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Final Vendetta


Format: PS4 / PS5
Publisher: Numskull Games
Developer: Bitmap Bureau
RRP: £19.99
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Age Restrictions: 12+
Release Date: 17 June 2024

The notorious “Syndic8” gang are slowly taking control of the capital and have kidnapped Claire Sparks’ younger sister. Unfortunately for them, Claire will do whatever it takes to get her back and crush anyone who stands in her way! She teams up with her two friends (and housemates) - retired pro-wrestler Miller T. Williams and Duke Sancho, the streetwise bare-knuckle fighter. Together they must battle and brawl their way through the mean streets of London in a risky mission to reunite Claire with her sister...


Traverse the mean streets and underground of London

Final Vendetta is an action packed beat ‘em up for 1 or 2 players in the vein of classic arcade titles. Featuring stunning pixel art and a thumping soundtrack with exclusive tracks from Utah Saints, brawl with bad dudes and tough girls as you fight through dangerous environments.

You can choose to play as Claire Sparks, a student and martial arts expert, who has become unwillingly embroiled in the rescue of her sister. Or how about Duke Sancho?, a quick-witted, bare-knuckle fighter from London, earning his nickname after a brawl in the Duke of Wellington pub. And lets not forget the towering figure of Miller T. Williams; a Canadian ex-pro wrestler, controversially removed from competitions for use of excessive force.

There are six areas to navigate as you traverse the mean streets and underground of London on your quest to rescue Claire's sister.


Fight through dangerous environments

Over the years I've played many a game that owes its existence to classic arcade games. And very occasionally I'll happen upon a game that captures all of the thrill and excitement that I once experienced in the arcades. Final Vendetta really does capture the nostalgia of a bygone age. But it's only going to appeal to fans of the genre.

£20 might seem a little steep, but if you see it on sale for under a tenner, then I whole heartedly recommend you snap it up. It's keep you entertained for a few days.


Nick Smithson

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