Mini-Mech Mayhem for PlayStation 4

Mini-Mech Mayhem

Jun 18, 2019New
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Requires Playstation virtual reality headset to play.

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About this game

Developer: FuturLab
Content Rating: Everyone


Mini-Mech Mayhem is a deeply funny table-top VR battle game for up to four players online. Team up with your lil’ Mech buddy to plan a flawless strategy, then marvel at just how wrong you were! Not to worry, play some power cards to get your team back on track, or dare to trust in your instincts and crafty skills, and pull off a stunning win!

Gamer Reviews

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Critic Reviews

7 Reviews
Jamie FelthamJun 19, 2019
This is the rare sort of game where I actually want to unlock as many bits and bobs as possible just to forge my own identity.Mini-Mech Mayhem is likely destined for the same kind of obscurity as FuturLab’s Tiny Trax before it, but there’s endless joy to be found from its frantic mash-up of tabletop gaming and VR. This is an untamable, often hilarious bit of strategy that’s to be enjoyed just as much when you’re throwing your hands up in defeat as it is in victory. I just wish I had more people to play it with.
Matt EakinsJun 18, 2019
Those minor complaints aside, Mini-Mech Mayhem offers PSVR owners a fun, bright, and lighthearted strategy game to fill that niche in their VR library. It’s approachable, engaging and packs in plenty of charm. Avatar and mech customisation allow you to create a team that suits you. Hopefully developer FuturLab will continue to support the game by adding in new game modes. But even as it stands now, Mini-Mech Mayhem offers an accessible tabletop strategy game for newcomers, with a deep set of mechanics underneath for those willing to dive a little deeper.
Kieran HarrisJul 12, 2019
Mini-Mech Mayhem is another decent exclusive for Sony's VR headset and we had a great time with it despite a few flaws in terms of its controls and presentation. Predicting our opponent and their moves and watching our chain of actions play out and result in victory felt awfully satisfying and we enjoyed toying with the various customisation options and the range of game-altering interceptions. We did find it disappointing though that there was only one board and setting and that the online community has already dwindled just a few short weeks after launch.


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