Radical Heroes: Crimson City Crisis
Radical Heroes brings a fresh take on the tried and true beat ’em up formula. Imagine a full blend of everything that was fun about the 1980’s and 1990’s (The video games, action figures, cartoons, arcades, etc.) Then, jam pack all of this awesomeness in to one experience bursting at the seams with retro goodness!
Video Source – Jim Sterling
The story of Radical Heroes: Crimson City Crisis begins with Diesel, an average dude who wakes up to find the city he loves under attack by a mysterious evil force. Determined to defend everything he holds dear, Diesel must face his destiny, overcome the darkest of foes, and embark on a Radical quest to stop the evil from fully engulfing Crimson City before it’s too late!
- QUESTIFIED! Explore a vast, brand new universe filled to the brim with nostalgic flavor! Play it your way, or play it with your friends for ultimate chaos.
- PEW PEW! Tons of Weapons! Set out on an epic quest to save your city from evil using everything you can find as a tool of punishment! There’s over 40 to unlock!
- LEGENDARY! Six massive playsets to unlock and explore!
- TUBULAR! Exotic locations like Tropical Islands, Spooky Graveyards, a City under Invasion, plus so much more!
- EPIC! Tons of secrets and unlockables!
- COWABUNGA! Over 40 action figures to collect and unlock! Plus, each playable figure comes complete with their own unique weapon!
- SKILL-TASTIC! Upgrade your figure’s Speed, Strength and Defense to combat the ever growing threat of evil!
- POWERFUL-NESS! Special power moves add a layer of sweet chaos only dreamed about in other beat ’em ups!
Radical Heroes: Crimson City Crisis is a fun take on everything retro. The game is colorful and filled with un-lockable content such as characters, locations, skills, and weapons.
This review is based on the following 6 factors. You can find our review widget with scores at the bottom of the page.
The gameplay starts off fun. Its cool for a little while, but becomes repetitive pretty fast.
The game music is very fitting of the game, and I think it helped with the retro feel. The voice in the game sounds like its strait out of a 80’s toy commercial.
Unlocking abilities and items is a big plus that can drive you to play more. The abilities and weapons are all pretty cool.
The games fighting mechanics work smoothly. Unfortunately due to the games repetitive nature, it gets old fast as well.
The game does provide a little bit of story, but its not that impressive.
The major selling point of this game is its awesome retro style of pixel art. The 3D graphics seem to pop out of the screen at you.
While my review rating isn’t that high, I feel that I should note that this game is still in early access. The retro-like pixel art makes this game really stand out. I think if the developers add a little more complexity the game could out grow the repetitiveness that seems to be its downfall.
- How To Get Millions Of Coins In Fifa17 | What Is A Autobuyer?
- Goon: Last of the Enforcers Brutal Review
- Great Art
- Good Music
- Lots To Unlock
- Gets Repetitive Fast