Spyborgs Wii

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  • Summary: When players take control of the weapon-enhanced cyborgs in their pursuit of a nefarious traitor, they come together in 2-player co-op to face over 35 stages of mind-blowing challenges packed with epic boss battles and swarms of enemies that only a team of two can defeat! [Capcom]
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  1. Mixing old school scrapping with 21st Century sheen, this is a really solid scrapper.
  2. Nintendo Power
    75
    Spyborgs may not revitalize its genre, but it makes a respectable effort. [Nov 2009, p.79]
  3. Spyborgs is a tribute of the classical beat´em up games taking advantage of the new Wii controls. The 35 stages will offer us a huge cyborgs to defeat in amazing combats. The addictive and fast gameplay with a dynamic experience comes thanks to the chance to jump between the characters to focus better the action. The 2 player co-op plus the unique character unique powers give crazy playing moments. Sadly the lack in innovation and the repetitive of the way affects the interesting project.
  4. 67
    All that can be said for sure is that this otherwise fine and dandy game is simply missing something that it needs.
  5. It'll take more than invisible crates to win us over. [Nov 2009, p.65]
  6. Spyborgs serves up competent two-player cooperative action on a nice-looking platter, but the dish is bland and unappetizing.
  7. Spyborgs is like a blind date: clumsy and confusing, but promising some nice moments in the future.

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  1. JoradT
    Oct 4, 2009
    8
    I think that this is a very solid and polished game and that the critics have underrated it REALLY badly. The graphics and presentation areI think that this is a very solid and polished game and that the critics have underrated it REALLY badly. The graphics and presentation are fantastic, close to that of 360 games, the soundtrack is decent and there are some nice sound effects, the gameplay remains soild and thoroughly old skool however there are a couple of flaws in some of the gameplay mechanics, and the fact that it is co-op is even better. A bit more variety would be nice and online co-op would be awesome but I'm not complaining too much. Overall I think this is definately worth a look at. Expand