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Robot Alchemic Drive

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Overall 6
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Features 7
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Gameplay 7
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Graphics 7
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Sound 4
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Lifespan 7
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Robot Alchemic Drive

Gaming Target
3 February 2003
  • Summary: Yo dudes! Like, I was scarfing this way gnarly wave back there. And then all the sudden this HUGE metal man came up behind me and like knocked me out. What a bummer!
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Overall 8
8.2

Robot Alchemic Drive (R.A.D.)

Into Liquid Sky
15 December 2002
  • Excerpt: The whole mech game genre has been hampered by many cash cows and boring games trying to cash in on their respective T.V. shows ( Gundam: Journey to Jaburo is a prime example). While some are pretty decent, there just hasn't been an American released mech game that can be called "Excellent". Yet Enix brings us a totally original mech game that is actually fun to play.
  • Pros: Unique controller scheme, Plenty of upgrades for your mech, Pretty long game, Very original, and well executed ideas
  • Cons: Graphical Glitches, Horrid Voice-acting, Plot seems shamelessly tacked on
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Robot Alchemic Drive – Review

GameCritics.com
15 December 2002
  • Excerpt: There have been "Big Robot" games available as long as there have been consoles, but we've had a real bumper crop this year. I'm certainly not complaining, but the games in this genre typically share a number of traits, and with so many released in such a short time, it only magnifies their similarities. Don't get me wrong; I'm definitely a fan, but a greater amount of variety and divergence is needed. Robot Alchemic Drive ( R.A.D.
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Overall 8
8.0
Gameplay 8
8.3
Graphics 7
7.3
Sound 7
7.2
Control 9
9.0
Addiction 9
8.6

Expert Review

PSX Extreme
21 November 2002
  • Excerpt: America hasn't had ever had too many niche games come from Japan and for good reason. Most of the games are usually only decent on the whole because of the exact reason we call it a niche game, a unique experience or aspect geared towards a subset of gamers. Enix's Robot Alchemic Drive (RAD for short) is exactly this but surprisingly is a better than average game.
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