This year has been absolutely full of so-called fighting games. Street Fighter 6 came out last month and was much better than we expected (see our review). The wildly popular Mortal Kombat is set to release at the start of the new year (and it looks pretty darn good, check out our first impressions) and if it turns out to be timely, we might be able to get our hands on a new Tekken from Jeko this year.
However, the video game giant is now facing new competition. That’s right, the first issue of Zuck vs. Musk can’t compete with the production value of changing characters, as the last millennium has seen. And there aren’t that many fighters at all, there are only two of them on offer and neither of them look particularly appealing.
One fifty-two, admits to never strengthening and names his special trick a dream, because the answer is that the opponent will lie down and not move. This species is much better off physically, as far as stars are concerned.
Pesto Zuck vs. Musk: Techbro Beatdown is going to get quite a bit of attention, even outside of classic gaming media. He mocks the Internet spat between the richest man on the planet, Elon Musk, and the not-so-poor Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook. The two recently agreed to fight in the ring, and even when there was the highest possibility that nothing would ultimately come of it, the idea of two of the richest people in the world physically hurting each other was for amusement. of attractive plebs.
And that’s because he became the subject of video games, which you can play for free in your Internet browser (at these links). It’s just a simple variation of the old wrestling game, though you can have a few minutes of fun. So don’t defend him, but experienced developer Jason Kapalka, who helped the world with multi-million dollar hits like Bejeweled or Plants vs. Zombies.
There are only a few arrow keys and space bar to control, thanks to which you can move your fighter around the ring and, depending on the context of the situation, open some pretty effective holes. Of course, nothing will keep you glued to the screen for long, but considering it can be played in two or six, you can spend some time in the sun with the game.
What about media input, their protagonist decides not to read.
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