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Metal Arms Glitch in the System
Metal Arms Glitch in the System
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Metal Arms Glitch in the System

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Blast your way to victory as Glitch, the gun-slinging, half-ton menacing bot of Droid City. Found as scrap metal, but transformed into destructive machinery, Glitch is determined to free his people from the evil clutches of General Corrosive and his maniacal army of Mil bots. . The setup results in an experience that approaches perpetual carnage, and it's all paced along and broken apart by some witty banter, too. But the real draw is the character's ability to sneak up behind robot foes equipped with open rear data panels and hack into and take control of them. As you venture through 40 missions, you'll find 17 deadly weapons, a variety of vehicles, and enemy bots that you can control. Annihilate the General's sinister plan to dominate the world and salvage the robot race.

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Action & Adventure


Microsoft Xbox


NTSC (N. America)



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Customer Reviews

5 Stars
Very classic fun
The game play is very much like other platform shooters of the age. Unique weapons and plenty of enemies. Speaking of the enemies they aren't slouches and can drain your health bar if you stand out and try to duke it out. Over all it is a fun game from the past that shouldn't be overlooked. A hidden gem for sure in the original Xbobx's libary of games.
Reviewed by: from Danville on
5 Stars
-Metal Arms-
This is another great game to throw into your collection. The intro it forces you to sit through is a drag but once that is over you get into the gameplay. You play Glitch a mysterious robot found in a pile of rubble who is then repaired and utilized in a war against General Corrosive to save and free the droid inhabitants of Iron Star. You obtain all kinds of different weapons and upgrade them as you go. You sometimes play other characters in the game for brief levels. Or commandere enemy robots with a tether line or from an arcade machine so you can take out the enemy without any harm done to your self. You can jump into vehicles and turrets as available also and those give you a favorable edge in tight situations when there are swarms of enemies shooting at you. You sometimes are given little helper robot soldiers but they tend to run around aimlessly in your line of fire or if you throw a grenade they will keep running towards it if they're chasing after an enemy. Or they will just stand there and seemingly wait to make sure it explodes and go along with it, so they aren't much help really aside from distracting enemies so you can take them out yourself. There is also a special item you can find that when tossed at certain enemy units (it is specified by a little floating marker over their heads) it recruits them to your side and help you through the area as long as it's accessible to them or until they get destroyed. So this game offers you all kinds of different little options and ways to complete levels keeping it fresh and playable. The scenery isn't overly spectacular and the level designs aren't mind blowing or anything but the obstacles and gameplay are fantastic. Recommended.
Reviewed by: from Redmond, Wa on

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