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FRONT MISSION 1st: Remake (Multi-Language)

Compatible with PlayStation 4™ (PS4™)
Version: Japan
Works on all systems sold worldwide, a correct regional account may be required for online features.
US$33.99
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Language  Japanese, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Traditional Chinese, English
FRONT MISSION 1st: Remake (Multi-Language)
FRONT MISSION 1st: Remake (Multi-Language)
FRONT MISSION 1st: Remake (Multi-Language)
FRONT MISSION 1st: Remake (Multi-Language)
FRONT MISSION 1st: Remake (Multi-Language)
FRONT MISSION 1st: Remake (Multi-Language)
FRONT MISSION 1st: Remake (Multi-Language)
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Front Mission comes back in its first HD remake ・The game features a modern model with improved controls

In the year 2090, the world's conflicts are fought using giant war machines called Wanzers. Huffman Island, the only place where the Oceania Cooperative Union (O.C.U.) and the Unified Continental States (U.C.S.) share a land border is a hotbed of conflict.

An O.C.U. reconnaissance platoon led by Captain Royd Clive is assigned to investigate a U.C.S. munitions plant. They are ambushed by U.C.S. Wanzers, triggering a series of events that plunges the whole island into war. Royd's fiancée, Lieutenant Karen Meure, goes missing in action.

Discharged from the military, Royd sets out to investigate what happened to Karen. His quest leads him closer and closer to the conspiracy behind the incident and the powers that orchestrated it.

With dozens of characters to meet, its mature story, and non-Manichean protagonists, Front Mission is the classic of a tactical Japanese RPG genre, finally available worldwide.

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A good remaster
A good remaster, following the exactly same mechanics from the original on SNES with the add-ons frm the PS1 and NDS ports, along side new graphics and it still pending a new content exclusive for the remaster.
A full review you can find here: https://youtu.be/k_Ye0pC_kmI
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