Madness Combat 7.5

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The continued story of what Sanford and Deimos were up to... I hope you like it.


that is awsome!!!

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almost epic since u cant do it in madness game Madness Project Nexus

I get it!

It took me a while of watching and rewatching but I get what you were going for with this and I like it!

MC10 was an amazing show of magic powers and that stuff, but it was a different flavor from 'original recipe' Madness, which is very good on its own merits. I saw this as a simple return to the quick-witted gunplay that might have been taken for granted as more magic got poured into the story. This was a well-worked no BS movie about dudes shooting each other in a nifty manner and it works extremely well at that. The teamwork of Sanford and Deimos was great and I liked the enemies' realistic reactions to them with the setting being a party at an upgrade facility.

The micro text is still amazing. I love how the detail was so fine that you put a title on the CD in the stereo! Can't read just what it says though. There was just enough story going on to satisfy the people who still enjoy the overarching story.

I also finally get the ATP. They're androids! Or cyborgs at least. Why mustard blood? It's not blood, it's robot shit!

All that said, I didn't quite like how this movie didn't start off directly from the end of the last one as all of the previous Madness episodes since Depredation. The cut in time is a little uncomfortable and I hope what caused it gets conclusively answered, especially since there is another timeline running as the .5 series progresses. Also, being the nitpicker I am, I want to see the origin of the rest of their wardrobe, as you were already explaining most of it already.

Keep up the excellent work! You fans love you!

Mindless violence. Guns. Madness.

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4.48 / 5.00

Nov 25, 2011
7:22 PM EST
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