Fighting in Getting Uplooks a whole hell of a lot like Rockstar's The Warriors,right down to the slow-motion wind-up when beer bottle meets head. Like Warriors, the action segmentsrevolve around brawling with multiple opponents, and any items lying around can be used as weapons. Trane can also deal damage with his painting tools (which for some reason include a long-handled roller) and has a broad array of flashy combo moves at his disposal.As long as the controls are tight, the variety should keep brawler fans happy. And if brawling won't work, then there's always sneaking and stealth kills. Only one thing about the game is for sure: this one's sure to piss off parent groups almost as much as the art it imitates.
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