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PostReview 10 - Rumble Fighter

Pros: 1. Really cute graphics.
2. Smooth gameplay.
3. Fair button mechanics.
4. Practice stage.
5. Cooperative mode. (FINALLY)
6. Unique 'Exo Core' system.

Cons: 1. Everyone pretty much wears the same thing.
2. Everyone has pretty much the same attacks, too.
3. Complete grind with absolutely no depth. When your level up, you only hit harder.
Summary: I have to say, I regretted getting addicted to this game. But, it has really cute graphics, which is either a con or a pro depending on your tastes. I like cute graphics, so it's a pro. On top of that, there's smooth gameplay, but in my whole life playing this game, I haven't seen any hackers. It has fair button mechanics, but that means you guard, anyone can throw you off the edge easily, like in Glaciers Cove and Moonlight Valley. It has a practice stage, and finally, a cooperative mode that took forever to make the original creators of Rumble Fighter be like 'Oh, a cooperative mode, that's a great idea! Let's code now!' There's also the Exo-Core system. You can use other abilities rather than your fists or kicks, but Exo-Cores bought with Astros (game money bought with real money) are better than Exo-Cores bought with Carats (game money awarded in-game). People actually buy Astros, yes.

However, everyone pretty much wears the same thing. Even if you level up often, , there's almost no, if so, a few, awards if you level up. Most equipment in general have no stats. Everyone has pretty much the same attacks, too. Try guarding, they'll throw you into a pit of death, especially in areas like Moonlight Valley and Glaciers Cove, as stated before. Even if you do win, there's a complete grind with absolutely no depth. As stated before, you only hit harder when you level up. No fancy prizes, nothing. Level 20, you can get a Nanmu, where you can be an animal, but that only allows for more special attacks, not stronger attacks.

I have to say, this game is decent, even if they now have the cooperative mode. It just barely passed my expectations. 3/5.
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