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Saban's Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Mega Battle

Rating Summary

Based on 30 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

45

Top Critic Average

7%

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Based on 30 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Jan 17, 2017
Xbox OneJan 17, 2017

Publisher: Bandai Namco Games

Genre: Arcade

Purchase Saban's Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Mega Battle now and receive the human characters Rocky, Aisha, Adam & Kat from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Season 2! Saban’s Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Mega Battle provides a creative and modern re-imaging of the classic multiplayer beat-em-up genre. Level up your rangers, team up with friends, summon the Megazord, and fight your way through levels stylized after classic Mighty Morphin Power Rangers episodes!
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Saban's Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers: Mega Battle - Launch Trailer | PS4, X1 '

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From the looks of it, Bamtang likely had to deal with a tight deadline and a low budget when they undertook this project, since Bandai Namco probably wanted the game to come out before the Power Rangers movie hits theaters. Seeing that the title showed a bit of potential with the way how the Rangers played, I could see this being true. However, this doesn’t prevent the game from leaving a huge dent in the Command Center.

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Power Rangers: Mega Battle captures the player with the promise of nostalgia but has no elements capable of restraining it once vanished the effect of the memories.

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Even with the nostalgia factor, I really don’t think this game holds up enough for even the hardcore fans of Power Rangers. It quickly becomes a boring trek even with friends playing alongside you. It looks like a game for kids, but there’s no way it would hold their attention for long, and the adults that loved the Rangers as kids will find it far too repetitive to keep going. Unfortunately, I just can’t really recommend this game to many people. At least not until after a deep price cut.

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