Armored Core For Answer promises to have huge bosses, cooler-looking mechs, and better customization options than previous Armored Core titles offered, all while being more accessible to new players.
The video above gives us a glimpse of what's to come: brand new weapons, abilities, and parts. Plus, there are giant robots all over the place. What's not to like?
I remember being overwhelmed by the Armored Core 4 demo a while back, so this is news to my ears. If I can control my mech without crashing into a building every ten seconds, I'll be all over For Answer when it hits stores on September 16 for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
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