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Blazing Angels: Squadrons of World War II

Game Description: Blazing Angels: Squadrons Of WWII lets you experience WWII's most epic and action-packed air battles. You and your squadron Blazing Angels will do your best to turn the tide of the war. Whether it's the Battle of Britain, the attack of Pearl Harbor or the fierce fighting for the deserts of North Africa, you'll be there—fighting for freedom in realistic air combat.

Blazing Angels: Squadrons of World War II – Review

For anyone who plays a large number of videogames, there reaches a point where every genre has not only been explored, but each slight variation on it exhausted. When attempting to deride something they don't like, people will often say a variation of the phrase 'If you've played one (for example) first-person shooter (FPS), you've played them all.' While this isn't true, the slightly paraphrased version "If you've played twenty FPSs, you've played them all" actually kinda is.

Blazing Angels: Squadrons of World War II – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Language, Violence

Chromehounds – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Language, Violence

Chromehounds – Review

Chromehounds is an unusual entry to the "big robot" genre.  Rather than being fast, flashy, or even very stylish, it's about teamwork. For once, the idea of victory for one man against an army is disregarded in favor of a humbler, more cooperative approach to futuristic mechanized warfare.

Chromehounds

Game Description: Hunt like a pack, or die like a dog, in the Xbox 360's first mech warfare game.

Armored Core: Formula Front – Review

This time around, FromSoft gave their high-tech third-person robot battling a much-needed shakeup in the transition from PS2 to PSP. The bulk of the game is intact with its insane amount of weaponry and parts to tinker with, the mech construction and fine-tuning still the same art form that it ever was.

Armored Core: Formula Front

Game Description: Armored Core: Formula Front delivers a hardcore sim experience with all-new features not available in the Japanese version. This Special Edition utilizes the complex AI designing and wireless head-to-head action of the original version, and adds action-based player combat interaction to give PSP players the intense fighting gameplay they crave from Armored Core. Building an unstoppable warrior to annihilate the competition has never been so much fun.

Armored Core: Formula Front – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Fantasy Violence

Armored Core: Nine Breaker – Review

If you're reading this review now and have even the slightest interest in checking out what this long-running series has to offer, do yourself a favor and a check out any (and I mean any) of the other games in the series before trying Nine Breaker. In fact, just forget that this game even exists. Without a doubt, this is the worst Armored Core that's ever been produced.

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