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Kick & Fennick

Kick & Fennick

Kick & Fennick

The gaming equivalent of a warning sign. Kick & Fennick We’d never even heard of the Jaywalkers Interactive developed precision platformer when it was announced as part of February’s free PlayStation Plus roster, and its smartphone-esque art style didn’t exactly instil us with confidence regarding the quality of the release. Fortunately, looks can be deceiving, and there are some nifty ideas lingering beyond this package’s vapid character models. You play as the wide eyed Kick, who looks like he’s stepped straight out of a Nazi propaganda poster. His perfect blonde mop and crystal eyes deny any kind of personality, and that’s fine, because beyond the fact that he happens upon a partially broken robot named Fennick, there’s not an enormous amount of plot to sink your teeth into here. With a broken battery, it’s up to you to escort your mechanical mate to the nearby Core Tower in the hopes of finding a new one. Oh, and you have a really big gun.

Kick & Fennick

Calm down, everyone it’s not that kind of gun. Kick & Fennick Instead, we’re talking about a great stonking plasma rifle, packed with plenty of recoil. The idea is that the armament can be used as a means to propel you into the air, making it a platforming instrument as much as a means of murder. You get two shots per leap, allowing you to effectively double-jump; time slows down while you’re aiming, which results in some neat looking sequences, as you soar through the air lining up shots. It’s pretty fun, too, but outside of the initial thrill, the game takes a little too long to get going. It does eventually introduce treadmills, portals, and bounce pads, but by the time that you reach them, you’ll be a little tired of flinging yourself around samey looking futuristic environments. It doesn’t help that the level design can be a bit too complex for its own good, meaning that, while there’s a pointer to guide you in the right direction, you’ll find yourself a little lost at times.


Release Date : February 3, 2015
Publisher : Jaywalkers Interactive
Developer : Jaywalkers Interactive
Region : USA
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RAR File Size : 784MB







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