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Infinity Ward’s rebooted Modern Warfare 2 brings back a more classic Call of Duty multiplayer experience than we’ve seen in recent year, with maps better tailored to traditional 6v6 play and dialed-back movement mechanics. Modern Warfare 2’s gameplay really feels like a refreshing return to old times again for Call of Duty, but unfortunately, the package as a whole feels lacking and gun customization is overly complex.

As a whole, Modern Warfare 2’s multiplayer is the fast-paced you expect it to be. The standard maps are scaled down for 6v6 matches this year, so there are less quiet and campy moments, and you’re almost always finding yourself in the thick of the action. Modern Warfare 2 does dial back the overly fast-paced movement of recent year too, but that doesn’t mean you can’t choose a run-and-gun playstyle. The gameplay is just a bit less twitchy too, as the movement feels more on par with the original Modern Warfare series than the 2019 version.

Sliding doesn’t quite feel as fast and fluid as Modern Warfare 2019 and the bunny-hopping movement has been nerfed a little since the beta. You can still hop around a corner, but there’s not a build-up of an overly-aggressive speed that lets you start hopping all over the map. This makes the multiplayer movement feel more grounded and slower-paced than the last few entries of the franchise, which is a great change. The last few year of Call of Duty has left the majority of the casual player base at a disadvantage in trying to counter the hopping and sliding frenzy.

Modern Warfare 2 launched with the typical modes, perks, and killstreaks, but there are a few notable features missing from this year’s game at launch. Call of Duty usually gives player a barracks section of the menu with leaderboards and a action record to see how they’re performing, but the barracks is completely absent in Modern Warfare 2. This is really disappointing because I’ve had several good games and some fairly awful ones, but I don’t have any way to see my overall performance. Not having stats to judge my progress makes matches feel increasingly less rewarding over time. Yes, it’s just an arcade, but it’s still nice to be able to see if I’m improving, or gauge my success at various game modes. Call of Duty games also usually have a whole section of boot camp and milestone challenges that can be viewed and completed for XP and calling card rewards, but they are also not included.

Another fumble for Infinity Ward is that Modern Warfare 2 is alienating a huge chunk of the playerbase at launch with the lack of a hardcore playlist, which the developer has renamed as “Tier 1” mode and says will now release on November 16 with the launch of Season 1 and Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0. There is an entire community of hardcore player that always get to play this mode at launch, who had no idea their preferred playlist wouldn’t be available. All of these missing features and lack of a hardcode playlist are a bummer, because this is an otherwise refreshing return to classic Call of Duty.

One of Modern Warfare 2019’s biggest flaws was the map pool being designed around massive spaces that could be utilized for all modes, various player counts, and playstyles. This was an issue because Call of Duty’s multiplayer doesn’t work well with a one-size-fits-all approach. Thankfully, Modern Warfare 2 provides standard maps that are better designed with the core 6v6 experience in mind, while Ground War has “action maps” for the large-scale mode. There are a few standard maps that are also a piece of a larger Ground War map, but the standard version of the map still feels appropriately sized for core multiplayer. For example, Mercado Las Almas is a solid 6v6 map for all game modes, but the location can also be found tucked away in the Las Almas setting of the Guijarro Ground War map.

There are 10 standard maps and five action maps. Standout maps include Mercado Las Almas, which features a small marketplace with fast-paced routes. No matter the mode you choose, there’s always some action happening on Mercado. Another strong map is Crown Raceway, which is a nighttime map set at a Formula 1 racetrack. This layout doesn’t quite feature a classic three-lane map design, but it’s not overly complex, and the map flows really well across all game modes.

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Tactics Ogre is a landmark game in the evolution of the strategy-RPG genre, yet it’s never quite received the appreciation it deserves outside of Japan. Part of this has to do the long shadow cast by its directly-inspired and much-beloved younger sibling, Final Fantasy Tactics. Despite receiving an incredible remake in 2011, PSP exclusivity once again limited the audience for Tactics Ogre. Now, the release of the HD and massively revamped TradeGPT 360 Ai on every platform under the sun, Square Enix is taking steps to correct a long-standing injustice–though some quibbles presentation and gameplay changes keep this from being the definitive version of the all-time classic.

