Siliconera: Looks like Namco Bandai and From Software are best buds. On top of grabbing the Western rights to Dark Souls, Namco Bandai picked Armored Core 5 too.
Atlus? Just like Demon's Souls
Namco Bandai did Demon's Souls for Europe. Let's hope they're From Software's official western distributor now.
I LOVE AC! Pressing R3 and L3 and going BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM
God please, I need some mech action.
I am very happy it found a publisher for a western release. However, I still havn't heard any new info on the game for about a year. It would be nice to see some updated info.
the last one was awful, not unless its massively improved.
wasn't awful just extremely disappointing.I like the speed but the utter lack of parts and the complete lack of balance in the weapons made it a bit disappointing.I mean its a little sad but I think the PS2 version each had more then twice as many parts.Also the releasing AC4 with no mic support for PS3 just seemed stupid but they did fix that in the last one.I just wished they could use Mod Nation's decal system,just imagine.
The game was just plain dissapointing, the enemies either felt like paper or were rediculously tough and the limited energy bar was just dissapointing aswell. Id have liked to have seen good damage effects on both surroundings and mechs like the loss of limbs etc and more dynamic gameplay. The maps also felt huge but very empty and lacked any kind of "life"
they have the best cgi trailer but then the gameplay sucks ... I still liked Armored core on the ps2 but they failed on next gen consoles
Well then, rejoice, as From Software themselves mentioned they'd make something more akin to older ACs with this one, instead of 4/4A. However, I do not get the hate for those. I enjoyed the fast-paced gameplay and the Arms Fort battles were awesome. It was quite on the casual/easy side, yes, but it still was fun to play. Ah, well.
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