In the wake of a global assault, the world has fallen under the rule of LEGION, a supervillainous cabal of criminal masterminds and costumed megalomaniacs. The only people who are capable of turning the tide are the Agents of MAYHEM. Led by Persephone Brimstone, these uniquely skilled agentsIn the wake of a global assault, the world has fallen under the rule of LEGION, a supervillainous cabal of criminal masterminds and costumed megalomaniacs. The only people who are capable of turning the tide are the Agents of MAYHEM. Led by Persephone Brimstone, these uniquely skilled agents are going to take down this New World Disorder by any means necessary. Take the fight to LEGION in Seoul: The City of Tomorrow, an open world chock full of world-shaking missions, city-spanning doomsday devices, and evil underground lairs. Take your team of three Agents into the field and swap between them on the fly for maximum mayhem. Upgrade and customize your Agents to create your personal dream team of gadget-wielding anti-heroes. Upgrade the ARK–MAYHEM HQ–to unlock even more mayhem-making means. [Deep Silver]
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Aug 15, 2017Despite these flaws, Agents of Mayhem truly does offer a unique and fresh spin on the Saints Row world. By distancing itself from the main franchise’s core characters and conflicts, the game is able to embrace its own aesthetic and create a new world that is just as weird and addicting as the original.
Aug 15, 2017A bit of a departure from Saints Row (though not really a massive one), Agents of Mayhem is an entertaining spin-off shooter laced with RPG elements that enhance an otherwise uncomplicated game. There's fun to be had here, providing you can get past the repetitive action.
Aug 17, 2017The first few hours of Agents of Mayhem are genuinely exciting and entertaining. And funny too. It’s the open-world of high-tech Seoul and the repetitive missions that fail to live up to the colourful Agents and the Saturday morning cartoon vibe. Which is unfortunate. The juvenile sense of humour won’t appeal to everyone, but the same could be said for just about every Volition-developed title of the past decade. And in that sense, the studio’s latest effort is worth considering if you’re a Saints Row fan. For everyone else, imagine a ludicrous ‘80s cartoon built around the profane and juvenile marines featured in James Cameron’s classic film Aliens. Where they’re globe-trotting government agents, and prone to enter fits of gravity defying carnage.
Aug 17, 2017A barebones and lifeless open world experience that suffers from a lack of innovation, repetitive gameplay, and poor mission design. Its characters are interesting on their surface level and its laughs are cheap, if they make you laugh at all, but Agents of Mayhem is certainly Volition’s most disappointing entry in the Saint’s Row-Red Faction universe.
Aug 16, 2017Fantastic Over the top Open World Game. Basically G.I. Joe meets Marvel movie within a Cop game.
Combines the insanity of Saints Row with theFantastic Over the top Open World Game. Basically G.I. Joe meets Marvel movie within a Cop game.
Combines the insanity of Saints Row with the Future Cop GTA successor: Crackdown 1, 2. Neo-Futuristic vibe with a feel for previous eras like the 80s, 90s. Characters have unique abilities and styles to go along with gameplay. Personality and functionality are similar to the characters in Saints Row 3,4 and Gat out of Hell. Differences and variety of play keep the game fresh and traversing the city is a blast.
Definately a must buy for this year, along with originator of the open traversal genre: Crackdown 3.… Expand
Aug 15, 2017Game is super fun right from the start. That is why I wanted it was because of the "fun" factor.
The game is easy to pick up and go.Game is super fun right from the start. That is why I wanted it was because of the "fun" factor.
The game is easy to pick up and go. Everything is explained very quickly and efficiently. Easy learning curve. Some people are saying its repetitive but so many games out there are exactly that. After several hours of gameplay, I am thrilled to explore even more.… Expand
Jul 14, 2018Ive seen alot of reviews trashing this game and I dont get it,Im having a blast with it,its fun,funny the Graphics are amazing gameplay isIve seen alot of reviews trashing this game and I dont get it,Im having a blast with it,its fun,funny the Graphics are amazing gameplay is tight,whats not to like? I play for fun and this game is fun,I just bought it new for $10 so you cant go wrong.… Expand
Aug 15, 2017Agents of Mayhem
A Sleeper hit
A gents of mayhem is a spin off game from the saints row series where a group of heroes are assembled withAgents of Mayhem
A Sleeper hit
A gents of mayhem is a spin off game from the saints row series
where a group of heroes are assembled with their own hatred for the legion to take them down
The game takes place in south korea and the story is told with animated cutscenes and tons of humor and charm…
This is a bit of a 3rd person version of a hero shooter.. though completely single player
you start out with 3 characters, and once youre set free in the open world youre able to go and recruit the other 9…
The game handles the introductions and unlocking these characters perfectly…
and rightfully so as recruiting them makes up a hefty chunk of this 22 hour long campaign
To unlock a character you have to complete a mission with that character..
each characters mission introduces them, gives them a back story and their reason for wanting to take down legion…
and none of them feel throw away, every single character in this game feels fleshed out, both in their play style and their personality
These missions introduce the characters weapon, their special attacks, and their mayhem attacks..
