The A.D.A.M.s. Powerful warriors created by the humans in an effort to minimize human losses in wars. They were capable of forming powerful weapons or impenetrable armor with their limbs and they could not truly die. The perfect soldiers. But what happens after the battle? Desiring not to let the A.D.A.M.s go to waste, Virgil, Deucalion's head, created a series of battle towers to stage gladiatorial matches. But he had an ulterior motive. He knew that mankind was on the verge of extinction. The A.D.A.M.s would be mankind's successors. He constructed the battle towers in such a way that they would allow the androids to gain self-awareness. This is the story of one such android.
Gram. A captain of a team of soldiers who once served before the time of the A.D.A.M.s. Before leaving for the war, he promised his lover, Beatrice, that he would return. He kept his promise. But not in the way she expected. One day, while Beatrice was running the Program, a simulation designed to train A.I. made from dead soldiers for the A.D.A.M.s, one 'alive' prompt stood out. Usually, she would see multiple 'alive' prompts and a single 'asleep' prompt. But this time, she saw multiple 'asleep' prompts and a single 'alive' prompt. Shocked and confused by this turn of events, her brain came up with only one answer. She only knew one soldier who was this resilient.
It was Gram. He had come back. With this sudden revelation in mind, she set a goal for herself. She vowed that she would bring back the man she loved, one way or another. With the construction of one of the battle towers assigned to her, she had made it so that on every floor, a certain android would trigger Gram's memories. These were vital to the restoration of Gram's memories. Eventually, with all his memories restored, he faces Beatrice at the top of H.E.A.V.E.N. Or at least, what had become of her. She had become Deucalion and she asked him to return to the bottom level and continue his endless cycle of carnage. But Gram didn't want this. He wanted it all to end. He destroyed Deucalion. He was free. But as he stared out across the barren wastelands that had become of Earth, he realized he had no choice but to continue his endless battle against his brothers. Or did he?
After battling his way across the many levels of H.E.A.V.E.N. many times, he came across the location of a portal to another world.
"Finally," He thought. "I can end this cycle of carnage."
A crossover with what is possibly the most underrated game in the history of gaming and MLP. Seriously. Great gameplay, story and challenge. Great player reviews. Shit professional reviews. If you guys have a PSP, time and some money, I seriously recommend this game to you.
Rengoku II: Stairway to H.E.A.V.E.N./MLP crossover