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Postby Arataxe В» 21.10.2019


Your question may be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who purchased this item, who are all part of the Amazon community. Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question. Please enter a question. Electronic Arts is responsible for this license of the kid's television show ReBoot, made by the same folks who brought us the Beast Wars Transformers show.

Like the show, this 3D shooter is about a team of cyber-people living in a virtual world called Mainframe, who must defend it from one of the silliest- monikered villains in recent memory The game's standard-issue 3D over-the-shoulder and sometimes behind-the-back shooting engine should feel familiar to most of us by now. The D-pad controls forward and backward motion and left and right rotation.

Strafing is accomplished with the L1 and R1 buttons. As Bob, you wander around the 3D world, blasting bad guys and gaining power-ups, new weapons, and health bonuses. In addition, it's your job to repair tears in the cyber-fabric. These are represented by glowing crystalline orbs that are both deadly to the touch and have a nasty habit of sucking you in - as well as shooting off powerful beams of energy.

To make matters worse, when one appears, you're given a mere few minutes complete with onscreen countdown to get up close and personal and use your special tear repair gun - called a "glitch" - to mend the tear. This is a sticky process and usually involves holding the glitch beam on target for several moments while the tear's volatile energies make it difficult for you to stand up, not to mention frequently sending you flying across the room with half your life energy missing.

Further complicating matters is your means of transportation. Rather than simply running around the gameworld on foot, you use something called a Zipboard which looks like a disc attached to each foot, with a cord running between them to sort of half float and half skate your way around. Unfortunately, control of the Zipboard is sloppy and difficult to master at best, and once you start off in a particular direction, it's not always easy to stop.

Over wide-open, flat surfaces it's difficult to get where you want to go by the most direct route, since you're constantly veering off course, reorienting your direction, and backtracking. Throw in a few obstacles and some narrow causeways, and you're bumping into stuff left and right, and falling off ramps, often plummeting back to ground level just when you've almost made it to the top.

Luckily, the Zipboard also prevents death by falling, since it's continually emitting an infinitesimal vertical force. It really gets ugly when you're attempting to hold a tear on target and it keeps swatting you around, making you lose the shot, and sending you and your dumb Zipboard spinning off. You can't help but feel that if you just had regular shoes on instead, you could just take care of business and be done with it.

Why is it that games and movies about hi-tech cyber-beings living inside computers don't have better graphics? As with everything from its predecessor Tron until now, ReBoot tends to settle for large, brightly colored geometric shapes in lieu of detailed textures or color.

It's trippy. Perhaps the auspices of techno-kitsch make that excuse work for Tron, but ReBoot just doesn't deal well with the paradox. A low frame rate and ample polygon dropout reveal the game's true low-tech nature.

It's plagued with camera troubles, too - all too often the jump you need to make is to a platform that you can't quite see from where you're standing - and the game offers no player-controlled camera tweaks. ReBoot might be interesting to fans of the TV series, but as a stand-alone game left to its own merits, it just doesn't fly.

The sketchy graphics don't tell you all you need to know, and from a design standpoint the levels are uninspired - though fans of the show will like the cute animated cutscenes featuring other ReBoot characters. Most importantly though, it's the game's awkward control that sets a new benchmark for frustration and will doubtless cause many players to throw their controllers across the room, turn off the PlayStation, and never reboot this one.

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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. I am glad to give this game 4 stars, because the controls are solid, and the graphics are very good. Sound effects are very nice. I am not familiar with the tv show, I believe you remember and know the TV show, then you will really enjoy this game more. Very good action gameplay.

Challenging, but not too hard. Give it a try if you want something new on your PS1 system. Despite the time of Playstation 1 moving into the distant past, this is still a game I treasure and am very pleased to have added to my collection. Its robust, it has amazing cinematics and its all around good. The only regret I have was that the disc I obtained was a former Blockbuster rental and I wish that would have been more clear prior to purchase regarding the label affixed to the top.

ReBoot is a game that tries to comphensate for its insane difficulty by offering beautifully rendered visuals, and using the actual voice talents, music and sound effects from the show, but that simply doesn't cut it. Not long after beating it, the hard way, I came across some really good codes for it on the internet. The codes I found allowed you to fly anywhere on your zip board, with no limit as to how high you can go, or for how long, which is a lot better than hovering, and more faithful to the show.

You can also start the game off with unlimited ammunition for every weapon in the game, that'll smoke any bad guy or boss who thinks he actually stands a chance!

You also have the ability to play as Dot or Enzo Matrix, which is an option that isn't even offered in the game without the use of the codes! So, if you're a fan of ReBoot, and you want to actually ENJOY this game, get the codes, because you'll never have fun in this game without them.

Electronic Arts is well known for the amount of difficulty they put into thier games. It's a real shame, because their games are usually so good in every other respect. All in all, if you're a fan of ReBoot, I'd recommend getting this game, because I wouldn't count on seeing another game based on that show for a while, if at all. And if you already have it, do yourself, and your controller a favour, and get the codes!

This game has gotten a lot of bad raps, mostly for it's difficulty. However, once you understand how it works, it becomes a thrill seeking skateboard ride you could never attempt in real life.

For instance, your board hovers slightly over the ground instead of rolling, allowing for strafing, circling, and even some "Falling with Style". And because this zip-board has a propulsion gizmo, instead of just jumping on a ramp, you can use a ramp to jump over entire sections of a level. The game even goes as far as including a nice little conveniently placed skateboard playground for practice in the first level.

The game has been described before as "Tomb Raider-ish", which is understandable, however, unlike Lara Croft, who lines up neatly at the edge of a cliff and jumps a perfectly calculated jump, to win this game, you need to ACT like Bob, and basically wing it.

Don't bother calculating your jumps, just do the jedi thing and act on instinct. Not only is it more efficient, but it's also more fun! Contrary to popular belief, cheat codes are not required to finish this game. Most of the levels up until Floating point can be done in one shot, therefore, save your extra lives until you get there. If you screw up, simply restart the level. Now, what did I think of this game? I loved it! The animation is incredibly smooth, the graphics are beautiful and delightfully colorful.

Glow maps make the atmosphere more "high tech", while at the same time, things such as fountains, trees, and web creatures bring it a very organic look. There's even a group of levels that poke fun at Tomb Raider, taking place in a part of Mainframe that is built entirely with roman architecture.

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Re: reboot game

Postby Kigarr В» 21.10.2019

Recent Reviews:. Add to Cart. Megabyte is now releasing Tears more info damage Mainframe in order to assist him with his plan for taking complete control of it. When the player defeats this boss encounter, Bob is armed with Glitch morphed as a cannon standing over Megabyte.

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Re: reboot game

Postby Jujin В» 21.10.2019

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