Battle Rush: Build Up Robot Tournament
|Battle Rush: Build Up Robot Tournament|
Battle Rush: Build Up Robot Tournament (バトルラッシュ BUILD UP ROBOT TOURNAMENT) is a Japan-exclusive video game for the Nintendo Family Computer. The game was one of six that required Bandai's Datach (データック) System in order to operate.
The player has to build his own combat robot to use in a fighting tournament. These robots are built in factories that assign the robot a name in addition to installing its head, body, shoulder, and feet. The player has a pre-game lobby to get ready for the robot combat action. All matches have rounds of 60 seconds (unlike the 99-second round of most modern fighting video games). Both robots have a separate gauge for energy and damage. Standard punches and kicks can be thrown in addition to special moves (which look like ammunition).
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