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Front Mission 5: Scars of the War (フロントミッション フィフス ~スカーズ・オブ・ザ・ウォー~ Furonto Misshon Fuifusu ~Sukaazu Ofu Za Uoo~?) is a tactical role-playing game developed and published by Square Enix Co., Ltd., and was released in Japan on December 29, 2005. Front Mission 5: Scars of the War is the sixth main entry and ninth entry overall in the Front Mission series. Like other Front Mission titles, Front Mission 5: Scars of the War is part of a serialized storyline that follows the stories of various characters and their struggles involving mecha known as wanzers.

A complete fan-made English translation patch for the original Front Mission 5: Scars of the War version was released on December 29, 2009 by the group Front Mission: Series Translation Project.

Unlike all other Front Mission titles, the story of Front Mission 5: Scars of the War uses a very different approach. Set over the course of five decades starting from 2070, the game encapsulates the entire serialized storyline and concludes it. All unresolved plot elements from past Front Mission entries are finally brought to their conclusion as the story unfolds. However, because of this storytelling approach, only players who have played all of the previous entries can fully understand the game's story. These entries are: Front Mission 2089, Front Mission 2089-II, Front Mission: Online, Front Mission, Front Mission 2, Front Mission 3, and Front Mission 4. Additionally, there are several story elements from Front Mission Alternative that are also brought to their conclusion in the game.
Globalization sweeps the world in the early 21st century. Facing a recession and other worldwide crises, many nations set aside their differences and form supranational unions. The European Union, formed in 1993, was renamed the European Community (E.C.) in 2005 when all nations of Europe joined the bloc. In 2015, the Commonwealth of Independent States unites to form the Republic of Zaftra. In 2020, the countries of North America and South America band together to create the United States of the New Continent (U.S.N.). The nations of Southeast Asia, Australia, and Oceania form the Oceania Cooperative Union in 2026. The countries of Africa unite under the Organization of African Consolidation in 2030. Nation-states became a relic of the past as less countries were willing to face the world's crises alone. In this globalized world, conflicts are less frequent, economies prosper, quality of life improves, and peace in long-troubled regions are finally achieved. However, this dream does not last long as new conflicts show the world that mankind never learns from its mistakes.

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Smashey9 View Profile
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7 years ago
Works with ESR. Thanks
Anonymous 7 years ago
Yeah no problem!
Kiryu_Kazuma View Profile
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7 years ago
Keep this English patched Jap games comin, brotha! Downloaded that DragonQuest V and lovin it! Thanks
Anonymous 7 years ago
Trying to man, love translated games!
AVM1986 View Profile
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5 years ago
Loved Front Mission 3 and this part is great as well. Very nice with the English translation by the way.
BALDOGON View Profile
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3 years ago
Thank you so much!
aliens8us View Profile
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3 years ago
Downloaded and burned on DVD-R Windata at 4x. Forgot to ESR patch it, but FreeMcBoot loaded the game just fine. Japanese text in the very beginning of the game, but is skippable. Only played up until the mission briefing, after the tutorial, and everything was in Englsh and worked
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