They force the player not only to dip their toes in the water with each character, it forces them to prove they can succeed with that character as well
And each is balanced in a way that you may love 2 things about them but hate one… or really love one thing but hate the other 2..
This makes picking your favorite 3 so hard…
And keeping in mind you need a variety of characters in your squad for different objectives missions may throw at you..
Once you have your 3 favorite characters , its time to squad up and take the city for your own
A squad consists of any 3 characters
You can take these characters and clean up the town if youd like, taking over outposts so that you can unlock a regions side activites or claim currency terminals to increase you dollar per minute you earn back at your base
these side activities aren’t really too interesting or fun…
I don’t imagine many people will spend their time running around this tiny city doing them..
and other than unlocking schematics for new cars theres not much incentive to do them anyway..
speaking of cars this is how you will traverse unless you choose to jump and dash into the air, but the game makes it easy by letting you call a car instantly with the touch of the d pad
but sadly there is no fast travel here, youll be driving a lot
most of your time will be spent doing main missions and running through lairs or dungeons
These lairs and dungeons are found in story as well as in the global conflict section of the game which is where you send out your unused members to go out and earn xp and scraps for gremlin tech which is basically a consumable attack
These dungeons are where youll earn mods for your equipped characters
The mission structure here though is practically identical throughout all 20 hours..
heres the crazy thing though..
The game stays fun throughout inspite of this..
Im surprised how much I ultimately enjoyed agents of mayhem…
while the open world is shallow, the level design is extremely repetitive, and a low health indication like a harsh vibration or blood/discoloration on the screen doesn’t exist..
the heroes with their different moves, diolog, and personalities, the different villians that are fun to hate.. the overall writing in this game.. all of it keep this game fresh and fun throughout…
if youre a fan of hero shooters in any way.. don’t miss out on this one
I give Agents of Mayhem
an 8/10… Expand
Jan 11, 2019I only played the game for about 1 hour but that was enough for me.
Graphics are fun and smooth. The open world aspect seems to work wellI only played the game for about 1 hour but that was enough for me.
Graphics are fun and smooth. The open world aspect seems to work well although the action seems overly simplistic.
I imagine if you enjoy open world shooters such as Crackdown and the newer Saints Row episodes then you might have some fun playing this game. If you look for something deeper then perhaps this might not be for you.
Nevertheless still a competent open world action third person shooter.… Expand
Dec 31, 2019Après les désopilants Saints Row 3 et 4, Volition remet le couvert mais sans les Saints dans une nouvelle ville au sommet de la technologie :Après les désopilants Saints Row 3 et 4, Volition remet le couvert mais sans les Saints dans une nouvelle ville au sommet de la technologie : Séoul ! et le plus frappant concerne la ville elle-même fort réussie graphiquement parlant avec une grosse touche de "dessin animé" (ou anime) offrant ainsi une zone de jeu inédite certes bling-bling mais agréable à parcourir.
Surtout que contrairement aux SR qui étaient (et restent hélas) des étrons techniques, Agents of Mayhem est pour sa part très joli en plus de tourner (enfin !) correctement... Présenté en 1440p sur la X, l'image est en effet proprette et assez détaillée même si ça n'égale pas Crackdown 3 bien entendu. Des saccades peuvent néanmoins encore se manifester surtout en voiture ou plus rarement contre les boss...
Mais contrairement aux SR, on jongle ici avec une panoplie de "héros" que l'on débloque au fur et à mesure ; on passe de l'un (ou l'une) à l'autre n'importe quand, ce qui permet de varier les capacités de notre équipe de 3 "personnages" qui peuvent évidemment être améliorés...
Les combats restent dans la droite ligne des SR, ce qui donne un TPS tout-à-fait convenable ma foi... mais on regrette le temps (des SR) où l'on pouvait customiser à loisir son (unique) personnage, car ici on a le choix qu'entre quelques "skins" (à débloquer...) et c'est tout ! alors que les possibilités étaient tellement plus nombreuses auparavant...
Les pouvoirs sont aussi nettement en retrait (surtout par rapport à SR4) voire à la fois anecodtiques ou carrément trop débiles, seul le "mayhem" étant vraiment intéressant mais très en retrait de l'overdrive d'un Rage 2, cela va sans dire !
L'autre souci concerne les fameuses activités de jadis qui ont toutes disparu, remplacées par des courses et des conneries qui ne consistent qu'à détruire comme un bourrin décérébré d'autres conneries. Bref, c'est complètement raté, rendez-nous l'arnaque à l'assurance ou le total chaos par exemple !
Enfin, le gros problème d'Agents of Mayhem réside dans sa répétition et sa répétitivité : la campagne n'en finit pas et à peine arrivé à la moitié, on n'en peut plus... des vagues d'ennemis, des bases souterraines copiées-collées, des boss d'une lourdeur et d'un ennui consternants... que c'est creux, bête et... répétitif !
Car finalement l'énorme souci de ce monde ouvert, c'est son manque d'amusement et d'excentricité, les deux points qui faisaient la drôlerie des SR 3 et 4 : dans AoM, on ne rigole pas... on s'emmerde, tout simplement.… Expand