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Robo Army

Robo Army (XSX) game cover art
Platform: NeoGeo
Tags: Fighting, Brawler
Developer: SNK
More Platforms: Arcade, NeoGeo CD


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Robo Army review

Reviewed October 13, 2004

overdrive says: "The future seems to be quite a bleak place in SNK’s Robo Army, a 1991 arcade/Neo-Geo beat-em-up in the vein of Final Fight, Streets of Rage and virtually every other side-scrolling two-dimensional game of the sort. As you may expect in a futuristic game, some sort of evil dictator has taken over and created a robotic army to do his bidding — which seems to completely revolve around preventing you from stopping him from fulfilling a plan that may involve taking human brains to make his army bigge..."
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