Heading back to 2002, Genki released this Survival Arena Gem exclusively for the Original Xbox. This is the beauty that first convinced me to dish out my hard earned money to Microsoft. That's right, not Halo, DOA, nor Morrowind, Phantom Crash.
A rather unknown Mech battle simulator with a simplistic story places the protagonist directly into the skirmish. Unlike the majority of Mech games, this one focuses squarely on stealth and surprise than aim and maneuverability. Therefore, using your limited invisibility efficiently will be the largest deciding factor in whether you crash or your enemy collapses. Before you embark on your conquest of destroying each and every man or machine in your path, first you need a Mech, named Scoobees, and this is where the real action begins.
The customization of the Mechs, even with only three base models to choose from, can completely alter your strategy. Would you prefer compact, high rate of fire rifles to pepper the enemy down? Or a mighty single shot that could spell trouble if you miss? Personalization includes just about everything on your Mech, ranging from the AI all the way down to the paint job.
To conclude, if you've been craving carnage but the current Triple A's can't handle it, it's time to hunt.
Only on Xbox