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- Customize your character as well as weaponry and pursue a wide variety of combat specialties from elite fighter to a general of an army.
- Massive First-Person Shooter action that for the first time ever allows for up to 256 real players online in a persistent game world.
- Advanced command structure that allows you to use your advanced skills and experience points to take charge of your PMC's forces, becoming a squad, platoon or even army commander.
- A robust and flexible leveling system awarding experience points for both mission-critical and non mission-critical actions on the battlefield.
- Three distinct Private Military Corporations (PMCs) to choose from, each with their own history, personality and style.
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In the near future, governments are supposedly at peace. A shadow war, fought by private military corporations, emerges. You are dropped into this unprecedented war - the first to have battles of 256 real players on a global battlefield. Prove yourself alongside your 8-man squad and become an elite fighter or earn the right to lead a squad, platoon or ultimately an entire army of players. Your calling a waits.
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That being said, a very huge scope for the game 128 vs 128 matches and tactical based play. Definitely worth the current price.
im not even that big of a fan of first person shooters. but this game stands above other first person shooters because it actually brings something new to the table. it has tons of players (obviously) and requires teamwork instead of doing your own thing focusing only on kills. i find the whole concept of the game really really cool.
just a message to all new players - dont be quick to give up on it. this game has a huge learning curve, by far more than any other FPS ive played. you need to level up and learn what you are doing before you get anywhere near decent. the first week of playing, having 1 kill and 20 deaths would not be out of the question, it actually happens a few times. a quick tip is to buy the medical kit from the supply depot and upgrade to reviving players in barracks under the medical tree. this is the quickest way to level up starting out and the medical kit continues to always be very important. another starting tip is to pick up dead peoples guns because they are likely loads better than the crappy guns you start out with. stick with the game and it will be worth it in the end.
The game features 3 factions, each with slightly unique guns, armor, and vehicles. The customization is above any other realistic FPS. You unlock new weapons, attachments, armor, and cosmetic accessories by leveling up, and must earn currency point through gameplay to purchase them. The controls are somewhat different from other FPS games, and you will have to play for awhile to get used to it, but it is not overly complicated. there are several different objective based game modes and a death match mode, all of them large scale. The smallest game mode is 64 players, but each faction is divided up into 8 man squads and a designated squad leader will set objectives for each individual squad to follow. You level up both with player level and leadership level. layer level is your basic XP based progression system and effects your unlocks and when all game modes are available. The leadership level raises when you are designated as a squad leader, platoon leader, or OIC. You will obtain leadership points based on what your leadership position was in the match, and whether your faction won or lost the match. You do not have to ever choose a leadership position and those who wish to be are randomly chosen, though being in a party seems to help your chances. With the exception of the Suppression(death match) game mode, there are objectives that must be completed in every game. As a faction continues to win more modes they will be awarded "contracts" or bonuses that effect any faction member playing in the respective game mode. All game modes have 3 different maps. In addition to primary objectives there are numerous secondary objectives. Bunkers can be destroyed and repaired, mortar and AAA cannons can be destroyed and repaired. Teamwork is not forced upon you but it is extremely beneficial. A squad leader can designate an objective and XP earned within proximity of said objective will be doubled. Leveling up not only offers unlocked but points which you use for your skill tree, increasing your players skills in whichever areas you choose to specialize in. The graphics are definitely not on par with what the PS3 has to offer but the game plays smoothly despite the large scale. I highly recommend MAG to anyone who plays FPS games.
First off, the graphics are absolutely horrible... disgusting even. I understand that with so many players in a game, they have to make some changes to the core game to allow that many players, but I mean... really? They're so bad, if I didn't know any better, I'd say they're nothing but HD PS2 graphics... absolutely unforgiving. Its not even if you're a graphics hound, you NEED atleast decent graphics for the game to work, with all the players and vehicles and objectives on the battlefield. Just ugh...
Now, the gameplay is atleast... solid. 256 players at the most for some game modes, battling it out across the whole map... Nothing amazing, but surely nothing too bad. With the addition of the Move support, this game has atleast some replay value to it. I don't know about you, but playing a shooter, especially one like this, is infinitely more rewarding when you're actually doing well, while playing using the Move. So there's that...
The game is multiplayer only however... which is a problem with the horribly limited amount of game types. How many? 4. And guess what? The best mode, has to be BOUGHT. So, sorry, 5. On top of the fact that you can only have 1 character slot for free, while there are 3 factions, one of which, Valor, is HORRIBLY overpowered and has too many players. You can have 2 more slots, but they have to be BOUGHT! What is with buying things that should already be in the game, especially when the game doesn't have much to start with? It's very frustrating!
The concept of the game is pretty intriguing, but horribly executed. I'm very nervous to see the results if they try this again... STAY AWAY!