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When high school student Ryan Walker discovers he has the ability to control technology with his mind, he awakens 150-foot robot MECH-X4 and is able to control every move the android makes. The situation gets to be too much for Ryan to handle on his own, though, when another monster starts attacking the school. That's when Ryan recruits older brother Mark and friends Harris and Spyder to help operate MECH-X4's defense system while he pilots the robot. Together, the haphazardly assembled team of heroes must quickly learn to work together in order to save the school -- and, ultimately, the world -- from being destroyed. That's a lot of pressure to put on some teenagers.

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A super-charged Mech-X4 races around the world to defeat Traeger's beasts; Ryan must make one of his toughest decisions yet: save his friend or save the world.
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With the world falling one city at a time, Ryan and the team retreat to the Thirty's secret farm.
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Ryan and the rest of the team must go up against both a traitor and Traeger in Brazil.
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Ryan, Spyder and Veracity attempt to sneak into a hospital to get the materials they need for a secret mission.
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A traitor on Mech-X4 picks off unsuspecting team members one by one.
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After a successful mission, the team finally gets a little chill time in Mech-X until they find a bomb on the X-Deck.
aired 175 days ago
Ryan and the guys reluctantly join forces with an enemy to try and defeat a greater threat.
aired 176 days ago
Ryan and the team must rescue Mark and reclaim their robot before it's destroyed.
aired 178 days ago
When monsters descend upon the Bay City High, Ryan enlists his two best friends, Spyder and Harris, and his brother Mark to help him operate MECH-X4 and save their school.
aired 180 days ago
Harris convinces Ryan to join a skate competition; an upgraded flying Jaguasaur is deployed to lure the team and MECH-X4 into action.
aired 181 days ago
Ryan uses his technopathic powers to access a powerful laser for the team to use and crack open the captive monster's heart.
aired 182 days ago
When an ooze-infected Harris starts turning into a monster, the team goes on a mission to find a cure.
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With the team split apart as Grace contemplates leaving Bay City, Traeger makes his move.
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Ryan attempts to level up at his new school, but must instead focus to stop a super-powered enemy.
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Grace informs the brothers that she might relocate the family to Miami.
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The team must split up to find Ryan in the Arctic while being hunted by an unexpected enemy.
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Mech-X4 flies to the Arctic for a devastating showdown with Traeger.
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Veracity's first mission with the team could be her last when her attempt to give Mech-X4 a flight mode goes terribly wrong.
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The team has their first real battle with their mysterious new enemy Traeger, who catches them off guard with an unimaginable power.
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A fun day with Dad turns deadly when Ryan and Mark are attacked by unfriendly tech.
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A new monster creates a city-wide blackout and disables the robot; the team must figure out how to get the robot working before the beast can complete its mysterious mission.

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