Treachery in Beatdown City: Ultra Remix Xbox Series S Review

Treachery in Beatdown City: Ultra Remix is a new game that will you wanting to throw hands with anyone that comes to your face in the game. This retro inspired game will bring back those memories of playing on NES during the good ole days. Treachery in Beatdown City: Ultra Remix is now available on Xbox, Nintendo Switch, and Steam.

I was able to get a review copy of Treachery in Beatdown City: Ultra Remix on my Xbox. I was able to download the game to my Xbox Series S pretty fast as the game wasn’t too big. I was able to play the game right once it finished downloading to my console. I enjoyed the retro graphics and storyline of the game. I thought that was very unique for a game to have something involving ninja terrorists. I wouldn’t have thought of that but I dig it. The combo attacks in the game frustrated me when I would get into fights and I’m not a fan of those “click here and push this” type of attacks. This is a unique game to play and enjoy at home on your Xbox.

Our thoughts


  • Retro graphics
    • I dig the retro graphics featured in the game. I felt like I was back on my NES playing a game from my childhood only this time I’m on my next gen Xbox. The retro graphics looked very well done and enjoyed that it meshed well with the story of the game.
  • Story
    • The president has been kidnapped by ninja terrorists! Then the mayor suspended the police force! Who will come and save everyone? The chief of police contacts a few people to help save the president in the game. These individuals go around town beating up people to find those ninja terrorists.


  • Combo Attacks
    • The combo attacks pretty much frustrated me when I had to do them in the game. If I wasn’t close enough to a person, I would have to press B to get out of the screen and follow them around to get into position for a combo attack. Due to this, I lost some time on the game and turned it off after a while.

Rating: 7 out of 10

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