PACIFIC RIM: KAIJU BATTLE

PACIFIC RIM: KAIJU BATTLE


The Pacific Rim: Jaeger vs Kaiju Battle game, powered by Qualcomm's Vuforia augmented reality technology, allows users to play as the giant Jaeger robots and fight monstrous Kaiju from Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures PACIFIC RIM in a real-world environment. Using vision-based image recognition, users can set up gameplay on any flat surface and see the film's combatant characters come to life on their tablet or smartphone device. The gameplay features on-screen controls for attacking, blocking and performing special finishing moves. Join the fight!

Secondary app functionality allows users to add the Jaeger and Kaiju characters into their own photos. Take a photo from within the app interface or select from your device's photo library and add one of the giant robots or monsters into the scene. Controls for scaling, positioning, coloring and a variety of character poses allow users to customize the scene, which can then be saved or shared to social networks.

Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictues PACIFIC RIM is in theaters July 12.
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The Pacific Rim: Jaeger vs Kaiju Battle game, powered by Qualcomm's Vuforia augmented reality technology, allows users to play as the giant Jaeger robots and fight monstrous Kaiju from Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures PACIFIC RIM in a real-world environment. Using vision-based image recognition, users can set up gameplay on any flat surface and see the film's combatant characters come to life on their tablet or smartphone device. The gameplay features on-screen controls for attacking, blocking and performing special finishing moves. Join the fight!

Secondary app functionality allows users to add the Jaeger and Kaiju characters into their own photos. Take a photo from within the app interface or select from your device's photo library and add one of the giant robots or monsters into the scene. Controls for scaling, positioning, coloring and a variety of character poses allow users to customize the scene, which can then be saved or shared to social networks.

Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictues PACIFIC RIM is in theaters July 12.

User reviews of PACIFIC RIM: KAIJU BATTLE
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Jul 26, 2013
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Saturday 11:34 PM
Sucks This is a horrible game.
A Google User
Saturday 8:01 PM
It would be 5 stars but The setting of where to fight at should be more interactive and PvP should be incorporated
A Google User
Friday 1:51 AM
I love this game so much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
A Google User
Thursday 3:06 PM
So amazing
A Google User
4 days ago
Okay, now where do I start... At first, it's fun to play with, but it just doesn't keep me hooked on long enough. There isn't much you can do but barely punch and defend yourself and you don't have the freedom to move around in the game to dodge attacks. You could change that to make the game play more interesting or at least add the other missing jaegers and kaiju as playable characters. It might be entertaining for little children, but it just doesn't have anything for me to hook onto and actually want to keep playing. I understand that this game wasn't made specifically for me, but after reading most of these reviews, it seems that everyone else is complaining about the same thing. To me the graphics are fine the way they are. It doesn't even have to have a real plot or story, because it basically is already telling one. Especially if you've seen the movie. So to put this all in the most basic way as possible, I respond to the game saying "meh".