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Armored Warriors (1994)

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In 2281, Earth and the planet Raia ended a half a century lasting war. But a year after the ceasefire the Raian capital was captured by an unknown army. Earth has send an army to retake it under the pretext of protecting the citizens.

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Yoshiki Okamoto (as Kihaji Okamoto)
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In 2281, Earth and the planet Raia ended a half a century lasting war. But a year after the ceasefire the Raian capital was captured by an unknown army. Earth has send an army to retake it under the pretext of protecting the citizens.

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mecha | earth | speed | armor | mobility | See All (37) »

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Find out what 30 tons of hardened steel, enough weapons to level a city, and an attitude will get you. See more »

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Action | Sci-Fi

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Country:

Japan

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 September 1994 (Japan) See more »

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Armored Warriors See more »

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Capcom Company See more »
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Stereo (QSound)

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A generic name but a decent brawler

On the distant planet of Raia humans and Raians are waging war for whatever reason and it's up to a ragtag quartet of selectable heroes to defeat them in 7 levels of hardcore clobbering.

Armored Warriors (the most unimaginative title they could have fought of) differs from the usual beat-em-ups out there in that you play as humans wearing giant mech suits. The left-to-right level progression remains but this one is kept fresh by the ability to attach limbs broken off enemies to your own mech for multiple combos and a wide variety of attacks. It's fun and keeps it fresh.

The level design is a bit more lively too and features lots of smash-able objects. Bonus rounds featuring run-and-gun shooting also add to the fun. Overall, this is better than some of the older Capcom beat-em-up arcade games I have been playing recently and ought to be more popular.


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