Override: Mech City Brawl is a 3D mech-based brawler. Control gigantic robots and duke it out in fantastic cityscapes. Epic battles await with distinctive mechs in local and online Versus mode, four-player Co-op – where each player controls one part of a skyscraper-sized mech – and a single-player campaign.Pilot a diverse roster of epic – and ridiculous – mechs, each with their own play style, special moves, and finishers. Tower over your opponents and lay waste to entire cities underfoot.
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Explosive Battles. Take control of a gigantic mech and lay waste to entire cities as you fight other massive opponents.
Supercharged Mechs. Pilot 12 outrageous mechs of epic, skyscraper-sized proportions, each with diverse fighting styles and unique skills.
Real-World Locations. Destroy 3D arenas modeled after actual cities and countries, including Tokyo, Egypt, San Francisco, and Mexico.
Multiple Game Modes. Challenge other players in local and online Versus & Co-Op modes and experience Override's story in a single-player campaign.
Party Co-op. Gather 2 to 4 friends to engage in party co-op where each player is responsible for one part of a towering mech!
The Garage. Customize your mechs in the Garage, changing their accessories and skins to create your own unique style.
More Mechs, More Mayhem. Super Charged Mega Edition includes Season Pass, delivering 4 extra mechs and 16 new skins post-launch, as well as instant access to 12 legendary skins normally unlocked in the Standard Edition.
Override Mech City Brawl is rated
3.6 out of
Rated 2 out of
Was hoping for betterTooo short game doesn't have enough game play for the price
Date published: 2019-09-16
Rated 5 out of
Epic game, Override Mech City BrawlThis is the best multiplayer Mech game my boys and I have ever played!
Date published: 2019-08-22
Rated 3 out of
Fun at First, Goes Downhill From ThereSo first of all, the game is fun. There are practically millions of achievements to get, though about half are for online matches. The gameplay is good, albeit a little slow. Having played the entire campaign of Injustice several times, I know a little bit at least about how fighting needs to be well thought out. Something interesting and very good that I discovered is that each mech literally has an entirely different way of play. Sure, all of them use the basic attacks, but some rely heavily on the special attacks, while ones like Setesh are better at basic attacks that are charged for a second. All in all, the game is GREAT when you first play it, but that's when it starts to go downhill. The campaign is simple, yet overall good (I am giving it a bit of leniency). There is some replay value to the campaign if you want to learn how to use all the mechs, and after the first couple of campaigns it becomes systematic destruction of the enemy. That being said, there are about 4-5 bosses and maybe 6-8 different NPC's, so it does get boring until you start to get overwhelmed by the sheer number of them coming at you (Up to about 8 at once, I think) and there are only about three or four different events that you ever do in those missions, which are a protect the point one, slaughter all of them or slaughter them all before the time's up, and defeat the nest thing.
Multiplayer/Co-Op? HA. It is only fun if you have two people, one to control the lower half and one to control the upper half. Anyone else literally only uses 2-4 of the 4 (Depending on whether you have 3 or 4 players) special attacks, and THAT'S IT. But I will say they do a great job with two player control.
And to add to that, let me say this. It could easily have been my Xbox (I've been having problems recently connecting to party chats/servers on some games), but I haven't been able to get into a SINGLE FRIGGING ONLINE GAME. If it's just me, then I am sorry, it's all my fault. But given that playing against PLAYERS would vastly increase the replayability, I find that either their servers aren't running, nobody is playing this game right now, or it's my internet are the only explanations and the first two vastly decrease the value of the game.
Bugs? Nothing that would make you scream in rage, but it's annoying. In some levels I've had an enemy go through the arena barrier where I can't hit them. Trying something like a shockwave attacks works after trying a few times. Also, the Japan stage. Ugh. There's this bug that sometimes happens where there are blinding red lights in an almost grid pattern across the stage. Walk over them to make them go away. EXCEPT FOR THE ONES OUTSIDE OF THE BARRIER. Other than that, literally nothing else that I've encountered.
All in all, PUH-LEASE watch someone's YouTube video of them doing the tutorial AND the campaign before you buy it. It's only for you if you are fine with a game that is good but not GREAT. It is very different from anything I've played before, and that does make up for it a LOT.
Also, I recommend you try Mya or Setesh as your first mech in the campaign. and Setesh is really fun when you have two players.
Date published: 2019-03-07
Rated 3 out of
Unique ControlsI enjoy this game quit a bit. The unique controls for the attacks was refreshing. The multiplayer could be a little better, and I wish the maps were more open but oh well. Lastly the super moves only being accessed by having low health is kinda annoying.
Other than that it’s a fun game.
Date published: 2019-01-23
Rated 2 out of
Coop is weird multiple people controlling one robot versus is fun but very repetitive
Date published: 2019-01-11
Rated 5 out of
Good GameBought as Christmas gift; my son loves it and the different characters. I even enjoyed playing with my son. Like the different countries to fight with different characters.