Combat Creatures Attacknids - CES 2013
Jan 11, 2013 12:20 PM
You know what’s hard to do? Stand out at CES, a several-mile wide convention area filled with loud noises and seizure-friendly visuals. Combat Creatures did just that, though, with their big arachnid legs, ultra-old-school sound effects, and refreshingly physical robot combat. Imagine taking Battlebots and throwing it in your living room.Combat Creatures Attacknids - CES 2013
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