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>This is "Red Ash", a new "legendary" project conceptualized by Keiji Inafune and Studio 4C.
>As you've probably noticed, there's quite a bit of Mega Man Legends in here. We've got characters greatly influenced by Roll, Teisel and Tron (even the Bonne-esque emblem on the pink girl at 0:33), with a Hideki Ishikawa's art style to top it all off.
>It doesn't stop there. The concept art has a lot of Legends flair and the music sounds very, very familiar. Has Inafune nabbed a certain composer? Hm...
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What if the BETA invaded our Earth? No ESPers, advanced space & robotic tech in the 50s, no anime logic, etc.
When do you think we would have discovered the BETA? When Apollo 11 lands on the Moon, sometime earlier or when they land?
For the sake of this thread, the BETA attempt to make their first two unit landings at the same locations and dates (Kashgar, China on April 19th, 1973 and Athabasca, Saskatchewan, Canada on July 6th, 1974).
How do you think Earth would fare? How would our tactics and military equipment would develop? I'm asking this in particular since the muv luv devs decided to have all non-TSF/alternative equipment be exactly the same as IRL military equipment out of laziness or some other reason.
Americans Challenge Japanese to Robot Duel
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>Get set for a live-action version of Transformers, as the company behind giant Japanese robot Kuratas has accepted a duel challenge from upstart US challenger MegaBot. However, it'll only fight on one condition: Combat must be hand-to-hand with no guns. Kuratas has been around for three years and even went on sale for $1.35 million at one point. Since MegaBot was only just completed, the Japanese company was taken aback by the offer to fight. Still, it couldn't resist needling its new rival. "My reaction? Come on guys, make it cooler. Just building something huge and sticking guns on it is... super American," said CEO Kogoro Kurata.