Summary: A beat-em-up like the old Powerstone games on the Dreamcast, but from a different camera angle. Basically, big fights with lots of chaos and things going on, items to pick up and beat each other with, all that. It's one of those games that's really fun with some friends. Unfortunately, Anarchy Reigns kind of screws up the formula by not having local multiplayer.
Summary: I didn't have very high expectations for this game when it first came out. Nonetheless, I bought it day one. Anarchy Reigns meets my expectations and exceeds it by a little bit. For $30 it definitely was an okay buy. The single play is decent, but not that great. It has you running around fight waves of enemies during the free roam, then when you select a mission, it is usually a generic mission like defeat so many enemies. I was not a big fan of the single player.
Good, but a little touchup to the online would make it better
8 January 2013
Summary: The game is great, it's kind of similar to Powerstone for the dreamcast, except in Powerstone, the controls were a little bit looser, whereas the controls for Anarchy Reigns are tight The online multiplayer is sick, which is what I bought the game for. The only qualm I have with it, is, say that you have an 8 player game of TDM, and you have 6 players total, 3 on each side, the game won't start. You HAVE to have 8 players in order for the game to begin.
Summary: First of all ive only played a few hours, so this is initial impression, take it with a pinch of salt.
Eh, what can I say? Its a cheap DMC hack and slash but arena based, the single player is over the top typical anime style down to the cutscenes with pretty standard button mashing.
The multiplayer looks like it could be fun but haven't tried it with other players yet (just setup a private match with bots to give it a go) and it looks interesting, wildcards popping up,...
Summary: Anarchy Reigns is a roaming beat em' up based in an apocalyptic future in which cyborgs whittle away the days by punching each other with chainsaw arms. You take the roll of either team dark or team light in separate stories as they try to see which one of them can punch their way to the truth faster. Despite this game having a single player "story", I would not recommend it for anyone who doesn't have a taste for repetitive bashing to proceed through it.