Of course, this all assumes that you are a fan of anime, as this game makes use of that visual style. I love it like crazy. Fighting with the right borgs will make a difference in the outcome of the battle. You fight other robots and collect them after you beat them. For more characters, you can trade with your teammate to assemble a powerful unit and roll on to victory. We still have titles for 23 systems and this will not change in the foreseeable future! Fitting then, that it should pile on the innovations, fun gameplay, and Japanese wackiness last seen in Viewtiful Joe. Every type of Borg in the game has its own unique form of attack, but most of them are just variations on the same basic hack-and-slash, projectile attack, and dash-attack moves.
The lid to the toy box has blown off its hinges and the toys are ready to rumble. Removed Due to Copyrights This page has been removed due to a request from Nintendo of America Inc. Before each battle you can manage your borg collection and put together different combinations to battle the enemy. You can also view your borg collection and look at their stats. As mentioned before, the story of Gotcha Force involves warring factions of robots, who are referred to as Borgs. This game definitely has flaws, but it is the best hidden gem for the GameCube and definitely needs a sequel.
Gotcha Force revolves around a group of anime-faced kids who command not monsters, but tiny robots who are out to save or destroy the world. Everything during combat moves at an extremely feverish pace, so basically, the only real strategy to your attacks should involve locking on to the enemy closest to you, hitting the attack buttons as many times as you can until the enemy's dead, and then allowing the game to auto-lock on to the next enemy for you. Ok, I read these reviews and I think it's basically a case of self-important game critics who didn't even try playing for more than an hour- and certainly not with 4 players, or even 2. There are an incredible number of different types with hundreds of differnt moves and styles and costs, the key element is finding what suits you and how many points you can spend. The game has a pretty enjoyable soundtrack. It also has a lot of replay ability.
Also, your borgs level up as you play with them, giving them more health, and ammo before they have to reload. Aside from the aforementioned camera problems, the game's method of animation lends itself to the incoherency of the combat as well. The battle arenas in the game look flat-out bad and essentially reuse the same flat, ugly environments but include a few changed set pieces and some needless destructible boxes here and there. This is highly disconcerting, to say the least. Most of the time the characters say one word of a sentence, and half the time I think it is not in English. Replay value is top notch. Gotcha Force is the new frenzied robot battling game from legendary game developers Capcom.
You then embark on an adventure to save the world with your super powered robot toy. Everything about the game is consistent with the overall theme. Combat in Gotcha Force is pretty much relegated to just running around and hitting attack buttons while hoping for the best. Ultimately, the biggest challenge in Gotcha Force's combat comes from just trying to figure out what the heck is going on at any given point. Whoever's side has the last remaining Borgs standing wins the battle. The story, graphics, and music are all very mediocre or worse , but the gameplay really stands out. The real game starts in the Multiplayer, both in challenge mode or in Versus.
Win battles and gain new troops, which you can trade or use in future fights. As there are more than 280 different Borgs you can collect in Gotcha Force, it may seem like this ability to combine near-limitless types of teams would make for a highly varied type of gameplay experience. Actual combat begins with one of your Gotcha Borgs or one of your Gotcha Borgs and one of your allied commanders' Borgs. The concept seems strait out of a Shounen Anime, you control custom built teams of mini-robots to battle. The difficulty level can be adjusted to accommodate players of all levels.
I believe the reviewers didn't play beyond the first few levels. This game would have been groundbreaking if it had Internet but, well. Add in that not only cna you trade your bots with your friends, you can also find and trade parts, assemble your own from the groudn up and trade 'em around some more. Then kick ass in a variety of partially destructable 3D stages. The same goes for your allies, and the same goes for your enemies.
The collecting mechanic is exciting and perhaps my favorite element of the game. Play against your friends or work together to defeat your evil foes. There's not much voice acting to be found in the game, but what is there isn't good. Released in 2003, this game was developed and published by Capcom. This is what really makes the game, it is very fun to play as any character. If you want to play a game that is a blend of Megaman, super smash brothers, virtual on, and has the collecting aspects of Pokemon, then this game is perfect for you! This game's been out in Japan for a while and people are still finding new Gotcha Borgs to get into the ring. We feel we have reached this goal and helped cure more cases of nostalgia than we could have ever imagined.