‘Real Steel World Robot Boxing’ for Windows 8, 10 Now Available
The Real Steel game for Windows 8 users has been available in the Windows Store for quite a while now, and Reliance Games has now unveiled its sequel, the Real Steel World Robot Boxing title.
I’ve enjoyed playing the first Real Steel game on my Windows 8 tablet and now I’m happy that the Real Steel World Robot Boxing sequel has been released, as well. Available for free, but with in-app purchases, the game comes with a size of almost 270 MB and can be downloaded by following the link at the end of the article. This sequel comes with even better graphics than Real Steel and creative robot designs, along with many new features which make the game even more interesting.
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The popular robot boxing game gets a sequel on Windows 8
Real Steel World Robot Boxing packs bigger punches, harder-hitting battles, and double the action of its predecessor Reel Steal with better graphics, brand new robots, more modes and head-to-head multiplayer. In the not-so-distant future where boxing is taken to the extreme, people and robots synch up for a larger-than-life entertainment experience. Pilot a bot-crushing behemoth and jab, uppercut and haymaker your way to victory!
Based on Dreamworks’ 2011 film starring Hugh Jackman, the gritty action of Real Steel takes place in a frenzied arena where boxing has gone high-tech. Players will fight, collect, and customize an awesome roster of titans towering over 9feet tall and weighing in over 2000 pounds. Players slug it out to prove who has the real steel to become the Ultimate World Robot Boxing Champion! Real Steel features rich gameplay and high replay value, with over 10 million downloads to date!
The game comes with 24 mean robot machines, including Zeus, Atom and Twin Cities. Also, eight new contenders have entered the ring: Touchdown, HollowJack, Blockbuster, Biowar and other. Also, there are now 10 different arenas where you will be able to take your fighting to another level.
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