Summary: Monday Night Combat's certainly grown in popularity. But is it worth the praise? And was the original as good as everyone makes it out to be? Well... I think you can guess by the score how that's going to go. Okay, disclaimer -- I generally detest DOTA/MOBA games with a furious passion.
Summary: this game was fun at release but no one plays it, most likely to do with the severe lack of maps. Save yourself some money and do not buy, go check steam stats to see how many people playing it, 120 peak per day, awesome. Oh and it has pretty much zero dota elements.
Summary: Monday Night Combat provides the best and the worst of online combat. If most of the players on a team choose to be the assassin, the game will suck. If a six man team has three assassins, they will lose nearly every time. If there are more than two medics on a team, that team will be a huge disadvantage in terms of firepower. This game's problem comes from too much dependence on the rest of the team. Another problem occurs when friends player together.
Summary: Honestly in general this game is just a lot of fun! Think of LoL or DoTA, just first person. Also something to note is that this game is a LOT faster than those games, obviously. I would best describe this as a good pick up game. You pick it up, play for a bit till you need to go somewhere, easy to jump in and out of .
Summary: Great game, would have been nicer if it was 10 buks, but no glitches, bugs or any outbalanced classes. Runs on most computers easily, so, no problem, best played when u have a team of your own, should give a ten, but if it was 10 buks, 10 stars ;P
Summary: Very enjoyable Social game.. It is a blast to play online but the game improves 10 fold when u get a few mates together on the same team. The graphics are great and there is a lot more to do in the game then TF2 offers. The classes are different and interesting and are all fun to play.
Summary: There is more here than meets the eye. Sure, do the tutorial and use the single-player mode as training, but get your butt to the multiplayer crossfire matches ASAP. That is where the action is and let me tell you there is a ton of action to be had here. You will be trying new strategies all night long and having a blast doing it. Think Smash TV meets Tower defense meets 6x6 FPS. Wow! Will probably give it a 10 when the editor is available.
Summary: Well designed and adequately polished to at least warrant it's price tag, but like so many games, full of a wretched, unfriendly, unhelpful and childish community screaming "umadbrah?!?!" Latency is good but guns seem to move pretty sloppily, even when fine tuned DPI-wise. Oh well, if you think TF2 moves too fast and lacks gravity, this is a much slower cousin, though I think we always hoped for something more in the middle. Cuz only 2 classes move quickly.