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Megabyte Punch is a fighting/beat ‘em up game in which you build your own fighter! As you travel through different environments, you battle other creatures to get their parts. Parts have their own powers and bonuses, like gun arms for a shoot ability or powerful hips for a devastating pelvic thrust attack.
Fecha de lanzamiento: 15 de Oct, 2013
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“So. F***ing. Good.”
Rock, Paper, Shotgun

“Kicking a robot so hard that it tears through the air at high speed and crashes into the wall, destroying parts of it in the process. Beautiful.”
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Megabyte Punch is a fighting/beat ‘em up game in which you build your own fighter!

As you travel through different environments, you battle other creatures to get their parts. Parts have their own powers and bonuses, like gun arms for a shoot ability or powerful hips for a devastating pelvic thrust attack. Then, using the abilities of your customized fighter, you can compete in the tournament or battle against other players in a destructible arena.

The game takes place in an computer world where you protect the Heartcore of your village against the likes of the Valk Empire and the dreaded Khoteps in 6 different levels with each 3 stages and a boss fight!

Key Features

  • Chunky stylish graphics.
  • 6 unique electro-worlds with boss fights
  • 150 parts to collect and endless combinations to customize your character.
  • Pumpin' Electro Soundtrack.
  • Compete in the tournament for rare parts.
  • Up to 4 player local co-op and versus mode.

Requisitos del sistema (PC)

    Minimum:
    • OS: XP or higher
    • Processor: Core 2 Duo 2GHz+
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 256 MB Video Memory
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Hard Drive: 400 MB available space

Requisitos del sistema (MAC)

    Minimum:
    • OS: OS X 10.6.8
    • Processor: Core 2 Duo 2GHz+
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 256 MB Video Memory
    • Hard Drive: 400 MB available space

Requisitos del sistema (Linux)

    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.4
    • Processor: Core 2 Duo 2GHz+
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 256 MB Video Memory
    • Hard Drive: 400 MB available space
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Pros:
- Super Smash Bros + MegaMan + Medabots = Megabyte Punch!! increible convinación
- Bastante original
- Mucha personalización en tu robot
- Gráficos bonitos, requiere poco PC, y buena pero no sobresaliente OST
- Cooperativo y versus hasta 4 jugadores en el mismo PC

Contras:
- Muuuuuuucha falta de un modo online, una gran cagada, no les costaba añadir un simple modo online de por lo menos "open port + host/join", ni con Hamachi se puede porque no se puede jugar en red, solo local; es algo indignante

Nota: 8.5
Publicado: 17 de Junio
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A 1 de 1 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Un juego que combina muy bien las plataformas con mecánicas de lucha personalizable. El apartado artístico, tanto a nivel visual como musical es sobresaliente, simple pero resultón y con su propia belleza pixelada. A nivel jugable me recordó mucho al Sonic Battle de GBA mezclado con plataformas y exploración.

La historia no deja de ser anecdótica y nada sorprendente, pero realmente donde destaca Megabyte Punch es en la personalización. Un montón de partes a conseguir, colores y habilidades:

Puedes perfectamente hacerte un Megac especializado en saltar y equiparlo con 5 saltos consecutivos para llegar a todos lados, u otro completamente blindado que se abra paso a martillazos. Puedes hacerte uno que corra mucho y marcarte buenos speedruns o puedes crear un arsenal en miniatura que dispare 3 o 4 tipos de proyectiles. También puedes hacerte un invocador y sacar un par de aliados, plantar minas y crear pequeños muros.

El juego no es muy largo, aunque si quieres conseguir todas las partes, colores y secretos deberás echarle unas buenas horas. Además el Modo Tournament ofrece buenas recompensas y grandes retos donde probar tus builds y disfrutar de la variedad que Megabyte Punch ofrece a nivel jugable.

La IA de los enémigos funciona bastante bien, aunque tienen momentos muy extraños y pequeñas vulnerabilidades; aun así no es un juego que me parezca sencillo o facilón. Recomiendo aprender a utilizar bien el escudo de energía desde el principio.

Además puedes jugar partidas de 1-4 jugadores en el mismo PC, lo cual siempre se agradece cuando viene algún amigo a casa ya que muchos juegos tienen este extra abandonado (sobretodo en PC).

Me quedaré aun un tiempo intentado desbloquear todas las partes especiales del Torneo, y esperando noticias sobre una segunda parte o expansión :)
Publicado: 11 de Julio
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A 8 de 8 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Megabyte Punch comes within inches of being a truly great game. It takes a working formula and overhauls it with loads of customization, while cutting out unneeded mechanics. This creates a fast-paced fighting game with a fun adventure game stacked on top. Unfortunately, the lack of ability to create your own custom matchups as well as the lack of online multiplayer drags the game down to being merely "really good".

