Post mecha. Anything goes.
Always start one of those when I'm feeling like shit. Wonder if it works like this for anyone else.
Sorry. Could swear there was a Gypsy there. Wrong one.
Implying the Statue of Liberty isnt a clockwork automaton powered by FREEDOM, JUSTICE, and french opium
You'll regret saying that.
oh god, my sides are de-orbiting toward Australia
That's an MS-06FZ aka the Zaku II Kai
Commencing content dump!
Mechs are like chocolate, you can't just hate them.
We've been over this. They didn't like to use the term because for a lot of people it conjured the image of slow, walking tanks that you typically get from Western sci-fi, think BattleTech. They didn't enjoy the thought of a slow and clumsy robot and aspired for something more agile and humanlike in movement, which really shows with the really nice looking mocapped movement.
It's a PR thing.
Neg, clanner scum. It's a mad cat and if you disagree I'll have you biting dirt in two minutes flat.
It's from the intro to the first game ya pleb. Play 'em!
Unfortunately they're only really good up to 3, after which Nazca Corp. disappeared off of the face of the planet. The few who know about where the team may have gone have said nothing in the years since.
Apparently Nazca was thinking about making a game with mechs alongside the more WWII-ish first Metal Slug, but nothing came of it.
Ah! My bad, sorry. Still, s'just in the first game's intro sequence.
is this not mecha enough?
I could see this actually being a real thing in the near future.
was it good? i like the designs
That and the fight with Ocelot, plus the tracking segment after Laughing Octopus made the game for me. I'm not sure I needed to be as a careful as I was at that part, but a feeling unease creeping around every corner and the joy of finding those PMCs before they found me was just too satisfying. I've never been so careful with my sneaking before. Took a long time, but it was great.
I wish I could find the guy who built this so I could buy it from him.