Indie development house Modus Games have released their mech-fighting brawl game, Override: Mech City Brawl – Super Charged Mega Edition on to the Nintendo Switch after its success on Xbox One, PS4 and PC. Switch players can now join the fun in fighting solo or cooperatively in giant Mechs, not worrying if the odd piece of town gets inadvertently destroyed. Check out the trailer below”¦
different Mechs to jump in to, each with their own unique moves, playstyles and
customization options, there’s plenty there for you to get your teeth into.
Fancy playing with your friends, no problem, you can join forces with your
friends to share control of the mech, or break into teams of two to share responsibility
while you destroy the opposing team. What
could be better? You get to travel the world to exotic locations such as San Francisco,
Egypt, Mexico and Japan, whilst climbing into giant weaponized mechanoids and kicking
seven shades of grey out of your mates. Faultless.
Nintendo Switch version of Override comes complete with all the previously
released stuff, such as add-ons and content updates.
length single-player campaign.
split-screen battles with up to 2 additional computer opponents.
one mech – each player controls a limb. Teamwork is the key here
two mechs – two players cooperate to pilot a single mech.
4-player online free-for-all – be the last mech standing in this
winner-take-all arena deathmatch.
Jim Franklin is a freelance writer, living in Derby UK with his wife and his player 3. When time allows he likes nothing more than losing himself in a multi-hour gaming session. He likes most games and will play anything but prefers MMO's, and sandbox RPG's.