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Hi! My name is Min Bang. I would like to introduce you to the complete story and flash game for GunChest. GunChest is made of 18 episodes, each approximately 4 to 5 minutes.
We have introduced you to GunChest a couple of years ago. Now we have the complete story.
It may take a little time to pre-load. We ask you for your patience.
For more information, please visit our website at www.gun-chest.com.
I hope you enjoy it!

Thanks!

Synopsis
It's the year 2057. Boarder lines have disappeared between countries through trade wars. It is not a war between countries, but a war between major enterprises. An enterprise had the power to alter the decisions of a country. Such strange phenomenon has made the trade wars bitter. The fittest enterprises got together to come up with a new system that would cut off the rising forces of other enterprise.
They come up with a new alternative: An alternative trade system that will become a barrier to all future entries: A method to cut down the logistics costs to unimaginable amount; a transportation system that will cut across the Pacific Ocean; and an establishment of a gigantic city with mass production in mind. But, the historical project holds a major flaw.
For the project to succeed, it had to overcome the natural disasters of the Pacific Ocean. Although major scientists and architects opposed, enterprises pushed the project forward. The project, days away from completion, is met with great catastrophe. The natural disasters of the Pacific Ocean results in lost lives. The lives of scientists and workers are lost. More devastating was the fact that although lives were detected, no measure could be used to reach them and save them.
Major material and man power loss resulted as such and some giant companies file bankruptcy. Through this disaster, the prices of necessities and industrial products start to soar. The world is swirled in an era of inflation.
Meanwhile, Korea and Japan joint ventured in developing 'cell robots' that can make decisions by analyzing the variables sensed in its environment. These scientists have acquired the permission from International Human Rights Association to use these robots. These robots become the first independent decision making clone beings.
Furthermore, the newly built city is programmed to be run by these robots. A community populated solely by robots is built: the Mono-Community. But, there are forces that are against the great project. They are on the move to destroy the city.
They call themselves the "Bleeding Fists." To fight against these forces, it was inevitable to produce powerful police robots: the Gunchest series. A total of 45 Gunchests were produced, but, only one remains.

The last Gunchest, Gunchest Vol. 45 fights against the evil forces.

Reviews


Speedjunkie713Speedjunkie713

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 18, 2008

FREAKING AWESOME!!!

is the whole series on newgrounds yet?
this stuff is AWESOME!!!
though reading subs kinda dampened the experience i dont care that was awesome
i s'pose dubbing it would ruin it i guess
oh well a little reading never hurt :D



JimtopiaJimtopia

Rated 2 / 5 stars April 18, 2008

Due to the graphics, I couldn't vote lower than 4.

Okay so, let me just get this out of the way, the graphics. AMAZING. Awesome 3D work.

Okay, so now then, the story is in need of some serious improvement. The humor (what little there was) never really struck a cord with me. Just... everything about the writing is bad. I hate to say that, because I hate reviewers who just say things are bad, but man... you really need to work on the story.

I know it's the first episode, but I almost couldn't watch all the way through due to the cheesiness and genericness of the storyline. The newscaster (who I assume was supposed to be silly) just looked awkward, and made no sense. I'm fine with him being a robot or something, but he was like... a jack-in-the-box thing... yeah, that's just weird. I hope that in the future you make the newscaster not a weird yellow jack-in-the-box man. It's not funny, just dumb.

Now, I'm not docking this thing due to the voice acting quality at all. That part wasn't bad. I can't understand Japanese, so I appreciated the subtitles, but from what I heard. It was good.

I'm sure that with these you are going to get a huge fan-following, but I just can't really follow this.

Good luck in your future en devours.
-Jimtopia



francobalfrancobal

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars April 18, 2008

A promising project

Supberb and well-put together. This series will bring about some very nice results. The nine is because i think it was a little too short, but the graphics, plot and resources make up for it.



AceDoosyAceDoosy

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 18, 2008

Hard Work

I can see the hardwork and dedication that was put in to this peice of work.
I thouroly enjoyed it.



Jimbob-9119Jimbob-9119

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 18, 2008

Epic!

Love the graphics and animation.
The "how to tie a ribbon" bit was good.
Overall awesome. Hope to see more!