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Review: Treachery in Beatdown City

April 03, 2020 1 min read

In an age where games often come as a form of escapism, it’s interesting to see one built around an over-the-top brawler intertwined with today’s social realities. However, Treachery in Beatdown City does just that -- it’s a beat-'em-up street fighting action game at its core with a campy attitude that likens toBad Dudes, sprinkled with a hefty dose of pointed realism.

With disgruntled citygoers, outspoken racists, the evolving landscape of hipsters, gentrification, and the rising gig economy, it’s no wonder everyone is raging and ready to fight.

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