is asura's wrath /m/?
inb4 it is so lets talk about how crazy it was. i just finished watching the lets play yesterday, and it was all kinds of awesome.
>is asura's wrath /m/?
>Is a game that's about angry cyborg god of destruction punching robot gods, spaceships and giant fat robots /m/?
I don't know OP, you tell me. There should be a demo that let's you play this >>11404289
What is that circular armor piece on the back?
It was on shining gundam too...
Like on this pic.
What is the specific name of it?
I can't believe it took me this long to realize how /m/ this game is. Loved every bit of it, the main flaws I'd mention are probably its really repetitive nature and the fact that a major plot component is DLC.
So if I type in halo on google, or halo armor, or decorative halo, you think something like these things are going to come up?
Come the fuck on, I need their name you niglet.
I haven't read that particular manga, but unless it's name is actually Ashura's Wrath or it has a lot more similar material than that I don't see why they'd need to. Ishikiwa didn't invent Buddhism or the concept of using religious symbolism to create sci-fi settings like Ashura's Wrath did.
Get this Zen buddhist propaganda off my korean backing imageboard!
Nah seriously though this game is pretty fucking /m/ That and I love how its core message is "punch your attachments away until you can punch all of creation in the face".