Gourmet Warriors (QUBYte Classics) Review (PlayStation 5)

For this Gourmet Warriors (QUBYte Classics) Review, where the year is 20XX, World War III has occurred and decimated the planet. Recovering from nuclear war has not been easy as the citizens of Zeus Heaven Magic City, one of the few surviving metropolis centers, will tell you. Zeus is a world unto itself, a world of power and technology. A world with precious little food supplies. It is imperative to ingest protein in whatever food you can find in your journey. Bath, a secret organization bent on causing strife and violence, is growing its power every day, slowly taking over more and more of the city’s food supplies.

Gourmet Warriors (QUBYte Classics) Review

Gourmet Warriors (QUBYte Classics) Review Pros:

  • Decent 16-bit graphics.
  • 212.3MB download size.
  • Platinum trophy.
  • Five save slots.
  • Game filter settings – filter (sharp/CRT/HQ4X/Smooth), and screen mode (normal/fit/stretch).
  • Three difficulties – Mild, medium, and spicy.
  • You can bring up the main menu at any time with the shoulder buttons.
  • Local two-player co-op/multiplayer.
  • Three characters – Bonjour, Mademoiselle, and Tres Bien.
  • Side-scrolling beat them up in the same vein as Streets Of Rage or Final Fight.
  • Simple to learn controls.
  • You see the enemy’s health bar when attacking them.
  • Bonus characters pop up who you kill to get a clone of your character that then fights alongside you.
  • Cool locations.
  • Save when you want.
  • You can rebind controls at any time with the overlay menu.
  • Six levels to play through.
  • Each character has their own special move.
  • Pick up food from enemies.

Gourmet Warriors (QUBYte Classics) Review

GGourmet Warriors (QUBYte Classics) Review Cons:

  • No actual tutorial.
  • Difficult even on the lowest difficulty.
  • You don’t get told anything about your character or what their special move is.
  • Little replay value.

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Gourmet Warriors (QUBYte Classics) Review

Gourmet Warriors (QUBYte Classics):

Official website.

Developer: Winds

Publisher: Qubyte Interactive

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  • 7/10
    Graphics - 7/10
  • 7/10
    Sound - 7/10
  • 7/10
    Accessibility - 7/10
  • 7/10
    Length - 7/10
  • 7/10
    Fun Factor - 7/10

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