Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout has been one of the hottest games to come out this year. It’s a fast-paced, comedy action game where you play as Vincent, a struggling photographer who lives and works in New York City. You must find out who’s been screwing with your brother’s head (and vice versa). Your mission is simple: find out who’s been putting your friend into dangerous situations. To do that, you’ll need to use a variety of gimmicks and special items.
The first thing you’ll notice upon entering the game is that Vincent is, indeed, “in a battle to the death” against his nemesis, a menacing masked maniac who makes the streets of Manhattan a dangerous place to be. You’ll have to use a variety of weapons and vehicles to beat out each level’s set of obstacles. As you move forward through each level, the screen will turn red, indicating the current enemy location and your options for defeating them.
Vincent is a struggling photographer that wants to start over in life. To get out of a small studio and pursue a career in photography, he’s joined forces with two other friends to form a new company. When a tragic accident takes Vincent out of the picture, however, he stumbles towards greatness – and onto a path that leads him back into the world of gaming. Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout takes you on a journey to see what it takes to stumble towards greatness. As Vincent, you’ll need to use your wits to fight your way through each level’s obstacle courses and beat out all the fighters who want to take you down.
The story begins with Vincent and two of his closest friends, Paul and Damon, having a blast skateboarding through a series of obstacle courses set up by a company called Smalls O’clock. They’re tearing through the course when they run into a street riot and are knocked off their bikes. The crowd wants to disperse them, but Vincent wants to continue, so he dives headfirst into the chaos. He gets himself surrounded by the mob, and Paul has to dive-bomb his way through the crowds to reach Vincent.
gameplay involves the use of various weapons and vehicles to move through the different stages of the game. Each stage is designed to test your mettle and build up your confidence as you strive to complete all the challenges at each level. For example, in the “Stumble” course, you’ll need to find the quickest way to cross a bridge while avoiding falling debris. On the “Dive” course, you’ll need to carefully glide through a series of shallow waterfalls, while avoiding obstacles like logs and barrels. Vincent’s high score is based on how many obstacles he can avoid and how high he can jump, while Paul’s is based on how many cans he can pop on his way to victory.
This time around, Vincent and his friends have a new way to advance through the obstacle courses and score points – earning unique rewards for every obstacle they clear. They even have a “World Tour” type of competition in which players compete against each other to earn the highest score. Players can earn bronze, silver, and even platinum by participating in these limited-time events, which makes this version of Ultimate Knockout much more interesting than its predecessors.
In addition to these unique rewards, though, gamers can also earn special items for each obstacle course they clear. These include ” sneakers,” which give players the ability to run faster on certain courses. These are useful in the following round, as you’ll want to be able to move as quickly and efficiently as possible to finish your opponents off. And, as another incentive, each time you successfully complete an obstacle course, you earn three health points that can be used to replenish your life meter after around.
The Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout offers some interesting twists on an old theme. It offers the same exciting gameplay found in other fall guys games, but it adds a few unique features that make the game stand out from the rest. If you’re tired of traditional, arcade style gaming, this is the game for you. Available for a limited time on the Nintendo Wii, this is one game that needs to be seen to be truly appreciated.