Vengeance of Mr. Peppermint Review (Steam)
For this Vengeance of Mr. Peppermint Review, we embody a hard-boiled detective seeking bloody justice. in an old-school, Korean-style beat-’em-up. Plow through the criminal underworld to find and punish those responsible for his sister’s death…before his mind unravels and his vengeance completely destroys him.
Vengeance of Mr. Peppermint Review Pros:
- Decent pixel art graphics.
- 1.01GB download size.
- Steam achievements.
- Full controller support.
- Graphics and game settings – resolution, fullscreen, time slowdown, and text-to-speech.
- Accessibility settings – audio cues, and loud footsteps.
- You can rebind controls for both the keyboard and the controller buttons.
- In-game cutscenes.
- Fighting gameplay.
- 2D perspective.
- The game is an all-out brawler with you performing combos with your light and heavy attacks.
- You can pick up weapons and parts of the environment to use on enemies.
- The game is broken up into film-like chapters.
- Grab stunned enemies to throw them, perform a beat-down fatality, and you can hold the enemy and run around using them as a shield.
- Has a strong Oldboy vibe with the story and gameplay.
- You can scare enemies with your attacks and this opens them up to an attack.
- Do environmental kills like placing the enemies on a hook.
- Stamina is used to block attacks and timing it right gives you an opening.
- Meaty combat.
- You can roll around to avoid damage or cut down the distance.
- Dojang is a wave-based mode where you kill X amount of enemies and then have a comical breather break.
- You can replay sections of the story.
- Cool-looking locations.
Vengeance of Mr. Peppermint Review Cons:
- Very mashy.
- The combat takes a while to get used to from the punch distance to timing the combo inputs and breaking enemy blocks.
- The story difficulty is up and down constantly and you don’t have a set difficulty option.
- Enemies can get cheap shits in from the sides of the screen.
- Had many instances where the game thought I had finished when I hadn’t and the enemies still attacked me despite doing no damage but I could proceed.
- The elite like enemies are just annoying and stressful to do with.
- Picking up weapons doesn’t have an animation so you are never sure if you have it.
- A very plain feeling experience.
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Vengeance of Mr. Peppermint:
Developer: Hack The Publisher
Publisher: Freedom Games
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- Graphics - 8/108/10
- Sound - 8/108/10
- Accessibility - 7/107/10
- Length - 8/108/10
- Fun Factor - 8/108/10
Vengeance of Mr. Peppermint is a game that offers a unique blend of features and gameplay elements.
The game boasts decent pixel art graphics and provides full controller support. It also offers a range of graphics and game settings, including resolution, fullscreen, time slowdown, and text-to-speech. The game also has accessibility settings such as audio cues and loud footsteps.
The game is an all-out brawler where you perform combos with your light and heavy attacks. You can pick up weapons and parts of the environment to use on enemies. The game is broken up into film-like chapters. You can grab stunned enemies to throw them, perform a beat-down fatality, and you can hold the enemy and run around using them as a shield.
However, the game does have its drawbacks. The combat takes a while to get used to from the punch distance to timing the combo inputs and breaking enemy blocks. The story difficulty is up and down constantly and you don’t have a set difficulty option. Enemies can get cheap shots in from the sides of the screen.
Despite these issues, Vengeance of Mr. Peppermint offers a unique gaming experience with its blend of features and gameplay elements. It’s a game that may appeal to those who enjoy brawler games and are looking for a new challenge. And anyone who wants to live out their Oldboy fantasy.