• Daemon X Machina Review | CGMagazine

    5 days ago - By N4G

    Daemon X Machina is a great mech action game thats comparable in quality to the best entries in the franchise its heavily inspired by
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  • Daemon X Machina review - a clanking Armored Core successor with moments of magic - EG

    5 days ago - By N4G

    From Eurogamer: "That's down, in part, to its heritage, and its leanings; this is at heart a spiritual successor to FromSoft's beloved Armored Core series that's been missing in action for so long, with series producer Kenichiro Tsukuda onboard. Indeed, it comes so close to that formula that it feels like a direct follow-up to 2008's Armored Core: For Answer, injected with some lysergic colour to help give it an identity of its own."
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  • Daemon X Machina review for Nintendo Switch | A full payload - Nintendo Enthusiast

    5 days ago - By N4G

    Daemon X Machina is a brilliant new IP featuring fluid, high-octane combat and vivid environments, though it suffers from a few minor hiccups.
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  • Review: Nintendos Daemon X Machina is an uneven mech shooter - VGC

    5 days ago - By N4G

    Daemon X Machina is an original take on the mech shooter that puts agility and style at the forefront and produces a number of exhilarating battles. But some uneven and uninspired mission design creates too much filler in between.
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  • Review: Daemon X Machina - Far from perfect but still fun to play - Gaming Boulevard

    5 days ago - By N4G

    Gaming Boulevard wrote a review of Daemon X Machina, explaining why it's far from perfect but yet still fun to play.
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  • Daemon X Machina Review

    5 days ago - By N4G

    TSA writes: What is it that makes robot games so cool? Obviously, the biggest reason is the robots themselves. No matter the genre or setting, a sharply designed bipedal weapons platform is the perfect centrepiece for a memorable interactive experience. Have a cheesy action game full of awkward comedy? Slap a cool robot in there and youve got a cult classic From Software game. Making a third-person shooter about an onslaught of aliens and the ravages of nature? Pop some mech suits in there and youve got an addictive Capcom shooter franchise. Creating a co-op action game set in a...
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  • Review: ‘Daemon X Machina' Has Big Robots, Small Fun on Nintendo Switch

    Review: ‘Daemon X Machina' Has Big Robots, Small Fun on Nintendo Switch

    5 days ago - By Geek

    Not that it's my job to schedule Nintendo's release calendar, but I'm far from the first person to notice that it feels like Daemon X Machina has been sent out to die. Is it really going to be Switch owners' first choice in a summer that gave us Super Mario Maker 2 , Fire Emblem: Three Houses , Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 , and, in one week, The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening? Heck, as far as niche Japanese anime action games go, it even has to compete with Astral Chain and its ambitious Platinum pedigree.
    Fairly or not, Daemon X Machina really needed to do something spectacular to stand...
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  • Daemon X Machina - Crazy Boss Battles Gameplay

    5 days ago - By GameSpot

    We take on two boss battles in Daemon X Machina, available on the Nintendo Switch on September 13th.
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  • Daemon X Machina Review

    5 days ago - By IGN

    To my mind, there is one indisputable fact about Daemon X Machina - it looks fantastic. The living manga designs, technicolour-skied maps, glorious cartoon explosions, and endlessly stylish animations are beautiful, made more impressive because they're contained on the relatively underpowered Switch. But they're draped like a costume over the body of a game that pays homage to the golden age of Japanese mech shooters, particularly early Armored Core (whose producer, Kenichiro Tsukuda, has moved to publisher Marvelous and helms this project). At its best, Daemon X Machina is an exercise in...
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