|Killer Joe |
Rented it, took it back an hour later to get something else. The video store did not hook me up. 5 for memories.
rise of the robots was the first combat game to use artificial intelligence
or by making comments about Rise of the Robots on the clock :)
"360 degree freedom of motion" I think they tacked on an extra 180 degrees on there
I see this in the "please buy me, I promise I'm good" bin at alot of used game stores.
|Albuquerque Halsey |
1. robot punching
2. robot kicking
3. robot doing bugger all
4. Desperate video game company lies like George W. Bush to try and get their steaming piece of shit out the door.
That's the entertaining part of this video.
Almost completely unplayable. I remember the manual contained a list of special moves that were completely impossible to pull off - and I don't mean they were really hard, I mean they simply didn't work.
Hey, they used focus groups! Focus groups never lie!
I think my parents bought this game for me. I did manage to beat it, though I think that's the moment when I learned what dissatisfaction was.
I was at the E3 where they were hyping this garbage.
Nothing in this ad is true. NOTHING.
Clay Fighters came out around the same time. It was better in every way, and it still wasn't all that great.
Just to add insult to injury they released it for every platform imaginable.
I was looking forward to this game for fucking ever at the time. Delay after delay after delay until I finally got to play the demo. I thought it was some kind of cruel joke.
Games are still trying to pull off this "AI" bullshit and never succeeding.
Sluggish is a horrible understatement. I remember playing this game at my friend's house when I was 12. The graphics were pretty impressive for the time, but the actual game was nearly unplayable.
That being said, the backgrounds were designed by an actual architect.
Hay guys, Street Fighter II and Terminator 2 are pretty popular, let's rip them both off and slap it together in a giant shit sandwich!
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