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Front Mission Evolved nudged to October


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Square Enix has pushed the European release of Front Mission Evolved back to 8th October, despite just under a month ago assuring us the UK was immune to collateral from the US delay.

Double Helix is busy making Front Mission Evolved for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. The desktop version will support 3D.

This modern reinterpretation of Front Mission on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 tranforms the old turn-based strategy series into a third-person shooter. You'll be a Wanzer mech and stomp around shooting the snot out of anything that moves. There will be a story and there will be multiplayer.

That story concerns a future version of the world where terrorists and astronomical military budgets still dominate the news. Your Wanzer can be upgraded as the story unfolds, and those pimped-out mothers taken online to fight against others.

The PC version of Front Mission Evolved supports 3D.

Front Mission Evolved multiplayer.

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