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Armored Core: Verdict Day Trailer Explains Nothing, Explodes Everything

The new Armored Core: Verdict Day trailer is here, and boy, is it something. Have you ever caught a single episode of an unfamiliar anime halfway through the series and listened to the opening? Something like, "Previously on Super Robot Miniskirt..." and then you're forced listen to random dialog between a dozen different characters jabber on about things you never heard of, all without any context or knowledge of past events while some bizarrely out of place song drones on.

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E3 2013 - Armored Core: Verdict Day Hands-On Impressions and Video Interview

I spent a few minutes at the controls of Armored Core: Verdict Day. I didn't really take the time to drink it all in. Not much has changed as far as core gameplay is concerned. So if you enjoyed the mech combat from ACV you'll find yourself right at home behind the twin sticks. Despite the similarities to the title Armored Core V, this game will be a full sequel, including a new story, characters, and persistent world.  There will still be plenty of content for single, co-op, and versus players. 

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Armored Core: Verdict Day Coming To North America This Fall

Armored Core V might not have been a smash hit in the states, but that's not stopping Namco Bandai and From Software from bringing the mech fighting sequel stateside. Armored Core: Verdict Day was announced earlier this week in Japan and today is was revealed it will be coming to North America. This title  will be a true sequel to the events to ACV, not that anyone could follow them. The world is still in a constant state of war as opposing factions vie for territory, seeking to control of what remains of the planet's resources. I don't remember much resource gathering in ACV, but I do remember raining down metal hell on opposing Cores. Good times.

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New Video of Mech Mayhem: Armored Core V Online Boss Battles Are Live This Weekend

I've been playing a little Armored Core V lately, and I'm really enjoying my time building, customizing, and fighting with the sleek mechs the series is known for. The other day I logged in and was greeted with a message/warning that Online Boss Battles would be available this weekend. What the heck is an "online boss battle?" I was about to find out.

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Celebrate Armored Core V's Release with a Shiny New Trailer

Chromehounds exiles should feel relief at last now that Armored Core V has made its way to stores. The latest Armored Core game integrates elements from the now-defunct multiplayer-oriented mech combat sim. Indeed, joining a clan is basically mandatory in Armored Core V and the entire game can now be played with online teammates. If the expanded co-op features don't get your interest, perhaps this launch trailer will.

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The Co-Op Release Alert for the Week of 3.19.2011

This week we have two team-based co-op games launching; one featuring mechs, the other featuring zombies.  Another game centers on ninjas.  I'll let you guess which one.  Mechs, zombies, and ninjas?  All we need now are some aliens and we'll have the quadrilateral base of the perfect gaming Pyramid of Villainy.  Cap it all off with some Nazis and we'll have ourselves a party! (Nazis always cap the pyramid.  Always.) 

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Armored Core V Delayed to 2012 in Japan

The Japanese version of Armored Core 5 has been delayed until 2012. From Software, the developer, sites the need to incorporate feedback from the game’s closed beta as the reason for the delay. Don't be too hard on the beta testers now; this is probably good news. Japanese developers often show a very loose grasp of online modes and user interfaces (see Lost Planet 2). Incorporating beta players’ suggestions will likely result in a more streamlined experience.

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