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Front Mission Online is an iteration in Square'sFront Mission series of tactical strategy games in which players can compete via Square's PlayOnline service. Support for Front Mission Online was discontinued on May 31, 2008.
The game takes place during the Second Huffman Conflict. Players choose to side with either the Oceania Cooperative Union (O.C.U.) or United States of the New Continent (U.S.N.) and joins the war controlling mecha known as a wanderung panzer (wanzer). The player controls the action in real-time, as opposed to the turn-based strategy style of gameplay of the other games in the series. The game has built-in support for VoIP.1
So apparently there's some new news regarding the upcoming Square Enix Party 2005, which is set to occur July 30-31 somewhere in Japan. Final Fantasy XII will be there. That fact alone virtually warrants coverage! Read on
"Square Enix, Inc. to Unveil Massive Lineup at The Electronic Entertainment Expo," states the press release furiously. But the list is unimpressive: there's nothing new save for the odd mobile phone title, and the release dates we're so fanboyishly begging for fail to appear as well. Read on
Square Enix has released its list of titles to be shown at the Tokyo Games Show at the end of the month. But will we be faced with a shocker unveiling as we were with Final Fantasy VII Advent Children last year? Read on
Yesterday Square Enix began accepting applications for the first phase of its beta testing for Front Mission Online, which will take place in no less than three phases. While the first is concerned with actual gameplay, the second and third phases will test of the game in terms of PS2 in conjuction with PC usage, with the clear implication of connectivity. So, all of you who reside in Japan and own broadband-connected PS2s can feel free to head to the FMO official site and sign up.
Famitsu also has new information on Front Mission Online, a title that has remained in the background so far. The title now appears to be nearly ready to enter beta testing later this year with a 2005 release on PS2 and PC to follow, and is reportedly of the "action simulation" genre, giving players the option to enter battle either as a single unit or as part of an army or platoon.1