Rad arcade beat them up inspired by MK
Bad fashion is where War Gods is at, but other than that this is a solid, highly playable arcade beat them up, the likes you probably used to play back in the good old days of the arcade lounges. What it brings in terms of originality is a host of characters that inspired by gods, Egyptian, Norse, Greek and so on, with a limited number of individual moves for each characters. But don't worry. The panoply is rather large enough when it comes to moves that are shared between the characters, and the controls behave promptly. You can play in true vs. fashion with the entire host of characters, while also being able to choose any of the fighters. Some surprises will await on the way, in the campaign mode, as the backstory is pretty cool, a pulp combination of elements that plays with the origin of each player. Also, you can challenge your friends via same screen fights, both in terms of bad fashion as well as button mashing abilities. Alright, this isn't as worse as some other titles in terms of how the controls are mapped out and the combo system works, but it sure could have been a lot better. So, in the end, what it all comes down to is allowing yourself to not be too critical. This is no masterpiece, but is a highly playable and a kitsch styled bit of a mess, but its still worth a go.