Anarchy Reigns (released as Max Anarchy in Japan) is a beat ‘em up title from the makers of Bayonetta in the vein of Devil May Cry and God of War. Released in Japan two weeks ago, it was originally slated to hit the Western market at around the same time. However, shortly before release, Sega announced the game would…
Anarchy Reigns may have a decent single player campaign, but where this game really shines is in the multiplayer. The game sports a roster of 17 characters (18 with Bayonetta) and has 13 separate types of multiplayer.
Going into Anarchy Reigns, I knew two things about it. 1) It was made by Platinum Games and 2) you could play as Bayonetta in the multiplayer. And with its Western release pushed to 2013 (despite the full English game being on the Japanese disc), it seemed like a must play. As I went through the game, chopping up…
With all the hype surrounding Platinum Games' Metal Gear title, another of their games, Anarchy Reigns, has somewhat fallen through the cracks. Anarchy Reigns is a 3D beat 'em up in the vein of God of War and Devil May Cry starring much of the cast of previous Platinum Games title MadWorld.
"Hide your wife. Hide your husband. They are drillin' everybody out here." So warns the latest character trailer starring Garuda, the one-ton Transformer armed with a pair of high velocity drills.
Kotaku readers, meet Durga. He's the latest addition to Platinum Games and Sega's Anarchy Reigns, a man with Wolverine hair, a tiger tail and the camouflage jumpsuit to match—oh, and a mechanical leg with a huge-ass gun.
She's one part Bayonetta, one part purple people beater. She's Mathilda, and she's ready to enter the blood-soaked multiplayer ring of Platinum Games' Anarchy Reigns.
The game we've known as Max Anarchy until now—well, for the past two days—will be known as Anarchy Reigns when it comes to the West. Sega makes the latest game from PlatinumGames official today, with all-new screens.
...Max Anarchy, a new online multiplayer game for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, a title revealed in the latest issue of Japan's Famitsu magazine. It features the return of at least one original Platinum Games character.