Summary: Wanted to get some ps2 games that I missed out on. Its a pretty good game but can get challenging as you'll be attacked from all sides and be cut down fast. Its worth it for the price its going now.
fight the Zentradi...become a Veritech Fighter Pilot !
N. Richko "tarkin", Amazon
22 June 2011
Summary: Ok,if your a fan of ROBOTECH then who hasnt at one point or another wished he was a veritech pilot? before robotech Battlecry if you wanted to fly a veritech you would have to play import games on the super nintendo, nes, playstation, sega saturn and so on.. i should know..i have a few of those macross imports... this version of Robotech was created by TDK media active and produced by harmony Gold usa..this offering brings a cell shaded look to this game.
Summary: Well robotech battlecry is done in the 1st robotech war where the zentradi attack bla bla bla this game has 3 modes which offer deadly shooting accuracy now lots of the missions are repetitive though and will make you feel like you are doing the something over and over again killing alien invaders
Summary: I was a diehard Robotech fan as a kid. This game did a lot to ruin that for me. The game itself is glitchy; for example, when a character talks their picture appears on the bottom third of the screen with the text of what they said. Sometimes this stays there, blocking out both the text and audio of future messages (which sometime contain mission objectives and, yes, you fail the mission if you do't complete them in a timely manner, even if you never got the darn...
Summary: Since I was about 9 years old, I always wanted to pilot a Veritech and finally, with Robotech: Battlecry I got my wish--sort of. The greatest thing, to me anyway, is that you can change modes on the fly, which gives it about as much realism as you can expect without being in the cockpit. I love to come screaming in on some Battlepods in Fighter mode than snap to Battloid mode and land in their midst to blow the heck out of them with my gatling gun.
The only thing missing is your chance to whack Lynn Kyle
Ethan D Van Vorst, Amazon
28 December 2003
Summary: Ordinarily I do computer game reviews, but I picked this up for my brother for Christmas so I figured I'd give this a whirl. "Robotech" was a 3-part anime feature from the mid-eighties that chronicled the events of the Robotech Wars. This game covers the area of Book One, or the Macross Saga. The show itself was patched together from 3 different Japanese cartoons that had nothing in common, other than they were the product of the same Japanese publishing house.
Summary: Back in the spring of 1985, I remember seeing the first episode of this new animated series called Robotech. From that moment I've been hooked on the series ( since the New Haven Public Schools couldn't serve up anything near as compelling I guess it was fate). Now for the Playstation 2, TDK has taken the Robotech licence and delivered a very faithful rendition of the animated series for the PS2.
Summary: this game is everything i wanted and more. even though you cant play as the people in the show it is very good and has the right amount of dificulty to make it intresting. but the games replay vallue is low( for me ). that is probably why is is long. it has a huge amount of missions and diferent bots to soot the mision youare on. I'm out. POOOOUND IT!!!
Summary: Robotech Battlecry does justice to the show. The cartoon was great and so is this game. Playing as a pilot in the Wolf squad instead of being one of the main show characters was a nice touch. The game follows the story well and eventually goes off into its' own senario. You also meet some familiar faces here and there. The gameplay is what makes this game stand out. You have three modes to operate and each serves a different function.