Do not buy unless you have a subscription to Xbox live
J Borg, Amazon
17 October 2013
Summary: The last armored core game I had played was AC3, and V offers quite the departure from the gameplay experience that I was used to. First off, the core gameplay really requires online access to get the most out of the game, which may work well, I wasn't able to test it.
Summary: The glory days of the Armored Core series are gone. A shame, I was looking forward into sinking hours and hours making a perfect mech without all the tech jumble of battletech. Just lost that good old feeling.
Summary: This game is nowhere near as good as AC 4 Answer. AC's seems significantly slower than their LARGER predecessors and maneuverability is a joke. -Dialogue is poor and the story line is not explained in detail as it was in prior versions of the game.
Summary: I loved the Armored Core series. i played and loved every game from the PS 1 era up until this one. i know things change and progress with the times, but this game just felt like a huge step in the wrong direction. Maybe they were trying to broaden their auidence, I can't say.
YOU BETTER READ THIS IF you are considering this game.
25 June 2012
Summary: Ive played ALL Armored Core games since its birth. Not too mention Steel Battalion, Steel Battalion Line of Contact (until shortly after the servers went down), and a bunch of others. Including that abysmal game "Front Mission Evolved". No.. I never played "Steel Battalion Heavy Armor".
Conclusion: I feel like 1 and 2 aren’t exactly right for the list. RE4 was oranigilly for the Gamecube and Twilight Princess was oranigilly being developed for the Gamecube and had a Gamecube releaseï»¿ as well.
Summary: Well I'm glad I only paid £30 for this game. The story is utterly unintelligable (standard for a jap game really), the graphics tend to gt confusing and or messy at times, the actual robot you pilot tend to block a good bit of the action.