S.L.A.I. Steel Lancer Arena International
Metal Wolf Chaos
pick your Armored Core (3 is a good choice, IMO)
Zone of the Enders 1, 2, Fist of Mars
I'm not too knowledgeable on Mechwarrior titles, but there are good ones
Gundam Extreme VS Full Boost
Virtual-On (original, Oratorio Tangram)
I played armored core and it was okay I guess yeah,the only replayability is in the parts. Multiplayer sucks everyone just stacks tankparts and missles the ams sucks dick
the front mission series were my favorite but i fucked up everytime when i edited my mechs classes too much. (IE 2 blade mechs and 2 rifle mechs)
Mech warrior online sucks dick
Hawken sucks bigger dick
and titanfall is the troll of the mech series titanfall was overhyped for sure
Armored Core series is awesome, though the latest installments (V and Verdict Day) suffer from horrifying frame rate problems. Think Dragon's Dogma, but constant high level spell induced performance issues. It's that fucking bad.
>There will never be a good Mechwarrior game again
MECH WARRIOR 3 MOTHER FUCKER
MECH WARRIOR 3 BEST MECH WARRIOR
ANYONE WHO SAYS OTHER WISE IS A FAGET
Armored Core for Answer.
Armored Core 4 is a prequel to it, but the game is short as fuck (literally an hour or two long) and knowing what happens in it isn't that important. I paid full fucking 60€ for the thing and still regret it to this day. Felt like a paid demo.
Also steer away from both V and V-Day because of >>252803996
But i loved mech warriors since the show
i got deeply inbeded into the story
infact one of my favorite games that hasnt gotten mentioned is mech commander 1 and 2
a guy named wolfman overhauled the shit out of mech commander 2 its a great dime a dozen definetly worth 10hours of free playthrough
>played the shit out of Mechcommander 2
>tried reinstalling it
>wont run on new computer
>not even the first will work
that would be heavy gear 2 anon.
Zone of the Enders 1&2
Mechwarrior mod for Crysis1&Wars
Mechwarrior F2P (haven't played it but I heard really good things about it, so worth mentioning I guess)
Armored Core 4, 4Answer, Last Raven
I'm probbaly forgetting many
It was never localised, wasn't it?
It's not dead, this is misinformation. People still play it. I literally just got the game last week and we're running into different people all the time.
Also the frame rate issues were fixed in VD. Anybody saying otherwise is shitposting because of how bad V was.
But it's not pay to win, right?
That's what my friend told me and I trust his word, also have never seen it being p2w claims here on 4chan so there's that too.
As much as I dislike cosmetics and cash shops, if it doesn't affect the core game there's not much to fret about.
It was, the community is cancerous though.
>No intentional ramming jets
I quit after I was threatened to be banned for legging a assault madcat mk2 with a Oro tank helper against my light puma.
Every mech game is secondary to this. Too bad none of you kids will ever get to experience it.
I second this, Heavy Gear 1 and Heavy Gear 2 were the best mech games ever made
Made by Activision when they were good. Holy fuck I'll never forget these games or their atmosphere as long as I live. Glorious
Heavy Gear 1 is still one of the most complete game experiences I have ever had. Comes close to Another World as a child
An absolute masterpiece of a game
The devs really had some balls, not many games come bundled with asshuge controller setups
Just because I'm jealous about not having that, I'm posting this.
I've thought of how to remove legging. Instead of killing the mech when the legs are destroyed, it should just make them limp and move slower. Combined with a VTOL that can lift damaged mechs back to base for repair, it wouldn't be seen as much of a scrubby tactic.
I want to like the MW4 series but I absolutely hate how much they dumbed down the weapons. Literally everything except missiles became fucking hitscans! AC20? Nope, it's just 1 fucking hitscan. In MW3 it was a badass burst cannon with every shot individually modeled. Why was 4 such a step back?
Still far better than MWO though, I must say. Still handles like a dream with HOTAS.
He's wrong. MWO is complete shit. They've cut the value of in-game currency several times, and quite frankly having to grind so much to afford to get different weapons completely kills the fun of customization.
