuration tool for your controller that you can re-bind the controls to your liking. It has standard display settings, full screen/windowed, resolution, frame rate lock, anti-aliasing, vertical sync and motion blur. For game settings, you can activate command input display, change the cloth-breaking system, and master volume and music sliders. There are 4 modes of play: story mode, arcade mode, versus mode and a training mode (serves as the tutorial for the title). With multi-player (coming with full release), single-player and local multiplayer there are many ways to play (currently in-game).
A very interesting title indeed, it has been quite some time since I have dived into this genre. I must admit I am extremely rusty, I am struggling to memorize all the combos available. Some tutorial directions are not perfectly clear with the way they portray the controller keys, and I found it confusing at times to know which buttons they wanted to be used. I would have liked an overlay, like Mortal Kombat, with some moves shown for visual reference, that you can change to the ones you need to learn. I had a difficult time with some moves as well, with the multi-directional use of the controller for combos, trying to master them has been trying for me, as I am still relearning to use a controller after many years of not using them. I am not going to just abandon my controller and run for the keyboard either. My son, on the other hand, has taken to it easily and is whipping my arse! I am impressed with the visual quality of the title, and the skins and the animations are all well designed along with good sound effects. If you love this genre it really is a pretty good title for the money; it has lots of action, lovely ladies with bouncing bosoms with tons of customizations. It has a huge replayability factor with all the different game types available. I cannot say that we found any major or minor issues for the game so far.
For an early access release it is a solid title already, with more content being added.
Review written by DamageInc.for Zeepond.com!
Positives+ Partial Controller Support
+ Fair Priceline
Negatives- No Trading Cards
- The Tutorial could use some Polish
Fight Angel: The Battle of the Bosums Has Begun!
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