This game has truly changed my life.
It all began when I bought a thick, hardcover comic book from a games store. The title sounded interesting, and it had robots. After I got home, I left it on the table and took a short nap. Something began to tug at me as I slept. Something powerful. Something epic. A bright light shone through the darkness of my mind, shocking me awake. The light was coming from the kitchen. I raced into the room, shielding my eyes from the brightness. The most beautiful thing in the world shone from the table. Still partially covering my eyes with one hand, I cautiously picked it up and flipped through it. Standard comic book. Guns action, robotic ebola, etc. Pretty normal stuff. A web address on the last page jumped out at me. Literally. It leaped from the page and embedded itself in my brain. The comic book flew out of my hands, skittering across the table as I ran to boot up my computer. I punched in the url, and the website sat there before me. I basked in its glory for a moment, then signed up and punched the download button. Whatever it was, I had
to have it. After about an hour of impatience and swearing at Comcast, the download was done. The standard logos flashed by, and I took no notice of them, waiting with bated breath for the great reveal. A green box popped up asking for my login. I frantically typed it in and smashed the button. Sweat poured from my brow, nearly blinding me as I waited for it to load. After a few minutes of laggy music and very nice background graphics, it was done. Tutorials? Bah. I jumped into a training match. The mech I was thrown into was small and blocky, but handled decently. The game was pretty slow on my weak store-bought desktop, but ran well enough.
For the entire duration, I was in heaven. Mechanical, high-explosive heaven with a lot of dying.
It has mecha! Giant robots that you can ride in!They can fly!
There are special items that make it even more exciting!
After about an hour, my internet connection broke, and I had to quit. I sighed, trying to keep from exploding. It was incredible! I couldn't believe it! But wait. It gets better.
As I was sitting there basking in the glory of this incredible game, there came a loud knock at the door. I slowly opened it while mopping the sweat from my face.
I... I can't find the words to describe the situation. A gigantic machine was standing there, just like the one in the game. I realized I was dreaming, and pinched myself. I was wrong. Nearly fainting, I took a weak step forward. My puny muscles could barely raise my arm to touch the surface of the thing. The texturing was amazing; it looked real. I rubbed my eyes and touched it again. It was
real! Suddenly Liam Neeson was standing next to me. I did a double-take, then saw Morgan Freeman standing on my other side. I did pass out that time. After what might have been an hour or a week the light returned to my eyes and I climbed to my feet. The world was being destroyed by other mecha, and needed me to save it. I climbed into the mech outside my door, saluted the two epic dudes standing on my porch, and stomped off into the sunset.
Has flying robots!
Has giant guns on the robots!
The visuals are incredible.
Did I mention that the robots can fly?
Would be perfect if it had a double rainbow!
Needs more famous actors
Needs better optimization for lower end machines
Needs a warning label to warn geeks like me about possible spontaneous combustion from AWESOME OVERLOAD
Overall rating: 17.3/10
Amazing! I would pay all the money
for it if it had a double rainbow and better optimization.