Plus. it's practically impossible to play on a HOTAS setup because you get utterly shat on by mousers
God, why didn't they just put it on PC? That would put all the UI issues right to bed since navigating them with a mouse would be easy
Get the Dark Souls 2 porting team to do it, because if anything, DS2 ran like a dream
>own a pristine condition HUEG, never opened or even softmodded
>yeah that Steel Battallion looks sweet, let's rev up that ebay
>tfw $200+ for the bundle
I fucking want that thing, even if I end up disliking that game it'd still be worth it for those bragging rights, but it's just too damn expensive for me
What the fuck? Does it really have FPS-style mouselook?
Sorta. Weapons mounted on the arms can turn pretty much instantly, while your torso catches up. Either way, it's unwieldy as all fuck, because they're on two separate reticules.
I wish it was like MW3 where they both shared the same reticule and torso weapons just wouldn't fire if your reticule was too far to the sides
4/4A disgusted me because I didn't really like just boosting through the air all the time, having grown up with the PSX/PS2 games
Is ACV/VD like that? Is it worth getting V or should I just go right to VD?
I can see why people shittalk Mechwarrior Online based off how it was a few months back, but since the clans are in the game now the balance has been much improved.
I'm actually having fun again, which is something I can say I havent had since the introduction of the Stalker
Verdict Day is the alive game, and the mobility is less about constant boosting through the air and more about jumping off surfaces like mechanized ninjas.
It's also not as fast as For Answer so you don't have to worry about twitch reactions.
Why is there no armored core for PC....?
Titanfall is pretty damn good. Just bought the season pass and I'm loving the new maps. Gameplay on foot is great. Gameplay in the mechs are great. Its just great all around.
This, besides, balance is the least of my problems with MWO. I just don't like how it handles compared to the originals, how your view doesn't actually bob around with your mech, how turning your legs is instant instead of ramping up (preventing small adjustment), and how people have talked about already where using a joystick is shooting yourself in the foot.
Do they have other gamemodes than 1-life shit yet? You tend to die fast in MWO, so I don't like having to sit out the rest of the round, I wish it was like in MWLL where you just go back to base and have to buy a new mech with in-round currency
I just read about the controls....but it would be fine if played with fps controls. Wasd, then mouselook. R click for right weapon, l click for left weapon, q to switch weapon, space to jump, e to boost.....what else was needed?
Then we can use 360 controllers to...
For Answer. See >>252804760
Get ACFA, steer away from AC4 unless you can get it for less than five bucks.
Any love for this one or is not a real mech game either?
Man, I really want to replay that game but my PS2 went bust a long time ago and I couldn't get the thing work on an emulator.
>driving down a cliff in vehicle form
>jumping from a ramp and turning into glide mode at the peak height
>flying on top of or into Decepticon dropships
Seriously game looks fun as fuck.
No, V. Did VD change the default mapping? if I remember, it had boost on LB and boost charge on X. Going to say again that you can remap controls however you want. Unless they took that out of VD too.
So yes, it is perfectly playable on a 360 pad, because, well, it was on the 360.
That's how the core mechwarrior community has always been. Legging at least has always been seen as a dishonorable tactic that only freebirth scum employ.
V and Verdict Day don't have framerate problems on my PS3. Definately start with 4/4A if you are new to the series, as they play similar to the previous games (though there are some big differences).
V is even more different and isn't a good first AC game. Only fans enjoy it.
>Definately start with 4/4A if you are new to the series, as they play similar to the previous games
In my opinion V was a bit more like the PSX/PS2 era titles, striking a balance between the quick boost hell that was ACFA and the slower paced old games.
I really wanted to like V, but the frame rate problems got me and the online died way too early. Really shitty for a game that was focused even more on multiplayer than previous ones. Even some of the main story missions are actually impossible to complete with a close ranged tank mech (can't reach some areas) and without other people to play with you're pretty much forced to play a medium weigh, bipedal, jack of all trades type mech yourself.
Pretty much. There's a good chance you'll enjoy playing the starter mech, and it's not that much grinding to get the monies for your first mech purchase. So unless you're autisitc and will try to get every mech and not pay, give it a shot.
