Conclusion: Concept: Make a me-too giant robot strategy game with a B-list toy license
Graphics: Visuals this weak are an embarrassment to the 360
Sound: Mediocre from start to finish, just like everything else
Playability: No option to speed up and/or skip the boring animations?
Conclusion: , Toshiba and Samsung (Toshiba-Samsung Storage Technology Corp) have been contracted to manufacture an external Blu-Ray player for the 360. When HD-DVD died, the only way to get HD movies onto your 360 was to download them from the Marketplace. This angered many as, not only wuld the movies expire but they took up a lot of room on your Hard Drive.
Summary: There may be a few fans of the Japanese Zoids toys and anime, but I can't imagine either of them actually enjoying this repetitive strategy title. There is nothing original about this game. Upgrading your characters is a chore, the battles feel overly long and drawn out, and you'll constantly rely on the same few attacks.
Summary: Looking back on what I've said, it appears there is nothing redeeming about this title at all. That's true. While buried deep under the muck and the uninspired gameplay, solid strategy RPG mechanics are present. If you bought the game looking for a story to discover some elements of the
universe (a fan from when it made its debut), you definitely don't even get that.
Pros: What combat is available is actually done well, but it’s so sluggish..., If you care long enough to pay attention there might be a good story underneath all of the crap.
Cons: Boring cutscenes that offer no animation, just static screens.., Horrible voice acting., Sluggish pace makes you’d rather get some housework done., Uninspired level design., Game offers little or no reason to see it through to the end, because it’s just that bad.