Role-playing game. Freedom force features a good story driven campaign. The campaign consists of a linear series of missions and this single player experience is definitely the highlight. The whole campaign is structured like a comic book series. Besides the campaign, there's a single-player skirmish mode in which you can take on waves of different foes in a variety of different environments. Though the game superficially resembles a parody of old comic books, it exhibits the same fun-loving, anything-goes spirit and sincere, serious storytelling that was the hallmark of the classics. The real role-playing elements come in the form of the character-customization system. Characters gain experience points between missions and you can buy new abilities or upgrade existing ones with these points. It's a good system that lets you make meaningful decisions without miring you down in too much minutia. You can also slightly influence the story depending on which characters you bring into a mission. Overall, the combat system is easy to get into, but it's quite deep, meaning that characters can have dramatically different abilities, strengths, and weaknesses. A number of the game's missions are races against time or other such endurance tests, which help break up the action while adding some suspense. The game doesn't get frustrating, though, thanks partly to the ability to quickly save your progress at any time.
Extras and features:
Excellent Story and Characters Simple, Entertaining Gameplay Skirmish, Multiplayer, and Superhero Building Features
Occasionally brain-dead enemy AI
Windows XP,Windows Me,Windows 2000,Windows 98
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