Mayhem Combat takes a whole bunch of ideas from the world of gaming and smooshes them together to create something that, for the most part, is at least as good as the sum of its parts.
Sure, it’s got problems, and it’s not going to be everyone’s taste, but there’s a chunky nonsense to the experience that’s more than likely going to leave you with a smile on your face.
The game is a brawler, through and through, but it weaves other ideas into its make-up. There’s a bit of battle royale, a bit of Smash Bros, and a little sprinkling of Clash Royale here.
In the multiplayer free-for-all, your aim is to be the last character standing. You do that by picking a fighter, giving them a weapon, and then heading out to smack seven shades of shakespeare out of everyone else.