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          Blitzivan: Robo Rumble, known in Japan as Blitzivan: Mirai City Showdown is a 2005 competitive fighting game developed by Kaoru Digital and Drillimation Studios, published by Bandai Namco Entertainment and El TV Kadsre Games and released in North America and El Kadsre on September 6, 2005, for the Playstation 2, Xbox, and Gamecube, followed by the Windows, Mac OS, TS-UGOS, and the Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS versions the following month.

Gameplay

The player assumes the role of different characters from the Blitzivan franchise, with 5 being available at the beginning of the game, and 22 more being unlocked as either the player progresses, or they must do certain tasks to unlock them. The game borrows gameplay elements from Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat, where the player must deplete the opponent's HP before time runs out, and when they managed to knock out the opponent, they can execute a finishing move on them. Each of the characters in the game's roster is unique to one another, with them having unique movements, fighting styles, and final attacks.

During gameplay, certain weapons from the Blitzivan franchise and The Drillimation Series will drop into the ground by random, giving the player a big advantage. These ranged from bladed weapons, blasters, explosive weapons, and magical weapons.

Plot





Characters

Blitzivan: Robo Rumble features a roster of 27 playable characters, with 5 being available at the beginning of the game, and 22 additional characters being unlockable by progressing, or the player must do a certain task to obtain them. Each of the additionals can only be unlocked if the player finishes an individual character's story mode. Some characters can only be unlocked if the player finishes a task as told in the game's achievements screen.

Playable Characters:

Development





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