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Pacific Rim review (XBLA)
6 years ago

Pacific Rim review (XBLA)

Pacific Rim was developed and published by Yuke’s. It was released on July 12, 2013 for 800 MSP. A copy was provided for review purposes.

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The Pacific Rim film has been praised for being big budget new IP that isn’t quite perfect, but is a lot of fun to watch. With Giant robots (aka Jaegers) versus giant alien monsters (aka Kaijus), could you ask for anything more in a summer blockbuster? A fighting game tie-in, perhaps? Well that’s what Yuke’s has developed for the XBLA and we check it out to see if it is worth your time.

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Pacific Rim is available now for 800MSP
6 years ago

Pacific Rim is available now for 800MSP

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Pacific Rim The Video Game released on XBLA today just in time to coincide with the theatrical release. The game will set you back 800MSP and it includes both online and …
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Giant robots pose dramatically in Pacific Rim teaser
6 years ago

Giant robots pose dramatically in Pacific Rim teaser

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Hot on the heels of its official announcement, Pacific Rim The Video Game has been issued a brief teaser trailer showcasing a few of the jumbo-sized juggernauts you can …
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Pacific Rim washes up on Xbox Live Arcade next week
6 years ago

Pacific Rim washes up on Xbox Live Arcade next week

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YUKE’S Co. has announced Pacific Rim The Video Game, the aptly titled tie-in to the Warner Brothers’ and Legendary Pictures’ upcoming summer blockbuster about giant robots fighting giant monsters …
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Real Steel update brings new parts, moves to robo-brawler

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Released near the end of last year, Yuke’s Real Steel – based on the movie of the same name – offered a chance to practice the sweet science Rock-Em …
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Real Steel review (XBLA)
8 years ago

Real Steel review (XBLA)

Real Steel was developed and published by Yuke’s Co., Ltd. It was released on December 14, 2011 for 800 MSP. A code was provided for review purposes.

Like its big-screen brother, one would have a fair amount of skepticism going into the game adaptation of Real Steel. However, unlike the film you will most likely find frustration rather than dumb fun. That’s a shame, really. There actually is ample potential within Real Steel, but issues that seem small at first end up ruining everything in the long run.

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Real Steel info reveals more about sweet robot boxing

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Over the last couple weeks, we’ve learned that perennial WWE game developer Yuke’s Co. Ltd’s new movie tie-in Real Steel will release in October for the price of 800 MSP. Today, an article translated for us by the ever-helpful @lifelower provides a first look at a lot of the mechanisms of this interesting robot fighting game. While the trailer posted last week showed off a lot of the gameplay, the information released today fills in a lot of details about exactly how robots box. See after the break to get all of the juicy details.

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Real Steel shows off the robotic goods in its first trailer

Did you ever think Hugh Jackman would be in an XBLA game? Well, he might not be in this but the giant robots that fight each other are the …
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Real Steel XBLA game fighting its way to October release
8 years ago

Real Steel XBLA game fighting its way to October release

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Yuke’s Co. Ltd, best known for their yearly WWE wrestling titles have announced that they are developing an Xbox Live Arcade game based on the upcoming Hugh Jackman film, …
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