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Platform: Sega Mega Drive

Region: Region Not Set

Developer(s): Malibu Interactive

Publishers(s): Extreme Entertainment Group

Co-op: No

Battletech: A Game of Armored Combat

The 31st century is a brutal and violent place. The galaxy is racked by a devastating war waged with gigantic 75-ton BattleMechs teeming with the most ruinous weapons that science can create. MechWarriors like you are needed to pilot the "Madcat" Heavy OmniMech on desperate missions against enemy installations! This is the world of BATTLETECH! Alone against the relentless onslaught of hordes of enemy defenders, you'll need skill and cunning to knock out your objectives. Steer your lumbering 'Mech into the savage fury of a hornet's nest of attackers, and cut loose with the Madcat's incredible firepower to lay waste to all before you! Fight to the last for a victory that will bring you honor and glory! And if honor isn't motivation enough, it helps to remember that the enemy doesn't take prisoners... The game has the player control a Mech outfitted with an arsenal of missiles and energy weapons in missions that take place on a large map. The player can freely roam around and explore the mission's map before tackling the objectives of the stage. The main single player mode in the came is a campaign that tasks them with several objectives spanning various missions. These can be getting to objective points, clearing out enemies, or escorting convoys across the map. The game contains a cooperative two player mode where one player controls the bottom half of the Mech to navigate it around the battlefield while the other player controls the top half of the Mech and its arsenal independently.

Genre(s): Action

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