Excerpt: About two-thirds of the way into Metal Arms: Glitch in the System (warning: minor spoiler), I found myself standing outside a coliseum about to be sent to my death. My captors—the evil Mil robots—allowed me to carry just one weapon into the arena. I selected the machine gun-like SPEW (Small Projectile Emitting Weapon; the gags in the game are generally decent, but this one is among the lamest).
Excerpt: Metal Arms is a blast. Literally. Almost more of an “action robot shooter” than a platform game, Metal Arms delivers plenty of action, some cool gameplay mechanics, and a great hero and story. But before I get into why Metal Arms is so much fun, I better fill you in on the background story.
Excerpt: On a distant planet, there exists a race of robots. These robots are fully intelligent and sentient. There are some that are workers, some that are doctors and some are fighters. There are two main groups on this planet. One consists of a maniacal ruler of an evil army, while the other is a group bent on stopping this metal fiend. No, I am not talking about Transformers , this is Metal Arms: Glitch in the System .
Excerpt: Démantelez vos ennemis jusqu'au dernier boulon ! Vous êtes Glitch, petit robot d'une demi tonne, fortement armé et prêt à en découdre pour sauver Droïd City. Véritable machine de guerre en miniature, Glitch est déterminé à sortir son peuple des griffes de l'abominable Général Corrosif...