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Pocket Bravery

Statera Studio, PQube
Aug 31, 2023 - Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Hardcore Gamer
3.5 / 5
Rectify Gaming
7 / 10
Hey Poor Player
3.5 / 5
7 / 10
8 / 10
6 / 10
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Pocket Bravery Trailers

Pocket Bravery | Launch Trailer thumbnail

Pocket Bravery | Launch Trailer

Pocket Bravery | Hector | Gameplay Trailer thumbnail

Pocket Bravery | Hector | Gameplay Trailer

Pocket Bravery | Jorge | Gameplay Trailer thumbnail

Pocket Bravery | Jorge | Gameplay Trailer

Pocket Bravery Screenshots

Critic Reviews for Pocket Bravery

Pocket Bravery is a valiant attempt to pay tribute to the classic fighting games of old while still providing a modern twist, offering up a ton of various modes, options, extra content and more.

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Rectify Gaming

7 / 10.0
Rectify Gaming

Pocket Bravery melds the essence of classic fighters like “Street Fighter” and “Mortal Kombat” into a cohesive, enjoyable experience. While it may not match the scale and depth of these iconic franchises in all aspects, it successfully pays homage to their legacy while carving out its unique identity.

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Pocket Bravery is still a fresh take on the chibi fighter genre and an absolute blast to play through. Hopefully, we get to see more fighting games from this Statera Studio down the road and maybe even some future character releases. If battling with mighty mini brawlers is your jam, or if you’re just a lover of all things fighting games like myself, don’t hesitate to pick up this tiny titan.

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Pocket Bravery is an impressive fighter with a great roster of complex characters and a suite of fun modes and helpful tools. If only the characters looked as good as the flowing moves and strikes.

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Pocket Bravery doesn't present major innovations to the genre and may not reach the same highlight as big names in the industry. However, it's a charismatic fighting game with a distinctive art style, having captivating characters and a really interesting, well-written story. Though a few technical issues may hinder it, it offers a fun and functional mechanical experience. It's a great homage to fighting games and it shows the talent of yet another studio from our country.

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Unknown Author
6 / 10.0

Pocket Bravery charges into an arena full of heavyweights and manages to land a few convincing blows, proving there is room for the little guy in the land of the giants. The Neo Geo-inspired visuals sock you in the mouth as soon as the bell rings, and the soundtrack and character design land as a flurry of blows throughout too. There’s an impressive number of modes to entertain a single player, including a wonderful tutorial and training mode, but sadly, you may be hard pressed to find any folks to play with online, which severely hampers the long term appeal and hurts my willingness to recommend it, in spite of all positives. Ultimately, Pocket Bravery can’t lift the championship belt, but boy, does it land a few haymakers along the way.

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