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!Read full description
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!
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!
It's a really fun game with unique graphics! I love the pixel/3D yet flat graphic style. Its very colorful and bright, just like the music, which I enjoy. There are plenty of weapons to discover, animals to ride, and hidden items. The amount of content is nice and interesting. Its a pretty good game.
Radical Heroes Crimson City Crisis is a 2D beat em up that looks and plays like a more colorful version of the NES title River City Ransom with some special attacks. In addition to your punch, kick, and the special moves that you learn throughout the game you can make use of weapons, potted plants, garbage cans, etc to hit or throw at your enemies. The game is still in early access and the developers are making changes and improvements to the game. Right now it's a fairly low priced beat em up with some entertaining elements but it can become repetitive quickly due to the simple combat, enemies, and animations (though death animations where you launch them into the sky are entertaining), if you just want to punch some guys the game can be worth it but it might be worth waiting for the full release to see what has changed.
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