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PS2 - Future Tactics: The Uprising (PAL) shop-sealed

PS2 - Future Tactics: The Uprising (PAL) shop-sealed
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PS2 - Future Tactics: The Uprising (PAL) shop-sealed


Shop-sealed game for the Sony PlayStation 2 game console. 

PAL version. 
In-game language, instruction booklet and cover insert text are English.
Shop-sealed. Seal has light shelf wear. Please refer to pictures for details of condition and contents. 

Genre: 3D turn-based tactical shooter 
Number of players: 1-2 

EAN 9006113122210

Product code SLES 52701 

Future Tactics: The Uprising is a turn based tactical shooter video game by Zed Two. Once known as Pillage, this colourful turn based shooter was stuck in development for a number of years before being picked up by Crave for a US release, followed shortly by JoWood for a European release. It plays a lot like the Worms 3D games and has a story penned by Paul Rose. The game features a geo-mod system in which almost anything can be destroyed, leaving battlefields scarred by craters.

It was released on PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube and Windows. A Gizmondo version was planned but canceled after Tiger Telematics went bankrupt.

The plot of the game revolves around Low, his sister Pepper, and any other survivors they can find, trying to rid the world of the mysterious and malevolent "creatures" that are slowly taking over the planet.

Gameplay always involves a set of two teams. One team moves all its players, and then the other. The characters fire by aiming at a target and then matching two lines for the precise firing zone. Depending on the upgrades received, the player characters may also zoom in or add an extra boost of power before firing. Firing can destroy parts of the environment, which is one of the selling points of the game. Character progression is based on experience attained from killing enemies, or finding hidden items in the environment. Gaining a level lets the player pick a new ability or boost for the character.

Although not a new game plus in the traditional sense, if a player continues the game after finishing all 19 episodes, a change to the turn mechanics in combat is made. Instead of an entire team moving at a time, only one character may move before it becomes the other team's turn. Turns are then rotated throughout the characters.
Source: Wikipedia