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Okinawa Rush

Pixelheart, Storybird, No Gravity Games
Oct 21, 2021 - Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, PC

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IGN Italy
7.7 / 10
God is a Geek
8 / 10
15 / 20
Pure Nintendo
7.5 / 10
9 / 10
PSX Extreme
9.3 / 10
Nindie Spotlight
6.5 / 10
Rapid Reviews UK
4 / 5
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Okinawa Rush Trailers

Okinawa Rush Final Trailer - PS4/X1/STEAM/SWITCH | PixelHeart thumbnail

Okinawa Rush Final Trailer - PS4/X1/STEAM/SWITCH | PixelHeart

Okinawa Rush Trailer Standard Edition - PS4/X1/SWITCH | PixelHeart thumbnail

Okinawa Rush Trailer Standard Edition - PS4/X1/SWITCH | PixelHeart

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Critic Reviews for Okinawa Rush

A fast and addicting mix between a platform game and a brawler, with a very nice aestetic that reminds me of the '90 computer action game.

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A love letter to days of ninja platforming past, Okinawa Rush is a tough-as-teak challenge that will keep you glued to your Switch.

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15 / 20

The title can be a good little entertainment with a fairly generous replayability thanks to the different degrees of difficulty precisely and an arcade mode worthy of seducing the most masochistic among you.

Review in French | Read full review

Okinawa Rush is a fun albeit repetitive game whose nonstop fighting action shows why the SNES era was so great. Fantastic retro vibes in terms of music, too.

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Okinawa Rush attracted me the moment I played it and dragged me in with its visceral, fast paced powerful battles. You won't find a developed story or a stellar soundtrack, but sound design in combat is top tier, with each hit feeling like it's forceful enough to crush skulls. If a dark, gruesome brawler that empowers you to be a badass is what you're itching for, then Okinawa Rush is just the right scratch for you.

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With nine endings, a co-op campaign, a plethora of things to unlock, and a light touch of Dark Souls RPG elements, Okinawa Rush is one game that I can see both fans and non-fans of the genre sinking a good chunk of time into, if not for conventional reasons, then for the sheer variety and ambition on display here.

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What's a shame to me with Okinawa Rush is that beyond some flaws that are frustratingly hard to ignore there can be pretty intense moments of side-scrolling brawler fun where it does work pretty well...

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Much like Shadow Gangs, Okinawa Rush is an arcade-inspired action-platformer that showcases a ninja on a journey to save their family. This title stands out because of the varying and tough-to-master character capabilities. Is this ninja game a standout hit? Or does it blend into the background? Find out in this Rapid Review.

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