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Madness Combat 9: Aggregation

I strongly urge you to go medium or low detail in order to get optimal frame rate.

10,269 frames.
5:11 run time.

So many reviews...

I hope you love it.

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PoloniumPolonium

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

okay

This is seriously starting to get convoluted. Things are going fuckin' crazy, moreso than before.

Well this one hasn't completely revolutionised Madness as we know it, but it's still a marvel of fbf animation and the combat feels 'neater' than before. You added some nice weapons too, that MAG died a little quick though but I guess it was just a vessel to display Hank's newfound powers. In fact my main beef with this one is that the ending suddenly boils up to one load of craziness with no prior warning or explanation so we're left with one hell of a scenario for Mini-Madness 10. However, Bioshock starts you with a whole bunch of fuckup with no prior story and you have to tear the whole game apart to get a real clear picture, and I still worship it at my mini-alter 3 times a day.


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DARKNESSPOWERDARKNESSPOWER

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Best of the best!

it IS the best of the best only too short for my taste...good music and the movie was great though



Flamin-JokerFlamin-Joker

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Uber Hank ftw

Holy shit demon arm hank kicks arse!... Although I assume the change will be temporary. Because as a wicked as Uber Hank is, I think regular Hank with guns is much better.



connor1234connor1234

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Man...

Just think! This was all started by his friend not wanting to share the stereo. Just awesome man, keep it up!



ruff1298ruff1298

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Worth It

The wait was worth it for this edition of Madness. The two new characters rocked though not as much as Hank, given the lack of creativity in their kills, but the sheer difficulty of the task was good enough for the two of them. Animation was once again quite fluid, detailed enough to let you see what's happening and so far keeps that good flow of frames your series is famous for. The story is interesting, as I see Sanford and Deimos (?) trying to restore reality, plus Hank's return was quite cool given his new mutant prowess and of course, his giant claw. The cliffhanger was disappointing both for the fact that we have to wait for Madness 10 and it wasn't really all that dramatic or shock factor, but you're the animator, not me. Finally, excellent choice of music, as I'm style rocking my head to that techno post-apocalyptic appropriate beat.


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