Super Monday Night Combat exists in a dystopia in which spectacle, corporate greed and marketing are the fundamental pillars that hold society together. The premise is this: there's a deadly organized sport—that'd be Monday Night Combat—where two opposing teams of corporate-sponsored clones duke it out for money and…
The update live now for Super Monday Night Combat introduces Steam Trading (among other upgrades and fixes), which means you can pickup crossover costume items in both this title and Team Fortress 2 for the super low price of nothing.
Super Monday Night Combat is a third-person five-on-five shooter that most of you can't play yet. It's been in private beta and has been updated more than 30 times since that all began in September.
Here's just a little bit more of Super Monday Night Combat, the recently announced, free-to-play sort-of-sequel to Uber Entertainment's Xbox 360 and PC game that (this time) draws a lot more influence from DotA-style gameplay.
One of the surprise hits of 2010, Monday Night Combat is getting a sequel that its creators don't exactly call a sequel. They call it Super Monday Night Combat, an evolution of the third-person shooter they launched on Xbox Live Arcade in 2010.
Well, I blew it. Monday Night Combat and Uber Entertainment dropped a story with perfect Easter ties in everyone's lap on Friday, and I missed the point. Chickey Cantor, the crazy clucker you can rodeo-ride for big buxx in the game's new title update, is not in fact named for Monday Night Combat P.A. Mickey Cantor.…
If your fetish happens to be rodeo-riding a giant chicken named for a former U.S. Secretary of Commerce, you're going to want to get Monday Night Combat's latest update, which went live last night.
There's quite the sale going on over on Xbox Live Arcade at the moment. Five of the very best games around - Limbo, Shadow Complex, Castle Crashers, Trials HD and Monday Night Combat - are going for half price. Normally, they're 1200 MSP. For today, April 15, they're only 600 MSP.
Just in time for PAX East, the latest update to Monday Night Combat brings Penny Arcade's revered Cardboard Tube Samurai to the game's PC version, as a uniform for the assassin class. Check him/her out in that vidja above.
Uber Entertainment's "Steamy Valentine" update for Monday Night Combat is filled with features and fixes, but this steamy love song is what's really at the heart of the matter.
It started with a lunchtime brainstorm by the guys who make Monday Night Combat: Maybe Valve would like to do a Team Fortress crossover? That began a process that required all of a 15-minute drive and a handshake.
Less than a month before it releases on Steam, Monday Night Combat has dropped to half off over Xbox Live Arcade for the time being. You can grab the cooperative/competitive shooter for just 600 Microsoft Points ($7.50) while supplies last.
Monday Night Combat, one of the year's surprise hits on Xbox Live Arcade, will be released on PC next month.
Xbox Live Arcade hit Monday Night Combat quenches your thirst for new ways to play—without having to pay—tomorrow, December 1, when the "Spunky Cola" add-on comes to the team-based shooter with a little tower defense flavor.
Pitgirl and Assassin bear on a banner that would illuminate any manuscript. By Jason Rainville, a regular contributor on the MNC forums.
The Monday Night Combat battle continues... in your home! Uber Entertainment, makers of the Xbox Live Arcade hit, have made four of the game's combatants available in resin form via the developer's online store.
"Rolls on," more like, as the big update hit early yesterday for Monday Night Combat, the class-based shooter on Xbox Live Arcade. For those who don't have it, the demo time trial has been extended to 60 minutes from 30.