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8.1

Generally favorable reviews- based on 8 Ratings

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  1. Positive: 5 out of 8
  2. Negative: 0 out of 8

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  1. Apr 5, 2020
    7
    A fun game at the start, but very repetitive. With approx 500 stages, but all are like the same. Different weapons, that all function the same way, different type of mission, that are very similar. After 100 missions you will be bored of doing the same one and other time.
    You can observe the developers try to put more diversity in the game, but this try fall short.
  2. Jun 14, 2020
    8
    This non-stop test of your reaction time and fast-twitch thumb muscles is likely the most entertaining two-dimensional, two-button, stick-figure-fighting game out there. You play as a kung fu master in the form of a generic male-bathroom stick figure symbol and you must press the appropriate button or combination of buttons to unleash a variety of kung fu moves upon the enemy stick figuresThis non-stop test of your reaction time and fast-twitch thumb muscles is likely the most entertaining two-dimensional, two-button, stick-figure-fighting game out there. You play as a kung fu master in the form of a generic male-bathroom stick figure symbol and you must press the appropriate button or combination of buttons to unleash a variety of kung fu moves upon the enemy stick figures approaching you from either side. Admittedly, there's not going to be a lot of depth in a game that only makes use of two buttons and nothing more, but the challenge and fun in defeating the several hundred levels of the game lies in the timing, precision, and speed of your button presses as more and more enemies and enemy-types appear at increasing speeds. Additionally, there are some entertaining weapons and powerups that add variety to the action. The music is also well done and matches the theme of the game very well.

    Ultimately, your enjoyment of the game will largely depend on whether (or how fast) you grow tired of the gameplay. Yes, it is basically the same thing over and over, across a few hundred levels. But, since each individual level is only a few minutes long, this is a perfect game for the Switch platform. You can play it in bite sizes on the go and have a lot of fun, put it away for a while, and then easily pick it back up without losing a step. That's exactly what I did and I enjoyed the hell out of it.
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  3. Apr 25, 2021
    10
    This game is so underrrated. It may be simple and a little repetitive, but after playing about 60% of the game, I can tell you that there is some nuance in the settings of each level.

    There are so many fun choices made in the game, but I only catch glimpses of some because the action can be so fast. Check out the various modes included, including one in which you have to repeatedly shoo
    This game is so underrrated. It may be simple and a little repetitive, but after playing about 60% of the game, I can tell you that there is some nuance in the settings of each level.

    There are so many fun choices made in the game, but I only catch glimpses of some because the action can be so fast. Check out the various modes included, including one in which you have to repeatedly shoo a cat out of your frame vision in order to play.

    This game is built for fun. You can enjoy it in small doses or grind away at it like a maniac.
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Metascore
83

Generally favorable reviews - based on 5 Critic Reviews

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 5
  2. Negative: 0 out of 5
  1. May 15, 2020
    90
    One Finger Death Punch 2 is the kind of game that fits the Switch so well. The game is easy to pick up for brief bouts of guaranteed fun due to the simple controls and pitch-perfect action. The amount of modes and levels gives a player a ton to work with, even before taking online leaderboards into account. There's little to complain about here, so the title should be in your collection unless you're averse to fast action titles.
  2. Mar 18, 2020
    80
    At its core, One Finger Death Punch 2 has the appearance of one of those flash games from the 2000s. It doesn’t look visually impressive and the game mechanics are so basic that it’s hard to fathom how this game could provide more than a few minutes of entertainment. But that’s the big, magical mystery of this game. It takes the idea of being a Bruce Lee-esque destroyer of worlds, strips it down to people made out of lines and circles, and creates an addictive gameplay loop that becomes impossible to put down.
  3. Mar 2, 2020
    80
    Silver Dollar Games has not only delivered on making the perfect palette cleanser game, they’ve also made a damn fine, addictive, and unconventional beat ‘em up. Fans of the original game might be a little upset it’s not a massive leap forward but, honestly, when you’re having this much fun, does that really matter? And when you factor in the low entry price on the Switch eShop, One Finger Death Punch 2 is a no brainer purchase for a game you’ll be happy to return to again and again…and again.