T-MEK is the cybersled simulator game from Time Warner Interactive that's taking the country by storm. The game is huge on action and technique plus it is a lot of fun to play. Now, right along with Primal Rage, T-MEK is getting an update. Here are some of the features of T-MEK 5.1: The Warlords.
When a player starts a game, they choose the experience level Beginner or Advanced. If you're a Beginner, the game is quite a bit easier. Advanced MEKs (Hyper, Lurker, Suicide) may not be chosen. When an enemy hits you. the MEK will automatically turn toward the attacker. If the player has not scored any points for a while, the MEK will be transported to the location of an opponent. Players cannot avoid the POV missile. If the player's MEK has been destroyed three times in a row without the player having destroyed anyone else's MEK, the player's MEK takes damage at a greatly reduced rate. At the Battle Results Screen, beginning players will not see the number of kills they made.
Two new instructional screens have been added to version 5.1 to make the basic objectives of T-MEK combat clearer. These screens appear after the player selects a MEK.
New Codes and Tricks
There are several new joystick motions and stick combo tricks in version 5.1. These will be described in the next EGM .
A new option allows you to choose a Boss' MEK by typing his name in to the Identify Yourself Screen at the beginning of the game. This can have surprising effects. Sometimes it will feel like you have more power than you can handle!
Look for more coverage of Time Warner Interactive's updates to Primal Rage and T-MEK in EGM.
Processor: PC compatible, P-200
OS: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game Features:Single game mode
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