Deep inside a top-secret US Air Force research facility, a
revolution in cybernetics is taking shape. Using ordinary
domestic animals for their test subjects, scientists have
created a new class of cyborg - flesh-and-metal creatures
designed to rule the battlefields of tomorrow. The projects
crowning achievement is a trio of prototypes code-named WE3.
With their nervous systems enhanced and supplemented by cutting-edge
military hardware, WE3 are the ultimate smart weapons - programmable
yet autonomous, loyal yet utterly ruthless...
a touching and rather depressing tale about three innocent
animals that have been turned into cyborg killing machines.
Now that their testing is almost complete, they will soon
be dismantled. They manage to escape and set off into the
world alone. With memories of home, the canine prototype attempts
to make his way home,
the cat still has it's independence and seems to hate everything,
and the rabbit, as you can probably imagine, doesn't actually
do very much.
going to be a bit of a nit-picker here and ask why domestic
animals were used. Would it not have been more efficient to
have reared the test subjects from a very young age? And why
is it, when their owners had printed "missing" posters,
that they didn't bother to visit the rescue centres - where
I'm assuming the research facility picked up its test subjects.
If they didn't, and instead wandered the streets looking for
likely animals to use, then this makes even less sense.
enough of my anal ramblings. Ignore this rather large sticking
point and enjoy WE3 for its intelligent script and
fantastic art work.