Madness Aggregation

rated 4.44 / 5 stars
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Mar 15, 2009 | 7:59 PM EDT
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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.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

it wasnt my favorite

it was kinda slow for me. even when i went to low quality it just wasnt as fast paced as the rest.Hank is some freaky fish guy now?(lol) but yea, wasnt the best.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


Not the best in the series, but still very good. I like it how your past few animations you have been able to retain the feel of the original Madness movies without making the same type of movie over and over (i.e. new types of enemies, and more scenes than just walking through and killing everything room by room.)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Where's 'da clown!?


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Wow, this was a amazing movie. Its just hard to believe you went from Madness Redeemer ( The first to start Hank's quest) to this, a dark errie movie. I love the plot and how it is pretty much explained through violence and little text. The characters are always made well zombies, Jebus, Tricky, Hank, the huge guys. There all amazing. I loved it when Hank came back as that weird freakish thing. I can't believe no more Jebus or Tricky. It is still a well made series and the way Hank developed from a bland boring madness guy to a ripped up, stitched up killer. Lastly, the kills are awesome. I just love watching one guy get his throat slit and then taking the knife out and throwing it at another guy. Its brutal, its awesome, and well developed. Great job


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

And so the Calvary has arrived...

I find it impressive how you manage to easily create new characters to replace the old ones, with Hank's "friends" replacing "The Savior" and "The Clown." A shame the Hank clone died though. However, moreover, I would be highly interested in seeing actual backstory of what caused Hank to spiral into Madness, as well as what caused the "Random generic evil organization" to want to put him into a type of unending series of deaths. After you finish the main series, of course. Keep up the good work, I'm anxiously awaiting #10.

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