Summary: I fell in love with Front Mission 3 & 4 so I tracked this down. It's a difficult game, but more in the layout than anything else. I think I was expecting something more along the lines of the newer games. I'd recommend to give it a try, it's just not for me.
Summary: Unfortunately thats about all I can say. I love the series but this version had poor delivery. Stale, horrible color pallet and even the animation looked rushed. However, It is still a Front Mission game... The gameplay is typical of a Tactics game and flows as such. I'd advise only fans of the FM series grab this one. With that said; I am still grinding away at it and haven't abandoned it yet.
Summary: I have played front mission for playstation 1 and for playstation 2 both of which I enjoyed this seems to focus more on the roleplaying part of the title than any of the other aspects of the game that I enjoyed from preavious versions than I would like
Summary: Fun because we never REALLY got this back in the day in the USA. If you had an emulator on your computer for SNES, you could have found it. Fun, for sure, but definitely long and takes a lot of patience to get through. Lots of customization and trial-and-error battles (Not all of the times, but enough of the time to be a bit frustrating). If you're looking for an RPG remake, go with Chrono Trigger.
Summary: If I understand, this is the first FM made, and released in Japan only, translated to the DS. Biggest issue with it was the fact that there was no need to specialize in anything other than missiles. There was no call for wading in and bashing mechs or shooting with anything other than rocket launchers. FM3 for the PSX was great and seemed to be a big improvement over this one. I will play both FM3 and FM4 again to remember why I liked these so much.