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Named Max Anarchy and published by Sega, the title is described as an “online action fighting game” whose development began about two years ago on PS3 and Xbox 360. The game will have a single player with a real scenario in addition to online multiplayer game, with elements that add to the coop mode brawls every man for himself. Compared to a kind of Spikeout but with a different gameplay, Max Anarchy will be a guest of choice in the person of Jack, the hero of MadWorld, even if it has no connection with the story and the game world The action takes place in various parts of a city ravaged, Tambra Al, where the environment can be as hostile as the survivors who roam there. We will have the opportunity to attend several Action Trigger Events ranging from the giant wave carrying all the “light” on its way to aerial bombardment by military planes. In other parts of the city, we will also find circular saws cut only ask that everything be located within range of blade or mutant monsters.
The multiplayer mode is more focused cooperation between three players, who must survive the onslaught of waves of enemies more numerous and / or powerful, possibly using attacks combined to score more points. For as in MadWorld, the sequences and the dead the most spectacular will be better rewarded on the clock. A level up system is grafted to the scoring. Technically, Max Anarchy is currently very clean and fluid line despite the large number of animated elements on the screen. If we disregard the artistic direction, achieving enough points Bayonetta, not surprisingly as it resumes the engine slightly improving. Curves and animations of the icy Sasha also recall the witch of Hideki Kamiya. Side of the interface, there are also some gimmicks Vanquish, like the circular radar or digital numbers waltz meter score. Finally, the soundtrack giving the U.S. discusses hip hop – once again – that of MadWorld. It would surely more than a course taking place in a spaceship or a few cameos of Infinite Space for even more like being at a sort of potpourri of games Platinum Games.