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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.
5:11 run time.
So many reviews...
I hope you love it.
Anything but "to be continued" :(
anyway, awesome movie, loved the dynamic of the duo as opposed to the single hero.
That was amazing
I wish I could give more than 10/10, for your work and for ammount of awesome in this movie.
It was very well detailed and made. I only have a problem with ending being so short giving a feeling that the whole movie was small.
283 coment XD
Yes it was madness
But it seemed...rushed. Am I right in guessing the guys in the car are the 2 that were crushed by the building at the end of madness 5?
Still it was madness and it was good
Tip: Save to computer and run on medium for optimum frame rate.
I am...VERY confused...
Although the Madness Series won't make any sense until the series is over...
These two sudden characters who appear...
(who remind me allot of Stamper & Johny Utah)
These dynamic duo suddenly come to Hank's aid.
Mad Jesus is now dead after opening a rift in the outer realm
And Mad Evil is unleashing a creature who was apparently no match for the new healed Hank.
This series lacks structure...
But the story is captivating enough...
However...this episode in particular wasn't as "stylish" in violence as your previous flashes.
The Hook-Weapon is a nice touch...but his partner was hardly impressive.
I suppose it won't be until the next Madness Day until the whole thing makes sense.
(-1) Not what I was expecting and seemed to move along too slowly just to "resurrect" Hank. That could've gone allot faster. I felt that more emphasis should've gone to the other characters.
(-1) I even watched this again on a faster computer. And even though the animation was smoother and faster. The fight scenes is what makes the "Madness" series impressive. And this particular episode was just short a few notches of my satisfaction of blood lust.
But I can tell you worked VERY hard on this...so thanks for adding "continuation" to an already suspenseful story.
An indirect Sequel to "The Artist" shows the life of the salaryman
Cornelius & Toots are back, and a Haunted House Ride seems a little spookier than usual!
this one isn't funny
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