- Publisher: Cartoon Network
- Release Date: Jan 23, 2018
- Also On: PC, PlayStation 4, Switch
- Summary: Let's Play Heroes is a retro-style beat-'em-up with light RPG elements. Like the television show from which it was spun off, Let's Play Heroes is set in the town of Lakewood Plaza and stars KO, an aspiring superhero who works at a convenience store for other superheroes. As KO, players fightLet's Play Heroes is a retro-style beat-'em-up with light RPG elements. Like the television show from which it was spun off, Let's Play Heroes is set in the town of Lakewood Plaza and stars KO, an aspiring superhero who works at a convenience store for other superheroes. As KO, players fight through side-scrolling stages and acquire POW cards, which allow them to call in other characters from the series for a powerful attack.… Expand
- Developer: Capy Games
- Genre(s): Action, Beat-'Em-Up, 2D
- # of players: No Online Multiplayer
- Cheats: On GameFAQs
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Positive: 0 out of 7
Mixed: 6 out of 7
Negative: 1 out of 7
Feb 13, 2018It starts off great, but really fizzles out despite adding new features early on to try and move things along. Still, OK K.O. Let’s Play Heroes will do a decent enough job at keeping the kids entertained for a few hours.
Feb 7, 2018OK K.O.! Let’s Play Heroes has all of the makings of an astounding beat-’em up thanks to its fun and action-packed combat, as well as a style and flavor in all areas that perfectly matches the show and is guaranteed to please fans. Sadly, it does not have the makings of an astounding RPG, though, and the bare-bones quests and overall story that goes on for too long renders the whole deal overly repetitive. Fans of the animated series may still get a kick out of it for a while, but in the end, it may just be better to marathon several episodes in its place.
Feb 2, 2018OK K.O.! Let's Play Heroes sounds and looks good, but dull repetitive combat and a story that doesn't go anywhere. But if you're already a fan of the show, you'll probably be okay with its shortcomings, newcomers need not apply.
Mar 13, 2018Fans of the show may enjoy interacting with some of its characters and the game is interesting enough to pique a newcomer's interest in checking out the show, but from a gameplay standpoint alone OK K.O.! Let's Play Heroes doesn't offer enough variety to keep brawler game fans engaged.
Feb 14, 2018If you’re a fan of the show, then you’ll most likely really appreciate OK K.O.! Let’s Play Heroes’ attention to detail, and will be able to overlook its faults. This is, first and foremost, a game for fans, while those of us who don’t have anything invested in the TV series it’s based on aren’t likely to get the same things out of it.
Jan 25, 2018OK K.O.! Let’s Play Heroes is a prime example of licence cash grabbing. It’s not a bad game, but it’s clearly an experience that focuses on fans of the show, inadvertently alienating fans of the game’s genre. There’s no depth and innovation within, leaving players with nothing more than a bog-standard brawler that does very little to excite or excel.
Feb 22, 2018If you’re a fan of OK K.O.! Let’s Play Heroes and you’re eager to experience it in another medium, then you may want to check it out. If you’re not, look elsewhere, because this is a strictly fans-only game.
Positive: 1 out of 3
Mixed: 1 out of 3
Negative: 1 out of 3
Jun 4, 2019This is one of the best Cartoon Network games ever made.
I remember Ian J.Q telling that with capy, he would make a OK KO game. The gameThis is one of the best Cartoon Network games ever made.
I remember Ian J.Q telling that with capy, he would make a OK KO game.
The game is pretty solid, the fighting mechanics are great, and the story is like a huge OK KO movie.
The game is cheaper than other Xbox And PS4 games, kind of $39.99
SO, I GIVE THIS GAME A...9,1 out of 10!
thats all I have to say for this game so...bye
Jan 24, 2018I must admit that I have a soft spot for Cartoon Network game’s and me and my kids always have a blast playing them, and thankfully OK K.O.!I must admit that I have a soft spot for Cartoon Network game’s and me and my kids always have a blast playing them, and thankfully OK K.O.! Let’s Play Heroes is another good addition to Cartoon Network’s catalogue. In order to turn a TV series into a successful game then everything has to be like the TV series, and they’ve managed to get this spot on. Visually the game looks like the program and the vivid colours look excellent at times. The sound design is also very good and the voice actors have done a brilliant job of bringing humour to the table. Speaking about the humour, the humour is actually funny and it had me and my children chuckling away multiple times, which is great. The gameplay in the game has been done really well and it was very enjoyable throughout. I was however disappointed to learn that there were no multiplayer modes included, and I must admit that I was surprised that they didn’t include a multiplayer mode because it would have made the game even better in my opinion. The combat which is incredibly important in a game like this has been done really well and I was especially impressed with the enemy variety that was in play at all times. I would however have liked a few more moves included in the combat, but that’s only a small gripe because the moves that are included remain responsive and fluid throughout. The main thing that really impressed me about this game was how simple it was to play. This simplicity means people of all ages can play and the low difficulty curve means that frustration doesn’t happen very often, which is great. My children enjoyed the game from start to finish, but they did bring up a very good point and that point was that they would have liked a little more freedom when exploring. At the end of the day OK K.O.! Let’s Play Heroes stays very close to the TV series and this is what makes the game so fun and intriguing. Each little mechanic has been done really well and they all work together to create a very fun game and the best thing is that everyone can play no matter what age. It may not be a game for everybody but fans of these types of games will enjoy this game profusely and I urge anybody who likes the show to give this game a go.… Expand
Aug 2, 2020*OK KO LETS PLAY HEROES* IS *THE WORST OPEN WORLD/RPG GAME EVER MADE* FOR PS4,XBOX ONE, SWITCH AND PC!
SOME REASONS: 1-*CAMERA* LIKE A PS1*OK KO LETS PLAY HEROES* IS *THE WORST OPEN WORLD/RPG GAME EVER MADE* FOR PS4,XBOX ONE, SWITCH AND PC!
1-*CAMERA* LIKE A PS1 GAMES (RESIDENT EVIL TRILOGY)
2-*GRAPHICS* LIKE A PS2/PSP/WII GAMES
3-POOR *RESOLUTION* LIKE A PS3 GAMES
4-THIS "indie" GAME WAS NOT MADE FOR THE NEW GENERATION OF CONSOLES; IT WAS MADE FOR THE OLD BACK GENERATION (XBOX 360, PS3, PSP, PS2, WII, 3DS, WII U, N64, PS1,PSVITA,N-GAGE,DREAMCAST) THAT'S IT!
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