Although Agents of Mayhem comes from the same pedigree stable that brought us Saints Row (Ed: That’s Volition games, if you weren’t already aware), it’s much closer to mule than thoroughbred. It’s a feast for the eyes with stunning graphics, engaging environments and a compelling world. All of this is overshadowed by the ghosts of repetitiveness, grind and a lack of real diversity. Let’s dive into this review with guns blazing and I’ll explain further.
The name’s Bronson, Clifford Bronson. It’s the 60s and our spy has infiltrated a villain’s underground layer to retrieve an artifact that is protected by a network of deadly laser beams. Will the classically-trained spy waltz through the beams and capture the prize? Find out in this retro claymation short.
The Bronson Maneuver was created by artists Ryan Sluman, Joon Kim, Danny Dahlquist, and Mike McCain as an entry for CG Society’s “Challenge XXIV – Secret Agent”. See the full list of the entries at CG Society.