|Warriors of the Universe|
|Developer(s)|| The Behemoth
Cartoon Network Games
|Genre(s)||Umbrella fighting game|
Warriors of the Universe is a 2016 fighting game to be released on the Wii U and will feature gameplay that takes in elements from many fighting games including Super Smash Bros. and Street Fighter as examples. The game features a large amount of characters spreading all kinds of media and many generations from the humble days of comics to the imaginative worlds of today's gaming.
Gameplay in Warriors of the Universe is a culmination of many fighting games from over the years. Every character can unleash a powerful finishing move known as the Rift Breaker, which is taken from many fighting games, and there aren't any specific special moves, which is taken from Street Fighter. The game's menu is actually a hub world, similar to Splatoon.
Main article: Warriors of the Universe/Story Mode: Destiny's Call
The Gift Shop is located west of the Story Mode building, and offers many items up for purchase with in-game money. Money is earned by completing levels in the Story Mode or by winning battles in the Arena. You can also find the Challenges section here, and Golden Breaky Things can be purchased to skip challenges (some of them can't be skipped).
There are 30 characters available from the start. 18 out of those 30 have been confirmed.
There are 45 unlockable characters. 9 out of 45 characters have been revealed.
|Character||Move's Name||Move Description|
|Mario||Freezeflame Finale||Mario grabs both a Fire Flower and an Ice Flower simultaneously and then unleashes a stream crossing attack, which can push opponents off the stage.|
|Sonic||Power of the Chaos Emeralds|
|Hatty Hattington||Furbottom's Fury||Hatty floats to the bottom of the stage before his hat glows green and then a large laser bursts from it. It blasts right through the stage, destroying almost everything in it's path.|
|Numbuh 1||Mass Decommission||A small pedestal appears before Numbuh 1. He then puts his finger up his nose and then puts the snot into the hole in the pedestal. It sends out a large beam that decreases whatever attribute maks that character who they are (e.g. Nylocke would lose his loud exclamations), but it returns to them after a minute has passed (30 seconds in stock battles).|
|Numbuh 2||Ride Along|
|Scott Pilgrim||Critical X-Strike|
|Joy||Core Memory||Joy gathers up the most important things to the characters on-stage and then puts them into Core Memory Orbs, which then boost her abilities. The effects last for half a minute before disappearing.|
|Gaijin Goombah||TANK TANK TANK!|
|Engineer||More Gun||Engineer pulls out three toolkits, all of which contain Sentry Guns, and then pulls out a toolkit with a Dispenser in it. He upgrades all of the Sentries and then they fire away at the players opposing him. The Sentries can be destroyed if someone does enough damage to them, which can prove effective in intense situations.|
|Markiplier||Scared Out of My Wits|
|The Completionist||The Struggle|
|Fluttershy.MOV||Stay Outta My Shed!|
|Hobbes||Call of the Wild|
|Gamecrazed||Black Hand||Gamecrazed transforms into an inky black hand. He can then move left and right to grab opponents and then slamming them into the ground. Gamecrazed transforms back to standard form after 45 seconds.|
|Porky Minch||Revival Spirit|
|John Egbert||Windy Thing||John goes into Hero Mode, becoming the Heir of Breath, and then charges up a wind based projectile before shooting it out. This may not do much damage, but it has amazing knockback.|
|Starlight Glimmer||Sameness||Starlight pulls out the Staff of Sameness and removes everyone's Rift Fluid amount, along with their attacks other than standard attacks. The players are stuck this way until the end of the match, so act quickly! Also, everyone has a creepy smile now.|
|Todd Ingram||Honest Ed's Implosion|
|Medic||Overdose||Medic takes a syringe and then injects himself with ÜberCharge fluid. He then becomes enhanced, with his attacks doing more damage and his syringe gun on the fritz makes for an amazing finisher!|
- The Gift Shop is run by a Cat Guard from BattleBlock Theater on the weekends and Julie from Scott PIlgrim during the week.
- The Cat Guard has lower prices, while Julie refuses to give you anything for Scott or less than $60.
- Here's what the buildings look like in-game;
- Gift Shop: A two-story brick building with two windows on the exterior of the first floor, and gray plaster covers the first floor's exterior. On the second floor, there is white plaster covering the exterior and a lone window located in the center shows that it's a storage area filled with gems, yarn, rings, pizza, golden coins, coffee cups, and an empty throne. The inside resembles Ammo Knights from Splatoon.
Credit where credit is due
- Hatty Hattington artwork made by KaraszKun on deviantART.
- Fictional characters belong to The Behemoth, Oni Press, Christopher Niosi, Valve, Nintendo, SEGA, Cartoon Network, Pixar, Disney, and YouTube.
- I don't have anything against the actual people represented here, honestly.