A lifter wedge battle right to the end!!!**************************************** *******
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Watch in High Definition! Classic Game Room HD reviews WARTECH for the Xbox 360 video game console. This game actually has a subtitle called WarTech "Senko No Ronde" but whatever, all you need to know is that it has Sega heritage, features giant robots with guns and is a fast paced, value priced arcade action game. This CGR WarTech review features gameplay footage from the game in high definition so that you can clearly see every "rounder" or giant fighting robot, the nice menu and graphical style and anime feel to the game. The action is smooth, quick and exciting once you figure out the complicated controls. You have guns, missiles, overdrive, B.O.S.S. super-powered fighting thingy doodles and about 8 characters to choose from. It isn't an anime game per se but the cut scenes, which are recorded in Japanese dialog, have subtitles and Japanese manga style. If a 2 player vs. fighting game with a twist is what you're looking for check out WarTech. If you want a fast pick up and play, difficult to master video game with a challenge pick up WarTech. If you've been wanting a new game but don't want to spend much, pick up WarTech. For the price this game packs some short thrills just like an arcade game. Classic Game Room reviews Xbox 360 games and is an HD Xbox 360 review recording reviews in full high definition. How is WarTech, is Wartech any good, should I buy WarTech? Your questions will be answered in this review of WAR TECH. Giant mecha robots, mighty machines, overly cute anime.
another vid of fighting robots
Featherweight robot combat at the 2009 Fighting Robot Featherweight championships hosted by Robo Challenge
Tarboy is an animated short film about fighting robots, explosions and more fighting robots. SOUNDTRACK now available here: http://www.hanialee.com/?page_id=200
Sponsored by Newgrounds.com - Watch the FLASH version here http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/509092
Original score composed and performed by Hania Lee - www.hanialee.com
2D Animation by James Lee
See more of our animated films on www.tarboy.com
Videogame Trailers Robots fighting robots? What more do we need to say? Check out the new trailer revealing how to send your buddies to the scrapyard in multiplayer.
"Neil, Your dark on the rock. Mission is a GO."
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About the movie.
(As taken from IMDB)
The Autobots Bumblebee, Ratchet, Ironhide and Sideswipe led by Optimus Prime, are back in action, taking on the evil Decepticons, who are determined to avenge their defeat in 2009s Transformers Revenge of the Fallen. In this new movie, the Autobots and Decepticons become involved in a perilous space race between the U.S. and Russia, and once again human Sam Witwicky has to come to the aid of his robot friends. There's new characters too, including a new villain in the form of Shockwave, a longtime "Transformers" character who rules Cybertron while the Autobots and Decepticons battle it out on Earth.
The Set Up:
(As taken from Wikipedia)
As a preemptive measure, DreamWorks and Paramount announced a July 1, 2011 release date in IMAX 3-D for a third Transformers film before completion of Revenge of the Fallen. Director Michael Bay responded, "I said I was taking off a year from Transformers. Paramount made a mistake in dating Transformers 3—they asked me on the phone—I said yes to July 1—but for 2012—whoops! Not 2011! That would mean I would have to start prep in September. No way. My brain needs a break from fighting robots."
On October 1, 2009, Bay revealed that Transformers: Dark of the Moon had already gone into pre-production, and its planned release was back to its originally intended date of July 1, 2011 rather than 2012. Filming started in May 2010, with shooting locations including Chicago, Florida, and Moscow. Due to the revived interest in 3-D technology brought in by the success of Avatar, talks between Paramount, Industrial Light & Magic and Bay had considered the possibility of the next Transformers film to be filmed in 3-D. Testing has been performed in bringing the technology into Bay's work. Michael Bay was reluctant to film with 3-D cameras since in test he'd found them to be too clunky for his filming style, but he didn't want to implement the technology in post production either since he was not pleased with the results.
