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Content Rating: Everyone
The action combines familiar arcade shooting gameplay with a unique possibility to switch gravity. Colorful graphics appeal to both younger and adult players while first-class music by Simon Viklund makes the adventure feel even more epic.
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Robonauts is a game that knows precisely what it is: a classic arcade-inspired shooter with unique mechanics to keep it fresh. Traversing the stages can be childishly fun – provided you don’t have motion sickness – and the increasing difficulty level poses a nice challenge to overcome. While I understand their aim for making this an arcade game, I find myself disheartened as it had the potential to be more with only a few tweaks.
Robonauts was a fun game with some glaring faults. As a single-player game, it really isn't that strong. The mechanics shine but it lacks a meaty experience to enjoy. Where it makes up for this deficiency is in its multiplayer offerings, which provide a lot of excitement. It changes up the campaign maps in a significant matter as well as offering a fun time anywhere you are. If you are up for that, then Robonauts could be the experience you’re looking for.
Robonauts is a game that really does deserve to be good. It has a bunch of decent ideas loosely brainstormed across its brief campaign that ultimately turns an interesting concept into a short-lived gimmick, making the overall experience fun but somewhat a little short and disjointed. It’s a bit like bringing a cooked chicken to the table and calling it a roast dinner. Don’t get me wrong. I love chicken, but it’s so much tastier with all the extra trimmings.