Summary: Here is the sell: A little bit into the game you can equip up to 4 weapons at once on your mech. These are fired using the top 4 shoulder buttons. Machine guns overheat, shotguns need to be fired manually, rockets need to be aimed, missiles need charge time before fired. There are also shield and close combat weapons. It can be quite the coordination challenge to manage all your weapons, keep fire on target AND drive your mech to dodge incoming fire.
Summary: i wrote a summery about this game a year or two ago. if you like mech games then play this. if you are a true fan of front mission games and love the story and game play and customization, do not play this. it is s***.
Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. It's not simulation enough to be an Armored Core or MechWarrior game and it's not third person shooter enough to be like one of the Cybertron series Transformers games. Sufficed to say, there are better places to get your mech action. It's not completely terrible, just very bland and unpolished. I can't deny that I had fun but I was never terribly excited.
Summary: It isn't the most advanced Mech type game, but the game play and customization of the suits is pretty extensive. The voice acting and plot are somewhat lacking, so if you're looking for a good story line, this isn't your game.
Summary: I loved FM 4 for the PS2. The overhead tactical squad strategy game is one of my favorite. This game is not like previous incarnations in the least. This game is designed more like Armored Core. You no longer control a squad from a strategic point of view. Instead, you are in control of piloting a single mech. I only played this game for about fifteen minutes. The story doesn't grab me from the start.
Summary: The graphic and the animation do the job, but the very poor TPS levels, the lousy customisation and the cheap bosses will make you cry blood. If you want everything Front Mission, buy it, but don't bother opening the blister.
Summary: It's shame this game switch to action genre. I really miss the old srpg nature of this game. I still love the mecha design, though. I hope they will bring back this game to its original genre, otherwise it'll compete with Armored Core series
Summary: A good action game is only possible in a war-torn world & things start to heat up when such game is adorned with futuristic technology. This game will no doubt keep your adrenaline pumping & you'll crave for more before you complete a level.