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Alright, this one is a bit obscure, even for G&T's taste, but I'm confident you can do it (though you HAVE been getting rust lately...). It was a claymation fighting game for the PS1 that had a bunch of robots in it, and green alien cats. It was similar to Powerstone in that the arena was 3d, and you could jump around and stuff. I remember one robot looked like a cowboy, one was kind of a jock, and there was a robot dog that launched rockets. The style was very reminiscent of The Neverhood, and I think it was made by the same company, but I'm not positive (it had the same off-beat humor for sure).
EDIT: Somebody else gave me the answer, but you guys should try to find out anyways.