BATTROBORG ARENA REVIEW
What to expect from your Battroborg
It’s time to battle with Tomy amazing Battroborgs which have been produced by the amazing Tomy. Before we take a look at the amazing battle between good vs evil in this case it’s Jake (Good) vs Mark (Evil), I will tell you about this wonderful game.
You start the show with two amazing miniature battling Robots which are controlled via a motion controller.
You hold onto the controllers and by moving your hands, you can either make your robot punch and attack your opponent.
The feel is very similar to with the WII nunchucks controller , however with a difference this is very real watching your robots dash around,its so much fun to play. Just imagine having the Battro borg arena out when the whole family are at your home, the contests would be awesome giving young and old a chance of winning.
Start by selecting your character/Robot, you get two to choose from when you order the battroborg arena. One thing which immediately springs to mind for me is the film Real Steel which stars Hugh Jackman.
The the battle commence! Check out the video to see who wins.
Mark is the red robot and Jake is the Green Robot, have a look and see who wins the challenge.
Each time you strike your opponent the battroborg registers this and is able to keep a close eye on your score and how many punches is left until it is lights out literally.
Each Battroborg has an LED light which changes colour indicating your battroborgs condition and status. Once your robot has taken 5 hits you are out of the game and if your robot battroborg decides to fall over half way through the match unfortunately you are also out. You certainly can hear this by a sound effect that is heard which ever way the knockout happens.
You can play this game with a minimum of two players, however due to the wireless technology you are able to play with more than two without any interference at all. This is because the robots have their own wireless frequency, meaning no interference at all from other remote controls or opponents. Technically you can play with one person using the dummy battroborg robots to practice on.
Design is great too you have a range of battroborgs to choose from which allows you to purchase more figures for your children making this game have that ever so desired lastability factor.
Battroborg has been around for at least a year, they were released in Japan originally. These are now released in the UK and US and most certainly will be on most children’s Christmas lists this year.
Also notice below in the picture there are 4 dummy white Battroborg robots, these are to help test your skills before the battle commences.
In our house this amazing Battroborg arena and robots will be coming out for a family battle on a regular basis, bring it on!