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Arrogancy: Chapter 3 (SV)

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Feb 28, 2002 | 9:21 PM EST
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First things first - I was recently laid off! If anyone knows of any open illustrator or graphic design, etc. positions, please let me know! Now, on with the description:

This is the "small version" of Arrogancy: Chapter 3. The full version is too large to place on this site - Tom said he'd do it manually later. However, I decided to upload this more "accessible" version for modem users.

This version is lacking lip syncing and voices. The full version is available on my site.

In the third episode, the story and animation evolves even more. It's around 5 minutes long. Uh...that's about all I can say.

Warning: For those of you that come here to strictly see random violence with an overabundance of blood, naked dress up pictures, and stickmen shoot em ups with backgrounds exported from Swift 3D - you won't find it here, so don't download this and then give me a zero because it wasn't what you wanted to see. This is the third part of a continuing series, so you may be lost if you don't view the other two first.

See if you can find spots for the following NG movies in this episode:

Xiao Xiao
Work It
Pico 2



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

ok...... wussy version?

Lol, good job no hick voice. Good thing you got rid of it or Arrogancy would be nic named George Bush.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Purty good.

I like the series so far.. But Bad voice acting. And there should be more database. Like the name of the lab and stuff. The animation is decent and the art is nice. I don't always like those high graphic games or animes.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Wow... this was not as bad as Episode 2

I actually prefer the show now WITHOUT v.o, because now we don't hear how bad the voice actors and recordings are.

The art is now very American Comics-like and therefore, not very interesting (or good). The animations are really questionable. It seems the characters pose before and after every single step, but they also seem to lack posture. I know they came from a cover government branch agency and were taught to become very leathal, but do not seem like soldiers.
The direction reminds me of Guy Ritchie films, which are decent but annoying after the first twenty minutes.

Overall, I will continue to view this seires because otherwise I cold not state my opinions. I am hoping for a twist or a good story and I don't like keeping my hopes up.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good job!

Noticed the improve art style, glad to see things are shaping up!


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

ok, less pauses and more length to it next time!

it was TOO much like anime. the long pauses in between the speeches, the char sits theree for a few mins before he even does anything, and the crappy humor... overall, it was good. i liked it, just too much like anime. meh. great work, and great series.