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My Brute





My Brute 


When the WMG was offered a free reviewable copy of My Brute, well he jumped on it. The first few minutes of My Brute were actually pretty cool. Create a Brute, find an arena, pick someone to fight against. Then things started to go downhill. Watch the two Brutes fight one another. Well that was sort of boring. After six fights wait twenty-four hours to fight again. Wait? What?

To continue fighting the WMG created another Brute. This meant starting all over at level one. This became a meaningless exercise because splitting time amongst all the Brutes became more tedious than actual fun. This also hurts the replay value of My Brute. Having to wait twenty-four hours to use a character again leads to forgetting about them, and leads to forgetting about the game.

Players start out by punching one another, and then they start to get weapons, animals, etc. These are used as the game fights with the two Brutes. Notice how the WMG said the game fights. Players sit and watch as the battle unfolds. This can be frustrating especially when we are used to being able to adjust strategies in the middle of a fight. Or be able to pick a strategy going in.

The music on the menu screens is rockish in My Brute. Made this reviewer feel like getting ready to go into Fight Club or something. But the first rule does not apply for My Brute. Sitting there and watching the fight was the most annoying thing ever. There is little to no game play in My Brute. Pick your fighter from three different dojos, and hope you match up well against your opponents. If you do not like your choices go back a screen, and come back to the arena. There should be some new choices.

The system of My Brute does a good job matching up generally even characters. There were some the WMG would not consider fighting because of their massive stats in comparison to the Family Friendly Gaming characters. Leveling up is easy at first, but gets more difficult as time increments. My Brute is not as fun as this reviewer thought it would be.

The biggest lesson the WMG learned from My Brute is patience. Waiting twenty-four hours to play again can lead to patience. When we get to control fighters we learn to get them before they get us, and to get them more often. This concept is vaguely in My Brute, but having no control during the fight makes it pretty moot.
- Working Man Gamer


Graphics: 68%
Sound: 78%
Replay/Extras: 61%
Gameplay: 63%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%
System: iPhone/iPod Touch
Publisher: Bulkypix
Rating: '9+' for 9+
{Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence}

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