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Unplugged Review - GamersHeroes

40 percent in total

40%

 

Unplugged clearly plagiarizes One Finger Death Punch’s tried-and-true template, but it falls short of capturing what made that indie favorite so successful. This game is more of a pretender than a contender due to its simple gameplay and game-breaking flaws.

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Fans of Keanu Reeves have probably fantasized of channeling their inner John Wick and becoming a formidable assassin. With his new beat-em-up Unplugged, omijdm, no doubt a regular at the Continental, pays tribute to this figure. In this brawler, it’s one person versus the globe — should gamers join the fight?

Review of “Unplugged”

The protagonist of this game will be taken to several locations in a dystopian future world, where he will have to battle his way through a variety of enemies. At important times, there are a few sketchy drawings, comic book panels, text messages, and stilted writing, but the major emphasis of this film is completely on the action.

A seemingly infinite stream of goons will steadily rush at the player from the left and right sides of the displays after appearing in such shady locations as back alleyways, rooftops, and secured facilities. Players must use the left and right arrows to knock out these opponents, since they are not easily defeated. It’s crucial to master the timing, since swinging too soon or too late may lead the player to miss and leave himself wide exposed. However, as the bouts go, well-timed hits will enable players to build up their combo.

Players will be able to check their accuracy %, the number of misses that occurred, their overall score, and their greatest record after defeating a certain number of adversaries.

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If this seems similar, it’s because Unplugged is almost an exact replica of One Finger Death Punch’s 2013 album of the same name. The whacking motion was easy enough back then, and nothing has changed in the last eight years to make it worthwhile to try again. The original’s slo-mo functionality is also included in this game, thanks to the utilization of a rechargeable “Stamina” meter.

The development team attempted to add twists to the formula, but they were insufficient. Players will be able to “download” updates that provide access to weapons such as shotguns and pistols, but they will not significantly alter the game’s gameplay. At certain places along the Stamina meter, players will be given button prompts that will enable them to perform powerful attacks that can take out many adversaries at once. When it comes down to it, though, gamers will find the game’s too simple gameplay to be a chore.

Unplugged is also a frustrating experience. We became trapped in an animation loop at times, and the only way out was to press Alt-F4 to halt it in its tracks. Other times, we were nearing the end of our health, unable to inflict any harm or be struck – this, too, necessitated a harsh departure.

Unplugged clearly plagiarizes One Finger Death Punch’s tried-and-true template, but it falls short of capturing what made that indie favorite so successful. This game is more of a pretender than a contender due to its simple gameplay and game-breaking flaws.

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This Unplugged review was written on a computer. The game was downloaded from the internet.

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