KickBeat - Special Edition Review

KickBeat – Special Edition Review

Published On November 4, 2014 | By Anthony Barker | Features

Marty brings our review for KickBeat – Special Edition.

From the developer of the brilliant Pinball FX comes a mash-up of fighter and rhythm action; Zen Studios presents Kickbeat for PlayStation 4. The game was initially on the Vita and PS3 in 2013, now on the next-gen platforms, the special edition is essentially the same game with improved resolution and frame rate.

The story revolves around Lee a martial arts student of Mister Fu (first name Kung?) who guards the sphere of music which contains all the songs in the world, even more than all the dodgy downloaded tracks you have on your iPod. In a series of events, all but eighteen of th…

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