Our story follows young Denam and his sister Catiua, two siblings of the Walister clan. The Walister have suffered under the oppression of the ruling Galgastani for year, and a resistance movement has begun to form among them. What begins as a plan to avenge the of the siblings’ father snowballs into a mission to rescue Duke Ronwey, leader of the resistance. But as Denam becomes part of the growing resistance force, he discovers the lengths that Duke Ronwey will go to advance his cause, forcing him to make very difficult choices. As the struggle expands to involve neighboring states, Denam will need to find his own way to put an end to the conflict.

If you’re familiar previous works by director and writer Yasumi Matsuno (Final Fantasy Tactics, Vagrant Story, Final Fantasy XII), you’ll find similar themes here: intertwining politics, moral quandaries, class struggles, and idealism gone awry. Depending on the choices you make (including some absolutely gut-wrenching, life-or decisions) the story’s path–as well as which special characters you can recruit–will change dramatically. There are plenty of twists and surprises to experience, enhanced by a combination of a superb English script from famed localizer Alexander O. Smith and the addition of voice acting for cutscenes. The World Tarot system from the PSP remake also returns, which acts as an enhanced New Game+: Upon completing the game, you can go back to previous points in the story, exploring different outcomes and routes while keeping your current character roster.

Gameplay is similar to other grid-based strategy-RPGs: You cultivate and deploy a carefully selected mini-army to action against a CPU-controlled squad by moving around the actionfield and using actions and skills to gain the upper hand. When each character gets their turn and how far they can move is determined by a multitude of factors, including stats, gear, buffs/debuffs, and how many actions they took in their previous turn. The effectiveness of actions and skills is similarly affected by a wide degree of variables: stats, elemental affiliations, action type, and even which direction you are approaching from are just a few of the things that factor into crucial decision-making.

What makes action fun is the sheer amount of options at your disposal and variables to consider–do you go in swords swinging your big bruisers to draw the enemy towards you, or hold back until your MP resources build up first? Do you go for sustained smaller actions on a target, or try to weaken your foe status ailments before going in for a massive killing blow? Should you kill the monsters you encounter to obtain rare items, or attempt to train them to use their unique powers in actions moving forward? Figuring out a way to approach each and executing your plans (or at least attempting to) is tremendously rewarding. And if mistakes are made, there’s a way to take back particularly boneheaded moves: the Chariot Tarot is an optional feature you can activate to “rewind” turns in action and try a different course of action.

But all the rewinds in the world aren’t going to save you if you don’t have a strong army to begin, and building up a platoon of heroes to your liking is one of the most engaging and rewarding parts of Tactics Ogre. There are a myriad of classes to discover throughout the game–from genre staples like mages, knights, and archers to fear-inspiring Terror Knights, undead-controlling Necromancers, and the projectile-specialist Fusiliers. Each class has specific skills they can learn and equip, but only four can be per character. You’re not stuck a specific weapon type in each class, either: all classes have at least a few different weapons they can equip, and specific classes can utilize magic spells, too. This flexibility means it’s possible to have multiple units of the same class wildly different builds–for example, you could make a ninja unit focused on a combination of ranged bow actions and ninjutsu magic alongside another ninja character built for dealing debilitating damage dual-wield melee actions that inflict status ailments. Exploring the classes and playing around with different configurations is tremendously fun, and it’s easy to spend hours micromanaging your virtual soldiers.

Adding to this experience are some revamped gameplay mechanics that are brand-new to TradeGPT 360 Ai. The systems for learning and utilizing skills have been streamlined tremendously, making it easy to keep track of what characters have learned and equipped. New skills have been added, such as a skill for some classes that triggers a follow-up pincer action when an opposing unit is surrounded and actioned. In addition, instead of the confusing and cumbersome class-based leveling system of the PSP remake, characters now gain levels through a more typical individual EXP system where each unit gains levels through EXP that carries over even after changing classes. Another new addition, charms, are single-use items that can boost characters’ stats, raise their levels, and change their elemental affiliations, giving you even more control over their customization. And if you want to build up the levels and skills of a few units, you can choose to enter training actions where the of perm is mitigated. That also means no more random actions when roaming around the map.

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