You resume your role as the unnamed Mechwarrior from Mechassault 1. The Wolf Dragoons continue their battle against the Word of Blake on multiple planets. Meanwhile, as you progress through... See full summary »

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Shelley Reynolds ...
Natalia (voice)
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David Scully ...
Nemesis / Assorted (voice)
Jeffrey Kafer ...
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Duane Molitor ...
Northwind Highlanders / Kuritans / Extra (voice)
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You resume your role as the unnamed Mechwarrior from Mechassault 1. The Wolf Dragoons continue their battle against the Word of Blake on multiple planets. Meanwhile, as you progress through the game, you discover these mysterious artifacts known as "Data Cores". While trying to uncover the meaning and origin of the Data Cores, you also seek to stop the Word of Blake from getting their hands on them too and even seek to kill their leader, "Nemesis".

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29 December 2004 (USA)  »

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Referenced in Troldspejlet: Episode #40.9 (2008) See more »

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Getting Away With Murder
Written by Jerry Horton
Performed by Papa Roach
Courtesy of Geffen Records
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This Rocks!
9 September 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

You are in a gigantic battlemech, and you kill people. What's to hate about that?

There's really not much more to this game. It's got an interesting plot, but you sorta need to have played the first one, or know a little bit about the universe. Otherwise, some of the background doesn't make sense...

One thing that's really nice is the BattleArmor...it's a nice touch, and the levels where you can use it are honestly really fun...(It adds a nice extra...) Ditto with the VTOL...strategy rocks!

Best part is the final battle. It's got an "epic" feel...Much more than the last game's...

The whole plot with Allera, however, is sorta...um...Silly. Endingi makes it more interesting, though....#3 will hopefully continue it.

For the Spoiler (Though it's not much of one...) Basically, she reveals she's evil, then reveals she's not evil, and at the end, she blows herself up...but didn't actually die...you see her shadow at the end...

So...basically...you have a new character pop-in, and due to the few cinemas, you don't "care" when she's evil...nor when she dies...she makes a more interesting bad guy then good guy.

In the end, it's just FUN! And what's to hate about that? Plot be darned...


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