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Front Mission Evolved - Xbox 360

3.5 out of 5 stars 31 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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Product Description

Platform: Xbox 360

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!

Product Information

Platform:Xbox 360
Release date September 28, 2010
Customer Reviews
3.5 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #16,782 in videogames
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Product Dimensions 5.4 x 0.6 x 7.5 inches
Media: Video Game
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By Thomas Race on October 3, 2010
Platform for Display: Xbox 360 Verified Purchase
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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Platform for Display: Xbox 360
While Front Mission is normally a mech-based Strategy RPG series, "Front Mission Evolved" is closer to games like Armored Core or Mechwarrior than its predecessors. It tries to keep some of the themes intact, and does a pretty good job about the setting and designs, but also seems divorced as a game. As an individual game, it does a fairly decent job of being entertaining.

Front Mission Evolved is a mech combat game combining action-heavy gameplay with some customization features. Players pilot "wanzers" (short for "wanderpanzer", meaning "walking tank), which are similar to any number of human-shaped giant robots. These mechs can be equipped with different weapons, armor types, backpacks, and so on. Like in the older games, there is a balance of weight and power versus the amount of weapons and ammo carried. However, the core gameplay itself is much different than previous Front Mission games. While these were strategy role-playing games, Front Mission Evolved prefers to let the player pilot a mech themselves.

Each Wanzer has four weapon slots: The right hand is used to hold a gun (usually a machine gun or shotgun), the left hand is used for melee attacks, and the two shoulders are used to hold missile or rocket launchers. The backpack slot is by default used for a jetpack (which allows hovering) but can be replaced with repair gear, extra ammo, jamming equipment, and so on. The game's combat is good, but also sort of boring: you move the reticle over the target, you pull the trigger, you move on. There's not a lot you can do that differs from the basic model.

As far as combat goes, the only real things that stand out as being markedly different from other action games is the gliding mechanic and locational damage.
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Platform for Display: Xbox 360 Verified Purchase
This is basically a third person shooter so you are moving through campaigns with a running storyline and destroying everything you see. It reminded me a little of the Transformer games and the Mantis in Halo 4. My son is 13 and normally plays Halo, Transformers, Sonic, and RPG games but absolutely loves this game. Graphics, explosions, and sound effects are superb. Other reviewers have complained about the acting in the vids. While the video actors don't have the intensity and realism as say the Halo vids, that wasn't a problem for us. We just liked the great graphics, gameplay, and blasting other robots.
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Great mech game. It is not a mech warrior game which is more what I was looking for.
You can customize the limbs and body of your mech as well as several weapons. The game progresses
your mech forward in a way that works well. You never get too far behind the power curve. The
storyline is a bit lacking. The time spent outside of your mech is horrible. No mechanics there.

complexity 2/5
graphics 4/5
bots 4/5
gameplay 4/5
story 2/5
overall 4/5
age: 6+
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Let me start by saying I am a huge fan of the Front Mission series. That being said, I was disappointed in the style of gameplay in this release. I was looking forward to the turn based unit strategy but even though I knew this game had changed styles, I had to get it out of love for the franchise (And I don't regret it).

On that note,
-Graphics were very well done and believable, lots of facial expression, bullet damage, impact, etc. were displayed, although some more detailed than others.
-Sound was to par, the soundtrack went with the game very well and helped with immersion at some moments. I never found myself annoyed with the music or sound effects.
-The gameplay was fast paced, responsive, and challenging (on the hardest difficulty) which required some tactical planning before heading in guns blazing. You really need to pay attention to your armor when in combat, enemies will tear through your limbs but luckily the core regenerates, so keep cover close. However, on foot (yes there are foot-soldier missions) it is practically impossible to die, just try not to run out of ammo.
-Probably one of the best things of FM, in my opinion, are customization. Much like Armored Core, you get to build and customize your own Wanzer (Huge Combat Robot, everyone loves giant robots). Though the campaign puts some limitations on your choice of weapon and mobility for some missions to mainly prepare for what's going to happen in the next mission.
-Story and characters were believable, except the protagonist, ANNOYING beyond belief...and slightly comical. The story is relatively short and not too many plot twist or points of extreme interest but the development of the main character is short and sweet, and the rest of the main cast are attractive and likable.
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