Madness Aggregation

rated 4.45 / 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 5 / 5 stars


More Madness cant wait nice work on everything


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Yes ive been waiting for this for so long! Awsome as always Krinkels! Keep up the good work.

oh and there are a few mistakes some major ones make sure you always check to make sure the auditer has the red Halo over his head.

Besides the minor detail this was another awsome video. Lol the arm thing took me by major suprise. =P


Rated 5 / 5 stars

AWESOME! But there was another mistake

I found another mistake!
Besides the ones Madnessdude67 mentioned, I can't seem to find anyone else who noticed this one.

When the auditor went into the room with the MAG V3 and revived it, his halo wasn't there.

Other than that though it was amazing! The first time through I disliked the scorpion-tail-arm but I think it's growing on me.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good Job! But there were some mistakes.

A movie as epic as this should not be disrespected, but Krinkels, even you make mistakes. I can point out 3, a that was as many as I saw.

1: I saw that when Deimos got out of the truck to grab Hank, the 133t that he shot in the head 3 times wasn't there.

2: After Deimos pretended to be a 133t and got whacked by Sanford, in the part where Deimos puts the bloody knife in his right hand to grab Hank with his left, the knife disappears for a split second as soon as the knife touches his right hand.

3: In the Sanford and Auditor sword-fight scene, the Auditor has no feet.

That is all, but all in all, great movie.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


...what can I say? Regrattably, this series has gone down the same path as GTA, getting grittier and better-drawn. Madness was better in the days when it was just badly-drawn, wacky, pointless violence. When Hank's only goal was to kill the sheriff, when the only evidence of his maimed body from the last episode was a bandage round the head, not a flood-style tentacle-arm. The series has lost its former spirit, getting more complicated by the second (I've lost the plot completely. As far as I can tell, the general gist is that everyone's dead.). Don't get me wrong, it's a FANTASTIC animation, I would even go as far to say as that it's revolutionary - but it's not madness combat. It's not "thirty-two (if you count the zombies)", it's not Jesus firing a cannon at a random murderer with an Uzi, it's not Hank killing thirty-two men to listen to a song ALONE, it's not "Somewhere in Nevada" and it's definitely not that one guy dancing in the background. It's an incredible animation. But, to reiterate, it's not madness.