Cyborg Justice is the ultimate hand-to-hand, future-combat challenge. You build powerful cyborg warriors from over 200 combinations of armor, legs and weapons...each unique battler ready to hammer their opponents into galactic junk. The action takes place across alien landscapes filled with death traps. There are two modes, Arcade and Duel. Arcade mode pits you against 16 levels featurings progressively tougher cyborgs. Each level has sets of three opponents...plus a cyborg boss. You must fight all three on one strength meter, which is restored between sets.
The Duel mode is a non-stop cybernetic slugfest; may the best metallic brawler win. You can play against the computer, against a friend or with your bud against the computer for a two- on-two cyber clash that will rock the galaxy.
Making the Perfect Machine
The Assembly Room allows you to select from over 200 combinations of cyborg components to build your perfect warrior. Use the D-Button to preview the Hand, Body and Leg styles available. Hands give you different weapon capabilities. Bodies offer varying amounts of armor protection. Legs control the speed and lumping ability of your warrior.
The Front Kick is the most effective fighting maneuver in the game. To cross the chasm, move to the edge and jump, in mid-air, kick yourself higher. Land safely and keep on fighting.
Use the Overhead Smash on opponents without heavy head armor. Inflict enough damage on your opponent and you can really tear him apart. Boss Cyborgs are the toughest and most heavily armored of all. They'll discharge their big weapons first, before attacking hand-to-hand.
Force your opponents onto Death Traps. Their strength meters will be eroded, saving yours for the next battle.
Last issue of Sega Visions, we gave you the first look at Cyborg Justice. Now get the rest of the story. Who are you? What are you doing in a Cyborg body with the power to hammer the bad guys? And how do you beat this game?
Your brain has been implanted in a Cyborg body...without your permission. You are mad. You are powerful. And you are out to kick some robot booty and take down the Cydrek Federation. This fantastic fighting cart is designed to give you total control. Cyborgjustice has five difficulty settings from Relaxed to Brutal. Moves include punches, kicks, aerial maneuvers and the ability to rip off your opponent's arms...among other things. You can build 216 different Cyborgs from combinations of powered weapons and body parts. See the last issue of Sega Visions for complete coverage of the Weapon Arms.
Cyborg Justice has two fighting modes. In a one- or two-player Arcade Mode, you take on every combination of robo-warrior the Cydrek Federation has to offer. Or you can go robot to robot in Duel Mode; you against a friend or the computer. In either mode the winning strategy is the same. Smash, crush and otherwise demolish your enemies while keeping as much of your power as possible. The best way to do this is to use the moves that allow you to steal your enemy's energy. The strongest fighter isn't always the one that wins. You may have a Cyborg body, but your brain is all human. Use it! Cyborg Justice is high-powered, full metal jacket fun.
Processor: PC compatible, P-100
OS: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game Features:Single game mode
Cyborg Justice Screenshots
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