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^^ndstitle-1188^^ by jumpman17 at 3:46 AM (20,427 Views / 1 Likes) 52 Comments

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    BlueStar GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Inverted mimics real life in FPS games as far as I'm concerned. You tilt your head back to look up, you move your mouse back to look up. You tilt your head forward to look down, you move your mouse forward to look down.


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    TheVirus GBAtemp Fan

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    I think I'm going to vomit.
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    kitehimuro GBAtemp Regular

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    Already finished. It was fine and dandy, tho I never played Xbox Mechassault series, only Mechwarriors on PC back in the days.
    I didn't have problems with the controls, and if you think about it, a 30-100ton mech shouldn't aim as fast as Samus turns her head [IMG]
    Anyways, I would be VERY sad if I'd have bought this game, as the story mode was incredibly short and easy. Should've included WiFi or at least some Instant Action mode...
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    Lack of Instant Action mode is definitely a downer. I was trying to find it yesterday, but could not. I was wanting to try out the mech action without getting into the campaign.

    This is kinda sad as there will be no easy on the go instant mech action, only the campaign mode, or a friend for multiplayer if you're lucky.
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    Elrinth :Master beyond your imagination:

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    Mechwarrior 2, - Mercenaries, - Ghost Avalache best mechgame(s) ever!!! [IMG]

    how does this game do against those(that)?
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    How many missions? I can't get past Up In Flames :'(
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    And how you make it work with the M3? Can you post what you did to make it work?

    thanks

    DDR
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    Metalhead Newbie

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    Can I ask where you all download your roms from because the sites I use don't seem to have them yet. [IMG]
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    Harsky Madmin

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    We don't provide rom links.
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    m_babble Cat Whisperer

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    This game is awesome.
    Got it working on M3 in safe mode.
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    this is a decent game. blow stuff up lotta fun drivin those mechs! but it really needed WIFI connection to last.
    like kitehimuro said, the thing really does aim slowly, but a 100ton mech should

    working with supercardSD/superkey patch ON
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    Hitto MKDS Tournament Winner

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    I played about an hour of it, and it's pretty boring so far.
    I'm not really impressed by the graphics, but they're not ugly. The voice acting is really neat, and more DS games should have that. The music is forgettable. The gameplay is where it hurts. Getting used to the controls is not too hard, but in some thick situations it really sucks.
    There are many many many enemies, the downside is, there are very few variations. Shoot thing until it dies.
    Mini-games are an occasional "vacation" you can take during the real deal, that's why it's nice to have them in RPG's or so.
    In this game, you hack into machines and computers by playing really, really, really terrible mini-games you have to use your stylus with. Believe me, it won't work with your fingers as in castlevania, for example. You have to catch and drag some symbols that are falling across the screen pretty fast, to the location displayed on the top screen. It's really annoying, especially in a fucking shmup.

    Anyway, this isn't worth money to me. I'm not a die-hard fan of mech games, but this is really not going to get more gamers into that genre. "Rent" before you buy.
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    If you have to ask... you dont belong here... [IMG]

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