KickBeat: Steam Edition Crack/Patch

KickBeat: Steam Edition KickBeat offers players several innovative ways to interact with music. The game combines beat-matching mechanics with an acrobatic style of martial arts, turning every song into a raucous battle. The game also features a music analyzer that allows players to create new tracks from their own music libraries.

Download KickBeat: Steam Edition Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 68 / 100
User rating
7.5
Downloads 896
Genre Action, Miscellaneous, Rhythm, Music
Company / Developer
Zen Studios / Zen Studios

KickBeat: Steam Edition reviews ( 2 )

Nerokin, Nov 24, 2015

Rhythm-Based ♥♥♥-Kicker Overall: 62% (114.2 / 185) ---------- Aesthetics ---------- Animations 6.7/10 Atmosphere 5.0/10 Graphics 6.0/10 Level Design 5.0/10 Overlays 6.5/10 ------------- 58% (29.2 / 50) ---------- Audio ---------- Sound Effects 6.0/10 Music 8.5/10 ------------- 73% (14.5 / 20) ---------- Functionality ---------- Performance 10.0/10 Stability 10.0/10 ------------- 100% (20.0 / 20) ---------- Gameplay ---------- Balance 7.0/10 Controls 7.5/10 Replay Value 7.5/10 Variety 3.0/10 ------------- 50% (25.0 / 50) ---------- Writing ---------- Story 5.0/10 Text 7.0/10 Tutorial 2.0/5 ------------- 56% (14.0 / 25) ---------- Other ---------- Cost-Benefit Ratio 1.5/5 System Requirements 2.5/5 User Rating 6.5/10 ------------------- 53% (10.5 / 20)

Overvulture, Nov 9, 2015

A very cool idea that needed better execution. For the first little while, on very low difficulties, it seemed like a lot of fun. Mixing a rhythm game with a beat 'em up is something that could have worked great, but rather than try to create some sort of unique gameplay style instead it's pretty much just a cluttered, gaudy version of DDR. The visual design is extremely messy, often obscuring the intended button presses with too many effects and flashing lights, especially in later stages. The timing and rhythm of the notes/strikes also frequently feels off, not following the same logic as other rhythm games. Worst of all, the soundtrack is small and only covers a few musical genres, some of which I don't personally enjoy. Had potential, didn't realize it.