Mixed or average reviews- based on 18 Ratings
Jun 23, 2015It wasn't that bad of a game. I love the PS2 graphics, the gameplay was tolerable, and I do love the stages but the character models are theIt wasn't that bad of a game. I love the PS2 graphics, the gameplay was tolerable, and I do love the stages but the character models are the same and the music is kinda boring. I understand the negatives, but it shouldn't be ridiculed that hard.… Full Review »
Sep 27, 2013Alright for an XBLA title. But there are already so many good fighters out there, this one feels a little sub-par by comparison.
FightingAlright for an XBLA title. But there are already so many good fighters out there, this one feels a little sub-par by comparison.
Fighting is OK, but again, nothing that isn't done better elsewhere. For what it is, it's OK, but the question is why bother when there is better out there. Graphics are mostly good with some pretty looking environments. Character models on the other hand come off a little rough around the edges. For a game that obviously uses sex appeal to sell itself, this could have been done better. Character design is fantastic and I loved how each girl looked (so hats off for that.)
Girl Fight comes accross a game that should have come out along time ago, and just feels out of place among modern fighters. As a retro fighting game enthusiast, I thought it was a bit fun, and it did have a few novel ideas that are executed well. However, the novelty wears off quickly and you are left with a game that fails to hold your interest for too long.
Like I said as a XBLA title it's alright, but it's not really worth the price being asked. I would rather get Street Fighter 2 Turbo or Skullgirls.
To the developers: A good job, but the game needs to be more than it is to be able to compete. I hope to see more from you in the future, just a bit more polish next time and a bit more substance.… Full Review »