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Submitted by ian86 860d ago | review

Anarchy Reigns [Review] | ShogunGamer.com

Ian Fisher writes: Filled with blood, flying body parts, foul language, and a buttery beat infused hip-hop soundtrack, Anarchy Reigns is an enjoyable brawler even if it has a few minor issues. As a spiritual successor to Mad World the combat within Anarchy Reigns is enjoyable even though the immediate style isn’t entirely there due to the appearance of visuals that sometimes fall flat, both artistically and graphically. A simply addicting game to play online, Anarchy Reigns definitely has the makings to be a cult hit that gamers likely will be talking about years from now due to its inventive take on the classic brawling genre. (Anarchy Reigns, PS3, Xbox 360) 8/10

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