Worst case you just uninstall the damn thing.
tfw you will never mech for
>post yfw the sounds, lights, and switches of the entire start-up sequence of the Vertical Tank and the controller
captcha: seduce iasmicat
Whatever you do, stay away from Mechwarrior Online. Its a huge pile of shit that rapes the series. Its literally an arena deathmatch game with a never ending grind and pay2win mechs.
The devs are also completely inept and are in way over their heads.
And if you want clan mechs, I hope you have lost of money.
Post more, I can't play this game and capture in HD at the same time.
I drop to like 20FPS every time I try.
With a gif it was no trouble since I could just play it in native but if I want to make Webms I just can't play that game, have it look good and capture all at once.
Softmod: you don't need to open the god damn thing. Hardmod: you have to git gud at soldering.
>And don't you need certain hardware?
Google existed even back then. Hell the xboxhueg is probably easier to mod than the 360. I don't know if they still make chips though.
yeah, sadly they're really the only ones really truckin hard. The genre is in a 00's space sims kinda slump.
Whoever holds the rights to mechwarrior/battletech has been giving them to just the shittiest fucking dev's. (although that turn based hex strat looks alright)
I just want to be in a clan and kill some impure inner sphere scum, I don't think I'm asking much. But instead we get a shit PvP online only game with grinding and pay to win mechanics. Jordan Weisman, where did you go??
I'll even settle for an isometric RPG. Fucking something dude.
>the devs of MWO forced the devs of MWLL to cease all further development of the game because they feared how shitty their own game would be in comparison to a fan-made vidya
What a fucking shame.
Multiplayer mech combat with fully customizable mechs
Too bad the servers got BTFO
No I understand completely.
and enjoyeda visual novel/turn based strategy just because it was free, had robots and caught my eye on steam.
Being a Mechwarrior fan right now is suffering. It hurts to live.
>Tfw no Mechwarrior 5 that isn't fucking F2P
>tfw can't play MW4 mercs cause Mektek quit supporting it and my disc copy doesn't work on my Win 8 machine
>tfw have to play MWO to get my fix
>reading the same books, playing the same games, waiting and hoping for a single player
campaign that will never come.
>waiting for as role playing game that should have happened a decade ago.
Piranha games just beating my dick in with a spiked, rusty metal bat. I want to learn programming so I can make a mod, but with everything that happened to MW:LL, why even bother.
>Only one mention of Phantom Crash
I knew /v/ had shit taste, but come on lads.
I hope you realize most battletech mechs aren't original designs and come from anime.
Front mission is good, a little too big for my taste but decent.
Armored Core is really hit and miss. Old AC were huge, impractical and generic, New ACs are too stylized and impracticable. Some of the MTs are good.
Personally I thought Heavy Gear made more sense as a setting than Battletech
>4000 years in the future
>Gears are only 2-3 times taller than the pilot
>Tanks still ruin their shit
>Run on V-Engines instead of magical compact fusion reactors
>Uses a learning computer to help run the Gear instead of Battletech's MIND-READING HELMETS (ok this isn't actually that far-fetched but still)
Lore-wise Heavy Gear is kinda lame though. Battletech reminds me of 40K. There is no infrastructure or technological advancement, everyone is constantly fighting for power, and every side is an asshole.
Likewise. They don't go very far beyond what's right in front of you, what you're dealing with in the story, which is especially bad in Front Mission games.
When I get around to just like make mecha gaem I am dedicating six months at least just to mythopoeia and world building before doing anything else.
>battletech mechs aren't original designs
>big metal asian humans
>codpiece to thigh ratio
>huge knee pieces
>spikes for no reason, it doesn't even turn into a jet
>legs leaning at a huge angle compared to the body
>legs proportionally fucking retarded big for the body
What the shit
>ten or so at most
>Not liking gigantic knees
why can't the west design good looking mechs?
Are these models that you have to put together yourself? I've never done any of that before
Or do they come put together?
I want this because its basically the exact same mech I made for Armored Core 4 Answer
They keep ammo in the skirts and/or knees.
>no steambot chronicles
buncha faggots in this thread
Maybe, maybe it is dedication to the craft.
The west seems to lack some important skill when it comes to creating a good looking mechanical design.
