doc_shock.pngSome days you might want to play a game with amazing storytelling that expands your view of the world. Other days you might want to relax with a mindless bloodbath while watching a movie. And some days, you might just want to spend an hour playing something silly. Pyrodactyl Games's Will Fight for Food: Super Actual Sellout: Game of the Hour is perfect for the latter.

WFFF:SAS:GOTH seems to have been made using the same engine as Unrest, though similar-looking dialogue boxes is about the only thing the two games have in common. Where Unrest was a labor of love about regular people trying to survive in dangerous times, this game is more like a B-movie about a wrestler down on his luck. It does have a storyline, but it's loose and really just an excuse to let the player choose between beating up anywhere from literally every NPC in the game to nobody.

When I say literally every NPC in the game, I literally mean literally. The game is part RPG and part brawler, and the player can choose how far to swing in either direction. Going full punch out does, however, skip a lot of funny dialogue. A lot of the humor is random in a good way, particularly in interactions with extra NPCs and as part of side quests, but everything fits together reasonably. The game is also only about an hour long, making it easy to play in one session or replay to try different ways of playing.

There's not a lot more I can say about the game. The video above and their previous trailer do an excellent job of showing off the game, so you should be able to tell pretty easily if Will Fight for Food: Super Actual Sellout: Game of the Hour is right for you. It's available now for $5.99 directly from Pyrodactyl Games or on Steam.

[Pyrodactyl Games]