IVhorseman wrote:Would you say it's worth buying?
Tzan wrote:So after further play is it still awesome?
Yes, still awesome. I'm on the verge of liberating the first sector, I just need to do one final mission which involves driving an armoured truck through a couple dozen tracking arrays (which includes the many guards defending them).
Tzan wrote:After reading the web site I get the impression that you can roam free doing the various activities that diminish the bad guy control of an area. Also responding to events that occur. Which is pretty much what you said already.
In a nutshell, the point of the game is to free each sector from the control of the military corporation EDF. To do this, you have to:
A) Complete the main, story missions for that sector (there's only like 3 or 4 each)
B) Lower the EDF Control to 0
To lower the Control, you basically destroy any EDF property marked on your map, and by also doing side-missions (like responding to events, as you said). There's also something else, called Morale.
As the Morale increases, you earn better rewards from missions, and it also increases the likeliness of citizens joining you in fighting the EDF.