Multiverses Review (Xbox Series S)

Our Multiverses Review has us choosing from Harley Quinn, Tom, and Jerry, Finn the Human, Wonder Woman, Steven Universe, Jake the Dog, Garnet, Superman, and an extraordinary creature named Reindog. Every fighter boasts unique abilities that pair dynamically with other characters.

Multiverses Review Pros:

  • Decent cartoon-like graphics.
  • 5.2GB download size.
  • 1000 Gamerscore.
  • Arena fighter gameplay.
  • The tutorial section along with an advanced tutorial.
  • Can rebind controls.
  • Customize colors, outlines, and placement of the Hud elements.
  • Twitch Extension Muxy Game link support.
  • Gleamium is the paid-for premium currency.
  • Gold is the earned currency.
  • The lab is where you can practice and set up scenarios.
  • Custom game support.
  • Online game modes – teams, 1v1, Co-op vs Ai, and free for all.
  • Bot-supported game modes – 1v1, teams, and free for all.
  • Battle pass system boasting free and paid-for tiers of unlocks.
  • Daily missions.
  • Seasonal milestones.
  • You can earn exp for the battle pass and your character in bot matches.
  • Earn EXP and level up each character individually to unlock new perks, abilities, etc from their own Battlepass-looking unlock the table.
  • 17 characters at launch.
  • Global cosmetics – ring out, banner, badge, and announcer’s voice.
  • Perks are equipped at the match start and these can change how your character plays.
  • Unlock and equip four emotes.
  • The collection shows off what you have unlocked.
  • Decent loading times.
  • Use the same move too many times and its effectiveness drops.
  • A lot of systems going on but you can just mash your way through.
  • For all intents and purposes, this is Super Smash Bros DC edition.
  • Games are won by different modes like best of 3 eliminations or you have four lives etc.
  • Player rank is where you earn exp from playing and that too has its own line of unlocks.

Multiverses Review Cons:

  • Takes some getting used to.
  • A small pool of modes to play.
  • You only get a couple of characters at the start.
  • Takes ages to get gold in order to buy characters.
  • No power-ups or health pickups in all the game modes, only select ones.

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Developer: Player First Games

Publisher: Warner Bros. Games

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You can say Multiverses is just a Super Smash Bros clone but it’s more a case of its a game in the same genre, Multiverses is a fantastic game. What I liked is the roster of characters and the fact they will drip feed in new characters alongside season passes etc is actually a good way to do it. The tutorials are in-depth and can be frustrating but they serve a purpose and allow anyone to get to grips with the basics. I like how I’m Multiverses anyone can win no matter the skill level because honestly, it’s all over the place but in a controlled way. It’s still early days but Multiverses will live or die off character choices and implementation.

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!