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Armored Core V Gets Release Date, Sweet Box Art

Posted on Monday, September 19 @ 16:04:10 PST by

Mmmmm, I'm a connoisseur of fine box art. If a game has reversible art, it'll always sport that side in my collection. Look at this lovely Armored Core V art! So stylish! Of course, that's the Japanese art. They're always stylish. Why can't Americans get good looking box art? WHY?!

Armored Core V, developed by From Software, will be released on January 26th in Japan. We'll be eagerly awaiting it's not so stylish cover art here in the States. You know... if Namco Bandai isn't stupid, they'll just ship it right over here with the art it's got in the Land of the Rising Sun.
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