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Alien Defender Geo-Armor: Kishin Corps

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First Squad
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War is hell for all that are involved. Swordsmen battle tanks, tanks battle snipers, snipers battle swordsmen - and many casualties take place. In the midst of the gunfights and the violence, lovers embrace and people contemplate while the body and artillery count piles up; thus is the reality of war.

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Kishin Corps and First Squad have mainly one thing in common, both of them mess with WWII (for example they add some mechas here and there). If First Squad was too short for you, then you could check out Kishin Corps, on the other hand if you found KC lacking quality, then you should chcek FS.

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The Mecha are lumbering giants with designs that harken back to an older time. Character desigsn, and the fact it is a team that works together helps too. 

The character designs on the humans looks simple and fresh. The animation in both is fairly decent OAV 90's style. 

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Steam punk rivited mecanical robotic fighting fun.

The simplistic designs of the characters are only matched by the detailed designs of the mecha.

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Steam punk rivited mecanical robotic fighting fun.

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