Xionic Madness 4 Part-2

rated 4.47 / 5 stars
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Sep 19, 2011 | 8:59 PM EDT
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Controls: Left and Right keys to navigate through chapters and Spacebar to pause the animation.

Yo! Glad to be seeing you guys again.

In a first note, sorry to everyone for posting this a few days prior to Madness Day, work has been hell-ish busy and I've grown paranoid with this project. (After all, the final version wasn't uploaded by me). So, I hope this isn't much of a problem!

Allright, introductions aside, here's Xionic Madness 4's part two, as promised, it was released in a short time after part one. Sadly, it's going to be a 3-parts conclusion, as many factors (such as time, size and flash's performance) made it impossible for me to finish it in two.

I want to thank everyone who supported with this project and helped me make it happen! Specially a friend who goes by the name Carlos, gracias wey!

Music track note: The song when the soldiers appear is called "Prepare for battle" by Xarnor, but I cannot include it in the list as it was deleted, he said it was ok if I credited him here, though.

Well, I think that's all. Thanks for reading and watching! I hope you enjoy the show!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

i not sure

i think the voice of this robot was the same voice of overseer


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Well this was.... lets just say if epic and amazing had a baby this would be the child

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I'm not sure what to expect in part 3...

But i do know that 10 tons of shit are about to hit a Fucking huge fan!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


epic mate hope part 3 will be out after new year or are u going to sleep intil then??


Rated 4 / 5 stars


Like always, the animation was spot-on. I love the way your series takes Madness and makes it your own, without destroying the original idea. This installment continued that tradition, and with serious style. It also continued the lovely extras menu. I love seeing the names of all the weapons and their stats just as much as I love the actual movie. Of course, that also forces me to take a point off for the below average menu design and a few other things. The menu forced you to spend more time than normal to browse through the Bios and Weapons, because of the little animations that accompany everything and giving each weapon a completely separate page(s). You could fix all this by making the animations optional and linking all the weapon pages, so viewers could simply click next until they finish, or choose a specific weapon/character. You lost another point for some bad English and word choice in the descriptions. The dialogue seemed forced, too. Xero acts like a kid who just learned all his curse words and decides to use them all at once, for no reason. Omega acts like some sort of sage and speaks in ominous tones all the time, and it really doesn't make sense.

Regardless, all the Xionic Madness movies are amazing, and this one was even better. Good job. Madness forever!