How can a model set be for beginners or advanced
You literally punch little plastic bits out of a wire thingy, sand it down, a paint it, and stick the pieces together according to instructions. It's not like a jigsaw puzzle with intentional challenge.
Or is it?
Do model makers try to make their models a challenge?
My roommate is absolutely obsessed with its development, I was watching a Q&A interview with the guy not too long ago. Seems like he really wants to provide a good experience to fans of the genre, no broad appeal bullshit. I hope to fuck it doesn't suck.
There's really only so many ways to make a bipedal mech. Dream Pod 9 did a decent job of adapting the Front Mission/Zaku look.
That's more an Armored Trooper than anything.
I'm playing Hawken, it's pretty much just CoD with a mech coating, but I've got a hard-on for the first-person view.
Best Mech series ever.
God Leynos is sexy as fuck.
Why can't Western deigners make games with mecha like this?
Nips can't make good Mech-Sims and Westerners can't make good Mechs.
It's a damn tragedy.
Shit man, does anyone have this?
Would I be stupid to buy it right now? It looks just like Chromehounds and I need my fix
Code Geass Knightmare Frames manage to skii like AT, have the pilot in the core like AT and look nothing like AT.
Also the mechs in FMP.
Or the VF from Macross, and the Destroid from the same series.
Remember when Shining Herasy was an untranslated Holy Grail that no subber wanted to touch because apparently a proper translation would be too hard?
Remember when it finally came out because of people on /m/ and everyone found out it was shit?
Good times. At least the music and mecha parts are good.
How do you even see the RX78 in that?
>big bulky core unlike RX78 man in a cardboard suit look
>feet with three grappling things instead of the Gundam shoes
>big ass mono-eye with an antenna
>overall bulky and not agile like the RX78
turns out this game has aimbots, from what I learned
really hate feddie's G line
ZoE has some seriously sexy designs and the gameplay is hnnnnngggg. No other games can scratch that itch for me.
I really wish I could just one-man-army my ideal mecha game.
>suggesting 4/fa before any of the ps1/ps2 games
>fa playing anything like the ps2 games
>vd is bad
I don't mind the story *too much*, I do mind the execution however. And the countless retcon bullshit VOTOMS has gone through.
>you like that AT? It's a totally new model, blablabla
>meanwhile you get to see it in prequel OVAs
>prequel OVAs completely fuck up Chirico's personality
>also magic amnesia bullshit
It has a few Okawara touches sure. Most Mecha does these days.
The influence on that design is more Votoms than Gundam though, both designed by Okawara.
Gonna get a lot of hate for this, not baiting.
I've been having a lot of
funwith Hawken + Oculus Rift. Its unoptimized as fuck, blurry as shit, but ultimately the best mech related experience I've ever had. I hope its just a hint at the future of the genre.
>Heavy gear soundtrack blasting in my ears
>only the OG games
>not Z3 that recently came out
Lost planet is hit or miss, I remember how big of a cluster fuck on foot fire fights were
>repeatedly and rapidly duck
>first person to not die wins
>play lost planet 2
>spend like five minutes looking around for other guns/picking and choosing a set up
>kills everything in thirty seconds with an assault rifle
Legging is disallowed on SJ's server, but everywhere else, it's generally ok. Sadly, SJ was the only server populated for a long time till it shut down.
Ramming Jets is pretty stupid though, suciding into someone's torso should be a kill since it makes sense, but there should be some sort of punishment attached to it like a rank demotion. Otherwise heavy and assault mechs just wind up useless because 30k C Bill Sullas will just keep ramming them.
The ACE games look worthwhile, thank you anon
>any hack and slash game
I meant mech games; generic hack&slash isn't the same. I have a literal boner for mechs.
No they didn't put it on sale because LP2 is tied to Games For Windows Live, aka the service that no longer exists.
LP2 didn't get steam support so multiplayer is now dead for it.
I remember when FEAR 2 came out and one of the many forgettable characters had a Shogo 2 shirt on. Everyone thought it was a sign a new game was coming. That really panned out.
What you're seeing in the arm is again and Votoms thing, it's a pressurized cylinder that allows the mech to punch with great force.
Many of these games came from a place of Japanese game developers being unable to make the licensed game they want so they ended up making a 'similar but intellectually distinct' approximation.
