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Robotek Review

 Kind of like a more strategic puzzle version of Pokemon you need to up levels in order to learn new skills or get further in the game you build robots which I found for a SNES game very smart or attractive play-wise overall

RoboTrek start scene

RoboTrek start scene  which shows some of the robot 

When you start game you need to meet the dad in the game when you go back to your house then build your first robot which costs 2000 and then next robot costs 3000 once you get two robots it can make the game more easy but I dislike you can't use more than one robot in the same combat stage of the battle which I feel makes it have big flaw to me overall here.

You can upgrade the robots as your human character levels go up means you can boost health or guard among other stats which can allow you to take on more aggressive monsters overall here and the delay of the baddies look wonderful to me like  Digimon style .

Akihabara   dad first part of the game showing the father as like a scientist

Akihabara   is the name of the father in game you will go back to his house  some of  the time for getting further in the game .

Building your first robot with the robots to help you

Looks kind of like the animation style of gameboy colour in SNES form for how the robot creator looks which I felt was a good idea to promote the gameboy or SNES from within the game and the animation you get to see in action I find very enjoyable to watch overall.

Akihabara meets hacker to steal idea

Hackers are robots which are designed to steal the ideas of inventors which I think is good idea in some ways to teach people about why illegal hacking is a  wrong act to kids or adults a like from a videogame good way to teach in a way wisdom  to people.

Showing robot getting build further on

Showing robot more less build now here

Robot vs Hacker   in forest area battle with container in front of him

Robot vs Hacker character he's not to hard when you get to like level 2 to 3 and it will be turned based combat but each monster will normally get more than one attack from each monster but they will normally be low attacks so nothing to worry about to much with your health going down unless it's already low overall.

Bob got Rusty Drill !! in the mine part of the game

Collecting item Rusty Drill can allow you to perform parts of the game later on


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