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Atomic Robo-Kid

Atomic Robo-Kid (GEN) game cover art
Platform: Genesis
Genre: Scrolling Shooter (Horizontal)
Developer: Micronics

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
12/13/1990
JP
12/14/1990

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Staff Reviews

Atomic Robo-Kid review

Reviewed October 09, 2004

Marc Golding says: "Where to begin? ABK's faults read like a grocery list--of spoiled items. Your character, an annoyingly cute R2-D2 wannabe, is too large and clunky and slow. What this amounts to is having to drag your excruciatingly lethargic metallic carcass around until you manage to earn a speed up icon. Without one, you won't stand a chance. To that point, allow me to fast forward to the site of the game's supreme manifestation of this greatest flaw, a sticking point that is almost laughable in its hideousness. "
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Reader Reviews

Atomic Robo-Kid review

Reviewed January 24, 2004

overdrive says: "So, your world is on the brink of destruction thanks to the evil mischief caused by a group of diabolical robotic governors. Who will you call upon to save all of existence from the dire fate awaiting it? "
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