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In Grinder mode local play only , the player tries to survive as more and more 'Mechs are spawned into the battle. This mode can played with one or two players. In Destruction mode, the player can choose a 'Mech and fight to the death in deathmatch or team deathmatch. The player or team with the most kills wins.
Last Man Standing is a free-for-all with no respawning as a mech. Once a player dies, they respawn as an unarmed infantryman. Gameplay can be either deathmatch or team deathmatch. Capture the flag is a team based game where the opposing team spawn on opposite ends of the map and try to "Capture" the enemy flag without giving up their own. A fairly common metagame during the height of online popularity was known as "Elemental". A Last Man Standing match, "Elemental" saw only one player choose a Mech while all others chose the Elemental mobile armor, a much smaller and weaker playable class.
This was decided by players in voice chat prior to the start of the game. It was later released as an official game type known as "Giant Killers". The game received "generally favorable reviews" according to the review aggregation website Metacritic. NextGen ranked it as the 85th highest-selling game launched for the PlayStation 2 , Xbox or GameCube between January and July in that country.
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Famitsu in Japanese. Game Informer. December IDG Entertainment. Archived from the original on December 13, Archived from the original on September 9, Archived from the original on December 29, Intro - Major Natalia Kerensky briefs the player on the operation. Alpha and Bravo Lances will insert onto Helios, the planet below, cross half a continent, and knock out the surface-to-orbit gun batteries to enable the main body of the Dragoon strike force to land safely.
Natalia introduces Lt. Foster as "briefing boy. Alpha and Bravo Lances attempt to escape the crippled ship by hot dropping. Going Down Hard - The Icarus survives the hard landing, but its sensors and weapons are offline, as are most of the BattleMechs in the hold. Foster makes a Cougar operational, and the player uses it to investigate sensor readings in a canyon to the north.
He discovers a base guarded by infantry in power armor, and levels the base headquarters. Last Transmission - Lt. Foster receives a video transmission from the survivors of Bravo Lance, but it cuts off shortly after they report encountering enemy forces with Word of Blake markings. Suffer the Silence - To cripple the enemy's defensive capabilities, the player attacks their communications infrastructure, destroying an array on a ridge after fighting through several enemy bases.
Foster recovers intel from the communications complex indicating the world is controlled by a sect of the Word of Blake. Friends Indeed - Foster receives a garbled broadcast from a resistance group fighting the Word of Blake.
The player enters a city to make contact with the resistance, but finds it deserted, except for enemy forces. As they close in on the regional palace, they receive the full resistance broadcast, which is on an automatic loop. It states that the resistance made its last stand against the Blakists at the palace and was wiped out.
The Blakists killed or enslaved all who resisted. Dry Me Out - Lt. Foster repairs an Uziel. The player uses it to attack a major Word of Blake air base. He says they are meddling in things they do not understand, and threatens to wipe them out as he did their comrades. Sailing Away - The player attacks a convoy of barges carrying parts for the orbital guns and sinks them, along with the patrol boats escorting them.
Enter Wasteland - Natalia receives a transmission from Adept Strader, showing the last moments of the survivors of Alpha Lance just before Strader destroys them. He taunts the Dragoons that they are alone and powerless. The player defends the Icarus from attack and disables the convoy carrying the Mad Cat , then escorts it back to the Icarus with Lt.
Foster at the controls. Bright Lights, Dark City - The player uses the Mad Cat to attack a key Word of Blake tactical center, first disabling its defenses by blowing up a nearby nuclear fusion plant. The player destroys the main bridges to prevent the regional base from reinforcing the city.
An enraged Adept Strader threatens the Dragoons with his swift and terrible wrath. Not Again! Thor on the Rocks - The player is hot dropped before the crash, and must find and defend the damaged DropShip. The player destroys Blakist sensor towers, and fights off an ambush at the last one, capturing a Thor in the process. Wolf in Sheep's Clothing - The player uses the captured Thor to infiltrate a nearby enemy base and tap into its communications center to download information about the orbital guns.
While the information is being downloaded, a patrolling Blake Uller demands the proper ID code, blowing the player's cover. Foster advises the player to escape out the rear of the base, along a heavily reinforced ravine and across a pair of ice bridges, blowing them after crossing to halt enemy pursuit. From the downloaded intel, Foster learns the location of the orbital guns, and learns that the Blakists have found a LosTech cache, and something called Ragnorok.
Under the Guns - The main Dragoon invasion force is on final approach. The player attacks and destroys the three Blakist orbital guns before they can cripple the invasion force, though the fleet does lose several DropShips during the landing. Size Matters - The player infiltrates a Word of Blake 'Mech base in a captured Elemental suit during a celebration being held by Word of Blake dignitaries. The player slips past the Blakist perimeter defenses, moves through the city to the regional palace, captures a 'Mech, and slaughters the Blakist command staff.
Adept Strader threatens to personally deal with Alpha Lance soon. Not On My Watch - Lt. Foster reports that the surviving Helios rebels are being used as slave labor at an internment camp.