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Following a global war and climate change, 35% of Earth's land mass has sunk into the ocean. In this difficult time, countries rely not on armies but on private military corporations to provide security against constant terrorist attacks. One such company is Arqon Global Security, whose staff of mercenaries is tasked with protecting Daiva City on a pay-per-mission basis. Armed with motorcycles that transforms into weapon-wielding mecha, these "blademen" are none too popular with the people they protect - but they always get the job done!
People in powered armor that blow up crazy robots for money is the initial similarity between Viper's Creed and Bubblegun Crisis Tokyo 2040, But the similarities lie beyond that, with similar characters (or at least characters with similar motivations), as well as the backround conspiracy plot that runs through both of them.
Whatever the reason, while watching Viper's Creed I was reminded of Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040. If you enjoyed one of these shows, I am sure you will find some entertainment with the other.
In the near future, demons with the ability to fuse with machinery and infest corpses have begun terrorizing mankind. Dubbed 'Amalgams', no one knows how they are created, or where their abilities originate from. As the random outbreaks continue, the general population begins to panic, demanding protection from these vicious beasts; enter XAT, a military unit created solely to counter the Amalgam threat. Despite being a highly skilled unit, however, they find themselves hard pressed to contain the threat, let alone subdue it. To compound matters further, a new type of Amalgam surfaces that proves even more devious than the rest - one made from the human, not machine. Yet all is not lost, two of these new Amalgams - the feisty Gerd and the mysterious Blue - actively oppose the others. With the odds stacked against them, will they be able to protect mankind while simultaneously being shunned by it?
Both Bubblegum and Blassreiter start out the same: rogue biological machines in a stacked city environment. From there, they veer into similar directions, enter environments completely different from where they began, and address themes you didn't necessarily expect them to address. While Bubblegum brings a cast of strong characters, Blassreiter takes you on a visually stunning CGI ride. Watch them together, and it'll fill in the gaps.