Front Mission Evolved - Playstation 3

3.6 out of 5 stars 41 customer reviews
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  • Fast-paced action awaits as players battle enemies in concrete mazes of cities, frozen wastes of the Antarctic and a host of unique locations. Master speed, firepower and adaptability of the multi-purpose wanzer in order to ensure survival and success
  • Players can choose from dozens of weapons, shoulder attachments, and wanzer parts to build a war machine that suits their play style
  • Weapons range from standard-issue machine guns to high-powered rifles and heavy hitters like shoulder-mounted rocket launchers can also be fitted to cause widespread destruction
  • Specialized wanzer leg parts are also available, granting the player optimal mobility on any type of terrain
  • When done trashing enemies in-game, a whole new world of online play awaits where players can go it alone or in teams, testing their skills in battle against other players with their own, highly customized wanzers

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Platform: PlayStation 3

In the future, the world is a changed place. Technology has advanced. Countries have merged into massive geopolitical blocks. But one thing, sadly, remains the same: Humanity¿s appetite for war. When a terrorist attack destroys one of the USN¿s prized orbital elevators, the military is mobilized to eliminate the threat. Dylan Ramsey, a young engineer, finds himself quickly caught in a swirl of destruction, conspiracies and crumbling alliances. Experience his story in this high-octane third-person shooter. Choose from dozens of weapons and wanzer parts to customize your unit, and blast your way to victory. When you think you¿re ready for a new challenge, join the ranks of online pilots for intense multiplayer battles!

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Platform:PlayStation 3
Release date September 28, 2010
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3.6 out of 5 stars 41 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
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Product Dimensions 5.3 x 0.6 x 6.7 inches
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By Thomas Race on October 3, 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
I am personally an avid FM fan and had this pre-oredered for the Xbox 360 for quite a while, and as of this review I have completed the game on Normal and Hard, and I am a Staff Sergeant 2 in Multiplayer.

Story/Characters/Cutscenes 2/5

The story (about 10 hours in length), though cliched, is truly weakened by how forced it feels--a little more exposition and well-placed dialogue explaining some of the under-lying themes/plot holes would have improved the otherwise average story I felt like I was watching a new addition to the Gundam series with no fight choreography. However, since Motomu Toriyama, the lead writer for Final Fantasy XIII wrote the story, it should come to no surprise that it has all the same issues as FFXIII's story; that being a lack of exposition manifested in unspoken themes and massive plot-holes. Additionally, The Character development was predictable, but the voice-acting, produced by Hydrogen Whiskey Studios, wasn't too bad. However, the dialogue provided to record was terrible--thank you Toriyama. The Cutscenes, also outsourced to Hydrogen Whiskey Studios, were quite good and went a long way to enjoying the otherwise below-average story.

Gameplay 4/5

Gameplay mechanics are tight, (Double-Helix did a great job) and the additional modes: On foot infiltration and Gunship Defense are well thought out and fairly fun (except on hard in which case they're a nuisance). I was very pleased to find no bugs in either of my two playthroughs, and quite frankly, a little shocked. It was quite refreshing as it has been too long since I have been able to say that. The gameplay, though not anything revolutionary, is the highlight of the game and makes the game worth buying for Hardcore FM fans and Hardcore Mech fans alike.
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All in all for the next to nothing price I paid for this game it is still one of my best game buys. Best of all this game gives out PS3 trophies for most of the game which is pretty easy.

I have played so many PS3 FPS and other shooter type video games they are almost a blurr in my memory then came Front Mission Evolved. I absolutely LOVE Front Mission Evolved because; for the first time ever I am playing a video game where the Easy mode is just that Easy. In Front Mission Evolved the easy mode is just hard enough to make you work for all the achievements \ trophies but not so mind numbingly hard that there is no hope of winning. The graphics are pretty good all things considered. Yes the explosions aren't photo-realistic but who cares. The voice acting is acceptable but not great. The repeated lines during battle get old quick but these are minor little things unless you care about such things.

First last and always Front Mission Evolved is actually fun to play. I died a couple of times playing the game but more from my own weakness as a gamer than any fault of the game. I enjoyed Front Mission Evolved so much that when I got home from work I put it in the PS3 system thinking I'd play it for an hour. I enjoyed myself so much I ended up playing it 6 hours solid. It was close to midnight when I put the controller down. The mech controls were perfect once I mastered them. I enjoyed building out my own mech rather than taking the ready made mechs the game supplies. When building my own Mech from the parts list I could equip the weapons and skills that best meshed with my playing style.
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
A lot of people seem to be utterly confused by this title. Some people are comparing it to the previous Front Mission games, which are turn-based strategy titles and very good (if an acquired taste) in their own right. Others seem to be utterly disappointed that it isn't an RPG, or that it doesn't feature spectacular graphics or perhaps hundreds of missions. These people seem to very much mistaken about what a good game, and especially what a good Mecha game, is.

Over the years, I think I've pretty much played it all. I've played RPGs, Tactical RPGs, Super-Robot Action games, and everything in-between. I've suffered through countless Armored Core games (the only good one in my opinion was the first one), suffered through the ridiculous wait for attacks in Front Mission 3, blasted countless foes in Zoe of Enders:The 2nd Runner, and struggled to figure out the controls of countless giant robot games. I am here to tell you, after years and dozens of disappointments, THIS is the game I have been waiting for.

Over the weekend I played a bunch of games that have been sitting on my shelf for months (years?) since I bought them, vowing to eliminate some of the garbage to simply once again. I got this game for literally less than five dollars in brand new condition. I expected absolutely nothing from it except maybe five minutes of entertainment before I traded it back in or donated it. I put it in and started it up...

The first thing I noticed was the quality of the intro, the voice-overs, and the animation. Very high quality. None of the annoying glimmery-redraw I've come to expect. No super-cheese SEGA-style voice-overs. This is on the same level an Zone of Enders:The 2nd Runner in terms of production values.
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