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Go Fight Fantastic

A very challenging hack & slash game with some roguelite elements. It has a cute short story. The game is very difficulty in single-player, even on medium or easy. Gladly there is a difficulty option lower than easy to still be able to enjoy the story.


Approximate amount of time to 100%: 15h
Estimated achievement difficulty: In singleplayer a 10/10 in co-op mode it might be a 7/10 or so
Minimum number of playthroughs needed: You’ll play through the levels a few times to find all the hidden items/people and to grind for currency
Is there a good guide available: No
Multiplayer achievements: Technically no.. but the game is already hard on ëasy” mode in single player let alone beating the last level on brutal mode in singleplayer, I’m unsure if that is even possible
Missable achievements: No
Grinding Achievements: Yes, it has achievements for grinding for money and finding 100 different gems and achievements like that
DLC-Only achievements: No
Speedrun achievements: No
Time-gated achievements: No
RNG-achievements: No
Does difficulty affect achievements: Yes, most can be played on “story” or “easy” difficulty but there is an achievement to beat the last level on nightmare difficulty.
Unobtainable/glitched achievements: Unsure, I read in the latest news item that some might be bugged at this moment.

Go fight Fantastic is a hack-and-slash game with some roguelite elements as finding gems to get stronger and upgrading those gems. It has multiplayer available (local as well as online) and it is clear that that is how the game is supposed to be played. On the normal difficulty (medium) the game is already very very challenging, even on easy it is challenging. I played through the story of “Story” difficulty and that way I did enjoy the story. I read on the Steam forums that in online co-op only the host will get currency, I think that is easier to program but it also sucks, that way you can’t even help each other out with getting stronger in their own game while also get stronger yourself.

When you play solo, you select 3 of the 4 classes (Healer, Tank, rogue, archer) and can switch between them on the go. If one of them dies, you can resurrect them with the other characters and you only get a game over screen when all 3 of your characters are dead. This is a nice way to compensate for not having a co-op character. I saw more feedback on the forums about the difficulty in single-player, so maybe that will be tweaked in the future so it is more doable and more enjoyable to play it in single-player.

At this moment, I’m unsure if I would recommend Go Fight Fantastic to achievement hunters. With a bunch of very grindy achievements. However, it is mostly questionable because of the high difficulty in single-player and not being able to boost each other when only the host gets currency. Otherwise, it might have been easier to find another achievement hunter online and going for the 100% together. You might be able to help each other with getting past wave 50 in endless mode, as you don’t need currency for that, but I don’t know anybody who has the game and would be willing to try that out, so unsure if this is really the case or if that one would only unlock for the host.

I give Go Fight Fantastic 3 out of 5 stars.

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This review for Go Fight Fantastic was written on 1 April 2024, based on the current Steam version of the game which has 31 achievements at the time of writing this review. This information can be outdated, for example, when the developer adds or removes achievements or releases (new) DLC.

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