Monday Night Combat is a classic killed by negligence on Uber's behalf. The game had amazing potential as an IP, the idea was there, the characters and enviroments were all well crafted, but where it absolutely lacked, was the gameplay department. The idea was a good one, a "third person shooter moba" if you will, but what it lacked in was balance. So many obvious exploits went unchecked all the way to the games grave while Uber did nothing but release skins after skins. The sniper's headshot was still too high a skill ceiling, the assassins dash-grapple was effecvtively a means to negate the horribly loud cloaking noise, the assassin on juice was just a pure unstoppable turret destroying machine, you could buy juice over and over again as assassin and just wreck bases on your own (the ONLY counter was to grapple the spinning ball of death and shirikans, but all that did was procrastinate your demise). The tank could gain juice insanely fast by just deploying in a mob field, the engineer was an all around pointless class as healing did not generate money, and base turrets were a waste of money due to the formentioned assassin exploits, and the all star was just too good all around with both the lowest skill floor and a fairly high skill ceiling.
If all of this was not enough to convince you Uber is at fault for its own demise then the most damned of all is Uber's behavior on the forums during all of this. Or dare I say their completely LACK of behavior on the forums. Uber flat out abanonded the steam forums and retreated to their own, even there any questions of balanced and fixes were met with their oh to trademark trolling "The rules have changed". Uber does not deserve anyones trust and they do not deserve anyones money, not after what they did to MNC and the abombination known as Super MNC.