What I liked:
- There’s plenty of fun to be had when played with friends and the wackiness of it doesn’t get dull anytime soon when played this way.
- I really enjoyed the presentation side of the game because it makes the gameplay even more fun and both the visuals and sound design give the game some uniqueness.
- The maps in the game have a decent amount of variety included in them and this makes every game you play feel completely different.
- I loved the way you move in the game because it gives off the impression of being drunk so expect to laugh a lot due to the awkwardness of your movement.
What I didn’t like:
- Whilst I enjoyed the awkward movement mechanics I didn’t enjoy the awkwardness of the controls because they did annoy me a little bit.
- In terms of content the game doesn’t have a huge amount for you to get to grips with so I recommend that you play the game in short bursts.
- Sometimes finding a game on multiplayer takes a very long time and it doesn’t always work well.
Does Drunk-Fu: Wasted Masters do enough to get a recommendation from me:
All in all I love Kung-Fu and I love being drunk so what do you get when you combine the two? You get the lovely little gem that is Drunk-Fu: Wasted Masters. This game isn’t going to win any awards nor is it the best game you’re ever going to play, but what it does do in droves is deliver a fun and humorous experience. If you’ve got a few friends doing nothing then I suggest you get on this game because you’ll enjoy yourself to the max. In fact you’ll enjoy yourself that much that you’ll forget about the shortcomings the game suffers with. In terms of me recommending the game to you it definitely does deserve a recommendation because it allows you to relax and have a silly time with your friends without taking itself too seriously and in the end that’s what I want every now and then because life is too serious a lot of the time.
I rate Drunk-Fu: Wasted Masters 7.5/10.
Written by: gerrardnum8 (Dean Martin)
Developer: Rusto Games
Publisher: Rusto Games
Release Date (Xbox One): August 17, 2018