Former Swingin' Ape head, Steve Ranck, mentioned that he was interested in acquiring the rights to the Metal Arms series and would "absolutely" be interested in making a sequel.
this was one of my favorite games on the Game Cube!
I remember playing it on one of the OXM discs back in the day. It was really fun! I hope they come out with MA2. :)
Definitely an under appreciated game. I rented it and never bought it. If it was re released for the Wii as a 'New Play' game, I would buy it.
YES! YES! YES! YES! YES! YES! DO IT!
I've never played this game on the gamecube but if its coming to xbox360 what the heck not Yes YES YES.
It was on XBOX, PS2 and GC. Really good cartoony third person shooter/platformer. I think its on XBOX Originals now. Really good game.
Metal Arms 1 is on Xbox Originals.
@4.2, yes it's there Hope this is true, loved the first.
ah i remeber this game it was fun playing this at my cousin i gotta find it againd and own it forever never finish it though so it will still be partly new to me
Aren't most of the people who made the original still working at Blizzard?
Please let this be true! Beating this game at highest difficulty was freaking awesome. Also it had an open ending! Bring metal arms 2....BRING IT
PLEEEEASE. Seriously, I'll beg. Metal Arms was a BLAST. Great gameplay, and whoever designed the audio deserves a freakin' award. Still play it on my 360. Thanks God for it being backwards-compatible.
This game tided me over until I got back to Kansas City, from Denver from 03 to 04, along with Kingdom Hearts, Max Payne 2, R&C Going Commando, Nightshade, and KOF 01-02. This is the type of game that should be in everyones collection, or on your list to pick up, General Corrosive=Massive
I'm playing this now... moreplzkthxbye!!!
It suffers from the same "feel" as Beyond Good & Evil. There's a certain "je ne sais quoi" that makes it a failure. Maybe it adheres to game conventions too heavily. Like a 2D game in a 3D world.
this game is still fun as hell, to bad for Hosed and Screwed.
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