Not everyone who got fairly into Uber Entertainment's Monday Night Combat should go in expecting to immediately fall in love with Super Monday Night Combat due to its increased focus on strategic play. That said, if multiplayer online battle arenas aren't your cup of tea, don't write off SMNC just yet.
Uber has added a new game mode, Turbocross, which seems like a nice middle ground. Most notably, turrets are rebuildable, player movement is quicker, damage is more lethal, and passive powers from leveling have been removed. The end result should be faster-paced matches and a more intuitive feel for newcomers.
Additionally, you can now give your character a mustache. All is right with the world indeed.
|9:00 AM on 05.12.2012|
Mr. Destructoid comes to Super Monday Night Combat!
That's right, kids. Mr. Destructoid has arrived in Super Monday Night Combat! We've teamed up with the bacon-loving maniacs at Uber Entertainment to give the game a sexplosion the only way Destructoid can. The Mr. Destructoi...more
|9:30 PM on 05.10.2012|
Super MNC update adds Steam Trading, crossover with TF2
Announced through an absolutely hilarious trailer called "Friendship is Sharing", Uber Entertainment has released a huge update for Super Monday Night Combat with the biggest addition being Steam Trading. Just head...more
|1:00 AM on 04.18.2012|
Oh hey! Super Monday Night Combat is now on Steam
"F*ck it, we're doing it live," tweets Uber Entertainment's Chandana Ekanayake in reference to the studio's latest game Super Monday Night Combat showing up on Steam earlier than expected. Players can download the free-to-pla...more
|2:30 PM on 04.06.2012|
PAX: Super MNC is super improved
I’m a hard person to please when it comes to Monday Night Combat. After logging countless hours on the XBLA version, playing the Super MNC beta at first had been...lacking. However, after my hands-on session at PAX Eas...more
|10:30 PM on 10.31.2011|
Sign-ups open for Super Monday Night Combat beta
The cast of Super Monday Night Combat as zombies. Cool. Cooler yet? Uber Entertainment is allowing willing participants to sign up for the game's closed beta over here. Though Monday Night Combat had a few noticeable issues, ...more
|11:32 PM on 08.26.2011|
First look at Super Monday Night Combat
Monday Night Combat was a very good game. It had some pretty glaring flaws, but it was conceptually solid and happened to be a lot of fun to play. A year on, and Uber Entertainment is back with Super Monday Night Combat, a PC...more
|2:15 PM on 08.25.2011|
Free-to-play Super Monday Night Combat sounds fantastic
Uber Entertainment's next game is an extension of Monday Night Combat with a greater emphasis on multiplayer online battle arena elements. Dubbed Super Monday Night Combat, this new third-person shooter will be found among th...more
|3:00 PM on 06.15.2013|
Wargaming CEO is excited for World of Tanks on Xbox 360
A familiar site at every E3 for the past few years has been a giant tank sitting just outside West Hall of the LA Convention Center. Wargaming has been constantly promoting its free-to-play tank shooter World of Tanks, and th...more
|4:00 PM on 06.14.2013|
Ultima Forever reduces freemium prices due to fan outcry
As we all know, freemium models tend to do more harm than good if they're not well designed. There's a very fine line between "wanting to monetize your game" and driving players away, and in the Canadian beta for Ultima Forev...more
|10:00 AM on 06.13.2013|
Nintendo is planning to release a free-to-play game soon
Nintendo is apparently gearing up to launch a free-to-play game this fiscal year (which ends March 2014), as announced at E3 during an analyst briefing. Evidently the game has been ruled out as a Mario or Pokemon game, and it...more