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Usurper is an upcoming 3D Beat-em-up umbrella game that fits into the Eterniverse as an "alternate future" scenario.
The story takes place as an alternate future for the second Eternal Brawl game. After the defeat of the Eggman Empire, the Eternal Brawlers decide that they need to put a stop to all the threats that have tried to take control of their universe. Thus, a sort of government is formed, with the more powerful characters such as Rosalina, Thor, Palutena, and Raiden as the heads of the government, and the less powerful ones/lesser known ones (most of the playable characters are comprised of these) such as Luigi, Alpha, Kirby, and Vanellope as the soldiers. However, an unkown force is trying to break apart the government, and the heroes need to find out what this mysterious dark force is and destroy it.
The gameplay is similar to games like Fantendo Chronicles, as it's an Action/Beat-Em-Up game, and up to two characters can play at a time. It plays like a LEGO game, as it's an open world game where you can interact with the environment. Also like a LEGO game, you can switch between any character that has been unlocked so far, (but while playing multiplayer, two players can't be the same character.) Each character has a Special Move that can be activated when a meter is filled. You fill this meter by defeating more enemies. Each character also has a distinct advantage and disadvantage, similarly to Rekrokan. When playing with two people, some characters work better with one specific character then the rest, and these are called "partnerships."