Summary: The game is enjoyable, but the music loop that plays and plays and plays and plays and plays, My God, it still stuck in my head and I haven't had the game on in months. It sounds like an old russian choir singing 6 notes over and over and over and over and over - Really SEGA?
Summary: I am a Mech fan so when i saw this game i was like yes more Mech.....Ok when I say mech ,I meant the anime kind where I can boost here and there or just boost period. This is a mech sim and the mech moves sooooooooooo slow ..
Thoroughly trained in English but all I can say is "Eh..."
J.S. Knapp "ViperMan", Amazon
6 May 2008
Summary: I have been piloting 100-ton "Mechs" in fictitious environments for over a decade. I began playing Battletech on a ~50 Mhz Pentium in a "lush" 16-color setting. Since then I have customized and outfitted hundreds of mechs within every title of the "Mechwarrior" mech-combat series.
Conclusion: The learning curve for this game is far too steep its quite a good idea but going anywhere in a mech takes too long its not very action orientated. Very tactical aswell (well in a rock, paper, scissors way ) a good attempt by Sega but if your looking for the next Armoured Core continue waiting.
Summary: This is an extremely well rendered game graphics wise. Playability and customization of the machines is very well done. I would have liked to see some better offline portions to the game. If you like games that are basically only online playable, than I highly recommend this game.
Summary: Chromehounds is fine if you really like the mech genre. I'm finding out that I may not really like the mech genre, and this game is helping me solidify that. I've also played Mech Warrior, and I am getting basically the same thing with Chromehounds.