- Summary: Monday Night Combat is a class-based, third-person shooter and the most popular lethal sport of the future! It blends intense combat, finishing moves, and gameshow-like challenges and rewards to produce an action experience unlike any other. Why fight for honor or duty when you can fight for the real American dream: cash, fame and endorsements?… Expand
9You could not ask any more from a 3rd person DoTA style FPS running on the Unreal engine, it is fast, fun and furfilling when you get a great Grapple kill off on an enemy! The classes are fairly balanced. The maps are a almost replicas of each other with minor differences between each of them. On an upside I have noticed almost no bugs except a couple of Bots here and there catching on corners and impeading their slow progress across the map, but nothing to get worried about! Well worth the $15… Expand
A fun, sports crazed game of the future.
Similar to Team Fortress 2, Monday Night Combat is a class based shooter that also lets you upgrade your characters during the round.
It also lets you customize your classes so you can alter your characters power ups and what suits best for you.
Has a nice sense of humour however there is a lack of maps available but still not a bad game with more variety this came can go a lot further… Expand
4First impression was that this game was pretty fun. A few hours of play revealed heavy imbalances in the gameplay, and several game breaking glitches. One in particular keeps reoccuring: if you push just the right combination of buttons at just the right time, you cannot spawn until you leave the server. The announcer's attitude is quirky and fun at first, but that gets old incredibly fast. I do not need to be told to upgrade my skills once a minute, especially when I'm saving money for turrets, etc. You cannot disable the announcer, so the only option is to mute all voices, which takes a lot away from what little the game has to offer. This game fills a unique niche, being a of combination of TF2 and DOTA. It feels like it really could have been good, but between the balance issues, glitches, and overly obnoxious announcer, this just isn't worth the price of admission, or the infuration that goes with it. All of these issues can be fixed with patches, and maybe they will be. Until then, I will not be playing any more. If given a choice, go with TF2 (i.e. The Orange Box) instead. More content, fantastic balance and 3.25 years worth of support. I hope that someday I'll be saying the same about MNC as I am about TF2, and it is possible with some (relatively) minor game changes. I really want to enjoy this game, but just can't as it is.… Expand