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I heard a lot about Punch Club. This role playing video game with management simulation aspects resonated with quite a few people. Players train their fighter on the quest to find out who brutally murdered your father in the street. Plenty of fights are available in Punch Club. There are the legal and the illegal fights. Punch Club can be played in hard, normal, or super easy. Super easy is the way to learn how to play Punch Club without losing stats along the way.

Why would you lose your stats in Punch Club? That is simple to answer. Players must work to earn money. They must use money to buy food to restore their hunger. They must also rest to have energy to do just about anything. The balance in Punch Club is you lose hunger while you rest. You also lose hunger and energy while training. You need to train to be strong enough to win the fights.

I checked with others here at Family Friendly Gaming who played Punch Club on Steam. They love how the character can move around freely in the PS4 and Xbox One versions now. I noticed it could be a pain trying to get to the couch by that phone. This is a minor quibble of course. They also told me Punch Club looks a bit more pixelated than the Personal Computer version.

The bad content in Punch Club that families need to be informed of are blood, violence, profanity, crude humor, alcohol, drugs, and crime. I love stopping crime in Punch Club. I will admit that Punch Club gives you a choice to stop the criminals or leave them alone. Based on my personality I always stood up to the criminals. I care more about victims than criminals personally.

The stats in Punch Club are heart, food, happiness, and energy. Building up your character in Punch Club is important, since you have no control in the fights. You will sit there watching it. Moves can be swapped out between rounds if you think something will work better. Punch Club can be very addicting. I kept wanting to get a certain stat to the next level, get money, get food, go fight, etc.

I appreciate tinyBuild sending Family Friendly Gaming a digital download code for Punch Club on the Xbox One. Punch Club has conquered nearly all of the current systems. In my opinion Punch Club only needs to conquer the physical copy realm next. Maybe tinyBuild will do a game compilation disc or something. WMG requested this game be ported to consoles and that happened. You never know what the future holds.
- Paul


Graphics: 50%
Sound: 55%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: PS4/Xbox One(tested)
Publisher: tinyBuild
Developer: Lazy Bear Games
Rating: 'T' for THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY
{Violence, Blood, Language, Alcohol/Drug Reference}

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Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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