3.33 stars 3.33/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews spread across 3 releases and 0 DLC
I'm gonna be honest, i read an article with screens of this game about a year before it's release and it was like love at first sight. It looked soooo good. I loved the graphics, the concept, everything. It all looked so cool. And a year later when it was released i wasn't disappointed. I didn't care at all about the MGS2 demo. You play as Leo, a young boy who has involenterally been designated the task of piloting the Orbital Frame Jehuty. Jehuty has an onboard computer by the name of ADA who...
Long before Michael Bay mangled Transformers, there already were robots with lots of flash, exploding everything in town. In Zone Of The Enders, we call these shiny ninjas ‘Orbital Frames’. In a post-apocalyptic world, they are the main fighting force and used for space battle throughout the universe. Yes, people now have access to the universe and have even left Earth. It’s more fun to destroy someone else’s territory anyway. Cheer up, emokid. Hideo Kojima has a unique mind and we see that ...
If there’s one thing anime has taught me over the years, it’s that the Japanese loves them some giant robot mecca wars. Contrary to their large size and guaranteed complicated design, these motorized metal contraptions zip around the television screen in a blast of flourescence denoting energy weapons and a maelstrom of bullets. They demonstrate martial arts capabilities that would make Bruce Lee blush as they deftly twirl swords, scythes, and battle axes between hands before delivering a swift ...
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