'Gentlemen!' has a lot of potential, I presonally love brawler games. But there are multiple problems plaguing gentlemen's gameplay:
Firstly, many brawler games are enjoyed on consoles, but this one is solely designed for keyboard, now 4 people cramming there faces onto one screen ain't fun, and if you are lucky enough to own 4 individual keyboards and a USB Hub, you may enjoy this, but for me, 4 pairs of hands on one keyboard ain't fun.
Another problem is the lack of a Singleplayer ability, or atleast AI or the Computer to fill in the spot of missing players. I'm alone at home alot and I wanted to play this game, but my only choice is to play against myself, which isn't really fun.
If you're lucky enough to have 2-4 friends who like brawler games and atleast 2 keyboards, there's the problem with the gameplay.
Unlike other brawlers, this one has no health bars, it's one hit KO. There's no 'hit him alot and he'll rocketship into the void', infact there's no void at all, an enclosed area. Then without the health bars, the game gets really easy to gain the number of kills needed. Then there's the over-powered weapons, the Pigeon, once you get it, that's it, the opponents are done for. The Pigeon is a weapon that follows it's opponent around until it finally reaches it's target, at which time it explodes and kills the opponent. Think of that, but an infinite supply. Yeah.
I do aknowledge there are a variety of gamemodes, so that's a good thing.
Another thing is that this game is about gentlemen with facial hair, but the theme has no effect on the gameplay. It's just there. Hell, it could be butt-people and poo-men in crapland brawler and it would be the exact same game. The game should be unique, with special mustache abilities, or special attacks for each character and unlockables, but instead is a lousily finished brawler.
Unless you insist, try to stay away from that buy button, or buy it when there's a sale. Definitely not worth the money.
I will update this review as the game gets updated, but it seems the developers have thrown this aside as a side project.