MultiVersus from Player First Games is a good fighting game. It does a good job of competing against the likes of Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. series. While it may not yet have the longevity of Nintendo’s golden child, MultiVersus’ characters, maps, and welcoming atmosphere are enough to convince any future wannabe fighter to give it a try.
This game has a fun combat system. Unlike the developers from Super Smash Bros, these developers didn't charge me $60 for a high quality game. As a matter of fact, they didn't charge me anything for this game. This game is free. It is very fun to beat up Tom, because it never gets old hearing him scream during his ringout. It's also funny seeing Bugs Bunny reaction when he loses. The inclusion of Porky Pig's iconic "That's all folks" during ringout is a stroke of genius. This game is one of the most biblical games I have ever played
The voice acting is very dynamic. The character selection is off to a good start. The moves of the characters fit them well, especially for Shaggy. I love it when my games reference memes, it makes me laugh quite a bit. If I could suggest one character for this game, I would suggest Daffy Duck? I would love to play as him alongside Taz. Speaking of Taz, his animations are incredibly made.
There is both online and local multiplayer. I hope these developers add visual hit boxes during practice mode. That way, I can learn how to accurately beat up my opponents with any character of my choice. I appreciate that this game doesn't rely too much on pretty colorful lights everywhere like Smash, to make the game more fun. I hope the developers adjust fix the hitboxes in an update. This game is free, so I suggest it to all!
Even with the balancing issues and a clear rough start to its first season, MultiVersus’ incredibly solid and unique core mechanics, along with its clear love and respect for every character and series that it represents, let it stand close to the top of the genre. It still needs some fine-tuning, but I’m confident that in a year’s time, MultiVersus will be standing strong next to Smash.
While it’s clear that some things need work on MultiVersus, it’s encouraging to see that the things that truly matter – the unlocking of characters and the core gameplay systems – are the things that have received the most attention. These are easily the two strongest tenets of MultiVersus’ offerings thus far. With time, I can only hope that the lack of variety in levels, lacklustre music, and slower cosmetic offerings can be remedied.
MultiVersus, currently in Beta but already available, enters the ring with a gameplay accessible to all, a bit technical and immediately fun. It provides the show with its five-star cast and colorful artistic direction. The number of characters is still low and the clashes are sometimes rough, yet this does not prevent the title of Player First Games from doing well. The Free to Play economic model could well put off some fighting game aficionados while by being a ready-made gateway for neophytes wishing to discover the genre.
MultiVersus is a solid Smash Bros. clone that's definitely promising, especially with its distinctly-playing characters and flexible gameplay. It may currently be slightly underwhelming in some regards but I'm looking forward to seeing how this project evolves over time.
A game doesn't have to be perfect, it must be fun and make a 'click' for some players. This is the case Multiversus: A new game with some improvements to be done, but as is the game currently, it's fresh, fun and with a lot of replayability.
Buen juego de la categoría de luchas tipo Smash, con buena cantidad de personajes conocidos. No obstante, no termina de conseguir la esencia de este tipo de juegos. Gracias a las futuras actualizaciones será un juego mucho más completo y disfrutable.
This game is ok i guess, for new players it is very easy to get into and coming from other fighting games in the genre would already make you good at this. It feels really floaty and the hit boxes are kind of weird at times.
This game just feels like a copy of brawlhalla which i'm already not a huge fan of. some of the characters were alright but most of them were just boring reskins of brawlhalla. just not a fun game even when playing with friends.
Matchmaking is completely broken. I like a hard game, I don't mind getting my ass beaten by a tough opponent, but there's no joy in a game where most of my matches are with players who are 10+ levels above me. That's not a fight, that's a bloodbath. Case in point, just unlocked Batman, so went into the fight with level 1. Got matched with Finn at level 19. Wasn't really a fair fight. Been playing for five days, maybe 20% of my matches have been with players who are +/- 3 levels, all the rest have been widely disproportionate, usually the difference is in the double digits.
SummaryIn MultiVersus, the Multiverse is at your fingertips as you battle it out in intense 2v2 matches. Up against Batman & Shaggy? Try using Bugs Bunny & Arya Stark! This platform fighter lets you play out your fantasy matchups in a fun co-op or head-to-head fight for supremacy.