||Mechwarrior 4: Vengeance
||(Win95/98/Me/2000/XP) (Retail) (MECHWAR4PR)
Reclaim Your Bloodright
The year is 3063. The Clan invasion has ended. You return to
your homeworld a hero, only to face chaos. Your family has been murdered, your
throne seized and now your planet is in the throes of civil war. It is time to
reclaim what's yours. A 40-foot high, 80 ton, 90 mph BattleMech is your weapon.
Assemble your lancemates, set your battle plan, and command your MechWarriors
in a relentless campaign of retaliation. You will know vengeance. Your enemies
will know terror.
You are in
Command: You choose the 'Mechs, the weapons and the uniquely skilled
lancemates to pilot them.
Interactive Environments: 7 immense, futuristic environments -
swamps, cityscapes, forests - each populated with thousands of full 3D
Intense Firepower: 21 light, medium, heavy, and assault
BattleMechs. Including 7 never before seen in the BattleMech universe - plus
over 50 devastating weapons to choose from.
Exciting Multiplayer Action: Fierce team and individual based
multi-play for up to 16 MechWarriors. King of the Hill, Capture the Flag,
Destruction and much more.
Epic Scope: You are in the center of a 25 mission campaign
where your every decision effects the fate of you, your lance-mates, and the
destiny of a planet.
Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP: Pentium 300 II MHz, 64 MB
RAM, 650 MB of available hard disk space (125 MB of hard disk space for swap
file), 8x CD-ROM drive, DirectX 7.0a, DirectX compatible sound card, DirectX
7.0a or later compatible 8MB VRAM PCI or AGP video card that supports
Eurogamer by Ben Carter
"Once into a mission the game
plays like a cross between a tank simulator and a first person shooter. Unlike
more action-oriented mecha titles such as 'Shogo' or 'Virtua! On',
Mechwarrior's mechs are cumbersome beasts...As a result combat is largely
decided by your choice of weapons and basic tactics, rather than reactions or
"The in-game graphics are pretty good - the animation on the
mechs is simply superb, and there are lots of neat touches like the dust and
snow kicked up by their feet..."
"Overall then Mechwarrior 4 is the best Mechwarrior game to
date, although it still has some small flaws..."
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