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Armored Core: Verdict Day (PS3 / XBOX360)

Armored Core: Verdict Day (PS3 / XBOX360)
alaScore 89

10 reviews

Oct, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 10 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the reliability. There are some mixed reviews about the gameplay.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Armored Core: Verdict Day (PS3 / XBOX360) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

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Armored Core: Verdict Day: Lots to learn, lots to do

 

At first glance, Armored Core looks a lot like a mech-based action game. When you go deeper, you realize it's more simulation than action, and certainly not comparable to anything else on the market. Grizzled mech fans will find that the Armored Core...

Great customization, lots of depth

Steep learning curve, plain visuals

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Armored Core: Verdict Day Review

 

Brutal robot-destroying fun is buried deep, but this giant mech battling series could still use an oil change.

Tons of cool guns and mech parts to tinker with ; Multiplayer warfare is easier to juggle thanks to UNACs and mercs ; The mechs themselves look great

Missions lack variety and depth ; Rough user interface is cumbersome on and off the battlefield

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Armored Core: Verdict Day [Bundle] [clubNamco Exclusive]

 

FromSoftware's long-running mech combat series continues as players join one of three factions and command a squad of customized Armored Core Units as they battle for scarce resources across No Man's Land in Armored Core: Verdict Day. As always, gamers cl

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Armored Core: Verdict Day review

 

Mechs, tactics and the unforgiving nature of Dark Souls.

When it’s going well, the thrill of a mech vs mech battle in a persistent online world in Armored Core: Verdict Day is amazing. But it’s designed for fans already ingrained in the community which by nature ostracises newcomers. Don’t be fooled by the...

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Armored Core: Verdict Day Review

 

Brutal robot-destroying fun is buried deep, but this giant mech battling series could still use an oil change.

Tons of cool guns and mech parts to tinker with ; Multiplayer warfare is easier to juggle thanks to UNACs and mercs ; The mechs themselves look great

Missions lack variety and depth ; Rough user interface is cumbersome on and off the battlefield

If you've delved into the Armored Core franchise before, it's easier to overlook some of the residual rough spots that linger throughout Verdict Day's design. New additions, like the UNACs, make the game's multiplayer war easier to stick with when you...

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fun addition to series

 

if you have played other games in this series,then you will know what to expect. lots of action and building up your mech to take on tougher missons that lie ahead. a little weak graphically ,but still good solid gameplay.This product has......

fighting with mechs

no gameplay improvements

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Blow stuff up in your very own customize mech

 

This game is for those who want to color and build their own mech robot and be able to pilot it into combat. If you played the one before this you can actually import your previous mech and use it! I have loads if fun playing armored core and I'd...

The game takes skill to pilot the armored cores and it's very rewarding, also it has online co-op and multiplayer vs

If you don't like the game your just someone who doesn't know how to play the game right