What happens when you reach the apotheosis of the gaming frontier? You get One Finger Death Punch 2. A game filled with the notion of taking simplicity and layering it with high-octane action and a gameplay loop so addictive, I couldn’t take my mind away from it. If someone asked me how would I explain One Finger Death Punch, I'd reference the iconic monologue from John Wick, where the mafia boss explains what John Wick did with a pencil and a room full of people. Well, One Finger Death Punch 2 is the scene from the sequel where we actually get to see the pencil in action.
One Finger Death Punch came swinging back in 2014 and caused a lot of others to emulate its ability to hone on kung fu-based action. However, there was some room for improvement. One Finger Death Punch 2 is finally here, and it packs one hell of a punch.
The game is devoid of any story or basic plot, something One Finger Death Punch 2 proudly exclaims from the start. All you really need to know is how to play it. That’s how simple it is. One button causes you to attack left, while another button is used to attack right. Once the enemy is within range of attack, they’ll either die instantly or take damage. Within minutes, you will know how to play the entire game. You attack to the left, or your attack to the right. Don’t make the mistake of thinking it’s that easy and definitely never button mash.
Within minutes, you will know how to play the entire game. You attack to the left, or your attack to the right.
Your inputs may be simple but every attack is jaw-dropping and has a lasting impact.
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Silver Dollar Games
Silver Dollar Games
PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch
15 April 2019
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