Feb 052010
 
Much of the new parts in Last Raven Portable

A new parts list for the the upcoming Armored Core Last Raven Portable for the PSP has been announced, and from the looks of it From chose to bring back more classic parts from older AC titles instead of introducing new ones for the game. Most notable among the new additions is the WX-S800-GF from AC1 which launches 6 tightly spread missiles in the original game. The complete list of new parts after the jump:

(Head) EHD-DOME from AC2
(Core) ZCX-F/ROOK from AC2
(Arms) AN-D-7001 from ACPP
(Arms) AN891-S from ACMOA
(Legs) LF-TR-0 from ACMOA
(Legs) ELC-HTT0808 from AC2
(FCS) LODD-QHT from AC2
(Dual back unit) WX-S800-GF from AC
(Right arm weapon) ZWF-S/NIGHT from AC2
(Right arm weapon) EWG-HC-RAW from AC2

It is also worthy to note that there may be balance changes on the new parts introduced in AC3P and Silent Line Portable, similar to what happened when the parts from the original games were ported over to the Nexus and Last Raven era of AC games in an effort to re-balance game mechanics. It will be interesting to see how these changes will take place when Last Raven Portable gets released on March 4, 2010 in Japan. No word on a US release date.

[via: Game Watch through Mecha Damashii ]

  • Goat

    IT'S THE V MISSILE! BLARGARG

  • http://ravenrepublic.net NiX

    Wow VERY interesting indeed. I wonder if that missile pack retained its ridiculous rate of fire. XD

  • http://www.facebook.com/anthony.palafox Anthony Palafox

    It's the return of the comeback!

  • http://ravenrepublic.net NiX

    Couldn't help noticing though: That's one shitty design. XD

  • http://www.ravenrepublic.net Lord Leperman

    Yeah, no back cannons for a tank :P

    I am curious how the ROOK core will be implemented in LR: Portable though,. I am hoping it will be a decent ATLAS competitor and become THE midweight OB core.