You know, the Shantae delay was a blessing, the people who biught it on Steam eneded up having to buy the Ultimate Edition all over again since they didn't offer an upgrade path at all.
As to this game, it doesn't look bad, but when a brand new $30 game has fewer features than the $5 update of River City Ransom that came out years ago...
Well, it seems REALLY overpriced to not have so many things the game it's based on already provides.
I agree, i watched some gameplay videos on Youtube and the game doesn't look bad, but it is a little too much, 19.99 as a listprice might be better.
The recomm. is too high imho: an i7-3770 ( base 3.4 ghz) for a game like this ? ( unity i guess)
somehow i believe beat em up ups like this can run on 2.5 GHZ , no i7 needed, a decent i7 is for the more demanding games, i've played some demos that had more advanced an heavy graphics and ran well on a i5 - 2. 66 ghz quad ( my old i5 750)
Product Collection Legacy Intel® Core™ Processors
Code Name Products formerly Ivy Bridge
Vertical Segment Desktop
Processor Number i7-3770
Launch Date Q2'12
Lithography 22 nm
Use Conditions PC/Client/Tablet
Recommended Customer Price$272.00 - $305.00
# of Cores 4
# of Threads 8
Processor Base Frequency 3.40 GHz
Max Turbo Frequency 3.90 GHz
Cache 8 MB SmartCache
Bus Speed 5 GT/s DMI
TDP 77 W
Anyway i have Bud Spencer and Terence Hill Slaps And Beans on Steam ( requires client so i wont play it but bought it cause i liked the game)
Unless they changed it, the classic white effect on hitting characters can be turned of ( in the Bud Spencer and Terence Hill Slaps And Beans game) , if every game had an option like that, i'd be buying more games)