Summary: The map is very similar to Fire emblem or Advance wars and there is a ton of tactics involved. The mechs are the best looking ive ever seen i prefer the big chunky slow mechs compared to the many futuristic titles out there.
Summary: Story- This was a "what if they had mechs instead of tanks and plains in the cold war" scenario. Ok, it seems a tad silly and dumb. I don't see why they couldn't incorperate air combat into a mech scenario, retro or otherwise. So you take your slow moving mech out to fight other mechs.
Summary: The game came with original case with no damage. The manual was included and was in perfect condition. The manual did not have any tears, stains, or marks whatsoever. The condition of the disc was perfect without the slightest scratch.
Summary: This is an interesting SRPG where you control the units in combat (a bit like Sega's Valkyria Chronicals). The story is pretty forgettable, most of the characters are extremely cliche, and the combat is way too slow. That being said, I still really enjoyed the game.
Summary: This is a good solid turn-based strategy game. You can save the game between missions and you can save the game within each mission. However, for a game which is saved within a mission, it can only be load up once. In other words, you cannot reload multiple times.
Summary: Here's the plot, WWII happened totally diferently and lasted longer. Japan is the battleground and center of the world even though it is in ruins and split much like the Korean penninsula. Tanks are replaced by akward walking tanks that are totally unpractical and inferior to those used in WWII.
Summary: If there was a contest for ugliest PS2 game ever made, Ring of Red would probably take the cake. Visual prowess, however, is not everything. Ring of Red is probably the most challenging game I have ever set my sights upon. It's a turn-based stratgey in the vein of Front Mission 3 or Mechwarrior.