What RPG Names A Character “John Gorilla”? Metal Max 4 Does.

By Eugene . October 10, 2013 . 1:02pm


Look guys, enough’s enough. How much more madness do you want to fit into one game?


Metal Max 4: Moonlight Diva’s latest video reveal leading up to its release November 11th takes us through several of the game’s huntable wanted monsters, and they’re as varied as they come. Sure, we’ve seen that rocket-equipped triceratops (Apparently called Egon). And yeah, we’ve seen how we can fling tomatoes at the bad guys. But we haven’t seen this.



There’s a mutant crocodile, who keeps on fighting even after its head is cut off. There’s John Gorilla, a golden robot monkey with a mean spiked fist and a head that can rotate 360 degrees while firing off lasers. And there’s the massive, Man-eating… tree! Baobabuga the tree, and his good friends cloud-beast Cloud-Con and more.


Successfully hunting these beasts down nets you the chance at rare items and a large cash payout—not to mention the even larger bounty for these funky monkeys.

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  • Shady Shariest

    …Is it me, or does that look remotely like something Dr. Robotnik would build?

  • Tatsuya1221

    Honestly, i thought that was robo from chrono trigger at first.

    Hopefully this gets released in the west, we already missed out on metal max 3 ;_;.

    • GH56734

      We already missed the whole saga since its NES debut, except for a PS2 title. It’s a series on par in that regard with the likes of Tengai Makyou, Sakura Taisen and Ganbare Goemon…
      You should learn Japanese … since the golden JPRGs days in the west seem to be over now.

      • Tatsuya1221

        due to vision problems, that’s a little bit of a problem.

        At least in the case of the first game, we there’s a fan translation of it, but yeah i’m fully aware of how many games don’t come to the west.

  • Warboss Aohd

    dis needz to be brought ova here.

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