Nintendo 64 - Released - December 8, 1999
Custom Robo is sort of a sci-fi action take on Nintendo's own collect-and-battle style Pokémon titles. In the game's story mode, you slip into the role of a young boy who has just built his very own toy robot who goes by the name of Lei. Together with your cousin, you head down towards Robo Station to take part in a giant Custom Robo battle championship that takes place in the local Holosseum. The ultimate goal is to improve your skills so that you can defeat the champion Custom Robo builder of them all, Mamoru. Gameplay involves robo customization and frantic action battles in confined 3D...
Nintendo GameCube - Released - May 10, 2004
Get ready to enter a world of hypertech weapons, holosseums, and heavy-barrel battles. Custom Robo puts you in the pilot's seat of a state-of-the-art war machine in the not-too-distant future where crime and justice duke it out in virtual battlegrounds. With the game's powerful, innovative customization, you can construct your robot from the ground up using an arsenal of more than 200 parts and weapons, from guns and bombs to robo models and homing pods. Many weapons are freely available on the market, but some--deadly and highly illegal--can only be acquired in secret robo gambling rooms and...
Nintendo DS - Released - March 19, 2007
Design your own customized robot warrior and control it in battle in this sci-fi adventure for Nintendo DS. Custom Robo: The sport of tomorrow. In the not-too-distant future, competitors battle customized robot warriors in holographic battle arenas. Victory is determined not only by fighting skill but also by how well Robo Commanders design their robot gladiators, so players need both brawn and brains to survive. Explore a sci-fi landscape as you fight toward the Custom Robo championship, powering up your Robos with tons of unique parts. There are literally millions of possible Custom...
Nintendo 64 - Released - November 10, 2000
The battle system in Custom Robo V2 is very similar to the first one, except it features tag-teaming. The main object of the whole game is to finish its plot by collecting every Robo, battle part, and other items that the player wants, while winning every battle that moves the character from one part of the storyline to the next.
Nintendo DS - Released - March 25, 2009
Korogashi Puzzle Katamari Damacy is a falling block puzzle game. The player must stack items up and then drop a katamari, a round object that rolls up items, to sweep them away all at once. It uses the gameplay of Pac-Attack.