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: is a very good beat ‘em up title. The game has awesome boss battles, decent controls, it utilizes the Wii Remote effectively and it’s a challenging game to play (depending on what difficultly level you’re playing on).
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.
Excerpt: When word initially leaked about the upcoming Spyborgs , two things stood out. The first notable was the developer, Bionic Games. Made up of former Insomniac and Obsidian staff, I could finally be excited about the prospect of a 3rd party Wii exclusive.
Summary: Kid-friendly beat-em-up game play returns to the Wii in Spyborgs, an arcade style brawler. Technically strong, Spyborgs offers a robust, albeit slightly repetitive, experience for those who yearn to kick the crap out of stuff.
Pros: Fun, arcade-style brawler action, Tons and tons of game hours, Technically impressive and everything works