Summary: I've always been a huge fan of mecha and giant robot games and movies. This game is just another splash in that big genre. While the gameplay is engaging players will often find themselves mired down by REALLY BAD Anime cutscenes that you cannot skip no matter what.
Summary: Don't get this game it is so boring I tried it and hated it. The controls are so annyoying, you have to press r2 and L2 just to step and you have to hold R1 to turn and ..., I mean its terrible and another bad thing is the view.
Summary: I've played a LOT of games, and have always found that the best games are the ones that make me so mad that I throw my controller across the room and smash it to pieces. I've repaired more controllers than I can count. However, R.A.D. makes me want to throw my controller for a different reason.
Summary: As the official reviewer and several others have pointed out, the biggest drawback of this game is the unavoidable and stupid storyline. You can't skip it no matter how many times you lose and re-start a level, and it adds nothing at all to the gaming experience.
Summary: I wasnt sure about picking up this game or not. I had my reservations. But I always liked the Voltron series as a kid & this robot looks just like Voltron. To say the least this is the best Monster/Robot fighting game I have ever seen!! There are 57 missions total.
Summary: im not even going to waist too much time on this. I got the game because my friend said it was really good. i got it and it really bothered me, story line is bad and the same thing over and over again. DONT BUY THIS GAME!
Summary: The Great - For once, you can play a giant mecha game where the mecha truly feel GIANT. From their earth shaking steps, to the building destruction, these mechs feel HUGE! The graphics for the mecha are also fantastic, and some great camera work on perspective.
Summary: Upon playing RAD for the first time, my brother and I immediately started "versus" mode and had an absolute blast...we each controlled huge, lumbering robots and tried our best to beat the pulp out of one another. We quickly learned, however, that our fighting skills were only half the battle.
Summary: R.A.D. is a very revolutionary game (and everyone knows those are rare nowadays) It is a Mech game with some really cool twists, You don't ride in your mech/robot... you actually control it by remote control, your always looking for a better perspective to view the action.