Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid (NSW, PS4, XB1, PC) Review | SPC

Phil writes, “The Power Rangers utterly consumed my childhood up until the fifth grade. I immersed myself in the show, intently watching every episode aired (and having a crying fit when I missed an episode), standing in line for opening night of the Power Rangers movie, getting the myriad action figures and associated toys bought for me, playing the video games, wearing the Red Ranger costume for Halloween in second grade and the White Ranger costume in fourth grade, and just ate up anything I could regarding the Rangers.

Since then, I’ve grown detached from the Rangers, as new teams and faces turned me off of the show, but I couldn’t help but be pulled back in by a Power Rangers fighting game that plays like a combination of Marvel vs. Capcom with its tag-based fighting system and Dragon Ball FighterZ with its huge depth buried underneath its inviting and accessible controls. That fighting game is Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid, and this budget priced fighter is one solid surprise as a fan of both fighting games and Saban’s Super Sentai-based property.”

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