Deemed the great moral challenge of our time and discussed at length during summits the world over; the lack of modern mech-based tactics games is reaching a tipping point. The last true Front Mission was released in the mid-Oughts. Do people even remember CyberStorm? I’d love to count the Super Robot Wars titles, but they’re niche and chibi and aesthetically repugnant. Don’t @ me, friends. I’m being cruel to be kind. There is an undeniable, intractable vacuum.
Warborn, however, is stepping up.
Warborn is a turn-based strategy game in which players take command of a mecha strike force and deploy them in tense tactical battles as war grips the solar system.
Fight through a range of combat scenarios in a full single player campaign or battle for glory in 1vs1 online multiplayer.
– DEPLOY –
Choose from a wide range of units with different skills and combat roles. Expand your forces by calling in reinforcements from orbital dropships.
– ADVANCE –
Use terrain properties to your advantage and make tactical decisions when positioning your forces. Capture structures to obtain additional deployment sites and resources.
– FIGHT –
Engage the enemy with various attack options. Inflict status effects, plant traps and support allies using unique unit skills.
– COMMAND –
Take command as one of four different commanders. Each has a powerful personal mecha and abilities geared towards a particular play style.
[Editor’s Note: I think Alex fell asleep at this point as this is all I got. Normally, I’d ask him if he wanted to add anything but, then I realized, 85% of Alex is 100% better than just about anyone else, so we’ll just leave it as-is. -ed.]