MechCommander Gold PC

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  • Summary: Its new features can be easily taken for granted, while its new campaign feels familiar enough that MechCommander Gold ends up just as frustrating as the original.
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  1. Jan 12, 2016
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    A good RTS game where you control a few mechs and fight enemy mechs, turrets and small vehicles. Between missions you can repair enemy mechsA good RTS game where you control a few mechs and fight enemy mechs, turrets and small vehicles. Between missions you can repair enemy mechs and place various weapons into mechs' weapon slots. Each mission poses a limit on total weight of mechs and not the mechs quantity which allows for different tactics, depending on your taste. The weapons are pretty varied. Most missions are quite difficult to complete because there is no save during missions and you can't give orders in pause - expect to restart every mission a few times until you "get it right". When ordering to attack you can set attack range. As you progress thru the game you will start favoring long-range weapons like long range lasers or ERPPC (extended range particle projectile cannon) which unfortunately somewhat breaks the balance in the final missions. It plays very differently to most RTS games, so if you don't mind the low-res 2D graphics from late 90s you might want to grab it on GOG. Expand