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Monday Night Combat (Xbox 360)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 48 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the action and graphics. The gameplay and value for money are also appreciated. Some have doubts about the single player gameplay.

multi player, value for money, gameplay, graphics, action

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Monday Night Combat (Xbox 360) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 85/100 = Very good quality.

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Monday Night Combat

 

The sport of the future is a blast. Class based shooters are certainly on the rise these days and Uber Entertainment's new game, Monday Night Combat, attempts to run headfirst...

Feels very polished ; Just plain fun ; Bullseye the mascot ; Crossfire matches never feel the same

Team play in Blitz mode required ; Some texture pop and slowdown ; A couple of the classes do not really stand out

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Monday Night Combat

 

Spend Or Save?

Tight and well-designed game modes, fresh classes, easy and fun to play with friends

Lacks diversity in maps and game modes, can get a little repetitive after a while

Upon destroying the robots, players earn money that can be spent in-game to upgrade their skills and to buy turrets at designated positions around the arena. The turret come in several different flavours: The Rocket and ‘Lazer Blaster’ turrets are good...

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Review: Monday Night Combat (Xbox 360)

 

When players accumulate enough money, they have the option to create their own classes with a mix and match of abilities to further extend the dynamics of the gameplay. In the long run, there are few balancing issues that need addressed to make the...

Monday Night Combat isn't a shining example of originality, it takes the proven elements it used to work with and really runs with it. This action-packed shooter sports some excellent presentation and frantic, yet strategic team-based gameplay. There...

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Monday Night Combat

 

So I'm playing Monday Night Combat, and all I can think is that this would have been great as a feature in the original Xbox game Fuzion Frenzy. The game puts the player in the role of a clone, going up against a series of different bots, in a third...

Fun combat ; Great team play ; Balanced array of classes

Tutorial too short/limited ; Small number of arenas ; Lack of additional modes

Fun. Make sure you play with friends though.

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Review: Monday Night Combat

 

I'll be honest, I did not have a good first impression with Monday Night Combat. The game opens with a tutorial that introduces you to the basics as well as giving you a in-depth look on everything the Assault class does. It also gives a great...

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Monday Night Combat Review

 

Are you ready for some...tower defense and class based combat?

Strategic shooter with unique elements, Towers add new feature

Not enough arenas. Damn Assassins

Jeff McAllister is a Sr. Editor at GameShark and also runs our YouTube Channel . He's also Canadian.

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Monday Night Combat Review for the XBOX360

 

MNC for you and me.

So much unadulterated fun; Only $15!; Excellent balance and variety in classes; Great personality

I'm not playing it right now

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Monday Night Combat

 

Remember in my Summer of Arcade article where I said I was looking forward to Monday Night Combat more than any of the other games coming out, including Hydro Thunder Hurricane? The only problem with the game was the timing of the release; having just...

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Monday Night Combat Review

 

Are you ready for some combat!?

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Monday Night Combat (XBLA) Review

 

In the future, brutal arena battles are the new Monday night entertainment. Tower defense hasn't been this much fun since Team Fortress 2.

In the distant future, a new kind of sport reigns supreme over all other forms of entertainment. Participants called ‘Pros' duke it out against each other and deadly robots, for money and glory.

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