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I’d like to make you happy if you think there wasn’t anything worthy of attention from the themed games in the time-space between the tanks on Nintendo and today’s occupiers of the gaming industry. In the middle of the 2000s, aliens flew in. And the only way out is to destroy them with tanks in the space arena!
In 2004 Sega was to release the game for Nokia N-Gage called Alien Front. The official release did not come to an end, but that leaves a beta version. Fans of tank battles didn’t have to be disappointed because creators released the idea quite successfully.
Instead of ordinary enemies, you have to fight with alien monsters. Moreover, there is an opportunity to visit their machine. So you don’t have to be bored.
Alien Front offers players honest 3D. By the standards of 2004, game graphic is worthy of praise. Not every project of the time can compete with such a quality drawing.
The picture looks lively and bright. There is small pixelization in the animation shots, but it is not so critical.
The sound accompaniment is entirely consistent with the battle atmosphere. Explosions and gunshots are supplementing by a slightly tense atmosphere of background music. Thanks to this, you get even more involved in the mobile game.
The campaign mode is a series of battles with the enemy. The player can choose between human and alien sides. Each side of the conflict has three types of combat vehicles. Humans have three types of tanks:
- First – fast and light armored;
- Second – slow with powerful armor and enhanced firepower;
- Third – something in between the previous two.
Alien vehicles are sorting by similar logic. Only they look more like the giant insects from the “Starship Troopers” movie.
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Now I’ll try to surprise you in this N-Gage game review. Multiplayer via Bluetooth allows you to play together with your friends. Just imagine: on the street 2004, and the guys without any wires participated in exciting battles between themselves. Who among today’s players in tanks thought this was possible even when many were not born yet?
I feel that the primary dilemma was who would have to choose the alien side. But they’re always can solve these problems by the rule of “Rock-paper-scissors.” “Rock-paper-scissors” – and the dispute is over.
Different types of bonuses are available in the arena, for example, rapid-fire, missiles, and health. And after each battle, statistics on the accuracy of firing are given.
I’ll say nothing new if I tell you that Alien Front is for fun live battles. All you need is… not love. It’s a group of friends and devices that support N-Gage games. So a great pastime is guaranteed.
In general, fans of this genre of games should be satisfied. Now I’m done, friends. See you in new game reviews for legendary N-Gage!
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Not sure what game you reviewed here, but certainly not the N-Gage version of Alien Front. Alien Front on the N-Gage looks very bad in terms of graphics and is so slow that it is completely unplayable as soon as there’s more than one enemy on screen. There’s a reason why it was axed. It’s a terrible example of an N-Gage game.
I played this game on my Nokia N-Gage. By the way, I also shot the gameplay video by myself. Yes, compared to most modern games, it is slow. But for its time – not the worst game. But in general, my goal is to review 95% of all games for the N-Gage platform. So there will be more popular releases to come.
From the gameplay I’ve seen of it, the game actually looks pretty good for the N-Gage and the render distance is quite high. It also seems to perform very well (at least on the taco I assume). You have to take into account that the game was never actually finished, but what is there is quality.
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From what I’ve seen of the game it actually looks quite impressive for the N-Gage. The draw distance is high and it doesn’t stutter much (at least on the taco I assume) even with enemies on screen. The only fault I’ve noticed is that it’s hard to hit the enemies. The game was also most likely never released because of the poor sales of the N-Gage, not because it was a bad game (and it really wasn’t).
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Absolutely agree with you, dear friend.