Summary: Armored core 4 is my 4th fav of the AC games. It’s basically the same as all others. Unlike Ac 2.5-3.5 theres not really any thing “new” brought to the table. Almost everything in this is the same as previous chapters, or it’s such a small change that it’s unnotable. It’s a classic. For modern gamers expectations might be too high for this, but it is a classic. I loved this game.
Summary: No mech game has ever been good and this is not really an exception. While it does improve on other games in the series, it falls short as a game in whole. It is not terrible by any means and some tout it as the best mech game on the market, but it is certainly not a game I would be recommending to the average gamer. If you are a big fan of mechs, then be my guest, you will likely find some gold in this pile of rocks. First of all you will notice the controls are awful.
Summary: IF YOU WERE A FAN OF THE EARLIER GAMES THEN YOU SHOULD LIKE THIS ONE, ALTHOUGH IT IS MORE OF THE SAME AS THE OLDER ARMORED CORE GAMES IT ACTUALLY IS NOT AS GOOD AS SOME OF THE PREVIOUS ONES. IT LOOKS GOOD PLAYS NICE BUT OUTSIDE OF THE MISSIONS NOT MUCH ELSE LEFT.
Summary: I wanted to be blown away with PS3 graphics abilities, but this game just didn't look like a next gen game. I looked more like a PS2 game than a PS3 game. Gameplay was as expected for any mech game, easy to pick up and learn. Gameplay is also just repetitive. At least rent this game before buying it.
Summary: Massive mechanical machines with equally massive selections of purchasable, acquirable add ons fly and fight through levels of other machines doing the exact same. Sounds pretty hectic but I assure its often not that exciting. The long going series made by 'FromSoftware' has seen mostly graphical upgrades across the years along with further personal touches and achievements, but does 'For Answer' stand out from the numbered series?