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New Front Mission 1st: Remake Trailer Introduces Classic and Modern Modes

Front Mission 1st: Remake artwork depicting a Wanzer - a large robot armed with weaponry.

Forever Entertainment has released a new gameplay trailer for Front Mission 1st: Remake. The new trailer introduces two modes, Classic and Modern, that let you experience the game with different features.

Classic Mode more closely matches the experience of the original Super Famicom release. It features a fixed isometric camera and the original soundtrack. Modern Mode introduces modern quality-of-life updates, a free-roaming rotatable camera, a remastered soundtrack, and an all-new overhead map.

Here’s an overview of Front Mission 1st: Remake from the video description.

Plan, deploy, and strike!

FRONT MISSION 1st: Remake comes back with updated graphics and modern approach! Choose your side and enter the battlefield equipped with the armed Wanzer – the future of Huffman Island is in your hands.

• The game features new game mode and tweaks to the gameplay and mechanics
• The legendary soundtrack fully reorchestrated
• Original soundtrack available

In the year 2090, the world’s conflicts are fought using giant war machines called Wanzers. Huffman Island, the only place where the Oceania Cooperative Union (O.C.U.) and the Unified Continental States (U.C.S.) share a land border is a hotbed of conflict.

With dozens of characters to meet, its mature story, and non-Manichean protagonists, Front Mission is the classic tactical Japanese RPG, finally available worldwide.

Front Mission 1st: Remake releases for Nintendo Switch on November 30th. Remakes of Front Mission 2 and Front Mission 3 are also in development.

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Joshua Lindquist

Joshua Lindquist

Joshua is a video game enthusiast with a passion for niche The Legend of Zelda. When he's not writing articles, he's probably writing code, hunting down more games to add to his collection (backlog?), or pestering someone to play Ogre Battle 64 (you totally should).

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