Can't afford any parts for a robot? For six real dollars, the game will add a million virtual dollars to the player's account. Robot parts can also be bought piecemeal (although why would anyone?) for 2-3 dollars each. For players who want to skip the whole "building and leveling up" portion of the game, the developers offer pre-made robots, all for the bargain price of TEN DOLLARS EACH. I say "bargain" because buying the individual parts that make up those robots can run over 20!
Disclosures: This game was obtained via download and reviewed on the Xbox 360. Approximately 6 hours of play was devoted to single-player modes and 1 hour of play in multiplayer modes. It was not completed (obviously).
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Real Steel is a video game produced by Yuke Inc. It is a side-scrolling boxing game, consisting of five stages. Two of the stages are WRB and three are Underworld, where your custom-made robot will fight four robots per stage. It is important to note that its only for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and is only downloadable.However,the videogame was discontinued on September 2nd,2017,which means it's no longer available 2b1af7f3a8