X Street Fight Review (HTC One M9): Almost Contra, Almost Good… (Video)

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  • 18 May 2015
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  • It’s time to go old school for a bit, with a game called X Street Fight. The title was played on the HTC One M9 and aims at combining elements from Street Fighter with the likes of Contra. It feels very much like Contra and it’s a surprisingly violent title for a mobile game.

    This is a side scrolling action game, with vulgar language, scantily clad women and lots of blood. You’ll do the usual button mashing, whip up the occasional pistol or shotgun and use special abilities, that run out fast. The main character is an 80s style tough guy, the Bruce Willis or Arnold type, who has to fight some sort of mutated thugs, that attack in waves.

    There’s also a rage system here and the character’s main stats are upgradable, for a lot of coin sadly. Levels are pretty long for a free game, which is a good thing. Aside from shooting a gun and shotgun, you can use a minigun, punch foes and press a jump button. 10 skills are available here and every once in a while you will run into a huge boss, that will be very hard to defeat.

    The main character won’t hesitate to rip heads off and splatter enemies all over the floor. Some foes will fire at you from a distance, so beware or projectiles. If you’re willing to take the violence, naked women and vulgarity, this is the game for you. We give it an 8.3 out of 10.

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