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Will Fight For Food (PC) Review

 
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At a Glance...
 

Formats: PC
 
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Final Score
6.0
6/ 10


User Rating
1 total rating

 

We liked?


Nice Relationship System
Kind of funny at times

Not so much?


Brawling is not that great
Dialog options can be hit and miss


Final Fiendish Findings?

Will Fight For Food offers a nice break for the price and is well worth playing. The graphics and simplicity are not going to satisfy a major game craving but the dialog and relationship system have some value. The ability to play however you see fit is a nice addition. You may just be in a bad mood and want to fight your way to the top. You can do that. You can also talk your way though most situations or just go back through the dialog options to see what works best. Either way, Will Fight For Food is a game that everyone can enjoy. Just don’t forget to save your game every now and then. The auto saves just did not do it for me.

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Posted January 8, 2013 by

 
Full Fiendish Findings...
 
 

Will fight for food is a brawler style budget arcade game with a few RPG elements thrown in. Think TMNT but with wearable gear instead of pizza.

You play as Jared, a wrestler that gets so thoroughly trounced that he must leave town. After his pride heals up he decides to head back to town but finds it a very different place than when he left it. The WFF has taken over and now runs the joint. His old wrestling buddies now found themselves in various unfortunate situations and may or may not be excited that you are back and willing to do what you can.

Once you get past any need for visual stimulation, you can jump right in and start punching or talking you way through the game. Signs along the way will help you out with what buttons to press when you need them. The graphics and mild humor can bring up memories of a time when you did not necessarily need them to understand what is going on but they were a nice addition.

Brawling will produce some cool finger tapping moments but is not really where you want to be. It serves as good option if you would rather just beat someone down than go through the dialog options.

The game has a relationship system that appears to be driven by your actions, If you help someone or not, and by how you manage the dialog trees. Most conversations involve you trying to convince someone of something. You choose the body language, attitude, and direction you want to take the conversation. If your choices match up, you get your way. If not, you may still get your way but no relationship bonus.
There are also clothing items and such to collect along the way that help you with better stats. This is a simple system but it does well to beef you up a little for those fights that cannot be avoided.

Will Fight For Food offers a nice break for the price and is well worth playing. The graphics and simplicity are not going to satisfy a major game craving but the dialog and relationship system have some value. The ability to play however you see fit is a nice addition. You may just be in a bad mood and want to fight your way to the top. You can do that. You can also talk your way though most situations or just go back through the dialog options to see what works best. Either way, Will Fight For Food is a game that everyone can enjoy. Just don’t forget to save your game every now and then. The auto saves just did not do it for me.


Jeff