Gelugon_baat Posted Sep 16, 2011 4:30 am GMT I do hope that the droning noise that tells the player which direction enemies are at can be turned off. this a million times over. i'm nitpicky and this would make me not buy this game until its in the bargain bin. the utter chaos of the gameplay and the frantic 'shoot the general direction of the enemy till its dead' gameplay i'm seeing is making me unsure, but still looking into it. curious. it has potential.
TGS 2011: Armored Core V - Battling Mech Gameplay Video
Our mech takes down a giant chopper while his energy is depleted to 30 percent.Posted Mar 21, 2012 | 2:30 | 10,183 Views
Destroy all enemies and be sure to make good use of your recon units.Posted Mar 21, 2012 | 2:30 | 2,658 Views
Shoot your enemies from afar in this clip from Armored Core V.Posted Mar 20, 2012 | 2:25 | 3,459 Views
Clear out all of the enemies in this level from Armored Core V.Posted Mar 20, 2012 | 2:35 | 924 Views
Lay down some cover fire for your engineers in this clip from Armored Core V.Posted Mar 20, 2012 | 2:35 | 877 Views
- Sep 15, 2011
Armored Core V puts your mech-bashing skills to the test in this clip from TGS 2011.
i'm i AC FAN from the beginning i'm not going to say anything about till it comes out so i can play it for my self
I believe that Armored Core as a franchise needs a different sort of departure than in gameplay. In my case, the return of the Target Box is welcome, but that might be nostalgia talking. What I believe the franchise needs is a context change, not just in story, but how the game is played through, and AC5 seems to be doing that. Almost invariably AC was "get hired, undertake mission, shoot stuff, ???, profit" and then customize. This multiplayer battleground business suddenly makes you part of a whole as opposed to a lone wolf, which is something I think AC needed more than a control/gameplay/gunplay change.
I want to see a fresh and updated AC game, but to me this really doesn't look much different from AC4. Japanese developers have some great franchises, it just seems they have no interest in changing things up. You'd think in the 4 years since the first AC4 they would step up a generation in visuals and build a more refined play style, even the stagnant Cod franchise is making more change (if so small) in yearly releases.