Front Mission Online

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Front Mission Online
Cover Front Mission Online.jpg
NTSC-J cover
Game general and emulation properties:
CERO rating: A
Game supports headset
Massively Multiplayer game
Languages supported:
Japanese: SLPM-68514 & SLPM-65981
Region NTSC-J/C/K:
Serial numbers: SLPM-65981
SLPM-68514 (Beta Version)
Release date: May 12, 2005
CRCs: CC70EE69 (Full and Beta Version)
Windows Status: Broken
Linux Status: ?
Mac Status: ?

Developer(s): Square Enix
Publisher(s): Square Enix
Genre: MMO, Action, Shooter, Arcade
Wikipedia: Link
Game description: As a massively multiplayer online (MMO), third-person shooter spin-off, the gameplay of Front Mission: Online differs from the tactical role-playing game entries of the numbered Front Mission titles. Rather than being played out on a grid-based map and using a turn-based structure, battles takes place in real-time on full 3D maps akin to Armored Core. The player controls a mech known as the Wanderpanzer, or wanzer. Players in Online can play alone, or in groups of up to 20 players. The game has built-in support for VoIP, which can be used to communicate with other players.
Game progression in Online works differently from other Front Mission entries. As an MMO, players have complete control over how they want to play the game. When a player creates an account, they will be asked to choose a side to fight for - the Oceania Cooperative Union (O.C.U.) or the United States of the New Continent (U.S.N.). Next, the player must create a character to play as; character creation in Online works similarly to character creation methods found in other MMOs. Once a character has been created, the player can then begin playing the game. There are two modes of play - PvE or PvP. In PvE mode, players do battle against enemies controlled by AI. In PvP mode, players do battle against other players of the game.
The PvE mode of Online is unique in that like the other Front Mission titles, there is a storyline that the player can play through. After the player completes a certain amount of missions, they can participate in military operations, which are a series of missions. These military operations progress the storyline. Furthermore, there are limited-time only operations which are open to all players. Unlike missions, military operations are one-time only events and cannot be replayed. The PvP mode of Online, on the other hand, does not have any story elements. Players pick a battle zone on Huffman Island and fight on it, with the winning side taking control of the zone. Battle zones affect the type of missions that a player can go through in PvE mode. For example, if a U.S.N. military base is captured by O.C.U. forces, U.S.N. players can take a mission to recapture it. Likewise, U.S.N. players can take a mission to defend the base if it was not captured. There are many types of missions, ranging from simple destruction requests to more complex reconnaissance ones.


Winlogo.png Test configurations on Windows:


Environment Configurations Comments Tester
Region OS CPU/GPU Revision Graphics Sound/Pad
NTSC-J (Beta) Windows 8.1, x64
  • Intel(R) Pentium(R) CPU G2030 @ 3.00GHz
  • PALIT GeForce GT 1030 @ 2 GB
v1.7.0-dev-1996 GSdx
  • SPU2-X
  • LilyPad
Europe v02.00(14/06/2004), Menus, Before starting, you need to turn on the HDD and after starting the game I get an error that I need PlayStation BB Unit. Chern40+7
NTSC-J Windows 8.1, x64
  • Intel(R) Pentium(R) CPU G2030 @ 3.00GHz
  • PALIT GeForce GT 1030 @ 2 GB
v1.7.0-dev-1996 GSdx
  • SPU2-X
  • LilyPad
Europe v02.00(14/06/2004), Menus, The same problem remained, in short, unchanged. Chern40+7



Trivia

  • Original names: フロントミッション オンライン (SLPM-65981) & (SLPM-68514)



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