Realtech VR unleashes the Brotherhood of Violence for Android
We’ve been following Realtech VR since No Gravity hit Android, and their latest game looks to be one of the coolest games they’ve released. Brotherhood of Violence not only has an awesome name, it’s an awesome game that’s jam-packed with over 400 different opponents. Brotherhood of Violence is a fighting game with a helluva storyline. I won’t spoil it for you, but it’s epic and it looks like it continues throughout the game from what I’ve seen so far. Basically the story follows a former assassin that’s been sucked back into the game by a big bad Boss. They’ve kidnapped his brother and it’s up to you to help him get his bro back by kicking a lot of butt. The controls are fairly easy to pick up on as you’ll get a virtual stick for movement, and some attack buttons. Pretty standard stuff, and that’s basically the only thing “standard” about Brotherhood of Violence. The first thing that’s going to stand out about the game is the dialogue and there’s a lot of it. The best word I can think of to sum it up is “hilarious” and if you like old school Kung Fu movies you’ll be right at home in the world of Brotherhood of Violence. You just have to play it to see what I mean, not sure if it’s intentional, but it’s pretty damned funny. Character customization is another cool feature; there are 12 fighters in the game and you can customize them till your hearts content. No need to worry about depth either considering the game has you face off against 400+ opponents. It may sound to good to be true, but I’ve faced at least 8 in the first 5 minutes or so. Good stuff… Brotherhood of Violence isn’t going to be a fighting game for everyone, but it sunk its hooks into me quickly. The game is a little rough around the edges, but it’s full of non-stop action and it looks like it will keep you busy for ages. We will definitely be doing a full write-up on this insane little fighting game, until then I highly advise you to check it out. You can pick up Realtech VR’s Brotherhood of Violence for $3.89.