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LastFight lifts the classic gameplay of Capcom's Power Stone series and dumps it into an established comic book universe which it then entirely fails to utilise. It's sorely lacking in game modes and inexplicably fails to provide any online co-operative gameplay options.
The characters give Lastfight its personality, thriving off of its wacky cast and even wackier move-sets
Although LastFight is certainly a promising fighter, it doesn't quite do enough to bring the genre back.
LASTFIGHT isn't going to be taking the place of any other mainstream fighters on the market today, but it's a nice little deviation from the beaten path. Due to the game's repetitiveness, perhaps this one is best played in small doses, or even better, with a few mates and some beers.
Xbox has been crying out for a Power Stone type of fighting game, so it’s good to see LASTFIGHT filling that particular niche, but the game has a void of its own when it comes to content. Hopefully, that will be addressed by the developer Piranaking, but currently that does devalue LASTFIGHT in comparison to other fighting games on the market. Still, you do get a satisfying brawler that truly comes into its element at a party or with friends and family.