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Gotcha Force!

by Capcom
Platform : GameCube
Rated: Everyone
13 customer reviews
Metascore: 56 / 100

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  • Create your own unique fighting force -- choose from over 100 unique characters
  • Use strategy to build the best fighting toy, and go up against the baddest toys on the block
  • Trade units with your friends to create even more powerful armies
  • Four players can fight it out in exciting two-on-two team ups
  • Turn your childhood memories of into harcore action gaming!
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Toy versus toy mayhem has come to the GameCube! Create your own unique fighting force from over 100 characters in this action-packed battle for supremacy.

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  • ASIN: B0000A8VC2
  • Item Weight: 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,716 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By coopertex on February 17, 2006
There over a hundred different borgs you can capture and many
secret borgs which can be unlocked! One cute thing about
the this game is that all of the borgs are only as big as
a palm-sized toy! So you have all these toys robots doing
battle in real world settings. If you fight in a bedroom
or a park, all the objects look huge in comparison to the
borgs size; it just looks cute. Before each battle you can
manage your borg collection and put together different
combinations to battle the enemy. Fighting with the right
borgs will make a difference in the outcome of the battle.
Some borgs are good at shooting long distance, but they
are not good at close combat. Other borgs are good at close
combat but do poorly against enemies with long-range weaponry.
The arenas you fight look cool and give you plenty of space
to manuver. In a single player game, you can team up with
CPU allies which fight along your side, but you can also
play with a friend in co-op mode! The action is intense
and I simply loved the variety of borgs in the game. Each
of them looks unique and some posses cool weapons and even
powers! I was simply amazed at the amount of characters
that the creators put into this game, they really pulled
out all the stops on their imaginations. You can also
view your borg collection and look at their stats. I was
very impressed by this amazing game that not many people
may not know about, they don't know what they are missing!
Gotcha Force comes pretty close to being a perfect action
game except for one huge flaw: the terrible camera system.
It is sad to find out that one of the best games ever has
one of the worst camera systems ever!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By L. Hatch on September 26, 2008
Gotcha Force is a great game. The game play is easy to pick up, and yet for diverse enough to keep you hooked for months at a time. The graphics, while not the best, are very, very good, and add well to the game. The audio works well with the game, adding to the battles, and the storyline, while often overlooked, is pretty good when it IS presented. Overall, this is a great game.

The game starts off with an anime-style opening that is nothing short of fantastic. You then are pushed strait into your first battles, in which you learn the basics of the game and develop a good feel for the game. Once your first few battles are finished, however, you are given more freedoms, choosing which fights you participate in and where you battle.

The range of fighters, and endless combinations, are what really make this game addictive. When you start, you don't have many "borgs", and are forced to fight with what you have. However, as you start fighting, you have the chance to obtain the borgs that you have beaten. With so many borgs, countless battle styles and strategies can emerge. And as you get further and further into the game, you soon stumble upon "Data Crystals", which can be collected to get very strong or "Signature" borgs.

And the variation of borgs is just incredible. With 20 "tribes" of borgs, of which there are many more types of borgs, there are plenty of borgs to run around and collect. (Think pokemon times... well, times a whole lot!) Not only that, but this game also has 5 different rare, alternate colored versions of each borg, each with different stats and looks. Then, to make things better, there are certain borgs which can transform into other borgs. And there are also a few borgs that combine with each other to make other borgs.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. Wu on May 11, 2014
My brother bought this game from who knows where for who knows what while i was on a gamecube binge searching for the lost and forgotten. Opening up the cruddy dvd case i saw the disk "Gotcha Force!".

Now, i've played custom Robo for DS, and i've read that there were similarities between the two so i had at least a tiny bit of expectation as i started out the single player mode. One of the bots/borgs you start with is your one of a kind G-Red who boasts a jack of all trades stats. The more you battle, more chances you'll get a borg,multiple borgs, or data crystals that have to collected in set in order to create a usually powerful borg. I have had this game for a while and it's still very tough to collect them all. Various tribes of borgs have their unique traits and quirks, so mix and match whatever fits your play style, just make sure you have enough energy to fit them all in your team.

The battles take place on an open plane with 3 dimensional movement up and down, left and right. You opponents can battle you one on one, two on two, or completely outnumber you, the strategies you use will make all the difference in winning by a landslide or surviving with only a silver of health left, i've been there and the stress and tension is.amazing. Story mode offers a lot of missions to take down, and sometimes opportunities to capture strong borgs appear so don;t miss them. Multiplayer mode is a blast all on its' own, no questions there, competition get fierce too but that's all in good fun.

Altogether, the combat is different than anything i've played on the cube, and i'm not afraid to admit that the battles in story mode absolutely destroyed me , but i got good enough to progress to the point where i was able to power up my precious Red.Simple for some, an amazing goal conquered for me. I love this title and thank the Cube and Capcom for pushing out a twinkling star like this.
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