You've been challenged to a fight, and the robots are waiting. Do you pick a Ray 01 body and equip it with a Wyvern gun and Burrow bomb P, or do you opt for a Javelin with Satellite pod and Feather legs? Custom Robo lets you and up to three friends customize robots with nearly 200 unique parts, then turns you loose in a virtual battlefield to prove who's the top robot commander.
Game Storyline: Custom Robo is set in the not-so-distant future, where mankind solves conflicts by battling customized robots on virtual battlefields known as holosseums. In the arcade and versus modes, players will choose robots, check out information on opponents and holosseums, then customize their robots to maximize their chances of winning.
In the single-player mode, players take on the role of a young man trying to honor the wish of his deceased father by becoming a robo commander. He joins a down-and-out bounty hunter firm and, surrounded by a crew of misfits, sets off on an adventure that not only tests his resolve but teaches him the value off friendship and family.
Characters: The robots take center stage in Custom Robo. There are more than 30 body types and hundreds of parts players can use to alter their appearances and abilities. Choose from all-around Shining Fighter models, powerful Metal Grapplers, hard-to-catch Stealth Vanishers, sky-soaring Trick Flyers and many, many more.
How to progress through the game: Players select the robots they want to use, customize them with the parts available and battle away. The single-player RPG tutorial sends players from battle to battle, where they learn helpful fighting tips and unlock new parts for use throughout the game.
Special powers/weapons/moves/features: The game has nearly 200 unique parts and robots.
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