Summary: wanzer mode is pretty cool, but i felt like when you are no in a wanzer than it kind of lacks a little extra punch. i like 3rd person shootrers alot, and i would recommend it. also, the sound of the weapons is amazing.
Summary: I bought this game thinking it was gonna be crap but i said meh i got $5 to spare. Now ive never played a mech game so maybe this game is crap to mech game veterans but to me this game is really great! Its a third person mech shooter AND a third person shooter! that really surprised me the story is forgettable and the graphics aint nothing to talk about *A lil bit better then PS2 graphics* and sadly no one plays online D: but considering the campaign is about 10 to 12...
Summary: I think this game is getting a bad rating in reviews. It's way better than people are saying. I'm a hardcore gamer. I'm a computer tech, while I'm trying to get my degree in video game design. Trust me when I say that this game is better than people are telling you. The graphics, sound quality, and the total experience is great. Every other Front Mission game was awesome; why shouldn't this one be the same. I think it's the best of all of them.
Summary: This is a third-person action game that involves you controlling a walking tank called a Wanzer. Your mission is to destroy the enemies. In between each mission you get to upgrade your Wanzer with whatever weapons you like. There is a strategy to this as you do not want to put too many weapons on you Wanzer as making it too heavy will make it move slowly. If you like your ranged weapons you can select missiles or rifles.
Summary: I say that this version of Front Mission, Evolved, is better than the previous titles as it is now more accessible to non-hardcore mech players. This time around the game is action-based rather than turn-based which I really don't care for. If you are choosing between the Xbox 360 version and the Playstation 3 version, I would recommend the Playstation 3 version purely because online play is free on the Playstation Network.