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Submitted by Arcee 550d ago | opinion piece

Initial Thoughts about Armored Core: Verdict Day

Richard of PopCults.com writes "On looks alone, Verdict Day seems like a fun game and something that I can jump into right away given my experience with past games in the series and with Armored Core V. The story seems well thought out and consistent with the world that Armored Core has built for itself over the years, but only playing the game will really let me know what my true feelings for the game really are. And let’s not forget that we still need to see how the online part of the game will play either." (Armored Core: Verdict Day, PS3, Xbox 360)

DestinyHeroDoomlord  +   550d ago
The last armored core I played was last raven and that was fun even though I couldn't finish it. Maybe I'll pick this one up just for the ac customisation of ai for online, since I'm pretty good at optimising my ac but not at controlling it.
Arcee  +   549d ago
Funny, I usually suck at designing my AC but I am good at maneuvering and running and gunning.

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