Anarchy Reigns for PlayStation 3
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Anarchy Reigns

Jan 8, 2013
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About this game

Developer: Platinum Games
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

ANARCHY REIGNS is an online multiplayer brawler, from the makers of BAYONETTA and VANQUISH, PlatinumGames. Set in the post-apocalyptic future, this is an over-the-top close combat fighting game, set in a massively open and fantastical world. Pick from an imaginative mix of human and cyborg characters and set out on a multiplayer challenge where anarchy reigns.

With a diverse range of multiplayer modes on offer, ANARCHY REIGNS pits players against each other in team co-op or last man standing battles.

Critic Reviews

17 Reviews
7.04
Shawn PetraschukJan 16, 2013
All in all, Anarchy Reigns doesn’t bring a lot to the table. It will undoubtedly appeal to a very small audience who will sing its praises, but the large majority of gamers will hardly give this more than a passing glance and likely even less of their time. The uninspired and repetitive single player campaign is tedious, and while the game’s intention all along is to shine in the multiplayer offering, even that lacks the staying power to keep most gamers twitching their fingers.
Paul GoodmanJan 17, 2013
Anarchy Reigns may not have an incredibly in-depth story and also has some nagging flaws that detract from its otherwise entertaining gameplay, but it's enjoyable enough to warrant a playthrough. Fans of fast-paced brawlers will enjoy Anarchy Reigns, but if your skills with the genre don't go past mashing the attack buttons and hoping for the best, you may not enjoy the multiplayer very much.
5.90
Mitch DyerJan 11, 2013
Rarely does the solo action do anything to challenge Anarchy Reigns’ subtle combat mechanics. The mindless enemy encounters in the empty open world aren’t why you want to play this, but it’s almost necessary to make the most of the multiplayer’s exciting madness and unpredictability. Online matches can be irritating for those who haven’t taken the time to learn the ins and outs of their characters, certainly, but the novelty of slaughtering each other in football arenas or fighting over flags makes the multiplayer a worthwhile use of time.

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