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Desc:Konami and LucasArts had a robo-baby
Category:Video Games, Educational
Tags:Konami, mechs, snes, super nintendo, LucasArts
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Comment count is 7
Caminante Nocturno - 2010-08-30
This looks like Cybernator, only not as good.

Also, whoever's playing this game is awful.
DrDoalot - 2010-08-30
multiplayer was fun as hell.

poorwill - 2010-08-30
I like it as much as Cybernator. Firehawk : Thexder the Second Contact is better than both put together, though!

garcet71283 - 2010-08-30
This was a good game. It was cool that you could hop out of your mech and grab a new one. Also, swording the enemies was always satisfying.
garcet71283 - 2010-08-30
Oh, and remember when Lucasarts made games that weren't Star Wars related?

Dr. Lobotomy - 2010-08-30
The game had a lot of shitty game design decisions, power-ups that lasted only a few seconds, melee attacks being several dozen times better than everything else, pitting your tiny lumbering mech against gigantic lightning fast ones with cheap as hell continual damage inflicted on you whenever you're in contact with them.

But it did have the perk of letting you foil the final boss' escape plan by parking yourself next to the escape route while his mech blows up and cutting loose with flame throwers to fry his spacesuited ass before he could run.
twinkieafternoon - 2010-08-30
Music and urgency of the game do not match his sheer incapability at all.
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