Immersed in a series of increasingly frantic missions, you - playing the part of Hawk, the pilot of the prototype Battle Engine, codenamed Aquila - take part in a saga that sweeps across a ravaged globe. You alone must pilot the fearsome Battle Engine Aquila, a behemoth war machine and the single most destructive unit on the battlefield, capable of patrolling from the ground or attacking from the air. One-on-one you can destroy most individual enemy units, but you cant take them all out single-handed - there are simply too many of them! Read more for the full review ...
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Encore today announced that it has begun shipping Battle Engine Aquila, a mech combat game with land and air engagement. The PC game will begin reaching store shelves by the end of this week, and retail for approximately $30.
Encore/Lost Toys have released a demo allowing you to check out their Xbox port, coming to PC soon. The demo features 1 missionn amed "Interception" in which you have to protect the transport convoy then help the firebase defenses deal with the enemy threat. Read more for download links ...
You alone must pilot the fearsome Battle Engine Aquila, a behemoth war machine and the single most destructive unit on the battlefield, capable of patrolling from the ground or attacking from the air. One-on-one you can destroy most individual enemy units, but you cant take them all out single-handed - there are simply too many of them!
Encore today announced that it has signed an exclusive North American agreement with UK-based Lost Toys to publish the PC version of Battle Engine Aquila, a mech combat game with land and air engagement. Under this agreement, Encore is managing sales, distribution and marketing for the game, while Lost Toys is delivering the content. Read more for details and some new screens ...
Respected developer Lost Toys today announced that it has developed a GeForceFX2 (aka NV35) version of its acclaimed shooter Battle Engine Aquila to be made available for bundling through OEM specialists Vector OEM Content. The fully optimised PC version has been approved by nVidia and will be shown on the company's booth at E3 as part of its 'The Way It's Meant To Be Played' campaign.
by Chris "Fozz" Breci on Feb. 2, 2003 @ 11:42 p.m. PST | Filed under Reviews
A sudden climatic change triggers a global crisis and a dramatic betrayal propels an adolescent misfit into a heroic battle for survival. The Battle Engine Aquila world consists of a series of islands that result from devastating climatic changes brought on by centuries of atmospheric pollution. With land at a premium, tensions have built between the surviving nations, as each tries to stake claim to the precious dry land. Is Battle Engine just 'another' mech clone or does it offer something new!? Read more and find out...
Atari shipped the eagerly-anticipated "Battle Engine Aquila" to retail stores nationwide this week for the PS2 and the Xbox. Developed by Lost Toys and published by Atari, "Battle Engine Aquila" is a fierce and frenetic shooter that puts players at the helm of the most advanced war machine ever created -- the "Battle Engine Aquila." Tasked with protecting a world from hostile rebel forces, players will utilize an impressive and visually stunning arsenal of pulse cannons, micro missiles, spread bombs and much more, each critical to prevailing in the game's continuously evolving war zone. We are currently reviewing our Xbox copy, so stay tuned!
Infogrames and Lost Toys have announced that Battle Engine Aquila has gone gold for Xbox and PS2 and is expected to appear in stores early 2003 (original date is slated January 2003). Set on the planet Allium where climate changes have resulted in the sea raising, Battle Engine Aquila has players fighting with the faction known as the Forseti against another called the Muspell in his battle tank, the Battle Engine Aquila. Check out the official website for more details ...
Battle Engine Aquila, developed by Lost Toys and published by Atari, is a fierce and frenetic shooter that puts players at the helm of the most advanced war machine ever created the Battle Engine Aquila. The Battle Engine features an impressive and visually stunning arsenal of pulse cannons, micro missiles, spread bombs and much more, each critical to prevailing in the game’s continuously evolving warzone. The Battle Engine Aquila website has tons of screenshots, trailer and other goodies ...
Infogrames just flooded us with a slew of screens from their upcoming titles. We got screens & art from Battle Engine Aquila (Xbox), screens from Superman: The Man of Steel (Xbox) and art & screens from Master of Orion III (PC). Check them out & Njoy!
Infogrames is blasting Battle Engine Aquila, an intense first-person mech-combat game, onto the Xbox and the PS2 this winter. Towering over photo-realistic battlefields, players will control a cutting-edge prototype tank—the Battle Engine Aquila, the single-most powerful unit on the battlefield—to lead their nation to victory. Njoy the screens!
Infogrames is proud to announce the signing of Battle Engine Aquila on Sony PlayStation 2 and Microsoft XBOX next generation consoles. Designed and developed by Lost Toys, this graphically stunning, futuristic first-person shooter is looking to be one of the blockbusters of 2002.
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