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ACV - AMAZING so far.

Really? Mine is supposed to arrive tomorrow.

Do you think it feels more like the AC4/AC4A games or the PS2 AC2/3/SL/N games?
     
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I'm still waiting on Heavy Gear 3. frown.gif
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Really? Mine is supposed to arrive tomorrow.
Do you think it feels more like the AC4/AC4A games or the PS2 AC2/3/SL/N games?

Not even close to those. Plays like it's own game completely. Totally different control feel but retains the armored core feel through game art style and customization.

Unlike AC4/A there isn't one cookie cutter AC build for winning all pvp. So many different types and strategies in the matches I've played it's actually AMAZINGLY fun and reasonably competitive. You actually have to think and can sneak up on people who arent paying attention. Armor type defenses are actually useful now.
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Not even close to those. Plays like it's own game completely. Totally different control feel but retains the armored core feel through game art style and customization.
Unlike AC4/A there isn't one cookie cutter AC build for winning all pvp. So many different types and strategies in the matches I've played it's actually AMAZINGLY fun and reasonably competitive. You actually have to think and can sneak up on people who arent paying attention. Armor type defenses are actually useful now.

How is the single player? Is it anything like the garbage of AC4 or does it feel like old-school AC titles?
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How is the single player? Is it anything like the garbage of AC4 or does it feel like old-school AC titles?

Old school AC with a mix of AC4 and 4A type things

AC to AC LR was a more of a sim type game, AC4 and 4A were very arcade like, ACV has a mass amount of elements from the AC1 games more than AC3 or so, But the dash mechanics and a few movement things are still there like AC4 though but not as stupidly fast, It mixes in very well.

Single player? 95% of the game is online based, Unlike the rest of the AC games (including AC4 and 4A) Its not fun on your own.
there's 10 missions that take 30 mins or less, Plus 81 order missions i think (about 2 - 5 minutes each)
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Old school AC with a mix of AC4 and 4A type things
AC to AC LR was a more of a sim type game, AC4 and 4A were very arcade like, ACV has a mass amount of elements from the AC1 games more than AC3 or so, But the dash mechanics and a few movement things are still there like AC4 though but not as stupidly fast, It mixes in very well.
Single player? 95% of the game is online based, Unlike the rest of the AC games (including AC4 and 4A) Its not fun on your own.
there's 10 missions that take 30 mins or less, Plus 81 order missions i think (about 2 - 5 minutes each)

Damn it, that's what I was afraid of. To be honest, I felt AC2 and AC2:AA to be the best of the series. Was really hoping for more of that story-driven type of play. frown.gif
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