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MechWarrior 3 Videos and Trailers - PC

MechWarrior 3
Game Description:The third game in the popular MechWarrior series. Massive Mechs, awesome firepower, and 3D action combine in MechWarrior 3. MechWarrior 3 is a quantum upgrade on all fronts from the excellent MechWarrior 2, which is saying quite a bit. The tremendous attention to detail in the graphics, gameplay and virtually every other aspect makes this one of the best games of the 1990s, let alone 1999. It is the graphics that will initially grab you and pull you in. Flowing landscapes and wonderful animation are all well and good but MechWarrior 3 goes one better. Shoot off an enemy Mech?s leg and you?ll see the pieces go flying as the enemy crashes to the ground. Drop a Smoke Jaguar tank and you?ll marvel at the intricate explosion. This is good stuff.
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