Comments Shares There's a scene in Red Dead Redemption 2 where the main character stumbles across a fight club, in which a mob of outlaws and lowlifes have congregated around the makeshift arena that plays home to slews of bloody, brutish fistfights. The moment itself, funnily enough, harks back to Rockstar's Ballad of Gay Tony DLC from Grand Theft Auto 4when players themselves could partake in a series of underground boxing fights for money. It's no surprise, then, that Red Dead Online players are beginning to set up their own fight clubs, heavily inspired not just by Rockstar's back catalogue, but the iconic David Fincher film of the same name. Red Dead Redemption 2's multiplayer open world beta has only been live for two weeks, but the community has gathered around this trend as Rockstar's in-game economy goes back to the drawing board for some much needed reworking. Red Dead Online's fight clubs originally began life as chance encounters that escalated in multi-manned brawlswhich usually met an abrupt end when someone brought a gun to the punching match, but players are slowly beginning to officiate the melee tournaments with regulated, organised meet ups.
No one has rated this review as helpful yet Not Recommended 0. I guess I don't know what I expected from a 4 dollar unity game. I probably won't even waste my time trying to get my progress back, it's not worth it.
You're also not going to see any of those decent monsters for atleast more than 5 hours into the game, so yeah, unless you want to see the starter foxes and seagulls go against way stronger enemies for hours on end, have fun I guess.
The dev brags about dozens of animals, when in fact you're only going to see the starter few you can purchase for atleast hours into the game.
The fact you can't just mix and match them to begin with is stupid and makes you think you're getting something more fun than you are.
|Event Information||November 11, at PM PST Leave Blank Given the antimaterialist undertones of the movie Fight Club, it seems a little strange that it has been spun off into a video game, especially this long after the fact. Granted, Fight Club is a modern classic, and its surprising story, dark humor, and graphic depiction of raw fistfights still hit home today just as strongly as ever.|
|Videos & Images||Note: This is an update to my previous 1-star review Feb. The egregious data-deleting bug has probably been fixed as of the last update, finally making this fantastic game playable again!|
|Zombie Fight Club||This lackluster Tekken-clone doesn't do itself or the movie any justice.|
|Monster Fight Club||Thanks to the power of the Mix Machine you will be able to combine pairs of animals. The result?|
Honestly It's so boring I wouldn't just give it a bad review, but refund it completely if I had still had the chance to.
If you still find something to like about the game, good for you. Have a nice day and thanks for reading.
Between losing my save, the crashes, the locked content, how slow and boring it is