Multiplayer online battle arenas have grown in popularity, yet Super Evil Megacorp hopes to give the franchise new, vibrant life on tablet. I went hands-on to find out if it can be done.
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The graphics are good enough,the scenarios are decent and the models look great.The cutscenes used from the movie they both look and sound amazing,but the menus are awful,but even then,they are simple to navigate,and image from the menu looks great.
Even though then,the game offers a excelent gameplay,all the characters with his ability and a great control.But Violet can't use his force fields,making her level hard and boring.I don't have any problem with the characters,but they seem half-finished.
The music is decent but very forgettable,and the sounds are great.
The only thing left to do is the battle mode,if at least they putted all the characters.
Except for the Omnidroid 10,all the battles are hard enough and everything is great.
One thing that this game stand very good are the funny voices,who is very fun to listen,and the game uses very good the cutscenes from the movie in a different order.