The Armored Core franchise is a anime/manga series that based on FromSoftware's popular video game, Armored Core.
Armored Core is anime/manga series that based on FromSoftware's popular video game series. This series revolves around mercenaries called Ravens, that they take missions from different corporations for the ultimate control. The Ravens pilot these mecha called "Armored Core" or "AC" for short, these AC can be customize from various parts from Head, Arms, Legs, Weapons and etc.
Both plot of the series are related to the same storyline of the video game but take place in the different time of the series.
No information about the plot of Armored Core: Tower City Blade. But it tells that it take place at the time in the video game of Armored Core: Nexus.
The plot is unknown, it didn't tell anything about the OVA of Armored Core: Fort Tower Song, but it involves the female protagonist named Sparrow. As for the time it take place, the OVA take place at the time in the video game of Armored Core: Last Raven.
No information about any characters in Tower City Blade.
Sparrow - The female protagonist of Fort Tower Song, no information about Sparrow.
The first series of the Armored Core anime series, Tower City Blade is a manga by Fujima Shobo. The manga was serialized in the Japanese magazine by Dragon Age Pure between March 14 to April 14, 2007. Tower City Blade only released one volume of the manga with five chapters in it.
The OVA/Anime series of Armored Core that was announced in 2007, but was cancel after View Works shut down.
Book version of Armored Core: Fort Tower Song OVA/Anime series that was in development with the OVA/Anime. The Book was released in 2007.
The Armored Core franchise is a video game series that was created by From Software back in 1997. The first game was released in Japan for PlayStation on July 10,1997, North America in October 31, 1997, and Europe in June 1, 1998. After the released of Armored Core, From Software started releasing more games for the PlayStation. The second game was released in the same year of Armored Core back in July 10, 1997 called Armored Core: Project Phantasma. The third and final game for the PlayStation was released in Japan on February 4, 1999 called Armored Core: Master of Arena. After the end of the PlayStation era, From Software started working on the Armored Core series for the PlayStation 2 era.