Frontline Tactics permite-te comandar um moderno grupo de combate de elite através de várias missões; desde defender e controlar uma localização ou bens até eliminar e sobreviver a qualquer custo.
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Data de lançamento: 26 Out, 2012

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"Frontline Tactics is just about as perfect a free-to-play model as you'll ever find in a game.”
Gamespy

Key Features

  • A highly addictive military tactics game with cross platform multiplayer over a variety of desktop and mobile releases
  • Frontline Tactics is free to play; no subscription fee required to enjoy everything the battlefield has to offer
  • Single player with completely realistic AI
  • Multiplayer modes; versus and coop that allow you to battle against or with real players in numerous missions
  • Realistic world setting with authentically designed gear, weapons and armor
  • Customize your soldiers for each mission with weapons, armor, equipment and skills to survive in the battlefield
  • Unique and dynamic battle order system keeping gameplay exciting and demanding
  • Unlock various Achievements as you move closer to victory
  • Progressive development schedule including free software updates and features, and new purchasable character packs, and in-game items

Atualizado recentemente

New features with Version 1.2:

  • Friendlist upgrade; add players to your friendlist from random opponent battles. Who was once a stranger can maybe be your best battle companion!
  • Post game chat for meeting up with new and long time in-game friends. Discuss strategy, schedule your next campaign, or simply hang out!
  • Improved chat UI; easier to read and coordinate chat with friends
  • Full controller Support on Steam Big Picture! Take the battle to the big screen with your 360 controller on your PC

Steam Big Picture

Acerca deste jogo

Uma visão moderna sobre o género Tático baseado em turnos, com modo multijogador compatível com diversas plataformas como PC, Mac e iOS.

2025 – Um pequeno grupo militar liderado por um homem louco; Akhali Muhamar ameaça tomar o controlo de Fahrahn, uma nação rica em petróleo. O país é um grande fornecedor de petróleo para o mundo Ocidental e interesses nacionais estão ameaçados. Um grupo de soldados de elite foi chamado para conter a revolta e manter a paz através de uma ação militar antes que se torne uma guerra de escala maior.

Frontline Tactics permite-te comandar um moderno grupo de combate de elite através de várias missões; desde defender e controlar uma localização ou bens até eliminar e sobreviver a qualquer custo. Equipa os teus soldados com armas modernas, munição e equipamentos e dá-lhes as técnicas para vingarem no campo de batalha. Joga contra uma IA implacável e inteligente no modo para um jogador ou luta nos modo multijogador e coop em diversas plataformas; PC, Mac e iOS.

Características Principais

  • Um jogo militar altamente viciante que pode ser jogado em diversos PCs e plataformas móveis
  • Configurações realistas com modelos autênticos de personagens, armas e munições
  • Personaliza os teus soldados para cada missão com armas, armadura, equipamentos e habilidades para sobreviverem no campo de batalha
  • Sistema de batalha organizado, único e dinâmico que mantém o campo de batalha ativo e exigente
  • Modo para um jogador contra IA completamente realística
  • Modos multijogador, versus e coop que te permitem lutar contra ou com jogadores reais em diversas missões
  • Desbloqueia várias Proezas conforme chegas mais perto da vitória
  • Frontline Tactics é F2P (Grátis para jogar); não existem taxas de subscrição mensal obrigatórias para desfrutar de tudo o que o campo de batalha tem para oferecer

Requisitos do Sistema

PC
Mac
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7 / Vista / XP
    • Processor: 1 GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 256 MB of RAM
    • Hard Drive: 300 MB HD space
    Minimum:
    • OS: OS X version Snow Leopard 10.6 or later
    • Processor: Intel 1 GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 256 MB of RAM
    • Hard Drive: 300 MB HD space
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2 de 2 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
0.8 hrs em registo
legal :)
Publicada: 31 Julho
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1 de 2 pessoas (50%) acharam esta análise útil
3.6 hrs em registo
o jogo parece fixe :D
Publicada: 10 Abril
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49 de 60 pessoas (82%) acharam esta análise útil
0.5 hrs em registo
This is a first impressions after 30 minutes of gameplay

Frontline Tactics is a Turn-based strategy game in the same vain as X-COM and Silent Storm. Upon booting up the game you're given two soldiers with mediocre weapons and have to kill terrorists in the name of 'Murica. I can safely say that at first, Frontline Tactics seemed really promising, sporting typical mechanics of the genre like hiding behind cover, spotting and customizing your team members. I was going to overlook the stupid AI and the bad graphics, because the game was fun. After a few missions my soldiers kept getting slaughtered by Turban-wearing terrorists, so I went over to the store page, and to my horror and disbelief, I realized exactly what this game is..

