Whether you’re looking for a new shooter for the Xbox or PlayStation, Real Steel is one of the best choices out there. With intense battles and multiple ways to play, it’s sure to keep you busy for hours on end.
Character customization is huge
Regardless of whether you have an iOS or Android device, you have probably seen or heard about Reliance Games’ game, Real Steel. The game is a $15 downloadable title that has been downloaded more than 10 million times. The game has a lot of laudable things going for it, but it’s also plagued by some rather large omissions. For example, the game’s main protagonist, Charlie Kenton, is a bit of a downer. He’s no match for the ramshackle robot he’s been sent into battle with.
The real meat and potatoes of the game is the customization features. This includes the virtual paper doll, which allows you to tweak your look, level and class. The game also has a tag-team feature, where you can bring a friend or foe into the fray.
Combat is good
‘Real Steel’ is an action movie with a lot to say. Its use of animatronics, computer generated effects and practical effects are quite impressive. It’s a movie that is fun for the entire family. However, there are a few minor quibbles to be found, such as a sprinkling of bad language. There are also several cliches in the ‘Real Steel’ lingo.
The robots are impressive, but the best part is the battle scenes. There are exhilarating fights and the most impressive robots are the CGI monsters. The battles themselves are more art than base bombardment. The fights also show off a lot of the physics involved in robot boxing.
The robots have some nice special effects, such as a robo-head flying around a ring. They also have some nimble footwork.
VFX is hardly realistic
Often times it’s not the visual effects that are a big deal, but the pre-production. In the case of Real Steel, it’s not a terrible film. But it is saccharine and has a juvenile script. In addition to that, the VFX are mediocre.
The movie’s story takes place in a near future. It’s set up in a world where humans can control giant robots in a boxing ring. The main character is a former boxer who’s now a manager of these robots. His son has discovered an old robot in a scrap heap, and he’s looking for a fight.
Hugh Jackman plays Charlie Kenton, a former boxer who trains robot boxers. The movie is based on a story by Richard Matheson. The film’s script was written by John Gatins, Dan Gilroy, and Jeremy Leven.
Effects are nothing spectacular
‘Real Steel’ is a science fiction fantasy film, starring Hugh Jackman and Evangeline Lilly. It’s loosely based on a short story by Richard Matheson. It also has a lot of heart.
In the movie, Hugh Jackman’s character Charlie Kenton is a former boxer who is now a robot trainer. The movie also has a lot of robots. A lot of the film’s special effects were done by Concept Overdrive. But the effects aren’t the best.
A lot of the film’s special effects are mediocre. But the film has a few fun surprises. In the movie, a robot named Atom wins an exhibition match against a world-class boxing ‘bot. The movie also has an adorable robot named Goyo.
In addition to robots, Real Steel also has a re-imagined version of Over The Top. In the movie, Hugh Jackman’s Charlie Kenton tours the United States looking for robot fights. It’s the kind of movie that’s meant for children.
Multiple ways to enjoy the game
Taking place in the near future, Real Steel is a science fiction fantasy piece that has an element of boxing. The movie is directed by Shawn Levy and has an A-list cast including Hugh Jackman, Hope Davis, Mauro Fiore, James Rebhorn, Anthony Mackie and Evangeline Lilly.
The story is loosely based on the short story Steel by Richard Matheson. It follows a former boxer who becomes the trainer of robot boxers. Jackman’s character Charlie Kenton is an all-around loser. In addition to being a robot trainer, he is also a sueing, spoiled brat. This portrayal is not very realistic, especially for a character that is supposed to be gritty.
Jackman is a good actor. He looks strong and lean, and has a great physicality. However, his character does not really get much to do in the movie. Instead, he is mostly confined to his cell phone.