The first thing that struck us, even with this early version of Multiversus, is the quality of presentation.
Once you actually get into a match, this quality continues to remain present in the various attacks and animations of every character.
Let’s touch back on the two versus two format, something that clearly separates Multiversus from its peers.
It’s the sort of characterisation that you and your mates would ponder back in school, brought to life in this title.
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