Override 2: Super Mech League Reviews

Override 2: Super Mech League is ranked in the 17th percentile of games scored on OpenCritic.
80 / 100
Dec 29, 2020

Override 2’s combat is drastically changed from its predecessor, acting more like a fast-paced 3D arena beat-em-up than a slower mech fighting game.

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8 / 10
Dec 24, 2020

Override 2 has a lot to offer prospective players. From its satisfying, enjoyable combat to its varied, colorful stages and mode options, the game has everything it needs. Except for people playing it.

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7.4 / 10.0
Jan 5, 2021

Override 2: Super Mech League is a great local and online multiplayer 3D brawler. With a ton of moves, a huge roster of cool and unique characters, and flashy special effects, Override 2 offers hours of fun. Go into the game with the knowledge that the online implementation is somewhat limited, with no cross-platform or cross-generation play. But when battling friends at home or online, Override 3 can't be beat.

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7 / 10.0
Dec 27, 2020

Despite some changes from the previous chapter, Override 2: Super Mech League is a decent fighting game that can count on a larger roster of robots and a gameplay suitable for everyone.

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7 / 10 stars
Jan 4, 2021

Override 2: Super Mech League offers intense giant-robot battles and a few headaches along the way.

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7 / 10.0
Jan 12, 2021

The Brazilian game Override 2: Super Mech League has interesting proposals, such as unique fighting modes and varied characters. Unfortunately, much of this content is hindered by poor performance on Switch- this version is full of command lag and graphical glitches. This does not mean that you will not have fun moments in the title, as there are many cool points, like the opportunity to control a gigantic fighter Mecha. Just don't get too excited about the idea, as much of that greatness can be affected by the frustrating performance.

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7 / 10
Jan 18, 2021

Override 2 is a different beast compared to the original. It’s easier to grasp, much faster paced and far more dynamic. Fans of the first game might not gel with these changes which make it more akin to a traditional fighting game. Despite the tweaks and a lack of game modes, this game manages to bombastically portray destructive kaiju battles in a very satisfying way.

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3.5 / 5.0
Apr 15, 2021

Override 2: Super Mech League shows that a mech-fighting game can be fun and look good. However, the lack of options and the constant camera battles limit long-term replayability. Still, even for a short time, live those mecha glory days!

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Jan 11, 2021

Override 2: Super Mech League truly flourishes when four friends can play together at the same time. It would be even better in the same room, but unfortunately, that's impossible for the time being. The online matchmaking holds up well through this setup, however, and you can definitely feel the hours melting away when you really get into the groove of things. It's just fun to beat up giant robots!

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6.9 / 10.0
Dec 29, 2020

For how Override 2: Super Mech League was conceived, it should have been a fairly long-lived multiplayer title, a goal that already falters in its first week and not a little. The almost total absence of variety, of an object and, worse still, of fun (since most of the time you are against slightly incapable bots) make it a wasted opportunity, even for those like me who appreciate unconditionally all about mecha. I don't know how much margin for improvement this project can have, but I have some hope in that.

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65 / 100
Dec 23, 2020

Override 2 shows great character design in its twenty (plus Ultraman as a DLC) giant robots, and the combat system is simple, yet fun. But the game has some technical flaws and the enemy A.I. is poor.

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6.5 / 10.0
Dec 29, 2020

Override 2: Super Mech League can be a lot of fun at its best as a mech brawler, but is ultimately pretty light on content and depth as far as its characters and combat.

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6.5 / 10.0
Dec 29, 2020

Override 2: Super Mech League has very unique mechanics and fun combat, but needs to be rebalanced to be more competitive.

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65 / 100
Dec 30, 2020

The sequel to Override offers us a greater number of mechs, settings and game modes, but changes its gameplay to make it more arcade and accessible compared to the slower and more tactical gameplay of the first installment, which may be a disappointment for some. The game modes are insufficient and more could have been added, but the League mode is especially entertaining and will give us a good amount of hours.

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6.5 / 10.0
Jan 14, 2021

Override 2: Super Mech League gets it right on bringing a generous amount of robots with different styles, colors and sizes to choose from. Also positive is the option for game sessions with friends at home - or even online if you agree to buy the game together. However, on consoles, performance is a point that gets in the way of the experience. It is better to choose a PC with a good configuration or even one of the new generation consoles. If your vibe is to play solo, get ready for a lot of repetition and slow progress towards accumulating pennies and unlocking irrelevant little things.

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6 / 10.0
Dec 28, 2020

Override 2: Super Mech League is fun on a multiplayer level and we'll really enjoy it with friends. Correct and enjoyable if you manage to get into its competition dynamics but with several errors that keep it from the best fighting games.

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6 / 10.0
Jan 4, 2021

Override 2: Super Mech League has many of the pieces that would make it work as a full package, but when the oversized mechs actually go to battle, it becomes a shallow, unrewarding shell of its potential.

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6 / 10.0
Jan 5, 2021

Available on pretty much all formats including next-gen consoles at a budget price, there’s lots to like about Override 2: Super Mech League. The core of it is basic but solid. Ultimately, though, it’s let down by League mode which becomes a repetitive slog way too quickly. It’s also disappointing that you can’t easily party up with friends in any mode other than Versus, where you’re stuck fighting against each other or the CPU. If you find solace in repetition, or have a group of friends that regularly get together and would enjoy some mech-based mayhem, definitely consider picking it up. Otherwise, you might want to give it a miss and see if it’s improved further down the line.

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6 / 10.0
Jan 8, 2021

The lack of human players to battle online is an even bigger issue. The game needed to have cross-platform play between most if not all its launch platforms to maintain a community. It might also have been better to launch the game as free-to-play with a smaller roster and to then deliver paid extra options, once a group of players became fans. Maybe a future title in the series can focus on creating a community first, to make the mech fighting concept the successful brawler it can be.

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6 / 10.0
Jan 5, 2021

Sometimes, aiming for a wider audience isn’t the right solution. Override 2 isn’t better than its predecessor at all. Its gameplay is much simpler and less appealing, its visuals are far from impressive for a PS5 title, and it’s still very underwhelming if you decide to play it on your own.

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