Ultra Space Battle Brawl for Nintendo Switch

Ultra Space Battle Brawl

Jul 5, 2018
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About this game

Developer: Mojiken Studio
Content Rating: Everyone10+


Fight against your friends in a super-silly-yet-most-awesome-intergalactic-definitely-not-baseball-fight-ever! Sit next to your opponent in this couch party battle game that will make your neighbor wish you were not there, or they were there with you making noise and have a really great time together. Cheers, screams, and overreactions filled room is something that can be easily associated with Ultra Space Battle Brawl, a couch party game that combines Pong, fighting game, and the spirit of having fun together in an 80s over-the-top aesthetic infused with steroid. Play it with your best buddies, rival, family, even your arch enemies! Ultra Space Battle Brawl is a fun competitive game for everyone to enjoy.

Gamer Reviews

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Critic Reviews

6 Reviews
Jaime CarrilloAug 17, 2018
Ultra Space Battle Brawl is exactly what it says it is: an intergalactic Pong game on steroids. Hell, throw in a little Street Fighter II there for good measure. There’s an incredibly charming neon polish in every corner of this title, and the tense sports action is satisfying to say the least. If you’re looking for this generation’s Wind Jammers, Ultra Space Battle Brawl can’t be missed.
Matthew OlivoAug 25, 2018
None were game breaking or really affected gameplay other than causing some lag, but nevertheless, even if the glitches aren’t harmful, they do stand out. All in all, I feel that while Ultra Space Battle Brawl may seem strange and absurd at first, it is an enjoyable experience that you wouldn’t want to miss out on.
Richard SeagraveSep 04, 2018
On the whole, Ultra Space Battle Brawl is very much worth a purchase if you play games with friends on a regular basis. Its fusion of Pong with an 80’s arcade game aesthetic really gives it character, and when your opponent is a real human being it’s an absolute riot. It’s quite light on features though, and its single player offering really lets the package down.


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