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MechWarrior Description

Mechwarrior revolves around three basic elements of play. The player can travel around an accurate map of the Inner Sphere negotiating contracts with the five Great Houses. Depending on the players actions, his mercenary unit will develop a reputation with each house which can bring about larger and more wealthy missions. A negative reputation can also be created if for instance you fight against a house in several missions. In this situation you will find that house no longer is willing to negotiate a contract.

The second element revolves around the battlemechs within the game. Battlemechs can be bought and sold or repaired from combat damage. In this way, the player can act as a merchant and acquire mechs on one planet and sell them on another planet to gain profit. Mechwarriors, too can be hired at the local bar with ranging levels of skill. As above, the unit's reputation will determine the quality of potential recruits.[1]

Finally, there is the combat simulation. Depending on the contract for a mission, the player must meet certain criteria ranging from defense of a facility to outright destruction of the enemy. Combat is shown in first person from the cockpit of a battlemech. The game's engine uses simple vector based graphics for the actual combat.

The three elements combined to create a very unique game that was part RPG, part economic, and part arcade.

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MechWarrior - additional information

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Also known as
"机甲战士" -- Chinese spelling (simplified)
"Battletech: Ubawareta Seihai" -- Sharp X68000 and PC-98 title
MechWarrior - Cover Art Sega Genesis