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Actroid-F – A 100% Human Looking Robot

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Meet Actroid-F. This is by far one of the most human-like robots ever created, possessing a wide variety of facial movement capabilities that look natural.

“AIST opened the doors to their lab for a few days and showed off some of their robotics development with Actroid-F. The operator’s facial expressions and head movements are tracked and replicated by the robot.”

Pretty neat, huh? I know I thought so! Imagine what robots will be like in another one-hundred or so years. They’ll put this one to shame I’m sure. In fact, maybe life will go the way of the Terminator movies and robots will rebel against human society…Or not.



Front Mission: Evolved

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Review: Front Mission: Evolved

System: PC (also available on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3)

Release Date: September 28th, 2010 on all systems

Format: DVD, Steam Digital Download, Blu-ray

If you are a fan of Square’s venerable Front Mission series and were holding out hope for what is the first PC Front Mission title ever, then you’ll not want to read this review. Or maybe you might, to spare yourself the purchase and disappointment of the actual game.

Front Mission: Evolved is an attempt to bring the Front Mission series into the real-time shooter plane of existence which seems to be all the rage currently in game development. What they’ve done with the game technology itself is nothing especially praiseworthy or especially damning– it’s about average shooter material, with some destructible objects, sparkly particle effects, neat gun noises, and well represented big robots. Good stuff for any other shooter, but disappointing here, for reasons I’ll cover in a bit.

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