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Submitted by GamingNexus 842d ago | review

Armored Core V Review - Gaming Nexus

From the review: "Armored Core V is a good looking mech game with tons of action, a robust online mode and so much customization that you can spend more time creating than actually fighting. It's full of good ideas that you don't normally see in a console game like this, as well as a diverse set of missions to complete. There's just one problem: This fifth Armored Core is completely impenetrable." (Armored Core 5, PS3, Xbox 360) B-/A+

ThanatosDMC  +   842d ago
I was disappointed. Light mechs are next to useless. ACV-2 should improve on a lot of things... hopefully.

AC games always has some sort of an expansion anyway that's better than what was before it.

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