Capoeira Fighter 3: Ultimate World Tournament
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Plenty of unique characters to choose from
As with all successful fighting simulators, a big piece of the cake goes to character variety and in Capoeira Fighter 3: Ultimate World Tournament that’s what you get. There are over 25 fighters to choose from, each with his or her fighting style and special moves.
Initially around half of them are available to take into the ring, with the rest become available after you purchase them using the in-game credits you earn. Obviously, they are worth the effort as they look awesome and deliver some terrific moves.
Plenty of game modes to keep you constantly challenged
In Capoeira Fighter 3: Ultimate World Tournament you can choose to play against an AI controlled character or you can share the keyboard with a friend and see who emerges victorious. Together you can engage in 2V2 fights, and modes such as Knock Out, Ring King, Ring of Fire, Money Game, Hot Potato and Ring Out, each with its specific winning conditions.
As far as gameplay goes, Capoeira Fighter 3: Ultimate World Tournament performs excellent. Controls are very responsive and if you manage to move your fingers accurately enough you can perform some pretty sweet combos. Just like each character is unique, so are the combos they put together, and the best part is, you get plenty to choose from.
Visually, the game isn’t impressive, the graphics could use an update but as far as animations go, they’re very smooth and seem to flow perfectly. It doesn’t look great but the fights do turn out to be so.
Unleash the capoeira warrior within
To sum things up, Capoeira Fighter 3: Ultimate World Tournament is a really fun game to play if you’re looking for a fast-paced fighting simulator. It has its dose of realism when it comes to moves and of course, it has plenty of over the top ones as well.
Capoeira Fighter 3: Ultimate World Tournament was reviewed by Alexandru Chirila, last updated on November 26th, 2014