Blending sports, action and a host of special abilities, Goons: Legends & Mayhem is coming - and if you previously loved Windjammers of Mario Strikers, this will be a hockey brawler you will want in your life.
Mayhem Brawler on Xbox doesn’t do anything remarkable that can’t already be experienced in far better games elsewhere, especially since there is no shortage of beat ‘em up titles on the Xbox platform as is. This is a title worth checking out if you have already exhausted all the other alternatives and need another beat ‘em up fix.
There's more than a hint of Streets of Rage 4 about Mayhem Brawler, and following on from the weirdness of Doughlings: Arcade and Invasion, we're not really too sure how the Hero Concept team are playing it, but we're well up for a rumble as Mayhem Brawler beats down all comers to launch on Xbox, PlayStation, Switch and PC.
Smash Bros. has got a lot to answer for. Every month a new arena brawler gets chucked onto the pile: some manage to capture the spirit of Smash, others definitely don’t. This month’s pretender to the throne is Guntastic, which takes a more gun-based approach. Don’t switch off just yet, though, as it has a slightly different take, and is loaded with charisma.
Beat Me! Whoa hang on, before you roll up your sleeves, it’s not one of us asking for a beating, that’s actually the title of a new party brawler out now on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. It’s got tons of levels, numerous game modes and a selection of fantastical characters to choose from. Could Beat Me! be the ideal addition to the itinerary of your next get-together?
Over the last couple of years the team at Hero Concept have been putting out fun, arcade-styled titles to the masses, with both Doughlings: Arcade and then Doughlings: Invasion ticking a good few boxes. Now though that same team are looking to take an altogether different route, one that is filled by an urban fantasy themed beat 'em up in Mayhem Brawler for Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC.
Bounty Battle on Xbox One is a great idea. With such lovable and memorable characters from a host of indie games, it seemed like a knockout idea. Yet, horrible visuals, unfinished gameplay, and terrible optimization mar the loving treatment that was given to these indie icons.
We've already told you about one party based game today, but hot on the heels of the party wrecker that is Party Crasher Simulator, Recreate Games have announced that their cute and cuddly brawler will be coming to PC and console later in 2020. Are you ready for Party Animals?