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 had the chance to try out this title a couple of weeks ago. The last mech games I played were on the SNES--I can't even remember their names now, but they were good fun and I was looking for more of the same here.
Summary: One of the first things that stand out to me in any game are the graphics. Being a game for a next-gen console, Armored Core 4 does live up to its next-gen status for the most part. All of the mechs look gorgeous as well as the weapons and particle effects and shaders.
Summary: Armored Core 4 - Circa 2007 (Special note: If you never played an Armored Core game before and don't care much for huge battling mechs with endless menus of customization drop this score down to a one star.
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.
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.
Summary: Armoured Core 4 is a classic 2007 release that knows exactly what kind of game it is. A 30 meter high robot game that's who! Highlights for me so far would be... + choosing what robo limbs to use and which paint scheme and pattern is just awesome + selecting a grenade cannon and watching the...