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- 90 new missions across 7 battle ravaged continents
- 150 parts to customize your load out
- Battle alone or with your friends with improved online matchmaking
- Use the adaptive A.I. to create unmanned AC units to even the playing field for online matches
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Command a squadron of fully customized Armored Core Units in a dystopian future ravaged by war and stripped of its natural resources; The last remaining resources needed for the survival of your faction are scavenged and bitterly fought for in the No Man's Land, a bleak landscape that offers little hope for survival. Enlist into one of the various in game factions and strategically adapt your weapon systems to wrestle control of territories away from other players and establish a much needed peace. A heavy trigger finger, innovative customization and tactical teamwork will be all that stand between survival and total annihilation in Armored Core: Verdict Day.
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With that out of the way, this game is a blast to play. Creating the mech, as always, brings about more fun than actually playing the game sometimes. Gaining that headache from fighting yourself about a part, build, or weapon loadout is a weird, yet satisfying sensation (even though it's a headache...work with me here), and the satisfaction/disappointment of your results is something that keeps you coming back to the drawing board of your craft. The difficulty expected from AC games will not disappoint the hardcore fans of the series, as it delivers this and more, while still managing to have some missions tailored to get dedicated newcomers a feel for the game. Sometimes it can have the unfair moments, but I digress; it's all in how you play the game. Creating your own UNAC is also a fun thing I suppose; creating a AI controlled mech from the ground up from it's battle methods to it's weapon proficiencies is pretty cool, and I recommend it.
Multiplayer is multiplayer, nothing really different this time around. I suppose it's more expansive, but I can't speak much on it since the audience for the game is niche. Wish more people played it. But the other guys are right: Joining a team is a MUST, but unlike before (no offense to the other guy), your shop purchases are only affected by your player rank. Offline story mode is still fun though, and grinding for the S rank can give you a hard time. Oh and special sorties.....don't try those by yourself.
Just a fair warning: I highly advise playing V a bit, and if not to get experience with the game, then at least to have a file to convert over. Starting with junk parts is not cool, but in AC:VD, it can be brutal if you aren't familiar with the game. But yeah. To keep it short, if you're a fan of AC, or want a hardcore action game that keeps you on your toes while still trying something new, give Verdict Day a shot. While it might not be Armored Core: For Awesome (Really, is ANYTHING For Awesome?), it's still something fun, and I'd give it a recommendation any day of the week.
(PS: SK_ScytheSOD is my PSN for those who still play and is interested in doing so. Always up for a game!)