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7th Legion

Windows - 1997

Alt names 第七军团, Planet Siege
Year 1997
Platform Windows
Released in Taiwan, United Kingdom, United States (1997)
Worldwide (2014)
Genre Strategy
Theme BattleMech, Post-Apocalyptic, RTS, Real-Time, Sci-Fi / Futuristic
Publisher Acer TWP Corp, MicroProse Ltd., MicroProse Software, Inc., Night Dive Studios, LLC, Tommo Inc.
Developer Epic MegaGames, Inc., Vision Software, Inc.
Perspectives Isometric, Diagonal-down
4.56 / 5 - 15 votes

Description of 7th Legion

7th Legion (aka 第七军团, Planet Siege), a really nice strategy game sold in 1997 for Windows, is available and ready to be played again! Time to play a battlemech, post-apocalyptic, real-time, sci-fi / futuristic and rts video game title.

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Comments and reviews

Souf 2021-06-09 0 point

Too bad last time I tried the lan multiplayer it didn't work. Any fix?

jjhammer 2019-10-11 1 point

Looks like Dominion Storm over Gift 3 that ion storm got from 7th level based off G-nome... i wish someone would remake Gnone and Mech Warrior games lol

jose 2019-02-04 0 point

why the units in screenshots remember to the warhammer 40k's age of strife units ?

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