Tune up robots using weapons, armor, and accessories Fast-paced arcade style mech combat, the sport of the future Multiple futuristic, big city battlefields Single and 2-player battles, as well as a 4-player online mode Playstation 2 entertainment system's first online mech combat game, SLAI: Phantom Crash provides an arcade style experience to allow quick master of the basics as well as in-depth strategy for more advance players. Set in 2071, players can ear money to customize the ultimate fighting machine to take into the online arena to participate in the most popular sport, robot fighting. Players can make use of the seemingly endless number of body parts and weapons with more than one million variations. Bring the bots online and open an entirely new world of battling head-to-head at one time. As players are defeated, other players replace him creating a frenzied action-packed battle zone. Take your saved mechs to battle friends in the VS. Mode Stealth capabilities optical camouflage turns mechs virtually invisible First person and third person viewpoints Play with pre-configured or customized mechs in four different modes In-depth Story Mode with over 50 hours of gameplay Quick Battle Mode lets players jump into the action Customize your robot with over one million possible variations in body parts and weapons Create your own soundtrack from over 90 songs Distinctive international battle arenas including Hong Kong, London, Tokyo, Cairo, and New York
When I first started playing this game I had few, to no idea how the story mode played. I was expecting a mech game where a player customized a fighter selecting diffrent parts, ect. Not too deep. With a friendly Online mode. Wow, was I wrong.The game itself is actually WAY bigger then I thought. Notice the 50 hour story mode feature. They are not lying. The story mode takes the player into an 'online world' filled with servers, users, and channe..