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Submitted by rpcdrag0n 1078d ago | review

Armored Core V Review - The Digital Fix

From Software achieved impressive critical success with the follow-up to their sadistic death-simulator Demon’s Souls, with Dark Souls appealing to niche gamers looking for a challenge. The latest in the Armored Core mech-simulator franchise has From Software’s fingerprints evident in many aspects, including an example of boundary-pushing online experimentation such as that seen in Dark Souls’ asynchronous ghosts of the dead. Armored Core, now in its fourteenth instalment, switches out some aspects but keeps a few key components as it moves toward a more rounded online experience. (Armored Core 5, PS3, Xbox 360) 7/10

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