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God of Rock

Critics Consensus (Skip It)

An interesting concept – blending rhythm and fighting game elements – that fails to deliver due to messy gameplay and flawed execution.

Game Info

God of Rock blends rhythm-based gameplay with fighting game mechanics in tense 1v1 matches. Choose from a dozen unique fighters, each with their own design, mechanics, and harmonic attacks. Soften up your opponent by executing normal moves and building meter by hitting notes to the beat of the song, then spend your meter to unleash EX and special moves do damage and add complexity to their tracks. Finally, finish them off with a devastating Super attack! As the battle progresses, the music track will continue to grow in complexity and difficulty until only one fighter is left standing!

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RATING & REVIEWS

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High Score

90%

Median Score

55%

Low Score

40%
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Ken McKown (ZTGD)
May 4, 2023
7/10

God of Rock is an interesting experiment that works sometimes. I do wish I could focus more on the action at the top. I also hate that I have to retrain my brain with the button combos and get frustrated when I miss notes as it usually leads to me failing and having a hard time getting back into rhythm. Still the idea is sound, the characters are excellent, and I really had fun with this one. A little more polish and this could easily become a whole new genre.

Sean Smith (God is a Geek)
April 20, 2023
6/10

Despite its bonkers idea, God of Rock is likeable, although its mechanics can be confusing and overcomplicate things at times.

Morgan Shaver (Shacknews)
April 18, 2023
6/10

With a little more polish, God of Rock may prove itself to be a worthwhile rhythm game title yet. Unfortunately, in its current state, it feels like more of a swing and a miss than a headbanging hit.

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