THE GOOD: Wanzers, Customizing, Weapons, and Gameplay
THE BAD: It's PSone so the graphics leave something to be desired. Maybe hard to find at a store.(took me 5 months to find)
SUMMARY: If you liked Final Fantasy Tactics then you will love FM3. Two intersecting story lines that will keep you right in the game. You can spend hours customizing your wanzer's arms, legs, body, weapons, paint job, pilot, and battle skills. Battle are challenging and thrilling. Be prepared to spend many fun filled hours on this game. The only thing better will be FM4.
THE GOOD: Wanzers,charcters,story,(wanzers are....Robos
THE BAD: Graphics.gets boring at times.
SUMMARY: The strategy game with Robos called wanzers useing weapons such as Minigun,Shotgun,Rocket Launcher,Flamethrower.Name wanzers.multiple characters!very realistic with weapons range and fire power.with 2 scenarios.Gotta get this game!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
THE GOOD: Alright graphics, wanzers, and characters.
THE BAD: Takes a long time to beat.
SUMMARY: Overall this game is pretty cool. The graphics, characters , weapons, wanzers, chracters and battles were pretty ool. The only bad part was the it got boring at times. It is pretty cool how you can pick from two different scenarios. Some wanzers were crappy while other's were cool. My favortie wanzer is the Zeinslev. My least favorite wanzer is Moneymaker's.
THE BAD: Story line kinda blows, and only fun when played short and far between
SUMMARY: I bought this game in a pack and didnt really believe in it, till i put it into my PS. This game is really addictive, fun, and sometimes it can really annoy u. The two story lines are really dumb and u cant help but think "what the hell were they thinking" yes i said that through out the game. the upgrade system is long and takes time. the RPG half of the game is ok but doenst really do much.
SUMMARY: With two scenarios, this tactical game, with a grid based setup, has plenty of replay value. With a few same characters in each scenario, and 5 or 6 different ones, as well as many different mech (wanzers) parts, upgrades for the parts, and quite a few weapon types, the customization is close to endless. There is also RPG elements within the game, as each character can level up each weapon type from A, A*, A**, A***, B, etc. up to F, F*, F**, F***, and finally, S. In a mission-based setup, there are plenty of battles in each scenario, and the stories intertwine, however, the story itself could put an insomniac asleep. Thankfully, Square included a skip story feature, so story isn't really a problem. The game is also easy to understand, battle-wise, and the learning curve in tactics isn't steep, either. However, in-between later missions, heavy training will be required, but that's all part of the fun.