Here is my review. Look down. They're all thumbs ups, They are for a reason. If you ever liked a mech platform shooter tittle in your life, you owe it to yourself to pick up this tittle. For that matter if you've ever enjoyed any kind of platform shooter in your life, you're likely going to really enjoy this game and find a love for mechs.
As well, those of you just rolled out of the anime conventions like Otakon, and want to see an anime type story unfold, the more realistic types using decent psudo science, not screaming for five epesodes type, this is a platformer shooter with a very anime style background, and an unfolding story that you would expect from the likes.
Take a machine, avoid incoming fire, flutter the engines to masterfully not have to rely on the suspension alone for all the more grace as you get chop lifted and dropped into jungles, make your way down mountainous hills, and take up arms in another mechonizec war worthy of the kind of vibes you felt watching things like 08th Team, and endure the dangerious with your story granted comrades.
The only way this could be better, and I'm hoping someone really watches when I say this, is if someone took these suspension stomping, engine flaring, war environment changing like platformers and started giving them too us with co op play options.
Only Metal Warriors was ever two players that I can remember and it was vs. Whatever company starts delivering mech tittles like these and let people form their squads, maybe even community level editors or periodic epesodic levels and missions being dropped for people to play, it's going to be a company with some good sales.
Either way, mechs are back, and this is a great tittle to grab to celebrate it.
When it comes to gorilla warfare in mechs, and you got a chopper to drop you off where you need to start operations, you already have a good vibe for what you're in for.
No brush to tough, we dive at 5.
A 5, out of 5.