This game is fucking impossible. If you can manage to do anything more than just making both dudes enter a spastic slapfight, you've been playing this for months and suddenly got lucky.
Also: Not freeware.
I was really hoping this was a game about beating up Tori Amos.
Flaming Monkey you are really confusing your english stereotypes.
a flaming monkey
What? Tories still go on fox hunts... And they go to great lengths to buy antique furniture... Or so I have been told by unreliable sources.
so this game's like a pussier mortal kombat? Every move I've seen in this video is like a dumbed down BRUTALITY.
I have an 18k mortal kombat gold plated slammer, btw.
I actually have a picture of it, which I'll upload later.
But to answer your question: YES. It gets me into all the best events, simply because it's gold plated, and therefore only awarded to the best, bravest, and most skilled individuals excelling in a multitude of events.
It's whispered that should the 18k Gold Plated Mortal Kombat Slammer ever be thrown to the ground in a fit of rage, that the energy stored up within could be unleashed all at once, causing apocalyptic results (earthquakes, tsunamis, gay weddings, lightening and lava-thunder, etc).
So, because of the danger I've proven myself capable of containing, I am a Slammer Master, and all the babes and parties are mine
|Caminante Nocturno |
It's like Cirque Du Soleil was also a group of assassins.
That's a pretty cool idea, actually.
The dismembered bloody ragdolls are really cool but those moves are just stupid looking.
Finally! A game that combines breakdancing with martial arts and dismemberment! And looks to be fun for about all of five minutes before it becomes an exercise in tedium.
5 stars for Toribash but not for the video. It's hard to get a sense of the game from this. Basically, there are no built-in moves in Toribash- rather, you have full control over every single muscle in the fighter's body. Everything you see in that video someone has practiced for hours to master. You have to learn to to punch from scratch!
I played it for a little while and what made it especially compelling was when you'd see someone debut a move you'd never seen before, because it'd inspire you to go and try and to it yourself. You'd see one person do a new technique one day and by the next evening it would have spread like wildfire and everyone was doing it. It made me think of what the early days of breakdancing must have been like.
|Aubrey McFate |
This game is like work. Games should not be work.
Couple of stars for the neat moves.
The object of this game is to do retarded gymnastics while your opponent just stands there and gets dismembered.
After making my character alternate between flopping on the ground like a fish and doing some sort of weird dance, I finally got him to kick the other guy in the chest.
This was a minor victory for me. This game is a lesson in frustration.
I got it after watching this video. It takes getting the hang of, but it's pretty entertaining once you get into it.. It's not easy.
Also the multiplayer is interesting. I guess it's all about taste
|Godard's Drinking Problem |
Everyone's scoring the blind-with-rage difficulty of the game, and not the transcendent awesomeness of the moves on display. Five stars for these true Toribash masters, most of whom I believe are Eastern European (for reasons I chose not to question)
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