An utterly underwhelming name for a very awesome looking kit, like calling everything featured in “Now That’s an Armored Core” a bunch of MTs. The creator, Reikouzi could have called it something like Firestorm, or something more well deserving.
The Armored Core official site has just been updated with the schedule of yet another tease-fest that is the Armored Core V – The LIVE for REBOOT. This fourth installment of their Armored Core V streaming demo series promises to feature the game’s whole CG intro cinematic. And based on all previous Armored Core CG openings (except maybe Project Phantasma, which was pretty bad), this should be epic as well.
Resident ecchi artist and Hetalia fan Iraya-Sama is the newest addition to the Raven Republic blogging team. She’ll be in charge of shifting our attention away from giant robots every once in a while through the use of cutesy and oppai!
For her debut piece, she wanted to share a (NSFW!) photomontage of her progression as an artist all the way back from 2003 up to today.
Update: New video clips added!
Last night was yet another live demonstration for the upcoming Armored Core V. I hear that tanks and quads and anime decals were shown,
though I actually haven’t watched it yet. But you can see for yourself in the recorded video below.
Update: The video finally introduces ACV Quads and Tanks. Get ready to see some semi-transforming “Siege Mode” and first-person view zooming for Quads, and a slug fest with some Tanks. Some decal editing was thrown in too, as you can see in the image above.
Armored Core: For Answer cover AC White Glint has come back, in Lego form. Found in the account by a user named Dak Yuki, this Lego Armored Core is one of the more complicated ones to build given the amount of detail involved, as well as the articulation present. You can view more of this lovely masterpiece below.
Armored Core V Update
Site Theme Change and Reorganization
It took me most of the week, but I finally finished reworking most of the blog!
This fine and dandy Armored Core modification for Unreal Tournament has been in development for a year now, and much progress has been made since its inception. You can get more info on this up-and-coming modification on Moodydata’s Moddb page for Armored Core: Limit Release. For this update, progress has been made with new animations which you can check out below.