One Finger Death Punch, be the best you can.
Yes, One Finger Death Punch. As much fun as it sounds, but funner and more addictive. Not as much as crack cocaine, or even any other gateway drug. Maybe more when a cat jumps up out of no where and scares the living crap out of you. Mainly because you don’t own a cat, or nobody in a 2 mile radius owns a cat. And you think to yourself, hey, this must be like it feels like when playing that game, One Finger Death Punch. But then you wake up in a dark alley, clothes torn, arms and legs muddy with a splitting headache thinking to yourself “Ill never binge on 20 chicken mcnuggets” ever again. But of course you are across from the local Mcdonalds and continue to go in and purchase more mcnuggets, but with experience, you get BBQ sauce instead of sweet and sour.
What it all about then? This One Finger Death Punch?
Simply put, there is a map, you are on this map and must follow the different paths. When you complete challenges and quests you gain special skills and knowledge that you have helped end the lives of lots and lots of goons. Never mind that the mountains at the top are placed horribly, or this map was made in a simple painting program, the map is big and different as you go along. Never got to the mountains, maybe in the sequel. It’s the actual gameplay that shines here.
One Finger Death Punch, Gameplay
Below is a youtube video of Rusty playing the game. While drinking some cider responsibly. Rusty did find out that you can play this game with one hand, and drink with the other. For that, this game gets an automatic 10 out of 10!
Guilty your honour. No wait, that’s for the court case next week. This game is quite cheap to pick up, colourful, full of action, laughs and frustration. If you can at a good price, pick this game up, you will not be disappointed.
As Jack Burton used to say…… It’s all in the reflexes.