History VideoGame / ArmoredCore

28th May '16 9:43:00 AM nombretomado
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The ''Armored Core'' series is a mech-combat video game series developed by FromSoftware. It started on the original PlayStation, and over the years, has been on the UsefulNotes/PlayStation2, [[UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable PSP]], UsefulNotes/PlayStation3, UsefulNotes/XBox360, and mobile phones. With the exception of ''Armored Core 2'', each numbered sequel seems to take place in a different continuity, separate from previous, and later, numbered titles.

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The ''Armored Core'' series is a mech-combat video game series developed by FromSoftware. It started on the original PlayStation, UsefulNotes/PlayStation, and over the years, has been on the UsefulNotes/PlayStation2, [[UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable PSP]], UsefulNotes/PlayStation3, UsefulNotes/XBox360, and mobile phones. With the exception of ''Armored Core 2'', each numbered sequel seems to take place in a different continuity, separate from previous, and later, numbered titles.
18th May '16 3:47:37 AM Eyeshield
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* DashedPlotLine: Massive amounts of time pass between games, even those with the same story or continuity.
21st Apr '16 11:28:38 AM BehaviourAye
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* WasOnceAMan: [[spoiler: The Foundation leader, which might be "Forgotten Day's" Issac, and the mercenaries of Reaper Squad, including Maggie when she does her FaceHeelTurn]] in VD.

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* WasOnceAMan: [[spoiler: The Foundation leader, which might be "Forgotten Day's" Issac, Isaac, and the mercenaries of Reaper Squad, including Maggie when she does her FaceHeelTurn]] in VD.
31st Mar '16 1:17:35 PM MonkeysUnkle1
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** Most things in combat with even a basic NEXT in 4/fA are going to be melted in a matter of seconds while dealing little to no damage in return. The only things a NEXT pilot may have trouble with are other NEXTS or arms forts. A skilled NEXT pilot is virtually unstoppable, rendering arms forts and all but the most skilled NEXT pilots useless against them.
31st Mar '16 12:46:11 PM MonkeysUnkle1
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** Aretha, the FinalBoss in ''4'', pulls this one off much better. The Quick Boosters on that thing are ''insane'', crossing a distance of what appears to be several dozen meters within an instant.

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** Aretha, the FinalBoss in ''4'', pulls this one off much better. The Quick Boosters on that thing are ''insane'', crossing a distance often causing players to completely lose track of what appears to be several dozen meters within an instant.it as it disappears off their screens.
29th Mar '16 7:32:07 PM JamesShade
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* '' Armored Core 2: Another Age'': Five years after Armored Core 2, the corporations have all fallen in favor with the Earth government after the incidents on Mars. The people, still living in subterranean cities are tiring of being ignored and armed revolts are a daily occurrence.

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* '' Armored Core 2: Another Age'': Five years after Armored Core 2, the corporations have all fallen in out of favor with the Earth government after the incidents on Mars. The people, still living in subterranean cities are tiring of being ignored and armed revolts are a daily occurrence.
27th Mar '16 12:50:12 PM Hyperx72
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[[caption-width-right:350:The rest is up to you.]]
26th Mar '16 3:13:58 PM JamesShade
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* TimeSkip: Outside of the unknown ones between most of the games, there are a few explicit time skips. There is a ten year gap from ''4'' to ''For Answer'' (or, rather, a ten year gap between the National Dismantlement War). ''V'' has a one year gap between the prologue mission and the first mission, as well as a two year gap between the end of the story missions and the start of the order missions (which is a GuideDangIt outside of the artbook and the official ''Armored Core'' Facebook page). ''Verdict Day'' ups the gap by having a ''hundred years'' pass between it and ''V'', to say nothing of [[spoiler:the unknown gap between ''Verdict Day'' and ''For Answer''.]]

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* TimeSkip: Outside of the unknown ones between most of the games, there are a few explicit time skips. There is a ten year gap from ''4'' to ''For Answer'' (or, rather, a ten year gap between the National Dismantlement War). ''V'' has a one year gap between the prologue mission and the first mission, as well as a two year gap between the end of the story missions and the start of the order missions (which is a GuideDangIt outside of the artbook and the official ''Armored Core'' Facebook page). ''Verdict Day'' ups the gap by having a ''hundred years'' pass between it and ''V'', to say nothing of [[spoiler:the unknown gap between ''Verdict Day'' and ''For Answer''.]]]] Prior to the ''[=AC4=]'' and ''ACV'' games, ''[=AC2=]'' specified its time jump at 67 years from the timeframe of Master of Arena, and Another Age had a five year skip.
15th Feb '16 5:54:58 PM GrammarNavi
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The ''Armored Core'' series is a mech-combat video game series developed by FromSoftware. It started on the original PlayStation, and over the years, has been on the [=PS2=], PSP, [=PS3=], [=XBOX360=], and mobile phones. With the exception of ''Armored Core 2'', each numbered sequel seems to take place in a different continuity, separate from previous, and later, numbered titles.

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The ''Armored Core'' series is a mech-combat video game series developed by FromSoftware. It started on the original PlayStation, and over the years, has been on the [=PS2=], PSP, [=PS3=], [=XBOX360=], UsefulNotes/PlayStation2, [[UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable PSP]], UsefulNotes/PlayStation3, UsefulNotes/XBox360, and mobile phones. With the exception of ''Armored Core 2'', each numbered sequel seems to take place in a different continuity, separate from previous, and later, numbered titles.



* UpdatedRerelease: ''Armored Core 3'', ''Silent Line'' and ''Last Raven'' (but no ''Nexus'' for some reason) were re-released for the PSP with the title ''Portable'' tacked onto the end. All three games featured brand new parts and arena fights not found in the PS2 versions of the games.

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* UpdatedRerelease: ''Armored Core 3'', ''Silent Line'' and ''Last Raven'' (but no ''Nexus'' for some reason) were re-released for the PSP with the title ''Portable'' tacked onto the end. All three games featured brand new parts and arena fights not found in the PS2 [=PS2=] versions of the games.
24th Dec '15 6:59:14 PM Doug86
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** Armored Core V = [[ChromeHounds ACV]] = Advanced Combat Vehicle. This is probably unintentional.

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** Armored Core V = [[ChromeHounds [[VideoGame/ChromeHounds ACV]] = Advanced Combat Vehicle. This is probably unintentional.



* SpiritualSuccessor: Three of them: ''{{Chromehounds}}'', ''Murakumo: Renegade Mech Pursuit'', and '''''[[MetalWolfChaos METAL WOLF CHAOS]]'''''

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* SpiritualSuccessor: Three of them: ''{{Chromehounds}}'', ''VideoGame/ChromeHounds'', ''Murakumo: Renegade Mech Pursuit'', and '''''[[MetalWolfChaos METAL WOLF CHAOS]]'''''
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