They couldn't make a Mobile Suit™ or an Armored Trooper™ game So they make a Assault Suit or Armored Core game.
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With the authentication servers down for Crisis Wars, Mechwarrior Living Legends is now free for everyone. You can download CW and MWLL from the MWLL site and be ready to go. Yes, you too can be stomping around in a Madcat or an Atlas in just an hour after downloading.
because fuck you that's why
dr4eading playing MSGO fucking promotion shit and the way the game is balanced now makes me hate playing
>It still looks more like the Alex's hidden gatling
You haven't played Leynos I take it.
>I don't think you understand how desperate mech fans actually are right now.
You have no idea.
>op asks for a good mech game
>gets a thread full of mecha shit
>DOS version of MW2
>Full install: 100MB (HUGE!)
Those were the days.
Exactly what I'm talking about. And I'm not trying to hate on people liking what I don't like, it's just frustrating to see a mech thread with 300+ replies and only a handful of posters who aren't erroneously conflating mecha with mechs. Most people seem to think they're the same thing, but there is a huge conceptual difference between the two that affects gameplay in various ways. Not all humanoid-shaped vehicles are created equal.
They're exactly the same thing.
Dougram the Mecha and ShadowHawk the Mech.
Crabgunner the Mecha and Goliath the Mech.
Same shit different name.
The only reason people think there is a difference is ignorance.
My HDD was only big enough for a handful big titles back then. I had to think about what to remove before I could install anything. Now I hardly ever bother to uninstall a game after playing.
Makes me think about the people who complain about some current PC games demanding 20 GB or more from their HDD.
I think a single decently sized SSD would be enough if I started deleting games again.
I'm sorry you've got a skewed perception of Mecha.
Maybe what you should be asking for instead of "Mech games" is Mecha Simulation.
What you're looking for is first person cockpit view games with giant robots right?
>Is this the new "WRPG vs JRPG"?
Oh please god no. I don't need to see a dozen threads a day about how Battletech isn't kawaii enough or how many belts ZoE designs have. I just don't want the distinction to be lost.
>people who complain about some current PC games demanding 20 GB or more
Honestly the issue there is probably bandwidth. ISPs have failed miserably in keeping up with technology.
>I just don't want the distinction to be lost.
There is no distinction and never was.
I understand what you mean anon.
It is very depressing, but to be honest, mech's get so little love in general, i'm happy when I can find a game or two even if it is the Japanese stuff that seems to match up with what I like. Its so fucking rare at this point.
>play 4A and love it
>"Last Raven is supposed to be the best so I'll buy that!"
>What you're looking for is first person cockpit view games with giant robots right?
Not necessarily. I suppose my view does place "mechs" closer to simulation than "mecha", though it needn't be an actual sim.
The distinction that used to be prevalent is that mechs are slow, lumbering vehicles that could be generalized as tanks with legs (similar to your pic), whereas mecha are typically characterized as being much more agile, and dexterous, like giant armored humans. Compare Gungriffon Blaze to Zone of the Enders. Saying they're the same because they both have giant robots is like equating Rainbow Six to Halo because they both have guns.
I didn't think of that. No data caps in my country, but cable and fibre can be expensive, or you're forced into a plan that includes TV and phone just so you can get online.
There is still ADSL which I think is fast enough and cheap enough. Shit upload speeds tho.
>Here's a well-reasoned explanation of why these two things differ
>NUH UH IS NOT
MWLL Self contained installer which doesnt need crysis warhead to play.
>Halo is a RPG because you play the role of master chief.
>mfw people earnestly use this argument to defend labeling action games with character advancement as RPGs
>Not they aren't at all.
>This comes down to how westerns write fiction, and how fiction is structured in eastern societies.
Being selective only works when the rest of the sentence has no relevancy.
But their walking tanks with legs come from Japanese Mecha
Battletech took the a off Mecha and suddenly people started grasping at straws to look for distinctions.
Mech and Mecha are about as meaningless as Super and Real. They're fan invented vague sub-genres that never had a distinct definition.
> Mechwarrior is dead. We will never have another Mercenaries.
