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Overall: Chrome Hounds is a game that shines brighter & brighter the deeper and longer you play it. I too am a big MechWarrior fan and have given up on waiting for MW5 to come out. MW games gave everyone the chance to customize their Mech to fit their style along with the upcomming battle. This was very much missed in both the MA games.
Everyone seems to complain about the speed of the hounds and how long it takes to transverse a map with them. This is a mech/hound! Not some lightweight sports car. I guess alot of people got used to the arcade type of gameplay and movement that was handed to us in the MA games. It just didn't feel like MW to me. When you are packing this much firepower, you can't expect it to go 100mph! The slow speed of the mechs means that a person has to use his brains to get closer to the enemy and take them out and not just rely on the ability to dodge everything that comes your way. I perfer this type of battle instead of just run and gun type.

Gameplay: The single player is a great learning tool for the online play. It gives someone a chance to try out a new hound in many different battles without going online and finding out too late that your hound is severely underpowered or not the packing the right type of guns. The online play works very much like a real battle with victory going to the side that works together best in battle.

Graphics: The graphics are very good for this type of game. The hounds move very well with great small touches that help to convey the illusion of fighting in a real mech. Building and enemies look very real with small details very well done. The only thing lacking in this department is that you don't have any skeltons left after you have destroyed something.

Audio: Great sound effects with the abilty to embrace someone in the heat of battle. Talk, mechs walking, explosions and gunfire all done with great realism.

Suggestions: Try this game before you pass judgement on Sega and From Software. The developers have even given thanks to their loyal fans by offering free downloadable items on the Xbox Marketplace. Thanks guys or a making a realistic mech game. You need to look past the first few missions to really get a taste of just what ChromeHounds really has to offer the 360 gamer!

Overall Score: 9.0 / 10

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