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Titanomachina

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rated 4.43 / 5 stars
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Music Video
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robots
deathmatch
titan
instrumental

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Uploaded
Jul 10, 2010 | 1:18 AM EDT
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Author Comments

Thanks for watching! I've been working on this project for years now, so it's nice to be finally finished with it :P

This music video is a story about a world ravaged by war and technology. The few remaining humans must gain access to a cave inhabited by an ancient war machine. The humans must break their sacred rule to never use old technology, and capture "Ultima Speranza", the Wandering Titan.

Hope you like it!

UPDATE (7/15/10): I'll be adding a "Extra Features" thing to the menu which will include the backstory for the world, the Titans, and the Humans featured in the video as requested...in a few days :)

Reviews


geosyncgeosync

Rated 5 / 5 stars

In Tears Right now

I had to write a review for this one.Wow..................simply WOW.Man I can't believe after Ninja robots this is the best battle I've ever seen.Hope you give us a sequel.



ChristovgrigoriChristovgrigori

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This was epic, fantastic, and downright awesome! Kudos to you for this masterful piece of work!



IronCOG117IronCOG117

Rated 5 / 5 stars

SWEEEEEEEEET!!!

Epic, man. EPIC!



gilaegilae

Rated 5 / 5 stars

AWESOOMMEEE

this flash is totally awesome and by the way are the bounty hunter car looking too much like the one from borderland and the titan's face looks like the bandits mask from borderlands. just asking. its stillll awesome though



PhobotechPhobotech

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Holy shit! :O

Hands down, this is the most impressively detailed and animated mech flash I've yet to see!

It could've used some burly, chunky sound effects to help spice it up; Crunches, grinding, whirr's, and metallic cable-whips and the likes...actually, really, ANY sound effects. Helicopters, stomping, car's hauling ass across the desert, etc, etc...

The music could've been chosen better too in my opinion...something more action-packed or heavier, and less like a jazzy hookah bar; I can understand the lumbering pace parallels with the giant, lumbering titans in this, but it shouldn't be calm and serene yoga soundtracks while a giant robot is BLOWING SHIT UP and obliterating a gigantic rock monster into kitty litter with it's cable fists. In the beginning? When it was still establishing the beast, and he was just moseying down the dune? That would've been a perfect fit. But the audio needs to keep up with what's going on visually...which, incidentally, the visuals were awesomely flawless.

Fived and Faved! Way to go in bumping up the standards for Robot Day's here on out at nose-bleed heights! :D


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