The guy has experiance, I think he worked in the studio that did Dead Island, and was working on M.A.V during the same time. He's not some rookie biting off more than he can chew.
Except it doesn't because there is no clear distinction between the two.
The only real point you could make would be world building for a tabletop versus world building for a cartoon, but that has nothing to do with east vs west but differences in the mediums.
I have been emulating Front Mission5, its pretty good. But the story is boring me.
I wish someone really crunched down and made a mech simulator. Like a MBT simulator.
Jesus, this western vs. eastern mech debate is as stupid as the bickering over american vs. association football. Can't we just have a nice thread about giant robot games? I played Front Mission Evolved recently and had
Go into /lit/ and say that there is no difference between western folk tales and eastern folk tales you will get shit on hard.
We're (or at least I am) indeed talking about world building, part of the appeal in games like Battletech/Shadowrun/40k is the lore, how the technology came about, the spread of, and or creation of factions and figures within the respected universe. That is a very important aspect to me when I'm looking for a mech game.
You'd be right at home with mecha since it does that too. Your prejudice comes from a place of ignorance.
Nobody will make anon. Which means its up to us.
But it's true. RPG is a shit genre definition. 99% of vidya are role-playing games. You play a role. It stems from traditional pen 'n' paper roleplaying games. Doesn't matter the genre, it's still a role-playing game if you're playing as someone else than yourself.
It has lots of novels. So does Gundam.
But you see, no one translates it. There's fucking millions of side stories, shorts, and technical novels that get totally missed by the western fanbase because we can't read it, if it gets scanned alone at all. It wouldn't shock me in the slightest if Gundam, UC alone, had side works rivaling BT.
Exactly, so as soon as we can stop retards from saying Mechs and Mecha are somehow two different generes the better.
Oh don't start, you can take that shit to /m/. This debate has been had 100 times and it's just as flimsy as the Mech vs Mecha one.
Not really, battletech is pretty standard as far as things like Macross, Gundam and Votoms go. Anything with a large Metaverse tends to get all the nitty-gritty details worked out in supplementary materials.
That thinking ruins the entire point of genres. Everything is now an action game. Everything is now a fighting game.
The point isn't to go off the names, it's to go off what the most common perception of titles that belong to that genres name, so you can then compare how similar games are to it. You're saying it's useless because you alone treat it entirely literal in order to make it useless.
>ITT: ignorant baka gaijin try to pretend their silly western mechs are somehow not ripped straight out of glorious nipponese media
man, I'm not hating on it. I've pretty much watched every mech related animation there is. When it comes to a game though, that I'd really want to play, that carries the aura of a particular style, games like Mechwarrior really ring true to where I get my sci-fi boner.
Gasaraki/Blame! vs Matrix/eXistenZ
I like all of it, but I'd rather play a game based off of Gasaraki then Matrix. Its sorta like that.
For the millionth time, there is no distinction and there never has been. Front Mission is the same as Mechwarrior is the same as ZOE is the same as every other mecha game in existence, and you are an ignorant fool for thinking otherwise.
Well there's also like 400 page books on background and shit.
Shame it's all in Japanese.
Ah yes I may have formulated myself badly.
My point isn't "hurr every game is every genre because my autism says so". I just wanted to point out that some genres, namely rpgs, have really dumb names. It would be like having a specific film genre called "film with dialogue". It's such a common element. At least "action" games, for example, are mainly focused on hectic and intense mechanics, whereas the term rpg is so much more broad and doesn't refer to the central points of the genre.
Or something like that.
Hahaha oh wow he is just so desperate to get people to believe him
This whole mechs versus mecha argument is stupid. It's arguing over semantics. They're all the same thing.
That said, I would love love LOVE some new mecha games with the stompier, less flighty mecha like the AT-STs or Battlewalkers from BF2142.
Forgot pic. It's criminal how few games there are featuring the Chicken-walker, and that there's no game which centers around operating one.
Steel Battalion's got some stompies
True! We need more of that. I'd love to see a sequel or something similar, it doesn't even need to be as hardcore as the original as long as it's not just an FPS or TPS with a robot skin. Sure, simplify it so it doesn't need a proprietary joystick which nobody buys, just make it complicated enough to be satisfying to pull off.
