We reported a few weeks ago that Dengeki Online’s Armored Core Retribution’s ACs will be making an appearance in Last Raven Portable. So we dug up an old set of pictures on what these ACs look like in their original inception. Taken from Chara Hobby 2007 by Danny Choo, we hope you enjoy the pics of wonderful modeling. More pics after the jump:
It seems not only the V2 Gundam can be turned into a LEGO statue as Armored Core: Last Raven’s Cascade Range has returned, in LEGO form. These pictures are found in the depths of the Japanese Armored Core Wiki site, and thus the name of the creator and the instructions on how to make this magnificent piece escape us. Enjoy another image of this LEGO masterpiece after the jump:
Here’s a collection of scanned images from the AC Chronicle Artworks included in the JPN edition of Armored Core Last Raven Portable released earlier this month. The artbook contains stills and scenes from various Armored Core intros, as well as the concept designs for Armored Core 5, and an interview with series director Toshifumi Nabeshima. Hit the jump for the gallery.
From Software’s official YouTube channel recently posted an English trailer of Armored Core Last Raven Portable, which also reveals the release date on May 6, 2010. Like the previous versions of the Armored Core portable series, Last Raven Portable will be released through PSN at the same price of $14.95. At least we now know for sure that Last Raven Portable will finally be accessible to Armored Core’s international fans. Hit the jump for the official English trailer:
Armored Core Last Raven Portable gets released today in Japan for the PSP. With this, From Software is also launching its Armored Core Battle TV service and an announcement of a new Armored Core Championship Tournament Season. It looks like From Soft is trying their best to promote LR:P for its fans.
Some interesting developments in Armored Core’s official website. From seems to be launching a replay based broadcast service upon the release of Last Raven Portable early this March. Speculations run that the service will allow players to upload and download various replay battles that builds upon Armored Core: Last Raven’s ability to save and load battle replays, a first for the series on the PS2, and likely the feature is being ported over to the PSP version as well.
Suddenly, we’re getting this idea of roving caravans of LR player teams all over Japan with their PSPs duking it out with other AC groups and posting the replays on Armored Core Battle TV. No news if this service will also be accessed when the international English version does get released.
In other news, From released a variety of Armored Core based themes for the PSP, go check them out as well.
Thanks NiX for the heads up.
Dengeki Online Magazine has released a new batch of screen shots for the upcoming Armored Core Last Raven Portable, and these compelling screen shots show that one more additional item that seems to be missing from the Last Raven Portable extra parts list.
It seems that ACs featured in Dengeki Hobby Magazine’s own Armored Core Retribution published back in 2007 will be featured in the game, much like how the Victoria AC from Brave New World was featured in Silent Line Portable.
From the screen shots, we can see that this new arm part will function as a shield given its arm position, unless there are last-minute changes in its design and function for the final release. Additional screen shots after the jump.
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: