Power Rangers: Battle For The Grid
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About this game
Developer: nWay Inc.
Content Rating: Teen
Generations of Power Rangers collide across the multiverse’s 25 year history. Experience authentic but reimagined Power Rangers battle sequences like never before. Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid features traditional fighting game controls. This easy to learn but hard to master game is designed to welcome players of all skill levels.
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With its decent animation and inoffensive combat, it’s safe to say worse Power Rangers games do exist. Battle for the Grid emulates familiar, old-school video game fighting, but once you’ve seen all there is to see in combat, you’re done. Playing online or through the limited arcade mode isn’t rewarding and the roster isn’t varied or substantial enough for Power Ranger fans to get excited.
There are some surprisingly good fighting game mechanics in Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid, but there’s very little meat on that skeleton. A well-rounded roster of fun, nostalgic characters is represented poorly by dated graphics, slapdash presentation, and – most damningly – a lack of meaningful single-player content, other modes, characters, and stages. It’s a solid start for developer nWay’s first foray into the fighting game genre, but there’s a long way to go to make Power Rangers a contender in a space that’s become crowded with high-quality games.
While I am leveling my fair share of complaints at the game, I wouldnât call it a lazy mobile port. Itâs different from Power Rangers: Legacy Wars in a lot of ways; unfortunately, I would still say that Legacy Wars is the superior Power Rangers gaming experience. Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid had so much potential, and nWay seemed eager to capitalize on that when I spoke to them in January, but the final product just feels rushed together due to its poor presentation and lack of content. Die hard Power Rangers fans may get a bit out of this, but most players will likely be done and never want to touch the game again after a couple of hours.