I'll admit I just love the AT-ST. Something about the weird, flimsy design that seems like something designed for a specific purpose, not designed to save the universe like some more outlandish mecha. It's an Apache on legs, and that's what I want.
How slow do you want them?
Iron gear is slow as shit.
Some people will say anything just to get a rise out of someone. Stay frosty.
Read Go and say it has no flavors of real robot. It's too easy to blur the lines, they were made as an arbitrary line drawn in the sand taken from a game series that just went with whatever.
I dunno about 'good' but MAV seems promising for what it is.
On the downside most of the srs bsns super optimized vehicles look like this.
Not who you're responding to, but about as slow as a modern military vehicle. Fast trot at most, sprint for emergency situations. Also depending on what role the mech plays.
Preferably no flight or jet boosting/rocket shoes or jumping around. Those are fine in their own way, but I'd like something like what mechwarrior is.
What about Skating, can they have motorized skates?
Even though it makes it different from the BT boardgame they should just eliminate legging by making destroyed legs still work, but just slowly, instead of killing the mech completely
Because armored troopers walk slow as fuck, but can skate around nimbly, terrain permitting.
Then again it can be a fun break from what I usually do, which is to just tape a bunch of shotguns on top of a fast wheeled platform.
The front plate is a shield; it protects the generator, legs and cockpit from damage. The cockpit itself is located behind the legs and is supported by thin metal struts.
The stuff up there is a series of SMGs and shotguns... I think. They're mounted way up high to allow the mech to fire over obstacles.
Eh. That's skating the line there (pun), only for short bursts. For reference: Armored Core 5 is too fast, and 4/FA are obviously way out.
I want lumbering mecha. I'd like to be piloting a mech which is a tank on legs which shakes from side to side as it moves. Skates remove that.
The cockpit HUD wasn't casual enough for people, so unfortunately they did away with the displays-on-the-cockpit-model thing and just made everything overlays
Disgusting, it was one of the few things Hawken did right
Are there any mech games in a fantasy setting?
I'm sick of Sci-Fi hogging all the mecha.
then why not just pilot western mechs?
I don't get western mechs they're no real psychological aspect to them, at the end of the day they're giant boxes on legs with guns taped to em, things like aura battlers, mobile suits and walker machines are more exciting because these things look humanoid
western stuff just isn't exciting for me
Like, VOTOM mechs are neat, but they're not scratching the right itch. What good non-humanoid mecha are there? Like, say, AT-STs or Battlewalkers from BF2142 or Metal Gears.
But they're all mecha, right? Surely there's some good non-humanoid Japanese mecha stuff.
They can, haven't you seen Battletech?
Hell if you look at art and not their MechWarrior game representations you'd think they almost look anime
That looks retarded as hell.
I'd play the fuck out of it.
Huh? Western mechs have plenty of humanoid designs
It's a lot tougher and it's designed for more experienced fans. All kinds of crap goes down, for instance, you have three choices for the first mission you accept. One of these has a fight against another AC at the very end. The AC is packing one of the game's most powerful weapons which is capable of destroying top-tier builds in three or four hits. It might just wreck your starting AC in 2. This is one of the medium difficulty fights in the game.
It's a very rough game and it's not very forgiving, you need to know how to effectively pilot your AC and how to build for a mission if you want to get anywhere.
As for why it's better, it arguably has some of the best part balance in the series along with quite a lot of content, tough and satisfying bosses, and a somewhat enjoyable story (though it's carried by the characters).
Now, that's not to say Silent Line isn't a good game. Matter of fact, Silent Line and Last Raven are almost always the top candidate for "best in series." It really just depends on who you ask.
Also, no psychological aspect? There's still some impact to having a building-sized attack vehicle on legs, it doesn't need to look like a human or fly about to have that.
Plus I'm talking about what I'd like in a videogame. Stuff like AC is too flighty, the combat feel in V is decent (especially the weaponry) but it's still too fast to enjoy properly.
The short-but-sweet REX section in MGS4 was actually pretty damn perfect feel for a mech. As were the mechs in Lost Planet 2, which someone mentioned early. Decently stompy.
I looked it up, this looks a neat design.