Excerpt: Spyborgs is a hack and slash done in the sci-fi fashion. Players get to take on the role of a cybernetic super soldier. There are three characters to choose from. That means either you play with a friend, or the computer takes on the role of the team mate.
Excerpt: Don't let the Cartoon Network graphics deceive you. Spyborgs, the two-player co-op brawler from Bionic Games, is hard. Bloody hard. It's odd, actually, having a game look and sound the way Spyborgs does pummel you into oblivion every 20 seconds.
Conclusion: While the gameplay doesn't do much to win you over, the game itself actually looks quite good. The members of the Spyborg Initiative all have a distinct look and their character models are fairly well detailed.
Summary: While not the game initially previewed, Spyborgs has evolved into something else. A fun little old school brawler, with the difficulty that entails. Being aware of how difficult it is, and how reliant it is on having a second player, Spyborgs is a fun game.
Summary: Spyborgs is a team-based action-adventure game set in a stylish world where you take on the role of a diverse team of five bionic superspies in a fight to save the world from a group of dastardly villains.
Excerpt: It's somewhat comforting to know that, even in the distant future, a good old fashioned beat down is the best way to resolve conflict. In Spyborgs, you are a sledgehammer looking to turn mechanical minions into scrap metal.
Summary: When an elite team of cyborg agents takes on a nefarious villain and his army of mechanical goons, there are going to be some serious robot casualties. In Spyborgs, you rack up the robotic death count by battling through hordes of enemies with your cybernetically enhanced arsenal.
Pros: Solid beat-'em-up action, Sparse motion controls are well implemented, Appealing visuals
Cons: Demanding default difficulty, Camera and control issues, Poor enemy variety, Limited moveset isn't very satisfying, Dull story