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Oct 17, 2006

^^ndstitle-1233^^ by shaunj66 at 8:26 PM (3,276 Views / 0 Likes) 11 replies

  1. shaunj66
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    ^^ndsrelease-1233^^
     
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    Nice, been waiting to play this [​IMG]

    http://xcomp.gamebrink.com/?p=348

    Not sure when the English release date for this is but from what I've read, it sounds fun so far.

    Now, can't wait for Tales of Tempest next week [​IMG]
     
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    The english one is published in 2007, if I recall.
     
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    Works fine on G6L (DoFAT+Force R/W, Soft-reset & Trim).
     
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    Got it to work on M3 (Trim Rom, Software Reset, 4X DMA, Force R/W)
     
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    Loved this on the GameCube, can't wait to try it on the DS.
     
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    Well, I got this to work using Safe Mode, Trim ROM on my M3.

    Again, don't have much time to try it out but, looking pretty fun so far. Very simple 2D graphics with a mix of 3D. The dream you had at the beginning gave you a taste of what's to come right away... Not sure what these Custom Robos have to do with the Police Patrol yet, though [​IMG]
     
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    The English version is due in December last I heard.
     
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    There are 2 in japanese (possibly have translations) on N64 that are also very nice if you wish to see more custom robo games.
     
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    Did anyone find a way to easily compare the stats of 2 gadgets for the same place of your robot? When you get lots of them, it's hard to see what is the best one, and I'm trying to find a way to easily see what stats are each of them better on, like in most RPGs.

    Does anyone have a clue?
     
  11. shaunj66
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    Someone requested I try this on the DS-Xtreme - it plays and saves fine!
     
  12. x_comp

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    Cheers, Shaun! That was me! Good to know how the DS-Xtreme is performing so far.

    Anyway, playing the game right now and so far the battle's have been all fast paced action. The CPUs offer some aggressive competition so the fights haven't been too one-sided although it's not hard to win with homing ammo etc.

    It's also fun using the stylus to pose your Robo in different backgrounds so I like it so far! Not to mention you have to clean your Robo with a cloth or it'll be covered in dirt!

    The story's really... fictional but at least they added in the daily "eat-breakfast-go-to-school-return-home-sleep" routine to add in some realism [​IMG]
     

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