On aggregate site , the game has a ratings score of 76. Pushing power: This shows how powerful a robot is at pushing other robots. The creation side of things is interesting, and you can come up with some cool beasts armed to the teeth with deadly weaponry. Weapons fly off your and other robots. My opinion: Once you have this cutting disk you will need no alternative. Angle poise lamp 100 credits Weight: 1kg Game description: The angle poise lamp is sure to blind any opponent that dares to come too close.
My opinion: Personally I hate these wheels; I always stick to using the Medium inner foam filled wheels as they are more defensive. Torch cutter 9500 credits Weight: 7kg Game description: The torch cutter uses a mixture of powdered metal and a fluorocarbon oxidizing agent, which is heated by a thermal generator to 600 degrees at which point it ignites, burning at a temperature of over 3000 degrees. But just a second this game is imense amounts of fun, once its working properly I found that i could quite happily play it for 6 or 7 hours at a time. When all eight stages are completed, the player takes part in the Final Battle, which is an endurance battle against various real-life competitor robots and one house robot entering the arena last. Just stay away from the robot with the bomb and give the bomb away immediately if the bomb is placed on you. The sides of the wedge face have been chamfered down to give better looks and opponent flipping ability. However, this is a good body if this doesn't matter to you.
However, there's infinite storage space, the game is so broken it's outright hilarious at times, the arenas are good, the weapons that work are pretty satisfying to use and you can create a robot that can fly. In total there are eight stages, each featuring a different number of tournaments. If one robot holds the bomb for too long the bomb will explode and that robot will be eliminated, another bomb is then planted on top of another robot, and the process repeats itself until only one robot is left standing. The low gear ratio gives a relatively low top speed, but excellent acceleration and agility. These scores are displayed after the battle. However, only the robots and arenas unlocked in Competition mode are available to use.
Nerves of Steel Type: Knockout Rounds: 3 Competitors: 24 Entry Fee: 3000 credits Prize money: 20000 credits Cost: Unrestricted Weight allowance: Unrestricted Weaponry allowed: Advanced Tips: This is probably the most difficult tournament in the game. The player fights robots in championships around the world, starting at Robot Wars Londonstudio, in order to gain prize money to unlock new levels. The game has a customisable control system. Again, this works well with another weapon, but it is a weapon in itself. It is hard to get a decent blow in with this. The game also features a quick start 'pick up and play' function, so gamers can select from a range of pre-built robots, and get straight on to the realistic 3D action. These are very effective weapons at immobilizing robots.
Basicaly this is a good game, but it could have been a brilliant game with just a little more work. Standard- As shown above Tank steering- Each stick controls one side of the robot, so up on the left stick will turn the robot to the right etc. My opinion: These are useful when building your robot at the start of the game, though later on you will want to change them. In the game there is a total of 57 custom built robots including My First Bot to use in competition and arcade mode. No Pinball, Gauntlet, Sumo Good Points 1.
Probably the best part of the game is building your own robot, and buying many other robots that are available e. Searchlights 90 credits Weight: 1kg Game description: Never loose an opponent again with these powerful searchlights. A , but the gameplay, arenas and available robots differed greatly between the two versions. What can i say, some people have slated this game for poor graphics, poor commentary and loads of bugs. If a robot falls into the Pit, smoke erupts, and the robot then disappears, allowing for an infinite number of robots to fall into the Pit in any one battle. My opinion: This is my favorite axe. Left analog stick- Left stick controls all the movement of the robot.
It can also be placed elsewhere on your robot for extra damage. Here I will give a full list of robot parts available in Robot Wars. Stay away from the crowd; that is the best tactic I can give. My opinion: This is a better variation as the flipping ability is greater. My opinion: This is good if your strategy is to push your opponent. It is light, but is susceptible to all forms of attack. In this game, players can fight as their own created robots, or leading robots from the series, such asRazer, in arenas around the world in order to earn money to unlock new levels and buy better robots and parts.
My opinion: These are great for budget robots if you can spare the weight. My opinion: This is the better high dome to use. Obstacles in the arena can devastate your robot or take it out of battle. The high cuboid is a bad body to use. Your first task, then, has to be to design your own robot. It needs to be strong though as armor can be smashed off a robot during battle.