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Robot Legions Reborn

Robot Legions Reborn

Action, Indie
Shoot in all directions to destroy legions of hostile robots. Upgrade your weapons to become the ultimate robot hunter. Challenge yourself with Hard and Arcade modes, both new to Robot Legions Reborn.
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Shoot in all directions to destroy legions of hostile robots. Upgrade your weapons to become the ultimate robot hunter. Challenge yourself with Hard and Arcade modes, both new to Robot Legions Reborn.
buy 2.99$
Offer will be valid for another 17 hours
Release Date19 июля 2016 г.
DevelopersSkyboy Games
PublishersSkyboy Games
OSWindows
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Single-playerMulti-playerCo-opShared/Split Screen Co-opShared/Split ScreenSteam AchievementsFull controller supportSteam Trading CardsSteam CloudSteam LeaderboardsRemote Play Together

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Windows
Minimal
  • OS: Windows Vista or later
  • Processor: Intel Core Duo or equivalent
  • Memory: 256 MB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 128 MB available space

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Description

On a planet overrun by robots, one rogue unit is fighting to preserve the will of the original Makers. Shoot, dodge and upgrade your way through countless robotic enemies for only you can defeat... the Robot Legions.

Blast your way through the legions of robots to liberate your home-planet!

Featuring:
  • Multiple enemy types, each with unique behavior
  • Collect cash to upgrade your defense and firepower
  • Special feats to accomplish for players who want an extra challenge
  • New to Robot Legions Reborn: Special Hard Mode campaign for the ultimate challenge
  • New to Robot Legions Reborn: Control the game using keyboard and mouse or gamepad
  • New to Robot Legions Reborn: Bigger explosions and screen-shake
  • New to Robot Legions Reborn: Special Arcade Mode with support for 1 or 2 players
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Reviews about the game

Robot Legions Reborn29.04.2017

I bought this game long after I played the flash version. Seeing they 'improved' the game, I felt like giving it another go and why not add another perfect game to my list? Overal Score: 5/10 The additional difficulty didn't feel balanced at all. The gimmick is that every dying enemy releases a sphere of projectiles on Hard and that certain enemies are even more cheap with their projectiles, be it adding a slight homing to them or additional bullets per volley. After Stage 4, all my attempts at perfect runs felt closer to luck than skill. I got a perfect score because the enemy didn't instantly spawn behind me and unleash their kamehameha while I attempted to dodge the exploding corpses. Stuff like that. Took about 5 hours of retrying stages to get 9 perfect victories. The flash version isn't that much different than the version on here and it's not worth buying for the update. Maybe for the local co-op survival mode, but again, it doesn't do anything special. It isn't a bad game by any means if you stop at Normal difficulty and Normal is what you get with the Flash version. I'm downvoting the enhanced version because of the many flaws that should have been fixed to justify a release like this. There isn't even a restart level option as a small example of some touch ups that the game should have been given.

Colonial Gull
Colonial Gull
I don't recommend
Robot Legions Reborn20.07.2016

Great little game for the price. Beautiful art and animations, nice retro feel. Campaign pacing feels a bit slow, and the upgrade system is a bit simplistic, but I can't really complain. Definitely worth buying.

Rough Rook
Rough Rook
I recommend
Robot Legions Reborn24.07.2016

If you like Robotron 2084, this is your kind of game! I've played it for a couple of hours now, and finished the Normal level Campaign. There is also a Hard level Campaign, which I can tell is going to be a lot tougher, just based on the first few levels. The game has an upgrade system, where you can buy upgrades with money(?) dropped by the robots you are destroying, so you are always progressing. It's going to take a while to unlock all the achievements here, and I think that's the point of a game like this, besides just beating all the campaign stages. Some people just don't get what arcade style games are about, and maybe some of those people won't like this. But if you play arcade games, you know what you're getting here, heheh There's also an Arcade Mode, which I have only played a bit so far but it has 2 Player Local Co-Op! If you haven't tried Local Co-Op gaming, you really should, it's always a blast. Oh, and did I mention the asking price on this game is about the same as a bottle of Coke?! This should be at least $5 for the amount of content here.

Intense Mole
Intense Mole
I recommend
Robot Legions Reborn06.01.2023

The game seems like a lazy port/remake of a mobile/Flash game or a very old game. [h3]Pros:[/h3] [list] [*] Arcade mode and Steam leaderboards (single-player or 2 player local co-op) [*] Difficulty selection for campaign mode (Normal, Hard) [*] You can select the campaign level you want to play [*] You can upgrade armor (HP), HP regeneration, speed, damage, rate of fire, multishot, cash magnet and cash bonus. [*] Its retro music is kinda catchy but lacks variety [*] Supports playing with a keyboard or a gamepad [*] Reasonable price [/list] [h3]Cons:[/h3] [list] [*] Sound effect glitches when you play it a for longer than about 30 minutes. Have to restart the game when that happens. [*] The Campaign level status bar (showing player's Armor, Fire Mode, Progress and Cash) is too close to the center of the screen and prevents you from seeing more important stuff such as incoming enemies and / or their projectiles. [*] Very low resolution and no settings for it [*] Low graphics quality [*] No alternate playable robot type [*] No alternate weapon type and no shields [*] Upgrades are very grindy since prices increase exponentially - especially in Hard mode. You have to repeat previously completed levels to be able to pay for the exorbitant upgrade prices. [*] Very very hard to survive the last few levels (especially Level 15) of the campaign in Hard mode. You either have to be a master of evasion (even that might not cut it) or a very lucky gamer. [*] Some of the achievements are unreasonable and almost impossible to get - such as getting perfect victories in 9 different Hard levels (not getting hit or crash into enemies even once in a bullet hell scenario where even the destroyed enemies release fire in every direction). [*] You can retry a level you failed to complete right away. However, you can't retry a level that you just completed but failed to perform a "feat" to get the achievement. You have to go back to the main menu, choose Level Select and then select the level. Is it so hard to add a button to retry a completed level? [*] Leaderboards only accessible through Steam's Global achievements page; not in game [/list]

Wicked Pheasant
Wicked Pheasant
I don't recommend
Robot Legions Reborn26.07.2016

Loved this hidden gem on the 360. And I love it here. Definitely worth the price of admission if you're a sucker for Robotron-inspired games like I am. The arcade mode is just that. You take on wave after wave of enemies until you die. Check the video, and you get the idea. In the "campaign" mode (there is 0 story), you get to upgrade your robot with credits you pick up from killing enemies. This is fun, but goes by very quickly. If you die, you get to keep the credits you earned for the run making it just a matter of time before you'll be fully maxed out. I would have preferred only keeping the credits that you earned upon completing the level, but I also realize that it probably would have been a huge pain to try and balance properly. Also, the alternating firing in campaign mode makes for some interesting strategic positioning being required during gameplay. The most important thing to point out here: This is through-and-through an actual twin-stick shooter. That is, you most definitely want to use a game controller for the "twin sticks". Using a mouse for this particular game just isn't quite right. It would be like playing Quake with a game pad, Street Fighter with keyboard, or driving with your feet.

Moderate Flamingo
Moderate Flamingo
I recommend
Robot Legions Reborn20.02.2018

A pretty simple though enjoyable twin-stick shooter.

Disabled Wildebeest
Disabled Wildebeest
I recommend
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