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AI The quality of the game's intelligence, usually for the behavior of opponents. 3.1
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work and the game plays. 3.2
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Overall User Score (9 votes) 3.2

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Im ganzen ist The Ghost Bear's Legacy ein neuer und interessanter Aspekt des MechWarrior-Universums. Es bietet genug neues Material, um den Kauf zu rechtfertigen, und könnte von der Größe her sogar ein eigenständiges Spiel sein.
GameSpot (May 01, 1996)
Ghost Bear Legacy is a good package, not a great one. There are only twelve missions, and gamers would have benefited greatly from a mission editor. Still, it proves there's some kick left in the old Mech 2, and if you finished the original missions you'll probably want to check it out.
Go get the DOS version of Ghost Bear's Legacy! Activision claims this is the Pentium Processor Editon for Win95. I didn't see a damn thing that made playing this version better than the DOS version on a Pentium. We played the DOS version on Pentiums then. Today we are playing Ghost Bear on those same machines, and it is less enjoyable because of the lack of support under Win95 for a bunch of devices that worked fine with the DOS version. Don't take this scathing review as a criticism of the game. It is marvelous, and no one here can say a damn bad thing about it, but I just don't see any reason whatsoever to purchase this version instead of the DOS version when this version is inferior. I highly recommend you read our full review of the DOS version of GBL which we did last year. It will give you an idea of just what the game is all about. We really can't knock the game, but its Win95 interface sours the experience.