Modern Combat transports players into the midst of a high-tech war between the current-day Chinese and U.S. militaries. Incorporating all-new factions, units, doctrines, gamemodes, artwork, music, maps, and singleplayer missions, we aim to craft the most immersive and enjoyable strategic representation of 21st-century combat possible on the PC.

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Landkreuzer Feb 27 2010 says:


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404-Edios Feb 27 2010 says:

This is the part of games i love, Blowing crap up.

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Admiral_Thrawn Mar 10 2010 replied:

The only thing better than blowing crap up?
Blowing crap up with a railgun.

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404-Edios Mar 20 2010 replied:

Nah, i like Infantry front lines up close and personal, but sitting back at a safe FOB is nice too, and give me your Definition of Railgun do you mean a Sci fi one or something else. And yes they are sorta real

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Infantry1242 Jun 24 2010 replied:

Yea,i am the Infantry person,hence the name "Infanty1242" but i will put infantry with a tank for protection as it is more protective and wont cost me menpower lolz.

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Darkbladecr Feb 27 2010 says:

haha I'm with you on that one XD

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Yanivvv Feb 28 2010 says:

this is great!
i love it when i blow my enemy from afar!

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QuakeRiley Mar 1 2010 says:

i would hate to face against that on a bridge.

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jerped20 Mar 30 2010 says:

I wanted to have it on the orignal but this is opposing fronts... -_-"

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