MechWarrior 4: Vengeance (2000)

Video Game  -  December 2000 (USA)
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With the destruction of the Smoke Jaguar Clan and the abatement of the Clan threat to the Inner Sphere, veteran warrior and estranged noble Ian Dresari returns to his home world, Kentares ... See full summary »

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Charles Currier ...
Duncan Burke
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William Dresari
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Joanna Dresari
Doc Newmann ...
Jules Gonzales
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Ian Dresari
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Terra Risner
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Tarquin Cardona
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Damon Squire
William Vogt ...
Casey Nolan
Kristi Wat ...
Elise Rathburn
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With the destruction of the Smoke Jaguar Clan and the abatement of the Clan threat to the Inner Sphere, veteran warrior and estranged noble Ian Dresari returns to his home world, Kentares IV, the site of the bloodiest massacre in the history of the Inner Sphere, only to find that yet another massacre is occurring. His cousin, a puppet loyal to the conquering Lyran Alliance forces, has slain his family and tried to place the world under the rulership of House Steiner. Now Ian is in the lead of a rebel group intent on taking out the pro-Steiner forces on Kentares IV, by any means necessary. Written by Miriani

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The engine for this game was derived from the engine that was intended for Mechwarrior III, but it was not ready for the release of that game. Zipper Interactive developed a new engine for Mechwarrior III, and the original engine was heavily modified and used for Mechwarrior IV and expansions. See more »

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Roland: [third dropship hit, Roland is desperate] Mr. Dresari, *stop*! If you don't want the throne than what do you want?
Ian Dresari: My family back...
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Too cartoony for it's setting.
10 July 2005 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Most players I've met who played through the original games, found Mechwarrior IV too cartoony. Especially compared to the texturing on the 'Mechs in Mechwarrior III. The terrain, however, is far superior to any of it's predecessors. Right and vibrant, with wild life and dense forests, the eye candy is here alright.

The game is set after Operation Bulldog, during the Federated Commonwealth Civil War, which is the ending chapter in the Battletech storyline.

The player plays the last of the Dressari family, the ruling house of Kentares IV. Your family was butchered by Steiner loyalists, and you are out for revenge. Although you once were considered the 'black sheep' of the family, your choice of becoming a Mechwarrior comes in handy. A few loyal servants of your house side with you and aid you in your quests to dethrone your cousin, crush his army and reclaim your place as the rightful ruler.

That is, until your sister is found.

Here is where it gets interesting. During the final stages of the game you get the choice if you want to help your sister and put her on the throne, or get a cache of high tech weapons and claim it for yourself.

Whatever the outcome, the story continues in the expansion pack.


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