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Mad Carnage

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Available on:Nintendo SwitchFeb 2, 2018

Publisher: QubicGames S.A.

Genre: Strategy

Follow John Carnage in his post-apocalyptic adventure in the world of Mad Carnage, created in collaboration with Evan Currie, a bestselling sci-fi novelist! In the world after the Great War, you will take control of intimidating petrol beasts, each with their own unique weapons and gameplay mechanics. Upgrade your cars, then battle it out in Campaign mode or on one of the 8 Custom Game maps! Invite a friend for local Multiplayer versus! Can YOU survive the Mad Carnage? Game features: Engaging strategy gameplay Advanced tactical challenges demanding flexibility Immersive storyline, created by a best-selling sci-fi novelist Customizable upgrade system A 20-level Single Player Campaign 8 local Multiplayer maps for either 2 players, or practice against an AI

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Mad Carnage is a tactical action game in a cartoonish visual style which can be entertaining for a while but quickly starts feeling repetitive as it is way too similar to other proposals in the same genre. Its gameplay mechanics feel too simplistic and there's an overall lack of variety that ends up harming what could have been a more enjoyable and refined experience.

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Mad Carnage has a few things going for it in the form of its movement mechanics and the comic strip-led story sections, but they're packaged together with an experience that doesn't do them justice. Everything else is far too basic, and thus it fails at building a cohesive experience that we could recommend.

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Mad Carnage is a fun and challenging turn-based strategy game with a different way of doing things.

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Mad Carnage is a fun strategy release on Nintendo Switch, but it's definitely not for everyone.

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