Control 100 ton 'Mechs while leading up to eight hired guns into the heat of battle in the quest for the all-mighty C-Bill in MechWarrior 4: Mercenaries, the latest standalone installment ... See full summary »

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Lancemate Goof / Additional Voices (voice)
Michael Duignan
Jessica Kirby
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Control 100 ton 'Mechs while leading up to eight hired guns into the heat of battle in the quest for the all-mighty C-Bill in MechWarrior 4: Mercenaries, the latest standalone installment of the critically acclaimed MechWarrior action-simulator franchise. And this time around, honor doesn't even enter into the equation - it's all about the money. Get your fledgling mercenary company sponsored by some of most notable and notorious mercenary groups in BattleTech history and battle your way through the Inner Sphere in more than 40 new missions as you doggedly pursue more lucrative C-Bill payoffs. With more than 35 'Mechs, new weapons, and new electronic packages available for purchase, chances are you'll need every C-Bill you earn. In MechWarrior 4: Mercenaries, being a hero doesn't pay, being a mercenary does - very well. Written by Anonymous

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Solaris VII Commentator Duncan Fisher: Whoa! That kid was on fire down there. Of course, now he's literally on fire.
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Really good, but really short too.
10 October 2003 | by See all my reviews

When I bought this game, I was expecting it to be an add-on for MW4: Vengeance, but it's really its own game. For $19.99, not bad!

The gameplay is identical to Mechwarrior 4: Vengeance, aside from the addition of a market system, and the ability to assign 4 additional lancemates. The missions are each pretty unique, I never found myself playing the same type of mission over again in a different place. The arena missions are really fun, they're pretty much a battle royale of up to 16 Mechs in an arena-style environment. The AI is well-done, you will find yourself having to out-shoot and out-maneuver your enemies, sometimes while facing multiple enemy Mechs. There are 10 new Mechs and several new weapons to be found as well. My new favorite weapon being the Rotary Autocannon, a completely auto-firing cannon, which must be used carefully and in controlled bursts, or jamming will occur. At times, the free market will be short on certain types of weapons, which will have the user improvising and conserving. I found the game suprisingly short, it only took me about 9 hours to finish. But playing under a different faction, I am hoping to see more of the game. Plus, there is still multiplayer to try out! If you are a fan of the series, I recommend this game whole heartedly.

8/10.


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