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Submitted by pixlbit 507d ago | review

Armored Core: Verdict Day Review - PixlBit

PixlBit | "Having largely been left off of the (very small) Armored Core bandwagon, I was surprised that with a little effort I got sucked completely in to the series’ complicated underpinnings when I reviewed Armored Core V over a year ago. From Software has expanded on its last entry and brought us Armored Core: Verdict Day, which corrects a few issues while adding an entirely new complicated system you can dig into. The problem is, this new system has definitely pushed past the series’ tenuous status as accessible by humans using a controller and there’s not enough other new stuff to differentiate it from its predecessor." (Armored Core: Verdict Day, PS3, Xbox 360) 2.5/5

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