90s Cartoon Themed Brawler Way of the Passive Fist Coming to PS4 in 2017

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Developer Household Games has announced that their 90s cartoon-inspired brawler Way of the Passive Fist is heading to PlayStation Experience in just a few days and getting a full release next year on PS4.

In a genre filled with button mashing, Way of the Passive Fist, is a brawler whose principle way of attack is through parries and dodges forcing you to remain passive aggressive and study enemy attack patterns in order to progress.

You can check out the game’s reveal trailer below and bask in its nostalgia-tinged comic and cartoon artstyle:

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