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War Tech Fighters

Travelling across the galaxy, the rebel colonies of Hebos and Ares join forces to battle against the Zatros empire with the deadliest weapons ever built – War Techs. Taking space combat to a whole new level, War Techs are giant mechs that combine cold precision and state of the art technology in the battlefields of space. War Tech Fighters is a space action game that combines the spectacular action of Japanese Anime with Hollywood Blockbusters. Configure, upgrade and customize your War Tech and dive into battle to fight back the Zatronian forces and save your galaxy!
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

If you are going to buy this, you should know what you are getting into. The mechs are fun, the game is pretty, the combat's pretty good. But while the game visually has polish, the internals are a bit wonky. Upgrades, research, some mission objects and a few challenges are not real intuitive. Here's what I didn't like:
Special Research Projects: If you don't find them the first time in the level, you have to replay the level to get them. And you want them. There's a good steam guide that has most of them included. My advice: Keep the guide up and use it on levels that have projects so you don't have to do them again.
Executions: If you played Doom Eternal you've seen these. They earn you more materials and restore hp. But the animations are repetitive and while you can hit space to skip them, it really breaks up the mood in a fight. They should be disable-able. Also later on your guns are so strong that you rarely can get executions due to the enemy dying to quick, so then you are punished for being too strong. Really I wish they were not in the game at all and all kills restored hp.
Stealth/Burning/Puzzle missions: I bought a space mech game to kill stuff. Missions that make me stealth, avoid sunlight, and solve lazer puzzles are not what I wanted. Also don't like the few escort quests.
Anyway if you are in a mood to blow things up and don't need a good storyline to do so, this will do fine.