[REVIEW] Aftercharge is a Decent Multiplayer but Little Else

[REVIEW] Aftercharge is a Decent Multiplayer but Little Else
credit// Chainawesome Games

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Chainawesome Games' Aftercharge is a cute multiplayer game where players control either invisible robots or gun-toting guards. The robot team's job is to break all of the generators, while the guard group's job is ro guard them, naturally.

There are a few different types of robot and guard for players to chose from but the basic difference in gameplay between the teams is that one group gets guns while the other is invisible. The robots mostly use melee attacks and can revive one another wothout limit as long as one player on the team is alive to do so.

[REVIEW] Aftercharge is a Decent Multiplayer but Little Else
credit// Chainawesome Games

While Aftercharge's 3 v 3 asymmetrical mutliplayer is an awesome concept, that's about all there is to the game. You can run longer matches with more rounds or just do a basic two round quick play, but there's little else to the game than one type of multiplayer mode.

Sure, that mode is unique, but once you get bored of it, there's nothing in Aftercharge keeping you playing. It doesn't help that the game's servers aren't always reliable, and just might drop your connection mid-match with no way to rejoin.

There's nothing inherently bad about the game, you just get very little for your money.

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About Madeline Ricchiuto

Madeline Ricchiuto is a gamer, comics enthusiast, bad horror movie connoisseur, writer and generally sarcastic human. She also really likes cats and is now Head Games Writer at Bleeding Cool.

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