Sparks will fly. Steel will bend. Parts will break. Metal will be crushed. Welcome to Robot Arena, where robotics designers face off to see whose creation will rule the ring. Head into the Bot Lab and build your dream combat robot from scratch, or customize a pre-built robotic warrior. Confront your metallic opponents in deadly arenas filled with environmental hazards and devious traps. Only one will emerge as the mightiest 'bot builder of them all!Read full description
Sparks will fly. Steel will bend. Parts will break. Metal will be crushed. Welcome to Robot Arena, where robotics designers face off to see whose creation will rule the ring. Head into the Bot Lab and build your dream combat robot from scratch, or customize a pre-built robotic warrior. Confront your metallic opponents in deadly arenas filled with environmental hazards and devious traps. Only one will emerge as the mightiest 'bot builder of them all!
Build and test your robots in the Bot Lab. Choose from a wide array of components, including motors, pistons, rams, weapons and much more!
Powerful but easy to use tools in the Bot Lab allow you to customize the shape of your robot's chassis exactly the way you like, with more control than ever before.
Command your creations in battle in a variety of unique arenas, each with their own obstacles and hazards.
Updated physics and graphics make Robot Arena III the most realistic and advanced robot combat simulation title!
Take on all challengers in frenzied online multiplayer!
Battle against AI opponents in Career Mode to enhance your bot designs and hone your fighting skills.
Share your bot blueprints with the Robot Arena community via Steam Workshop.
OS: Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, Windows® 8, Windows® 10
Processor: Intel® Pentium® processor (or equivalent AMD processor) 2.0 GHz or faster
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: DirectX® 9.0 compatible or higher video card with 512MB of Video RAM
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 1 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectX® compatible sound card
The game has potential, lots of it. I would say in the exhibition mode, we should be allowed to play against the ai bots. The bot lab also needs an undo button in case you mess up and want to undo something. The paint shop would be cool with in-game decals, and while painting, be able to paint wither one side, or all the sides of choosing, and be able to see what is coloured/not. What would also be great is the meshes bending, breaking, even attack decals like in RA2. I definitely would love to see the meshes bend, cave in, and even melt depending on what armour it has. But so far, the game is good. I would love to see several changes, but the game has a lot of potential, and can become a great game. I do recommend it actually, cause it still is somewhat fun, but it would be a lot better with the changes i listed.
Robot Arena despite the newer engine has really gotten worse rather than better since its predecessors. First, the physics are way off. For am example, if you hit a robot with a spinning disk with your own robot, he might not even move at all. The worse thing is that using a wedge is pointless because you cant even get under robots to flip them or swing them! For a robot arena game, the physics are terrible and nonexistent. The best part about robot arena is being able to build your robot. Sadly, construction in Robot Arena III has been simplified so much so that it has become very clunky to use. Basically, you can no longer specify where you want certain parts on attach points. You have to specifically press a button that picks it for you. This was unnecessary and really added to my frustration with the game. Speaking of parts, the variety of parts you can use in this game are very lacking! In addition, the descriptions of most parts dont fully describe what they require or what they do. Overall, I would say that Robot Arena III is a disappointment and has not been very fun at all.
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