The folks at Eastasiasoft Limited aren’t satisfied after releasing old-school run and gunner Brotherhood United to the masses, with another title now ready to launch from their ever-growing catalogue. It’s the physics-based beat ‘em up brawler Drunken Fist, which has just stumbled onto Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PS4, and Nintendo Switch.
Get ready to start a fight with anyone who merely looks at you in the wrong way as you take on the role of a drunk. That’s essentially what you can anticipate in Drunken Fist, where you’ll traverse seven challenging 3D stages to acquire some food and bottles of booze. Expect to come face to face with the likes of jocks, hipsters, punks and a motley crew of other enemy types, each possessing their own unique combat styles.
Given the physics aspect of this brawler, you may seldom witness street fights funnier or sillier than what’s presented here. Falling over and generally behaving ridiculously is all part of the fun as you swing and miss on your perilous journey home. But will you eventually be able to make it home?
Should the colourful, polygon art styled world of Drunken Fist and the opportunity for a good punch-up, entice you in for purchase, get staggering towards the Xbox Store or another digital store belonging to the aforementioned platforms. After you’ve spent £6.69 to own Drunken Fist – discounted to £5.35 if you’re grabbing it within the first two weeks – feel free to head into the game and spend a penny on your enemies, if you must.
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Beat ‘em up action meets drunken physics for a lawless good time! Street fights have never been funnier! Drunken Fist is a physics-based brawler that never takes itself too seriously. Take the role of a drunk guy as he looks for food and collects booze across 7 challenging stages. Along the way, you’ll cross paths with jocks, hipsters, punks and a motley bunch of other enemy types, each with their own unique combat styles. Hilariously simulating the feel of a drunken fight in dynamic 3D physics, the blows fly past, you constantly fall down and behave ridiculously. Will our inebriated hero ever get home?