Monday Night Combat has received a permanent price drop. The competitive/cooperative third person shooter was going for 1200 MSP ($15), but you can pick it up now, and forever, for 800 MSP ($10). Unless, of course, there's a sale.
For This Week in Co-op, Kat and Tally got together online for some much needed recuperation time via Monday Night Combat (on a Monday for once! Crazy!).
Starting now, you can download Monday Night Combat from Steam for free and play until 1PM on Sunday, March 20th. You'll enjoy the full game, including all of the dlc, for the low low price of zero. If you decide you want to keep the game, it's on sale for 33% off the normal price - making it only $9.99. And if you're feeling generous you can pick up a four pack of the game to play the four player co-op Blitz mode for only $29.99.
Happy Valentine's Day from Uber Entertainment. The developers of Monday Night Combat have a new update out for the Steam version of the title on PC. There are a number of features, adjustments, and fixes, which you can see below. New Crimson Gear is available for all the pros. It might sound tough, but it's really just Valentine's Day-themed armor. In honor of Valentine's Day, Uber also has a super-sensual music video, "You are My Pitgirl," which you can also see below. It's no "D!@% in a Box," but what is?
Monday Night Combat has launched today via Valve's Steam service. With it comes not just a port of the Xbox Live Arcade original, but a game that's been carefully tweaked, balanced, and customized for PC gamers. The game has gone through an extensive beta process yielding a really balance and fun experience in both versus and co-op. Along with your standard PC settings like cutomized graphics options and lots of tweaks for the mouse and keyboard - you'll also find yourself enjoying dedicated servers!
Uber Entertainment's Monday Night Combat is on sale today on Xbox Live as part of the Countdown to New Years promotion Microsoft has been running. The price is a measily 600 which is 50% off its normal asking price. In terms of real money, that's about $7.50 instead of $15.
Uber Entertainment have officially announced a PC version of Monday Night Combat. The title will be available through Valve's Steam service with a full release on January 17th, 2011. All the modes of the original Xbox Live Arcade title will be present, including the four player co-op Blitz mode with the included Spunky Cola DLC.
About a month and a half ago, XBLA's Monday Night Combat got their title update which consisted of various tweaks and fixes. Upon its launch, they told fans that a free DLC pack was on the way. That DLC, entitled Spunky Cola Special Free DLC, launches tomorrow, packed with new arenas, private game options, balance tweaks, and yes, oh yes, churros! Sounds like a pretty good haul for, well, $0. Read on for the full release notes:
Monday Night Combat is a fine arena shooter for the Xbox LIVE Arcade. We gave it a 4 out of 5 in our review. Fans of the game can now pick up some sweet merchandise from the Uber store. There are four hand-painted resin statues available, pictured above. You can adorn your office cubicle with the Assault, PitGirl, Tank, or Assassin models. These quality statues stand 9 to 10 inches tall and will run you $69.99 to $89.99.
Monday Night Combat isn't just getting a title update, it's getting free DLC. This info comes via the official Uber Entertainment blog which details the Spunky Cola DLC coming in November.
We gave you guys a heads-up about a month and a half ago on Monday Night Combat's Title Update plans. The patch is now live! The Title Update implements numerous fixes and tweaks gameplay balance, as well as increasing the trial time from 30 minutes to 60 minutes. Players who possess the trial and have already used up their 30 minutes will be granted another 30 minutes.
We were quite impressed with Monday Night Combat, which launched earlier this summer. It did many things right: deep class based gameplay, a good dose of humor, mixing tower defense with a shooter, and, of course, perennial Co-Optimus forum favorite, split-screen online co-op. I know I've had a great time playing the game, as have many others. However, there were a few nagging issues that needed to be addressed, most notably the fact that there's just one co-op map.
What do you get when you cross tower defense, game shows, and shooters? You get Monday Night Combat - an over the top 3rd person shooter with an incredibly deep competitive multiplayer mode and a four player co-op survival mode. Robots and more robots try to steal your money. Can you stop them?
Monday Night Combat's release is right on the horizon (August 11th). To celebrate its release, developer Uber Entertainment is giving away some goodies during the time leading up to the game's release and beyond. Follow @uberent for a chance to win. Prizes include mini Pitgirl statues, signed posters, download codes, and the opportunity to play the game with the dev team!
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