Summary: I only played the first two missions and decided this game is not for me. I would not say what I came across was bad I just found it uninteresting. The game starts you off with a basic mech and you take on missions and destroy something for in game currency to buy and swap parts and customize your mech rinse and repeat i guess. There is a story to make it somewhat more interesting but for I only played the first two missions and decided this game is not for me.
Summary: I absolutely love this game. I've been playing the Armored Core series since the very first game came out on the PSX. I own every Armored Core game that has ever come out for the PSX, PS2, and PS3 including Armored Core V and Verdict Day. This game is still by far my favorite out of the entire series.
Summary: This entry in the Armored Core series has a power to grip you and make you want to succeed, all while optimizing your own AC for both missions and your own playstyle. Why did I say that? For starters, this is one of those games that, no matter your equipment (we'll assume you're reasonably equipped), you can complete every single mission in the game.
Summary: Disc looked a little iffy (hence the non-perfect score), but it worked just fine. Great fast-paced combat with lots of customization. Switching around regulations is great as you can play with different builds. Haven't tried multiplayer, but I remember it being crazy fun. Recommended to anyone that likes giant robots and blowing things up. It's a challenging game, in a fun way.
Summary: The game is pretty good, but I do have a few issues with it, namely how it handles. default controls for this game are atrocious, there is no easy way to put it. And even after re-mapping pretty much everything, it still takes some getting used to. Once you get used to your new controls, the game handles much better, and it can become satisfying to pilot your NEXT. Combat in this game The game is pretty good, but I do have a few issues with it, namely how it handles.
Summary: Though the aggregate score doesn't reflect it the game is a significant improvement over the disappointing Armored Core 4 with slightly better control, weapons sound effects that pack more of a punch, a great sense of scale and for the most part more interesting missions. The customization menus are also streamlined a bit better making that aspect of the game less of a headache without Though the aggregate score doesn't reflect it the game is a significant improvement...
Summary: Worth playing. When you get used to the controls, you have one of the most chaotic games out there. Story was, for the most part, good. I did however have a lot of aggravating levels. The story, in my opinion, is not as good as silent line, my favorite game in the series.