It's not nearly as entertaining as it looks. A lot of the content is okay to enjoyable, but the structure of the game is deliberately skewed to make single player unreasonably difficult, and they tied the "RPG-lite" system to individual character/controller-slot combinations (as opposed to character or player profiles), so multiplayer is a tedious leveling affair for all players, all the time. You might cruise along fondly for a few levels, but the seams quickly fall apart as you reach the point where you have to have multiple players actually leveled up to proceed. I'd be willing to play to the end, but none of my friends are tolerant enough to get there, and honestly, I don't blame them.
It's a shame, because the framework is there for a great beat-em-up game, but they didn't feel to finish the product by correcting poor design decisions and fleshing out the feature set.
My recommendation, if you really want a good beat 'em up, play Castle Crashers instead. It's got everything present here and a lot more. If you've already done that and want variety, don't bother here. You're going to be overwhelmed with the knowledge that it's not nearly as good.
Geplaatst: 10 februari 2014