Take on the role of disgraced government scientist, Dr. Wilder and create an array of giant monsters to wreak havoc on the comic-inspired, cel-shaded city streets. Eat people for power and destroy everything in your path using heavy-hitting melee weapons, mortars, powerful long-range lasers and more! Join up to four players in cooperative off-line madness and stop at nothing as you totally destroy the city and your path of vengeance! But beware; as your rampage progresses expect heavy resistance from police and SWAT units to the army and even the air-force!
• Build your unique creature in the Monster Lad and go on a monster mash, causing as much damage to the city as possible
• Team up with up to four players for cooperative destruction and mayhem
• Power your custom-created beast’s weapons and abilities by eating the city’s inhabitants
• Enjoy bonus missions, multiplayer modes and global leaderboards to maximize your monsterous mayhem!
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X360 (online), PS3 (online)
Spare Parts tells the story of courageous robots Mar-T and Chip, who find themselves dumped out with the trash on a strange planet. Working together in co-op mode (either local or online), the mechanical duo must find a way to repair an abandoned space ship and escape the planet before evil Lord Krung can dispatch his henchmen to destroy them. Searching the hostile environments for ship parts and currency, Mar-T and Chip will also collect upgradable action parts – such as Rocket Boots – to unlock new abilities that will aid them as they rescue other stranded robots, and battle countless enemies including the relentless Krofax troopers, hostile spider monkeys and even a Super Huge Mega Laser!
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Over 100 tracks geared for blazing fast racing action – each loaded with daring jumps, thrilling loops, crazy ramps, and a host of other insane stunts – are just the start. Players have access to the most powerful portable track design system ever, giving TrackManiacs total freedom to create the most over-the-top race courses imaginable and offering practically unlimited value. The more you race, the more you can do; TrackMania’s “Coppers” reward system gives you credits for completed races which can be used to unlock new tracks, new car paint schemes, and most importantly, new parts to use in making the tracks of your dreams. With single and multi-card local wireless multiplayer support for up to four players at a time (and eight players via hot-seat mode), in addition to the ability to share and race on each others’ custom tracks.
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Cyber Troopers Virtual On: Force
CYBER TROOPERS VIRTUAL-ON: FORCE is the third installment in the VIRTUAL-ON series, released in arcades in 2001. It introduced a four-player, 2-on-2 multiplayer system, a step forward from previous games’ 1-on-1 battles. It also employed a magnetic card reader system—rarely seen at the time—which allowed players to come back and continue their game again and again. Even today,
nearly a decade since its release, “FORCE” continues to be a favorite among arcade gaming community.
The Xbox LIVE-enabled multiplayer mode allows up to four players to compete against each other or team up as friends for co-op play. And for single players, “Mission Mode” offers a variety of mission types and more collectible Virtuaroids and colors than ever before. The game also features split-screen multiplayer, upgradable AI teammates, and ultra-advanced HD graphics only possible on a home console system.
Players can pilot the Cosmos X2 spaceship through the solar system in an effort to defend against an alien invasion.
The Cosmos X2 can be equipped with two out of three available weapons. Each weapon provides a unique attack and defensive shield. The Cosmos X2 has a separate energy meter for each equipped weapon. The active weapon loses energy when the Cosmos X2 is hit. The inactive weapon regains energy when enemies are defeated. The Cosmos X2 is destroyed if both weapons run out of energy. Players must find a balance in their weapon usage to maximize their odds of survival.
Players can choose from three difficulty levels as they battle their way through the main adventure. Three bonus modes are also available to provide additional challenges.
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