#sgm0064 - Developed by Beam Software Pty., Ltd. and Published by Activision, Inc.,, "Mechwarrior" was released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) in 1992. Mechwarrior is the most under-appreciated ground-breaking "first" 3D BattleTech game ever developed. The game scenario is that you are the heir to the planet and your name is Gideon Braver Vandenburg. While you were off-world, the Dark Wing Lance, who are a group of evil characters, have killed your whole family and stole the Chalice to the throne. You cannot take your place on the throne without it. To make matters worse, they have seen to it that you are implicated in your own family's death, and you are forced to go into exile. You find a planet where "fixers" can set set you up with contracts with the local authorities. You become a mercenary to survive in hopes of somehow finding clues to who set you up so that you can make things right. The Mechwarrior game is divided into two main sections. One section of the game deals with meeting other people, and BattleMech maintenance. You find clues in the Zero-Zero Bar, which may be useful to help find the whereabouts of the Dark Wing Lance and meet employers that can give you mercenary missions. The second section is where you do all the actual fighting in your BattleMech. These battles in Mech Warrior take place on the many different war zone planets that require the skills of mercenaries. You controls the BattheMechs and uses it to travel and battle other BattheMechs to complete your job. You also have access to the Mech Bay, which is where BattheMechs can be bought (eight BattheMechs), sold, repaired, equipped with weaponry or modified. But there are strict weight restrictions on each BattleMech, so decisions about equipment must be strategically thought out. The graphics in MechWarrior are average to good, the sound standard, but the controls are very responsive. You decide which planet to move to, as you try to make friendships with all five houses of the Inner Sphere to uncover clues about where you need to go. MechWarrior is a very intriguing and enjoyable experience for all fans of giant fighting robots. Also very replayable, because each mission is randomly generated. In Japan Mechwarrior is called "Battletech". Pre-owned - Includes Game Only - UPC: 047875540033 - ESRB Rating "E" - Rarity Rating C+ - Mechwarrior Review by "NES Gamer".

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