At the beginning of the game, players must construct their cyborg from a number of different parts, such as arms (which contain primary weapons), torso, and legs.
The enemies encountered during the game are built from the same system. Different legs will affect the character's mobility whereas arms provide various combat functions. The torso and head variations are largely cosmetic. During combat, players are able to rip off parts of their opponents, which they can then either throw, absorb the energy of, or add to their own bodies.
Like other games of this genre, Cyborg Justice features 2-player co-op as well as a one-on-one versus mode.
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