9 thoughts on “Fist Puncher at GDC (Game Developers Conference) 2012: Fist Puncher Gameplay

  1. @blaiddFab2 I played with someone who had never played Double Dragon. I
    thought that was required by law in most states… kind of like beating
    Super Mario Bros. Goes to show how much our country’s education system has
    deteriorated if kids aren’t playing Double Dragon.

  2. The second suggestion is to scout out the competition. In another video
    that you guys had, there was a rival team that was also making a beat-em-up
    game. I know that, in most cases, hiring the opposition is akin to having
    the proverbial fox guarding the hen house but in this case, it’s a
    necessity, and especially if you’re competing with Triple A, big name
    studios. Also, if I were you, I’d take a long, hard look on those Streets
    of Rage Remake mod videos and their producers.

  3. @team2bit What do they teach to kids these days!?!? There should also be a
    law that you have to be able to build at least a dirt house in Minecraft

  4. I have a few suggestions for you guys. The first suggestion is to make life
    gauges for ALL the bad guys, period. If the majority of the beat-em-ups of
    the 1980s and the 1990s can do it, then so should this game. Call me out on
    this minor gripe if you want team2bit, but even the modern-day beat-em-ups
    like Final Fight: Streetwise, Beat Down: Fist of Vengeance, God Hand,
    Shenmue, The Warriors, Castle Crashers, and innumerable Koei ones do it and
    they have as many, if not more, people on screen.

  5. The Bomber Games crew have a lot of talent, apparently so much that Sega
    essentially was embarassed that they had made a game that was superior to
    their old game (though, personally, I think that the Streets of Rage Remake
    could still use some more polish but that’s my two cents on the issue).
    Still, if I wanted to hire some additional talent, then I’d definitely give
    these guys a chance. I just want to know what you guys think about my
    ideas, so send a response to my post. Thanks.

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