Armored Core: Verdict Day Review

Posted: October 9, 2013 in Uncategorized


Armored Core Verdict Day

Genre Third Person Vehicular Combat / Platforms PlayStation 3, Xbox 360

Developer From Software / Publisher Namco Bandai

Platform Played On PS3

When I first pressed the Start button in Armored Core: Verdict Day’s main menu, I expected to be greeted by a fairly standard mech-based combat game. For the most part, that’s exactly what Verdict Day offers you, though it stumbles in quite a few areas.

At its core, Verdict Day is all about siding with a particular faction, building your mech unit – and team, if you feel like – after which you’re free to start causing mayhem, both offline and on.

Even though you may enjoy it all by yourself, Verdict Day is heavily built around the online component. The game offers a persistent global map, divided into seasons, each one lasting until either one faction conquers the others’ regions, or the time-limit expires. There are three…

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