In a hidden extra for the Blu-ray version of Revenge of the Fallen, Bay expressed his intention to make Transformers 3 not necessarily larger than Revenge of the Fallen, but instead go deeper into the mythos, give it more character development, and make it darker and more emotional. Shortly after the release of Revenge of the Fallen, Orci said he would like to introduce Unicron "for scale's sake", and Unicron is seen during the Transformers 3 preview video in the Revenge of the Fallen Blu-ray edition, but no comment is made on the subject.
As of March 19, 2010, the script was said to be finished, and pre-shoots began on April 7, 2010 in Indiana, which will portray Ukraine and Los Angeles. Filming began on May 18. The first six weeks took place in Los Angeles, locations included Sherman Oaks, Fourth Avenue and 5. Main. The next four weeks were spent in Chicago. Locations filmed in Chicago included LaSalle Street, Michigan Avenue, Bacino's of Lincoln Park at 2204 North Lincoln Avenue and around the "Sears Tower". The scenes set in Michigan Ave featured a substantial amount of pyrotechnics and stunt work. Filming in Detroit was planned to take place August but the Chicago shoot was extended until 1 September. In late September the production moved to Florida, just before the launch of Space Shuttle mission STS-133. While filming in Washington the crew shot on the National Mall, Michael Bay stated that there would be a car race on the location. Two further locations announced were the Milwaukee Art Museum and an old factory location of Tower Automotive, currently under redevelopment for mixed use as well as the City of Milwaukee equipment yard.It was announced the film had entered post-production.
(As takesn from IMDB)
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley ... Carly
Shia LaBeouf ... Sam Witwicky
Hugo Weaving ... Megatron (voice)
Josh Duhamel ... Major William Lennox
John Malkovich ... Sam's Boss
Tyrese Gibson ... Robert Epps
Patrick Dempsey ... Dylan
Frances McDormand ... Marissa Faireborn
John Turturro ... Simmons
Peter Cullen ... Optimus Prime (voice)
Alan Tudyk ... Dutch
Frank Welker ... Soundwave (voice)
Keiko Agena ... Mearing's Aide
James Avery ... Silverbolt (voice)
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HitFix The legendary boxer talks about being the boxing consultant for the fighting robot movie "Real Steel"
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Did you know League of Legends actually has a story? Totalbiscuit gets you up to speed with LoL Lore.
Narrated by TotalBiscuit:
Written by Phil the Intern
Art by D.J. "Metaly" Ross
Edited by Schroeder
Are you JAMMIN' on TGS?
In the magical world of Runeterra there exists an island, Valoran, which houses two sworn enemies, Demacia and Noxus. Demacia, the self-proclaimed shining example of humanity, rules with an iron fist in the name of Justice and Morality. Noxus, on the other hand, is a power-hungry faction who enjoys ruining your day. After two Rune Wars, Valoran had transformed into a hellish landscape. Valoran's top boys ruled that the magical warfare was causing earthquakes and storms and maybe hurting the poor ozone layer. They responded by creating the League of Legends, a method in which political disputes would be settled in arenas called the Fields of Justice -- Summoner's Rift and The Crystal Scar. Oh, and Twisted Treeline -- but nobody likes Twisted Treeline.
Champions summoned by, well, Summoners duke it out in these Fields of Justice all the while trying to destroy each other's Nexus. These brave champions lead mindless minions to victory and/or their death, which are controlled by novice Summoners. But let's face it minions are only there as a source of revenue so you can rush your Trinity Force.
Even though most disputes are settled in the Fields of Justice, there are still conflicts over land and whatnot, especially between the Demacian King's son, Jarvan IV and the Noxian Commander creepy-bird-guy, Swain. Even then, no one questions the effectiveness of the League of Justice because it's backed by three powerful, broken-OP Summoners. And hey, when you can fight robots and children and the guy from 300 to the death, who really cares? Go forth, conquer your enemies, and always call dibs on solo lane, Summoner! Oh, and remember, spin2win, kids.
From the movie RoboCop - Directed by Paul Verhoeven and starring Peter Weller, Peter Weller, Dan O’Herlihy, Ronny Cox, Kurtwood Smith. Detroit – in the future – is crime ridden, and run by a massive company. The company have developed a huge crime fighting robot, which unfortunately develops a rather dangerous glitch. The company sees a way to get back in favor with the public when a cop called Alex Murphy is killed by a street gang. Murphy’s body is reconstructed within a steel shell and named Robocop. The Robocop is very successful against criminals, and becomes a target of supervillian Boddicker.
Soundtrack from Mother 2 aka Earthbound for the SNES (1995)
list of tracks below... if you know how to link past 1 hour let me know please
Most tracks last under 2 minutes (except credits), look at the sheer amount of tracks though. Times below may be incorrect, let me know as well as I did not check (relied on track times, so if my video is off this will be off as well).
001 (0:00) Intro
002 (0:29) Title Screen
003 (0:43) Demo Screen
004 (1:56) Info Entry
005 (2:57) Name Entry
006 (6:09) Confirmation Noise
007 (6:13) Finished Name Confirmation
008 (6:17) Onett at Night Pre-Meteor
009 (7:39) Onett at Night Post-Meteor
010 (9:03) What an annoying knock!
011 (9:36) Pokey's Theme
012 (10:30) First Starman Battle
013 (10:54) Boss Fight Starmen
014 (12:46) Pokey's House
015 (13:38) Buzz Buzz's Demise
016 (15:20) Onett Changing
017 (15:27) Onett at Morning
018 (17:49) House
019 (19:44) Fight Dog or Crow
020 (20:54) Arcade Noise
021 (21:23) Frank Fly
022 (22:42) Cave
023 (23:58) After Boss
024 (24:44) Twoson
025 (27:05) Hotel
026 (27:57) Hotel Morning After
027 (28:26) Random Homes
028 (29:02) Bicycle
029 (30:27) Forest Before Saturn Valley
030 (31:47) Fight Robots
031 (33:34) Happy Happy Village
032 (36:08) Fanfare
033 (36:16) Another Cave
034 (37:11) Fight Boss
035 (39:34) Chaos Theatre
036 (41:33) Runaway Five (Live)
037 (42:33) Runaway Five Enters
038 (43:42) Runaway Five Leaves
039 (45:09) Threed before Fixing
040 (46:33) Monotoli Building
041 (47:28) Fight Music Notes
042 (49:35) Hotel in Threed
043 (50:33) Sleep in Threed
044 (50:39) Winters Boarding School
045 (51:08) School Again
046 (53:33) Winters Outside
047 (56:00) Scary Winters
048 (56:25) Tessie Coming
049 (56:53) Tessie
050 (57:53) Spaceship Music
051 (59:44) Saturn Valley
052 (1:01:19) Belch Base
053 (1:03:31) Fight Ants
054 (1:05:07) Coffee
055 (1:07:25) Threed Post-Saturn Valley
056 (1:10:43) Bus Music
057 (1:12:23) Desert
058 (1:14:12) Photo Music
059 (1:14:53) Talah Rama's Cave
060 (1:15:55) Department Store
061 (1:17:09) Fight More Robots
062 (1:20:01) Fourside
063 (1:23:26) Hospital
064 (1:25:29) Road to First Boss
065 (1:27:56) Onett House Before Cave
066 (1:29:09) Toppola Theatre
067 (1:30:58) Runaway Five
068 (1:32:07) Moonside Cafe
069 (1:33:49) Moonside
070 (1:34:11) Sleeping in Moonside
071 (1:34:44) Fight Hula Hoop Shark
072 (1:35:56) You Win!
073 (1:36:16) Level Up!
