Dynasty Feud is a multiplayer brawler developed by Kaia studios, it can be played with up to four players online or locally. The game shares similarities with Towerfall Ascension, or more loosely, Super Smash Brothers where players choose a dynasty (faction) and battle against each other until only one team have any characters alive.
Part of your rotation
While Dynasty Feud can be played online it can be difficult to find a match due to the small player base. While this does limit your options it isn’t really the best way to play the game. Dynasty Feud is best played in local multiplayer and can be fun to put on when you have friends over. The game is really easy to pick up and only uses a few button for jumping, shooting and blocking but offers enough nuance to reward learning the characters abilities and any quirks of the stages. Each dynasty has a variety of brawlers from long range characters using guns or spears to more melee focused fighters that have more health to help them compete.
Dynasty Feud isn’t exactly chess but it does allow for some underhanded tactics to help you get the upper hand. Between lives you can choose which member of your clan to spawn as next giving you the chance to pick someone who can exploit your opponent’s weakness. You also have a super move that charges up over the course of the match and learning when yo use it becomes important as you and your friends get better at the game.
Worth a shot?
There’s not much more to say on Dynasty Feud, the graphics are relatively simple and have the feel of a Facebook browser game and the music isn’t memorable but with the right group of people the game itself can be entertaining. If you’re looking for something else to add to your collection of party games Dynasty Feud is fun enough to earn a place in the rotation.