Battle it out with Stick Fight: The Game on Xbox

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What exactly do you want from a game called Stick Fight: The Game? Do you highly detailed visuals, a banging soundtrack and a narrative that will keep you immersed for years on end? Or do you just want the chance to batter the hell out of your stick figure mates, all in hope of becoming the champion of the sticks? If it’s the latter, you’re going to be well sorted. 

Triple-A blockbuster Stick Fight: The Game is not. But hey, don’t let that put you off from the madness that it promises. Priced up at £6.29 from the Xbox Store and pushed out to the gaming masses via the Landfall team, Stick Fight: The Game is summed up beautifully via the title. 

It has you taking charge of a little stick figure, left to try and get one up on the plethora of other stick figures that. Inspired by the golden age of the internet, when visuals were a little bit, well, simpler than modern days, this little brawler will see you fighting it out forever more. 

Working both online and local couch capabilities, Stick Fight: The Game looks to be pretty much all you could ever want for those party sessions, when you’re looking for cheap games that you can stick on a play rotation. The premise won’t confuse a soul and the gameplay itself seems simple enough that anyone of any age could well pick it up. 

If you fancy getting involved in Stick Fight: The Game and have an Xbox One or Xbox Series X|S to hand, grab a download from the Xbox Store

Game Description:

Stick Fight is a physics-based couch/online fighting game where you battle it out as the iconic stick figures from the golden age of the internet. Fight it out against your friends or find random sticks from around the world!  

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