074 (1:36:39) Escargot Express
075 (1:37:34) Jailhouse
076 (1:38:48) Summers
077 (1:40:23) Dalaam
078 (1:42:47) Poo's Testing
079 (1:43:07) Boat Ride
080 (1:45:00) Scaraba
081 (1:47:18) Scaraba Desert
082 (1:48:36) Lab
083 (1:50:03) Scaraba Pyramid
084 (1:51:49) Fight Floppies
085 (1:53:15) Game Over
086 (1:54:43) Inside Dungeon Man
087 (1:55:37) Dungeon Man Walking
088 (1:56:08) Deep Darkness
089 (1:58:44) Tenda Village
090 (2:00:38) Pink Cloud Cave
091 (2:02:14) Venus
092 (2:04:25) The Underworld
093 (2:07:35) Cave in Underworld
094 (2:08:47) Complete Soundstone
095 (2:09:17) Road to Dreamworld
096 (2:09:30) Magicant
097 (2:12:33) Bird House
098 (2:13:23) Road in Magicant
099 (2:14:48) Magicant Waters
100 (2:16:31) Finished Magicant
101 (2:17:31) Waking up from Magicant
102 (2:17:55) Robot Plains Without Suit
103 (2:18:25) Life as a Robot
104 (2:19:23) Inside the Brain of Giygas
105 (2:19:54) Right Before Giygas
106 (2:21:18) Pokey's Sound Machine
107 (2:25:00) Beginning of Giygas Fight
108 (2:25:39) Middle of Giygas Fight
109 (2:26:38) Near End of Giygas Fight
110 (2:27:27) Paula Prays
111 (2:28:22) Ness's Flashback
112 (2:30:42) Giygas Dying
113 (2:31:19) Giygas's Demise
114 (2:32:36) After Beating Giygas
115 (2:34:12) Walking after beating Giygas
116 (2:39:08) Credits
117 (2:42:59) More Credits
118 (2:48:54) Photographer Credits
Total : 2:53:54 (few seconds off...)
Track names taken from the web, wish I would remember where so I know who to thank...
Want to fight robots, save a princess in a jet pack? Well better check out Joe Danger 2: The Movie.
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Toaster Burns Daily Weather Forecast Onto Bread
Wynkoop Brewing Company's Rocky Mountain Oyster Stout
Digit - 3-D Gesture-Sensing System
Smart Ball Game Controller - PALLA
Hands-Free Automatic Sperm Extractor
New Cat-Sized Dinosaur with Beak, Fangs and Quills
The Ant Internet
Nest Learning Thermostat
Meat Shot Glasses
Hop - The Hands Free Luggage
Cutting A Water Droplet In Half With Superhydrophic Knife on Superhydophobic Surface
IRIS by HYBE
Music By Jake Chudnow
Ending Song - Going Down: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Q_47b507vg
Vsauce Animations by Rickonami: http://www.youtube.com/user/rickonami
This is an alternate version of Monty Oum's Haloid. Unlike the original version, in this film Samus is a girl, while Master Chief is a man.
It is a cute little love story that slowly developed between Samus and John (Master Chief) as they battle each other.
In the beginning, John is just a big brat who is good at fighting robotic enemies...until he met Samus.
Enjoy the straight version!
Real Steel the Video Game - HD Gameplay
This is a robot boxing game based on the upcoming film, "REAL STEEL". The player assumes the role of an owner of a fighting robot, and must battle against many different rival robots in an attempt to become champion of several levels of fighting tiers. Players earn in-game money by winning matches and, using this money, must periodically improve their robot, making it stronger and more fit to compete in the higher level match tiers. The vast amount of customizable parts and selectable equipment makes for over 100 million possibilities of custom robots! In addition to single-player mode, the game also supports online multiplayer combat, which means players can search for new opponents from all around the world. Take your own personalized robot and aim for the top of the world of robot boxing!
Developer: YUKE'S Co., Ltd.
Publisher: YUKE'S Co., Ltd.
Price: 800 MSP
Download link: http://marketplace.xbox.com/en-US/Product/REAL-STEEL/66acd000-77fe-1000-9115-d802584111e0?DownloadType=GameDemo#LiveZone
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The one where the plot actually gets explained.
Songs (in order of appearance):
- Super Fighting Robot (Remix)
By: DJ Alici
- Code Geass OST
- Modern Warfare 2 End Credits
By: Hans Zimmer
- Do it again
By: The Chemical Brothers
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