History Videogame / FrontMission

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17th Nov '16 1:31:03 PM jake38
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* ''Front Mission 5: Scars of the War'' (2005, [=PS2=]) - Unlike ''3'' and ''4'', this was only in Japan.

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* ''Front Mission 5: Scars of the War'' (2005, [=PS2=]) - Unlike ''3'' and ''4'', this was only released in Japan.
2nd Nov '16 7:54:40 AM jake38
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* ''Front Mission: Online'' (2005, [=PS2=]/PC) - MMO spinoff that was discontinued in 2008.

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* ''Front Mission: Online'' (2005, [=PS2=]/PC) - MMO spinoff that was discontinued in ran from 2005 to 2008.
20th Oct '16 6:45:36 PM jake38
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*** BigBad '''and''' EvilGenius: [[spoiler: DR. MORGAN BENARD.]]

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*** BigBad '''and''' EvilGenius: [[spoiler: DR. MORGAN BENARD.Dr. Morgan Bernard.]]
19th Oct '16 4:58:49 AM jake38
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* ''Front Mission 5: Scars of the War'' (2005, [=PS2=]) - Unlike ''3'' and ''4'', this was [[NoExportForYou released only in Japan]].

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* ''Front Mission 5: Scars of the War'' (2005, [=PS2=]) - Unlike ''3'' and ''4'', this was [[NoExportForYou released only in Japan]].Japan.
9th Oct '16 11:07:25 AM jake38
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** ''5''. [[PunctuatedForEmphasis EVERYWHERE.IN.THE.FREAKING.GAME.]] It even involves references to real world events! [[note]]As an example, prior to the oil rig recapture mission, several pilots discuss Operation Eagle Claw, and the airdrop is conducted using the same thruster frames seen in ''3''[[/note]].

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** ''5''. [[PunctuatedForEmphasis EVERYWHERE.IN.THE.FREAKING.[[UpToEleven EVERYWHERE IN THE FREAKING GAME.]] It even involves references to real world events! [[note]]As an example, prior to the oil rig recapture mission, several pilots discuss Operation Eagle Claw, and the airdrop is conducted using the same thruster frames seen in ''3''[[/note]].



* PsychoForHire: The [[HiredGuns Apollo's Chariot]] in ''Evolved''. [[AxCrazy EVERY]]. [[BloodKnight LAST]]. [[CombatSadomasochist ONE]]. Of them.

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* PsychoForHire: The [[HiredGuns Apollo's Chariot]] in ''Evolved''. [[AxCrazy EVERY]]. EVERY]] [[BloodKnight LAST]]. LAST]] [[CombatSadomasochist ONE]]. Of them.ONE]] OF THEM.
9th Oct '16 11:06:04 AM jake38
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** {{Lampshaded}} [[RunningGag to death by]] [[http://lparchive.org/Front-Mission-3/ Smasher Dynamo's Let's Play]] [[RunningGag in both routes, many many times]].
6th Oct '16 7:07:58 AM jake38
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So, what sets it apart from other mecha series? For starters, the action comes as TurnBasedStrategy (largely unheard of in the mecha fandom, upon the game's first release in 1995, save for ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars''). The franchise is also known, for applying as much realism as possible, within the genre: Both EasyLogistics and CriticalExistenceFailure, are generally subverted; Wanzers are easily destroyed machines, that require extensive teamwork; And of course, as any {{fanboy}} of the series will tell you, the stories are heavily packed with {{Realpolitik}}.

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So, what sets it apart from other mecha series? For starters, the action comes as TurnBasedStrategy (largely unheard of in the mecha fandom, upon the game's first release in 1995, save for ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars''). The franchise is also known, for applying as much realism as possible, within the genre: Both EasyLogistics and CriticalExistenceFailure, are generally subverted; Wanzers are easily destroyed machines, that require extensive teamwork; And of course, as any {{fanboy}} fan of the series will tell you, the stories are heavily packed with {{Realpolitik}}.



** Released as ''Front Mission 2089: Border of Madness'' for the Nintendo DS in 2008.

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** Released Re-released as ''Front Mission 2089: Border of Madness'' for the Nintendo DS in 2008.
6th Oct '16 6:56:43 AM jake38
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** And let me remind you: Since it is an EscortMission, you lose if he dies... Thanks, Elmo.

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** And let me remind you: Also: Since it is an EscortMission, you lose if he dies... dies...[[SarcasmMode Thanks, Elmo.]]
6th Oct '16 6:42:55 AM jake38
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** Is it just me, or are there actually more DarkIsEvil examples than the other way round?



** In ''1st'''s OCU campaign, [[spoiler: Guri B. Olson pulls back and aims, threatenimg to have Keith Carabell [[WeHaveReserves "expended"]]. Where the wind-up ends and the kick begins is rather subjective.]]

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** In ''1st'''s OCU campaign, [[spoiler: Guri B. Olson pulls back and aims, threatenimg threatening to have Keith Carabell [[WeHaveReserves "expended"]]. Where the wind-up ends and the kick begins is rather subjective.]]
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