99Vidas header image
Want
Played
Favorite

99Vidas

QUByte Interactive
Dec 22, 2016 - PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, PlayStation Vita, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5
Fair

OpenCritic Rating

67

Top Critic Average

33%

Critics Recommend

ZTGD
6 / 10
Push Square
7 / 10
ZTGD
6 / 10
PlayStation Universe
6.5 / 10
FNintendo
6 / 10
Digital Chumps
7.5 / 10
Pure Nintendo
7 / 10
Spaziogames
7 / 10
Spread the word:

Fanatical


99Vidas Media

99Vidas - The Game: Official Gameplay Trailer (2016) thumbnail

99Vidas - The Game: Official Gameplay Trailer (2016)

99Vidas Screenshot 1
99Vidas Screenshot 2


Critic Reviews for 99Vidas

It is a solid, if not uninspired beat 'em up that delivers exactly what it promises. I would have loved to see online co-op and better paced levels. As it sits though this is a solid purchase for anyone who grew up with games like Streets of Rage or Final Fight.

Read full review

99Vidas is an affectionate homage to scrolling beat em ups of the 80s and 90s. It's also a fun game to spend an afternoon with, regardless of age and skill. There's not a lot of content and you can run through the story mode in a few hours, but local and online co-op, unlockable characters, and the promise of more levels should give it some lasting appeal.

Read full review

This genre is for a special crowd of players that either love the genre or have loved it since they were kids. They're not the deepest experiences, and they are definably better with friends. Playing alone can be a bit of a drag, as some levels go on longer then needed. Though bring a few friends, get on the couch, have some snacks and enjoy a few hours of old school arcade fun. Sometimes that's all you need.

Read full review

99 Vidas is a perfectly charming, if uneven take on the side-scrolling brawler that spends far too much time with one eye on the past rather than looking to the future of the genre.

Read full review

99Vidas is rather competent at the old-school beat'em up genre and has a good art style and soundtrack to match. On the experience level, however, there are frustrating elements which are particularly noticeable on single player and which end up making 99Vidas a more lacklustre experience compared to some of its peers.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

While the beat 'em up genre will be lost on most gamers, and the story experience isn't that long in 99Vidas to keep some engaged, there is still some fun to be had in this game. It kicks up some nostalgia of what once was cool in the arcades and at home during the 16-bit war, while trying to mix in some new material and motivation to keep the experience going. QUByte did a good job with their action title, so definitely give it a look.

Read full review

Not hugely unique but definitely engaging, 99 Vidas is an excellent tribute to side-scrollers, brawlers and some of the past three decades' standout games.

Read full review

99Vidas managed to surprise us: a product that fans of the beat 'em up genre should look into. Being a low budget indie we're satisfied as it is, even if it could have been even better.

Review in Italian | Read full review