Summary: I don't understand how Vivendi Universal could turn out such swill for a piece of hardware such as the DS that offers so much. The DS has wireless capabilities, a microphone for things like voice and sound recognition, a normal screen and a touch screen. So, what do we get out of a Robot's DS game? A nearly exact port of the GBA version of the game. This wouldn't be so bad if the GBA version also wasn't such a mediocre version, but it is.
Summary: Robots is pretty much a port of the GBA game but with a few added features to utilize the touchpad. The graphics are pretty decent on the DS, but the gameplay and replay value could use a little help. I suggest you rent the game or try it out before you buy. It's great for the kids, but for the average adult, you may want to look elsewhere. Try WarioWare Touched! It's a game with great replay value!
Conclusion: I liked this game at first, but it got a bit boring after a while. the game is basically one big level and you can go round different sections, talk to robots and find them 'parts' so that they give you things in return. some things are really hard to find and it gets soo boring walking round everywhere trying to find it. the bosses in this game are pretty easy, and so are the other regular opponants you face.