Summary: While the models look good, the story itself is enjoyable, and there is good customizability for your Robo fighters, what drags this game down into the gutter are glaring technical issues. For starters, the character models are stuck on the same facial expression. The developers tried to make up for this with expressive portraits, but that only works when the majority of shots are top-down.
Summary: The gameplay is amazing and the graphics are unbelievable for the gamecube. The single player is fun for a pass time, but could be a lot longer. When you are playing with friends, there is a chance you will be playing for hours. This is a very addicting game.
Summary: the battles in this game are actually really fun even though they're short, you can customize your robots and unlock lots of new parts. however, without the battles, there is no freedom to explore, you have to go to certain points, the graphics aren't that great, and all you can do is run around. but, the robot battles are great, and that's what makes this game fun.
Summary: Over all the game was just an attention get-er, i loved the customization and the strategy required for playing this game like a beast. It was just fun to like run around and shoot teleport etc all around the field and just use different combinations to successfully adapt and defeat your target.
Summary: As my summary suggests Custom Robo is like Armored core in that you create your own robot but instead its really simple you just choose a robot and you choose a gun, a bomb, a pod, and boosters to use in battle. The story is alright it follows a nameless hero (you give him a name ) as he fights an evil syndicate and learns the truth about a monster that almost destroys the planet and has returned and finds out what happened to his father.