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'Robotech: Invasion' (PS2/Xbox) - Screens & Trailers

by Judy on Oct. 4, 2004 @ 12:40 p.m. PDT

Set during the "New Generation" era of Robotech, Invasion is a first-person shooter that features transforming Cyclone motorbikes and Invid alien fighters. Other features include progressive scan support, widescreen mode, and 16-person online play.

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In the 21st century, humankind was freed from the confines of the solar system through the discovery of an alien technology known as Robotech. But contact with the stars also brought war with the Invid, a race of parasitic aliens bent on conquering and transforming the Earth into their new homeworld. Now it is up to the battle-hardened survivors of the Robotech Expeditionary Force to lead the way for one final attempt to liberate the Earth from the Invid Invaders!

Robotech Invasion is coming...

Features Include:

  • Single player, two-player split-screen and online play
  • Up to eight players via Xbox Live! or the PlayStation 2® online pack
  • Beautifully rendered 3D environments straight from The New Generation series
  • Freeform first-person shooter action with expansive outdoor environments and clear objectives
  • Sophisticated enemy AI with different behaviour patterns for each enemy type
  • Two parallel scenarios: playing as the second character reveals a whole new perspective and fresh plotline.
  • Control Cyclone bikes with a realistic feeling of momentum, balance and traction
  • Hive raids, gang confrontations, searches for Protoculture energy sources and more...

Developed by Vicious Cycle, the team behind BattleCry, release date: October 2004

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