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HI OH Bacon: MNC store OPENED!!!

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Uber Entertainment has opened up their Monday Night Combat merch store! Read More

Monday Night Combat’s Unmasking

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Monday Night Combat is slowly taking off it’s mask, to scare us all!   BOO!!!! (click: Read More)

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Monday Night Combat Custom Class Endorsement Guide
10 years ago

Monday Night Combat Custom Class Endorsement Guide

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Monday Night Combat has been out for a few solid weeks now and the XBLA Fans team has put in more than their fair share of hours boasting a …
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XBLA Fans Wednesday Night Game Night: Monday Night Combat
10 years ago

XBLA Fans Wednesday Night Game Night: Monday Night Combat

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Please excuse the irony of the title, but at XBLA Fans, we love Monday Night Combat. The only problem is that we have more free time on Wednesday.

We …
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Monday Night Combat: Meet Your Assassin
10 years ago

Monday Night Combat: Meet Your Assassin

The crowd will roar. The lights will shine. You will get stabbed by a chick. Uber Entertainment has revealed their latest details on the Assassin character, and SHE kicks ass…

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Uber (Monday Night Combat) Giving Back to Their Fans
10 years ago

Uber (Monday Night Combat) Giving Back to Their Fans

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The Summer of Arcade lineup is full of great titles.  We were very impressed with Limbo when it hit the marketplace last week, and while we haven’t …
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Monday Night Combat hands on preview
10 years ago

Monday Night Combat hands on preview

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Monday Night Combat is a true fusion of genres. The title is a third person shooter tower defense hybrid very much in line with DoTA. This should be no surprise considering the lineage of the Uber team: many of the developers worked on the DoTA game Demigod. The hybrid concept alone creates a very addicting blend, but the developers kept building on the idea. They created a humorous, quirky design that draws clear parallels with Team Fortress 2. They developed six highly varied character classes, each with their own unique style, moves and weaponry, as well as a create-a-class option. They then pushed the limits for an Xbox Live Arcade game with in-depth persistent career through single player, co-op and online multiplayer modes. In the end, it becomes increasingly hard to classify this game, as it breaks many typical molds; however the game is easy to describe: it is flat out awesome.

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