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It was during the same time that Zoids, Yu-gi-oh etc was out, so late 90's most likely hearly 2000's. It was about a team of people that had control of these mech-suits (like the ones in Avatar). They would play team-based games like capture the flag and stuff, and they have tank-track feet to move around, as well as walking. I remember one episode they fought a giant T-rex dinosaur. And that the bad team were in black mechs.

It isn't Gundam, transformers, zoids, voltron, avanlgion. I've looked on loads of forums and can't find it.

I think it was either on Sky or the main 1-5 channels. Though it could have also been on CN or 2 other channels that had things like Naruto etc.

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D.I.C.E? en.wikipedia.org/wiki/D.I.C.E. Else, you could have a look at this (long) list: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_fictional_mecha –  Larme Jan 27 at 16:49
    
Heavy Gear? Although it is in 3d –  Jorgel Jan 27 at 18:13
    
It is Heavy Gear. Thanks, I didn't think this forum would pay off but it did instantly. You rock Jorgel! –  TomP Jan 27 at 18:35
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@Jorgel - Good job! You should post that as an answer so the OP can accept it. –  System Down Jan 27 at 19:14

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Heavy Gear

Heavy Gear is a game universe published since 1994 by Canadian publisher Dream Pod 9. It includes a tabletop tactical wargame, a role-playing game and a lesser known combat card game (Heavy Gear Fighter). The setting is also known through the PC-game incarnations published by Activision in 1997 and 1999, developed after Activision lost the rights to the Battletech/MechWarrior series. It also spawned a 40-episodes, 3D-animated TV series in 2001, which featured a much simplified version of the universe developed in the role-playing game.

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