GR:Can you catch a missile and throw it back at the jet that fired it at you? No, probably not. It’s also unlikely that you’d be able to sprint up a collapsed building in high heels, or punch a car with your bare hands so many times that it explodes. But Anarchy Reigns, Platinum Games’ frenetic third-person beat-'em-up, makes these godlike feats seem commonplace. It's that devotion to stylish excess that makes the game's action so appealing, where the battles are so absurd and nonsensical that you can't help but be charmed. It’s just a shame that the multiplayer is more frustrating than it is fun--especially given the fact that it feels like the core foundation for the otherwise short game.