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First person shooter starring the tin can cop himself.


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Michael Miner (characters and universe), Edward Neumeier (characters and universe)




Credited cast:
Azita Deghestani Azita Deghestani ... Additional voices (voice)
John More John More ... Additional voices (voice)
Randall Roberts Randall Roberts ... Additional voices (voice)

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First person shooter starring the tin can cop himself.

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The game recieved quite a lot of criticism over it being a rail gun shooter. Meaning you follow an automatic guided path instead of being able to roam freely. The game was originally meant to be an arcade release with two players able to take control of gun controllers attached to the cabnet. Plans where scrapped later to release the game on arcade due to rights, and the game was decided to continue being developed for PC rather than scrap the entire project. More levels where then created but the arcade style rail system stayed in place, and resulted in poor reviews from gamers after its release. Most reviews where negative to mediocre, either being about the rail system or saying it needed a trainer to be completed, but all seemed to agree it had no replay value once the game had been clocked. See more »


Spun-off from Robocop (1987) See more »

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Worst game I have ever played!
15 November 2005 | by CuriosityKilledShawnSee all my reviews

Oh, where to begin. This game is rotten to the core. Everything that can possibly, literally go wrong with a game is crammed into this mess.

It's nothing to do with Robocop. Nothing. This game seems like an abandoned Wolfenstien or Duke Nukem game from 1995 (the dated horrible graphics indicate this right away) that has had a tiny, tiny bit of Robocop injected into in order to repackage it and get it out there are soon as possible.

It should never have been allowed to get out there in the first place. The game is absolutely RIDDLED with bugs. There are dozens of things that Robocop needs to do but the programming won't accommodate. Such as getting stuck in a location or walking up stairs or opening doors. The bad guys have no AI at all and end up firing at walls most of the time. They all look the same (guy in shirt with gun) and are really boring to shoot.

Robocop's gunfire sounds like a Commodore 64 sound effect. And since when did Robo say 'Oh yeah!' or 'Bullseye' when killing someone? And why oh why is a giant mutated rat in a supposed Robocop game? The gameplay is terrible. The targeting system is rubbish (Robo will automatically target energy/ammo pick-ups and bad guys at the same time. Which is which? It happens too quick and it is useless too). I would have preferred the targeting system Robo has in the movies but here we get rectangles highlighting the bad guys. It looks stupid.

The music is trash too. I would play with the volume turned down. Or not play it at all. This game should never have been allowed out. Shame on Titus and Virgin Interactive for producing such a travesty.

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Release Date:

2003 (USA) See more »

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Titus Software Corp. See more »
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Dolby Digital


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