Override: Mech City Brawl
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Themes: ActionFightingCoopLocal MultiplayerLocal-coopMultiplayerOnline Co-opOnline MultiplayerSingle-player Indie
Developer: The Balance Inc
Content Rating: Teen
No gears, no glory! Control gigantic robots and duke it out in this 3D mech brawler! Epic battles await in local and online Versus mode, 4-player Co-op – where each player controls one part of a mech – and a single-player campaign. Each mech has its own play style, special moves, and finishers.
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Want to fight as a pink pirate hat-wearing Gundam knock-off? Override has you covered. Override: Mech City Brawl may not quite nail the grand sense of scale, and I would certainly have loved to see some more organic monsters added to the roster, but it’s an entertaining little fighter to dip into. And, if you can drag a few friends into battle, it makes for one hell of a fun party game.
Override hopefully finds its audience at some point, whether it be due to a drop in price or some licensing deal, etc. I can’t fully recommend this without a consistent online player base because of how much the game is weighted towards it, despite really enjoying my time with it. I finished the campaign in less than four hours and wanted to play more but the game either wanted me to erase my work or never play the campaign again to keep my completed file.
Artistiquement, Override : Mech City Brawl propose une douzaine de mechas vraiment réussis, chacun faisant plus ou moins référence d'une manière ou d'une autre à un univers ou un robot que les amateurs affectionnent, le tout enrobé dans un esprit de dessin animé sympa, en particulier pour les plus jeunes.