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Submitted by jjdoyle 694d ago | preview

Armored Core: Verdict Day Preview (Destructoid)

"Back in 2006 there was not much going for the Xbox 360 in regards to engrossing online play. There was Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter, which was great, but that was it.

That is, however, until the release of From Software's Chromehounds that summer, an online-focused mech shooter that featured a three-faction real-time war with an insane amount of customization. It was not a runaway success, sure, but I was still upset that a sequel was never produced.

Fortunately, that has changed, sort of, with Armored Core: Verdict Day, a seemingly spiritual successor to that 2006 title, and I knew it from the instant I saw it.", writes Destructoid. (Armored Core: Verdict Day, PS3, Xbox 360)

Sandmano  +   694d ago
The old armored core games In the ps1 were AMAZING!!! The last one I played wasn't sadly...

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