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Armored Core Formula Front: Extreme Battle
23 September 2006
Excerpt: Build an unstoppable warrior to annihilate the competition, then pop him in your pocket! For the first time ever in the history of the much-loved series, Armored Core is heading to a handheld format with the release of Armored Core: Formula Front – Extreme Battle.
Excerpt: If you want to see really good graphics on your PSP, look no further. Armored Core: Formula Front Extreme Battle is beautiful, looking like a smaller version of a PS2 game on a wide screen. You will be treated to various views and even post-processing special effects while watching replays.
Armored Core: Formula Front - Extreme Battle review (PSP)
13 January 2006
Excerpt: This is a story of blood, sweat, and gears. This is a story of heroic competition and tragic defeat. This is Armored Core 's equivalent of the pennant race. This is Formula Front: Extreme Battle Unlike past Armored Core entries, Formula Front eschews mission-based gameplay and sticks entirely to...
Excerpt: I love customizing things to fit my taste. I really do. I also like being able to take my creations and pit them against my friends’. Perhaps because of this, the Armored Core series has always appealed to me.
Conclusion: What you end up with is thirty battles masquerading as a fairly rigid sports league, in which you can try each fight as many times as you like, using whatever weaponry you want. It's fun to start with, and Mech fans will still want to give it a spin.
Summary: Armored Core: Formula Front is a solid game that runs smoothly, and despite taking a while to get into can provide a few thrills. A game which is likely to keep series fans happy, but unlikely to generate new ones.
Excerpt: Au fil des années, From Software s’est acquis un certain savoir faire dans la création de jeu de mecha, notamment au travers de sa série fétiche, Armored Core . Nouvelle plate-forme de Sony oblige, un nouvel Armored Core fait son apparition le jour de la sortie japonaise.