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  • Summary: Robots thrusts players into the role of Rodney Copperbottom, the hero of Twentieth Century Fox's 2005 CG animated feature film, as he sets off on thrilling adventures through the living worlds of the movie. The game incorporates movie assets -- including character, graphic and animationRobots thrusts players into the role of Rodney Copperbottom, the hero of Twentieth Century Fox's 2005 CG animated feature film, as he sets off on thrilling adventures through the living worlds of the movie. The game incorporates movie assets -- including character, graphic and animation assets -- to produce a distinctive impression of playing in the film's universe. The Robots' world is about to be taken over by an evil tyrant and it is up to the player to save his fellow robots from a tragic destiny. Players hop on a train to a mechanical metropolis of moving gears and winding parts, meet an unforgettable cast of characters and battle evil machines -- discovering the many ways a robot can turn his parts into cool and unique gadgets. [Vivendi Universal] Expand
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  1. Nintendo Power
    52
    Although the game's rolling-ball-in-a-halfpipe transport system sections make brilliant use of the DS's 3-D graphics capabilities and touch-screen steering, the rest of the game is a basic platformer with few DS touches. [Apr 2005, p.100]
  2. A run of the mill platformer that does nothing we haven't seen a thousand times before. It also makes little effort to take advantage of DS's unique interface.
  3. 45
    I honestly hope that the film version of Robots isn't as dreadfully dull an adventure as the franchise's handheld exploits.
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  1. AllyNotyl
    Mar 14, 2005
    10
    Vivendi Universal Games really surpassed themselves : the game is highly addictive and it contains wonderful graphics and action. A must-buy.
  2. Mar 24, 2018
    8
    This game is definitely not the best, but it is not as bad as some would be lead to believe. I played the DS version, which added little to aThis game is definitely not the best, but it is not as bad as some would be lead to believe. I played the DS version, which added little to a fairly good game, and that was the main criticism, but I simply see it as the same experience on a different platform. This is an average game that you can pick up for cheap, so if you want to play it, pick it up used. I am a bit blinded by nostalgia, but looking back on it now with my most critical eye, I can say that it does not suck. Expand
  3. NintendoPSBox
    May 15, 2005
    1
    Complete crap.