Tech Romancer Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
Tech Romancer Reviews5
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|Stratos Group||4/5||Jun 28 '00|
|Game Critics||8.5/10||Aug 10 '00|
|Games Extreme||8/10||Sep 29 '00|
|GameSpot||8.6/10||Mar 28 '00|
|IGN Dreamcast||8.9/10||Jun 19 '00|
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Tech Romancer Previews
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|IGN Dreamcast||Jan 07 '00|
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"Tech Romancer is a fast-paced, 3-D robot fighting game for the Dreamcast in the same vein as its close competition Virtual On. The battles take place in fully 3-D arenas, but true to Capcom's roots, most of the action takes place on a 2-D plane."
"The first twist is that there is not a traditional life indicator -- each character has a damage meter which starts out empty and fills up as the match progresses. When an opponent's meter reaches the half-way point, your Final Attack becomes available."
"Tech Romancer may be the first 3D fighter to have as many over-the-top superattacks as it does normal moves. While the full list of attacks and superattacks is both impressive and large enough to keep even the nimblest FAQ writer busy for weeks, it's the final attacks that offer the wildest visuals."
"It's easily the best single player mode ever in a fighting game, and when combined with the animation references, make this a must have for anyone who can sing the theme songs to Robotech and Star Blazers (or their Japanese equivalents). For gamers in general too, the game should offer up hours of fun as a Capcom fighter that stands out from the pack."
"Finally, there's an added element of armor for your mech. Armor is rated on a percentage scale, and reduces the effect of incoming attacks. The armor level is reduced as you block, and you'll have to be careful, as if your armor reaches zero, the next attack you incur will send you flying."