The meat of the game revolves around exploring levels, destroying enemies, and taking their broken parts as your own. The game uses a Super Smash Bros. style damage system, where the more damage a character has, the further an attack will send them flying. Non-boss adversaries can be destroyed by bashing them against a wall at high enough velocities, while bosses are fought in a classic Sumo-wrestling slugfest.

The game is much more fast-paced than Super Smash Bros. and actively encourages building combos; A skill you'll need to master if you want to defeat bosses or win the tournament. As an aside, smacking an enemy hard enough to send them destructively cratering through the terrain is extremely satisfying.

Fallen enemies will drop either currency or one of their body parts, which you can install on your own character. Each part has a different ability attatched to it, ranging from increasing the number of double jumps you have to giving you a chaingun for an arm. You can have drills attatched to all of your limbs, allowing you to tear through destructable blocks with ease... or you can equip a bunch of parts that increase your damage output, turning you into a close-range terror. It's even possible to build a perfect replica of every humanoid character in the game - even the shopkeeper and the final boss!

The presentation uses chunky 3D models and colorful if not cliche environments - the overrall presentation manages to evoke some level of nostalgia without looking like a ♥♥♥♥ty NES game. More people need to figure out that this is possible.

The soundtrack is similarilly modern-nostalgic, combining the composition of chiptune music with modern synthesizers and drumkits. While I do feel that some of the level themes are a bit too cliche for their own good (looking at you, Ancient Tech Ruins) the overall soundtrack is pretty catchy, and in some cases, pretty hype too.

Now, as with any good game, Megabyte Punch has some serious flaws. Firstly, finding some rare parts doesn't involve "finding" them so much as going through the same level over and over again until you randomly encounter a version of the enemy carrying that part. I must have played through Frostbyte Deep five times before one of the enemies decided to spawn with the Frostbyte Leg part. Additionally, while the game does tell you that certain rare parts can only be won in the tournament, it does not tell you that certain postgame parts can only be found in the shop... the shop which only carries duplicates of parts you already have 99% of the time.

Another flaw with the game is the predictability of the AI. It's unfair to expect AAA-level brilliance from a game made by two guys, but the fact that I can repeatedly spam the Submachine Gun until the enemy shields, break said shield, and then KO them with a tornado kick without fail is a bit... disappointing. Additionally, the boss opponents become easilly confused when faced with more than one player character, rendering them unable to decide who to attack. And any enemy with a plasma cannon will annoyingly spam projectiles.

All of these flaws are forgiveable. The game was made by two programmers and one composer, give them a break. However, there is ONE flaw with this game that I absolutely do not understand: there is no online multiplayer in Megabyte Punch. The official reason for this is that neither of the programmers had any prior knowledge of netcode and they didn't want to incorporate a flawed feature, so they left it out entirely instead. As far as co-op adventure mode or random matchmaking goes, this seems like a rational desicion. But can't I at least play peer-to-peer versus mode with a friend? I want to see what kind of character they've built, and I want to see how they fight, but I can't. For a PC exclusive fighting game, this is completely absurd.

Despite the glaring flaws in the game's design, however, I still had a crapload of fun with Megabyte Punch. The game's customization and two singleplayer game modes add a ton of replay value to the game, especially if you like to experiment with building new characters. If you're a fan of Super Smash Bros. style fighting, Cave Story style exploration, and Custom Robo style character building, I seriously suggest you play this game.

Oh yeah, and when the wise old robot tells you to seek out Three Flowers, keep in mind that they're stacked vertically. Now go kick some walking robo-heads!
Publicado: 12 de Julio
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A 8 de 8 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Megabyte Punch is a pretty good Super Smash Brothers clone where players get to build their fighters and their moves from the ground up. The fighting game play doesn't feel as "tight," as SSB's, but it's definitely fun.

It's also a whole lot of game. It's a split-screen co-op platformer, a customization / building game, and a tournament fighting game. Unfortunately, owners may find that they have to invest considerable time platforming to build a suitable stable of parts before the tournament game gets interesting.

I think a hard-core SSB player will find Megabyte-Punch to be runner-up to the original, but if a Nintendo is nowhere to be found, this game will still be a welcome addition to a couch party.
Publicado: 9 de Junio
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A 5 de 6 personas (83%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Wonderful game that feels like the Super Smash Brothers Brawl Campian (Sub Space Emmisary) done wonderfully with a hint of Megaman in the music and platforming type. Easily one of my new favorite platformers. 9.5 / 10 strongly recommend.
Publicado: 5 de Junio
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