It's a trap, a trap designed to squeeze as much money out of the player as possible. When going into this game, forget everything you know about fair free-to-play models, none of that is to be found here. After completing a mission you're given money to spend towards weapons and equipment. Unfortunately you're not given enough to buy anything from the store where everything is ridiculously expensive, and just like the awful mobile games the developer drew it's inspiration from, there is a cash shop where you can buy in-game currency with real money. One look at the ''downloadable content'' on the store page should tell you everything you need to know about this game. Want different types of soldiers? Then you're going to have to pay 4,59€ each. Does this sound free to play to anyone?

You either make a game free-to-play and give gamers the tools to play it properly, and then have little bonuses and customizable items available for those who like the game enough to spend money on it, or you make us pay for the game and get everything. There should be no middle-ground. The store page is a complete and utter lie, and I'm ashamed of each and every one who rated this joke of a game positively.

Frontline Tactics is only free to play in the sense that you get to download it and play the first few missions, after that you're forced to pay to make the game even remotely enjoyable. Don't even bother downloading this travesty.
Publicada: 16 Julho
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52 de 72 pessoas (72%) acharam esta análise útil
6.4 hrs em registo
Do you have no money? Do you like turn based strategy games? Did you lose your keyboard but still have your mouse(for some strange reason)? Do you only have one arm? then this is the free game for you! alot of fun and you never ever even use your keyboard. Yup mouse only perfect for all of the single armed gamers out there.
Publicada: 16 Maio
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9 de 10 pessoas (90%) acharam esta análise útil
18.5 hrs em registo
Frontline Tactics is a free-to-play squad level, turn-based tactical game where missions become available on a strategic regional map and missions take place on an isometric map based on one of several static locations (Fishing village, tank battle, etc).

The basic aim of the game is to complete missions on the game map with the soldiers you have available and the skills and weapons at their disposal. As you complete more missions you earn credits which can be spent upgrade your team. For every 5th mission completed, you get to unlock certain strategic options, such as more mission types (Liberate area, Defend area, Timed survival etc), more locations (maps) plus bonuses such as +credits or +team member slots.

Its basically a pay-to-pay game, with anything from squad members, solder proficiencies, soldier skills, equipment, weapons, weapon attachments being able to be purchased with in-game credits. However you do not have to pay, credits can be earned while just playing through missions, which is what I have done. Its slower, alot slower but, it just means you will have to play alot more missions to get you squad up to spec.

I have mixed feelings about about this game. On one hand the gameplay is fiendishly addictive but, on the other hand it can be enormously frustrating to play. Luckily its quite forgiving if you get your squad killed or fail a mission as all soldiers have infinite lives and you can replay missions when you lose.

What it does do really well is provide a great representation of squad scale tactical battles which are fun and furious and include: use of cover, crossfire, close and ranged combat, thrown explosives, use of camoflague, decent mission variety, overwatch, soldier perks & skills and a decent range of equipment and weapons.

What it doesnt do so well is that it isnt balanced on two levels. It doesnt provide a fair challenge as in alot of missions you will be outnumbered, the enemy will move first in droves and sometimes they will move twice before you even do so and kill several of your men before they have even had a chance to move. Secondly the rate at which you can upgrade is quite slow depending on your strategy.

However once you do put in a few hours and have completed around 40 missions you will have earned enough credits to have a decent team with dual proficiencies (rifles, smgs, close-combat, hand-to-hand, sniper or heavy weapons) with some armour, some may have grenades (stun, frags) even if your team will have basic skills (one for each proficiency) and basic weapons (which can be upgraded from late 80s to future-tech). At this stage the game gets to be very enjoyable as even if your enemy gets the jump on you, you should be able to recover and lead your team to victory in most cases.

While I havent purchased any in-game credits I did buy the extra soldier dlcs when on sale, and they were more than worth it as you only start your team with 2 solders.

Overall the game is just about recommendable as it is more enjoyable than frustrating and worth the time of anyone who loved Jagged Alliance 2 or any game of that genre.

** Just be warned that if you are after 100% achievements there is one were you must buy £80/$100/100euros worth of credits just to unlock. ^^ **
Publicada: 13 Agosto
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