Battle Engine Aquila Xbox

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  1. DerrickE.
    Apr 28, 2003
    9
    Cool game man, IMMENSE BATTLES, and cool transform things, the vehicles in the game have an sort of encyclopedia, its fun to see. COOL GAME
  2. JugsterJam
    Feb 12, 2003
    9
    Nice graphics, nice cutscenes. The gameplay is similar to Gunmetal. The battles are big, feels like you are playing c & c generals in first person flight shooter. There are plenty of levels to staisfy. There are some racing level etc to unlock in goodies menu. The codes for god mode are there. Plenty of combat vehichles and soldiers take the fight in the battle. You feel that there was Nice graphics, nice cutscenes. The gameplay is similar to Gunmetal. The battles are big, feels like you are playing c & c generals in first person flight shooter. There are plenty of levels to staisfy. There are some racing level etc to unlock in goodies menu. The codes for god mode are there. Plenty of combat vehichles and soldiers take the fight in the battle. You feel that there was strong effort made by the development team. Expand
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76

Generally favorable reviews - based on 28 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 20 out of 28
  2. Negative: 0 out of 28
  1. The freeform nature of many missions means that they can be replayed over and over again in search of higher rankings without becoming dull. Fans of action games will love it immediately.
  2. A nice balance of action and strategy, as well as a remarkable technical achievement. [Feb/Mar 2003, p.78]
  3. What it lacks in substance, it makes up for in brilliance, and while we're averse to rewarding style over substance, in this case, we can't really deny the game's addictive appeal. [Feb 2003, p.73]