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Relic Armor Legaciam

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The planet Libertia was once known as “the planet of death”, until humanity built three giant mirrors and created what seemed like an ideal land. It is on this planet that Professor Grace and his granddaughter Alcia live peacefully… until their home is attacked by Guild soldiers looking for the professor and for Legaciam – a special Armor that can resist extreme heat, allowing it to go to areas where humans would not survive normally. Alcia, who was at the time piloting Legaciam in order to help her grandfather with the testing, manages to get away… barely. But the Guild is determined to get Legaciam by any means necessary. Source: AnimeNewsNetwork.com

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This anime dates all the way back to 1987. As a friend puts it, the Robotech days. Watching this anime reminded me of something, classic animes tends to have higher pitched female voices compared to current taste in vocals. Cause during the course of the anime, everytime a trouble presented itself, Alcia would scream and every scream she made actually hurt my ears. Shriek is actually a more appropriate word.
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It was surprisingly enjoyable, the animation was pleasing to the eyes and the effects was actually stunning, especially during the robot (going with the flow) battle scenes with the explosions and sonic weapons that uses flash effects of red and blue respectively.
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The story however, badly needed both a prequel and a sequel episode to properly explain what in the world is going on. In fact, the anime ended with something along the lines of “And so our heroes, started their journey to save the world”. When viewers won’t even be informed why is the world in trouble in the first place.
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Relic Armor Legaciam
Rating: 3-Stars
Torrents: Shinnew

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