Attractive and compassionate, she is adored by the male students. Unfortunately, Tsukioka Industries eventually goes bankrupt after having poured all of its resources into the covert development of the Meganites, gigantic machines with seemingly no use or application. Overall Good -Excellent Mech designs and graphics. This game has aged remarkably well. Direct every movement of your machine and slug your way to victory over colossal opponents in brutal hand-to-hand combat plus missiles, lasers, shooting fists, boomerangs, and much more.
The choice of character not only dictates the storyline, but also influences the type of robot players will command. System availability and price Robot Alchemic Drive is exclusively for the Playstation 2. The level progression is boring. It's pretty much how I always imagined a game involving giant robots would play. D offers for the giant robot battles.
The game has two control schemes, one simple and one more complex. This game needs way more attention than it got. The voice acting in the English version is intentionally awful, as a parody of old-school giant robot anime and movie English dubs with almost no budget. A lot can be said for the unique human perspective that R. This is pretty much like Neon Genesis: the game. It is the near future, and space travel has been rendered impossible due to the Nectar Radiance, a mysterious radiation permeating space, that vaporizes organic material on contact and penetrates all known spacecraft shielding.
Missiles, lasers, and other weapons are also available, and each robot can be further customized with additional parts. D has a very unusual control scheme that takes some getting used to. Thus, every year, many Japanese games never see release in America. The concept of this game is great, but after awhile it will get boring. This is amusing at first, but then really weird.
He finds himself torn between the desire to protect his loved ones and the need to control the Meganites. Much more than a simple action game, Robot Alchemic Drive accurately simulates the operation of a remote-controlled metal titan in crowded, active urban environments. The story is a little cheesy and the voice acting couldn't be more cliche. I controlled my character and stood in front of a train thinking they wouldn't have bothered programming a reaction. So, when it stops at the supermarket, jump in the back of the truck, and stay there until you get to the school area. The giant robots next to the small humans and buildings give R.
The humans are pretty easy to control using the d-pad and face buttons but the use of the shoulder buttons and analog sticks to control the Meganite makes them awkward but then again shouldn't something that big be at least a little hard to control? Characters like Ryo were given heavy California-surfer speech patter, used Americanized pronunciation, and even a news reporter character, Mika Banhara, spoke with an almost offensively thick Japanese accent. Before beginning the game, players choose which of the three characters they would like to portray: Naoto Tsukioka, Ryo Tsukioka, and Yui Tsukioka. Instead, the hero drives the Meganite by remote control, using a control device remarkably similar in design to a PlayStation Dual Shock. Without warning, colossal monsters teleport onto Earth's surface, wreaking havoc and devastating many cities, with Senjo as their next target. Released by Enix of all companies in 2002 in North America, R.
Standing over 130 feet tall, this menacing robot is rumored to have been named after the Tower of Babel. The real star of the audio however, is the voice acting. Direct every movement of your machine and slug your way to victory over colossal opponents in brutal hand-to-hand combat plus missiles, lasers, shooting fists, boomerangs, and much more. The thrill of for example firing off all ordinance all rocket attack from Gilang across a city and totally destroying a giant alien that had full health is a lot of fun Gilang is considered a slow lame robot on the roster list. Large attacks and flying rocket punches can demolish the buildings the player stands on, so the game becomes an interesting balance between jockeying for position and viewing angles. Its sheer weight makes it sluggish and difficult to handle, but also gives devastating impact to its punches.
Unlike most games in the genre, players help guide the robot using a teenage character running along the ground. Best use of funds ever. It is simply awful — in an awesome way. I enjoy this game almost as much as the Godzilla Save The Earth. The characters appear as fairly low res polygonal models, but when they speak, are represented with some nice looking anime stills, which differ as conversations change. . I heard about this game years ago and was finally able to find a copy on eBay.