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Echoes: Act 1

rated 4.42 / 5 stars
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Strategy - Real-time (RTS)

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Nov 3, 2010 | 9:42 AM EDT
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Author Comments

Echoes is an action-strategy game. It's set in an extensive universe on a torn Earth almost three-hundred years in the future. It joins the famous real-time strategy genre with many elements from the third person shooter genre, in a side-scrolling environment.

Please note this game is loaded with action, and may load on your cpu. If you have any slow frame rates try to lower the graphic settings. Also note Echoes is a heavy story-teller, with scenes and dialogues. If you're in only for the action, there's always a skip button in the corner.

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Combat mode:
- Mouse - aim, shoot
- W,A,S,D - movement
- Shift - sprint
- Q - command, drag for select units
- E - action circle
- 1-6 - activate abilities
- Z,X,C,V,B - select weapon
- Space - switch to Strategy mode
P, ESC - Pause game
Strategy mode:
- W,A,S,D - camera movement
- Shift - faster camera movement
- Mouse drag - select units
- Mouse click - order units to move
- Ctrl + Mouse click - order units to attack-move
- Hold shift while selecting units to select additional units.
- Space - switch to Combat mode.
- Ctrl + 1-5 to group a few units together.
P, ESC - Pause game



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


Know how much it sucks to be sitting there watching your army get wiped out by a mortar shooting enemy on a hill that you can't reach because your own troops shoot mortars that don't go far enough to reach that blast you back. I actually got stuck in a never ending blast recoil loop from this, being tossed back and forth like a volleyball.

The game has promise. But as it is, the campaign is very short, and the ally AI needs work, and it would probably be good to turn off friendly fire. Those tank things are way too strong too. Or the aerial support needs a buff.

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Rated 1 / 5 stars

Bad ยก

- You can confusing controls
-Enemies are more than your army
-Your army are a bunch of chickens ( they do not fight by themselves)
-You always be under pressure without help of yours
-Everything you built is destroyed quickly
-You get frustrated 5 minutes later of start playing
-Maybe you leave the game without finish it


Rated 5 / 5 stars

cannot wait untill others

graphics- awesome sauce
controls-better believe it, awesome sauce
storyline-awesomer sauce
gameplay-awesomest sauce
atmosphere-awesomester sauce
There is nothing I would change about this game.
Oh and I can't figure out where you get the other weapons,
and characters, enemies, boss all coolest looking(their beast)!


Rated 3 / 5 stars

The Good, The Bad, and The Boring

This can be split down pretty easily into the "positives" (things that gained you points) and "negatives" (which lost you points):

- attempt to have a side-scrolling RTS
- ability to 'command' other troops on battlefield
- graphics (not great, but not terrible)
- variety of allies, enemies, and maps
- survival mode

- in-game music (you don't lose points for this, because it can be turned off)
- voice acting
- dialogue takes up half of the in-battle screen
- story too reminiscent of a few current Triple-A FPS games
- poor layout of controls
- allies are incredibly stupid

Honestly, the troops that you are allied with couldn't win a fight with a brick wall.

Overall it was an okay game. It wasn't anything special, but it's not awful.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


i dont get it alot of pepol gave this game 7 at max 9 i dont know why the game is freaking aweosome i love it my self ... i think its for the fact that you cant just shoot your way throw the game but at times have to think but i dont know the games is aweomse so are this guys other games and that it