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Fallen Empire: Legions Member Review for the PC

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JF_097
08/13/09
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE FPS 
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PUBLISHER GarageGames 
DEVELOPER GarageGames 
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Gaming technology on the web is changing. InstantAction is bringing 3-D multi-player console-like games to the web, playable through a browser. The platform brings together the best of gaming with the best of the web, combining the web's accessibility and social interaction with high end graphics and competitive gameplay. This will appeal to hardcore gamers who find the games more accessible than expensive console games, international gamers who don't have access to consoles, and former core gamers who have careers or families and no longer have as much time to pour into the gigantic game experiences they used to. We have cracked some daunting technology hurdles to bring the type of games serious gamers like to the web. Since many of our games are online and multi-player, we have designed a social environment that makes it easy for friends to connect and jump into a game. In addition, with InstantAction's unique lobby approach, it is easy to move from game to game with your party. Being on the Web also enables us to do what we call "live development," where we take active and passive feedback from our players to continually update/improve levels, storylines and gamers will no longer have to wait for a sequel to keep a game fresh. A little introduction about InstantAction. Now for the Fallen Empire: Legions review. FE: L is a FPS (First Person Shooter) game which is derived from the PC game Tribes but only you can play it online. There are 3 characters and several load-outs to chose from. Load-outs are specifically chosen groups of weapons that you chose to use in the game. The characters are Sentinel, Raider, and Outrider. These characters are ranked through the META system (Mass, Energy, Thrust, Armour). The Sentinel is the turtle-like character. Slow and heavily-armoured, the Sentinel is designed to stop everything on its way. The Outrider, however, is the hare-like character. Fast and agile, it's purpose is mainly Hit-and-Run. The Raider is the most versatile among the 3 characters. Just the right amount of armour and speed, the Raider is used by many players. For it can do what the other characters can. There are 4 weapons in the game which are groups into load-outs. Chaingun, Rocket Launcher, Grenade Launcher, and the Laser Rifle are the 4 weapons. There are upgraded versions of these weapons in some load-outs. Below are the load-outs for each character: Sentinel - Defender (GL Mk.II, CG, RL), Charger (CG Mk.II, RL, GL), Juggernaut (RL Mk.II, CG, GL). Raider - Gunner (CG, RL, GL), Chainsaw (CG Mk.II, RL), Thrasher (CG Mk.II, GL), Rocketeer (RL Mk.II, CG), Hornet (LR, RL), Rooster (LR, GL). Outrider - Chaser (CG, RL), Stinger (CG, GL), Sniper (LR Mk.II, CG), Bomber (RL, GL). There are 3 game modes to play and they are Capture the Flag, Team Deathmatch, and Deathmatch. In CTF, the player tries to get the enemy flag and return it to their base. The player's own flag should be in the flag stand in order to score points. In TDM, the player's team tries to kill the enemy team to score points. In DM, the player tries to kill other player to score points. The player's score are based on their kill:death ratio. The graphics are outstanding. The controls are fairly easy. The in-game "quick chat" allows players to say something without typing the words. Quick chat uses shortcuts to communicate with players. There is an option to buy upgrades such as new skins, helmets, and voice packs. So are you ready to take on this revolutionary game? Sign up now and maybe, just maybe, we'll cross paths.


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