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Submitted by aprea 1382d ago | review

Dusty Cartridge: Armored Core V Review

After taking a four year hiatus from the Armored Core series (and helplessly punishing players in the interim with its infamous Soul games) From Software has decided to return to its roots with Armored Core V. While veterans of the series have more than ever to chew on to get their mech fix, the barrier for newcomers unfortunately remains high as ever. (Armored Core 5, PS3, Xbox 360) 6/10

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