PQube to Publish Retro-Inspired Fighting Game Pocket Bravery

    Featuring rollback netcode.

    PQube will publish Statera Studio-developed fighting game Pocket Bravery, which releases in 2023 for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam.

    Here’s an overview of the upcoming Pocket Bravery fighting game via PQube:

    In the world of Pocket Bravery, there are a few who are able to throw energy through their hands, others reinforce their muscles, and certain specialists transfer their essence to objects and weapons.

    Following our protagonist Nuno and several other characters investigating the criminal organization Matilha, Pocket Bravery explores a story of revenge through the eyes of multiple characters, with alternative paths available to the player.
    Travel to Iconic Worldwide Stages!
    Choose from 12 different characters each with their own personalities and strengths as you battle across 20 unique stages from around the world.
    Select from various stages such as New York, Beijing, Glasgow, Japan and more, each with fantastic pixel visuals and animated backgrounds!
    Unique Gameplay Systems
    Elemental System – Through this system, it is possible to execute elemental attacks that have different characteristics from your characters natural elemental affinity and bring new offensive or defensive possibilities for the player.
    Taunt System – During a match, provocations can bring big advantages and disadvantages! Depending on the characters’ personality or relationship, different reactions can occur, so be careful! During the taunt animation, the character is still vulnerable, so make sure you’re not opening yourself up to a devastating attack!
    Breaker System – At the cost of half the elemental bar (or the full elemental bar if you are not guarding), utilizing a breaker is the best defense against an opponent’s pressure. When blocking or being hit, use this to turn the tables!
    Local and Online Multiplayer

    Featuring rollback netcode, online and local matches are instant and seamless, with near-zero latency!

    With completely hand-drawn pixel art visuals and dynamic and responsive gameplay, Pocket Bravery focuses on the characters’ animations and movement with the aim to get ultimate fluidity during matches.

    Lastly, check out the announcement below:

    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Deputy Editor in Chief of Final Weapon and a News Writer at Game Rant. With a passion for the Japanese gaming industry, Raul is a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs and fighting/action games. business email:

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