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Mechwarrior 3 vs Heavy Gear 2
 July 10th, 1999 by Michael "" Ahlf
 
For those of you who have been hiding somewhere around another planet for the last few months, two major game releases -- Heavy Gear 2 by Activision and Mechwarrior 3 by Microprose set the stage for a battle for supremacy of the huge robot simulation genre, the defender of the title being Activision by virtue of the Mechwarrior 2 engine which had served them well until the release of the first Heavy Gear. 

This article is an attempt to logically assess each part of the games, to define which game does what better, and in the end to decide which company, for now, will hold the title belt in the battle for robot simulation supremacy.

Let the competition... BEGIN!!
 


To the Basics->
 

Heavy Gear 2 VS MechWarrior 3


Added:  Saturday, July 10, 1999
Reviewer:  Michael Ahlf

Page: 1/5

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