One Finger Death Punch Brings Badass Kung-Fu To Greenlight
Featuring 250 levels of panther-style pummeling, crane-kick cracking, snake biting kung-fu and more blood and gore than every Mortal Kombat combined, One Finger Death Punch is the ultimate side-scrolling kick-butt kung-fu game to land on Steam's Greenlight.
The promo trailer above is straight-up badass and doesn't give an inch. The trailer alone features the sort of awesome gameplay that gives guys boners, gives girls wood and makes virgins pregnant.
There are more than 21 different skills to unlock and master, a 1:1 response system so your finger reflexes will determine how fast you can crush skulls and cave in chest cavities. The team also worked really hard to avoid button-mashing and enforce players to rely more on timed button presses and skill-based combos as opposed to jamming in the keys on your keyboard and mouse.
So what has been the general response from the gaming community on the Greenlight page for this game? Well, one gamer going by Blackwing Feline had an eloquent emotional synopsis of the situation, laid out with articulated word form and a great sense of poetic conveyance, saying...
... FUCK YES!
Well said, Blackwing... well said.
If you're digging what Silver Dollar Games is selling, feel free to show your support for the game by paying a kind visit to the community page on Steam Greenlight and give One Finger Death Punch an upvote or two.
Ah, you thought we only had one Greenlight game for you? Nope.
The Dark Phantom is a third-person action-shooter that seems to be a mix of Sam Rami's Dark Man meets Max Payne. I like the way the game looks and it's running on the UE3's UDK, so quality wise it looks pretty good.
The ability to wall-hug, blind-fire and precision aim gives the game a really well-rounded feeling of quality production values. The team, while small, also incorporated motion capturing, bullet-tagging and CQC melee abilities.
The story itself revolves around the main protagonist named Shabgard, a dude who's robbed of his identity and subjected to some harsh experiments. Players will have to venture through a harsh and dark world where they must discover what happened to him and get the proverbial revenge against the bad guys.
If you think we need more third-person shooters on Steam, feel free to pay a visit to the game's official Greenlight page and give an upvote and favorite to The Dark Phantom. It looks quite impressive to be a smaller budget project.
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