Domiverse PC Review

Hello everybody, Shaun Meyers here to share my thoughts on Domiverse by Haunted Tie and Plug In Digital.

Disclaimer: I received a copy of the game from the developers but like all of my reviews, this had no effect on my thoughts and experiences with the game.

Domiverse is a 2D brawler themed game that pits 8 overpowered characters against each other. The game’s main feature is it’s local multiplayer battles but it can also be played in single player throughout.

The game features 3 major game modes including Battle, Arcade and Challenge. In battle mode you and up to 3 other players battle it out on various platforming arenas. Each arena is unique and some have hazards which can be activated by stepping on a button. There are 3 sub-game modes to choose from for battles including survivor, king of the hill, and ace hunter. You can also chose from other options including free for all/team, game length and CPU difficulty.

In Arcade Mode you take part in a series of levels that revolve around battling, breaking targets, and reaching a portal. These change depending on which character you play as and what difficulty you choose.

Challenge mode features 2 different events for you to play through, each with 5 levels to complete. The first is target and the second is run. These modes show up in arcade mode, as mentioned.

One thing that’s worth mentioning about this game is that since the characters are all overpowered, they all die in one hit. Games go by pretty quickly but they’re very fun. Especially if you can gather 3 of your friends to play with you, it’s a total blast.

Overall, Domiverse is a very solid 2D brawler and if you get some friends to play with you, it’s that much more entertaining. The game also has some very crisp pixel art and I loved the soundtrack too. My favorite level wound up being the one that takes place underwater. That map is gorgeous. Character wise, I found myself using XAND the most. Hit rapid fire machine gun was very useful. I recommend him for beginners as well since he’s really easy to get used to. If you’re in the market for a new local multiplayer game to play with your friends then I recommend giving Domiverse a try, it’s quite fun.

Thanks for taking the time to read this short review folks, and I’ll be back with my next review soon, until then, happy gaming folks!

Shaun Meyers out!

Domiverse

$12.99
8.7

Replay Value

8.8/10

Graphics

8.5/10

Gameplay

8.7/10

Audio

8.5/10

Entertainment Value

9.0/10

Features of Interest

  • Very Entertaining
  • Tons of Replay Value
  • Crisp Pixel Art
  • Great Soundtrack
  • Great Local Multiplayer

Worth Mentioning

  • Doesn't Have A Lot of Game Modes to Choose From For Battles
  • Not A Lot of Challenges Either

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