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Armored Core 3 Portable Review

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HIGH Melting scores of enemy Armored Cores with my trusty flamethrower.

LOW Being sliced apart by beam swords for relying too heavily on my trusty flamethrower.

WTF The game has more functions than the system has buttons!

Armored Core: Formula Front – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Fantasy Violence

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: Nine Breaker – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Fantasy Violence

Armored Core: Nine Breaker

Game Description: "Nine Ball" mechs which appeared in the original PlayStation Armored Core are back in Armored Core: Nine Breaker. Those who can defeat "Nine Ball" are labeled as the true most powerful mech around, the "Nine Breaker." In Armored Core: Nine Breaker, players play through two main modes of play: training mode and arena mode.

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.

Silent Line: Armored Core – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Violence

Silent Line: Armored Core – Review

Publisher Agetec may want to get away from the "same-old, same-old" reviews the Armored Core series usually receives, but it's going to take more than a little switcheroo in the title to get the job done. Silent Line is the seventh entry in developer Fromsoft's long-running cult series, but there's really very little to differentiate it from the others previously released. This can be viewed as either a good or bad thing depending on your experience with (and love of) the games, but as a seasoned veteran of all seven, I'm more than ready for this franchise to receive a complete and total overhaul.

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