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Lethal League Looks Legendary, Out Soon

Reptile Games' last game was Megabyte Punch, an absolutely excellent Smash Bros.-inspired robot beat 'em up. It got me very excited last year and rather interested in what the team would do next. Lethal League is that, a competitive "projectile fighting game" that uses an anti-gravity ball to knock out other players. The prototype has been available for some time and over the past few…

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Babe Ruthless: Baseball Gets Violent In Lethal League

Sports hooliganism seems inefficient: if you're going to behave so childishly, why not build that violence into the competition in the first place? Rollerball, The Running Man, Death Race 2000, the Thunderdome... we have countless examples of it going just dandy for everyone involved. Megabyte Punch developers Reptile Games understand this, and are combining baseball with fighting in Lethal League. It's a delightful little sport…

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Impressions: Megabyte Punch

This article would be decidedly shorter if I could assume you, dearest reader, had played (and loved) Super Smash Brothers. If so: Megabyte Punch is the indie game that will resonate profoundly with your deep core of videogame memories. It combines the control system of that ancient, favoured title with more character customisation and level exploration than you could shake a Rogue Legacy at. You'll…

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The Name Of A Videogame: Megabyte Punch

Reptile Games send word that they're working on "a customizable fighting/beat ‘em up game", and would really like us to have a look. Let's take a look, shall we? You know, just to be polite. It's called Megabtye Punch, which suggests it might just be a videogame. There's some footage below, which allows us to see that it's all a bit Super Smash Bros, with…

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