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Dynasty Warriors: Gundam

by Koei
Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Teen

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  • Gundam brings the fast-paced excitement and epic, cinematic action of the Dynasty Warriors franchise to the futuristic battlegrounds of the rich Gundam universe on the next generation platforms
  • Get in the cockpits of your favorite Mobile Suits, the ultimate weapons of war, and fight across a host of battlefields of the future rendered in high-definition graphics both terrestrial and stellar at a lightning fast speed
  • Play out the action of the rich Gundam universe spanning from the Universal Century to the Future Century as any of your favorite heroes and villains
  • Explore and live adventures in the rich and detailed setting of the Gundam multi-verse from a myriad of perspectives with subtle twists through the new eyes of each character
  • Dynamic gameplay modes - Enjoy a variety of action-packed game modes such as Official Mode, Original Mode, Versus Mode and more
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • ESRB Rating: Teen Teen
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product Details

Platform for Display: Xbox 360
  • ASIN: B000RF1N4A
  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 13.3 x 1.3 cm
  • Release Date: Aug. 28 2007
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #17,456 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)
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Platform for display:Xbox 360

Dynasty Warriors: Gundam takes gamers through an intergalactic conflict where the only hope for survival is to annihilate the encroaching opposing forces. It's one-versus-many as gamers fight at lightning speed aboard their favorite Mobile Suit the ultimate weapon of war. Gamers have the opportunity to explore the rich and detailed setting of the Gundam multi-verse from a myriad of perspectives. Assume the role of legendary heroes and villains while strategically enhancing their power skills and abilities. Play out the legendary scenes from the rich storyline and marvel at the subtle twists viewed through the eyes of each character. Furthermore players can unlock Mobile Suits and Pilots from different Gundam universe time lines while accomplishing secret missions adding limitless replayability. With a variety of game types including Official Original and Versus Mode gamers must overcome impossible odds to bring their Mobile Suits to victory. Format: XBOX 360 Genre: ACTION/ADVENTURE Rating: T UPC: 722674210133 Manufacturer No: 21013

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25 of 36 people found the following review helpful
Don't Listen to That Ghey Reviewer. Aug. 30 2007
By T Boz - Published on
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
There is a reason this was the first hit game for both Xbox 360 and the PS3 in Japan, it's fun! Fans of both Dynasty Warriors and Gundam will love the mechanics of fighting off hordes of enemy mechs, while retaining the DW mechanics that have made the series so popular. The number of enemies on-screen is amazing, and the sharp graphics do the Gundam universe proud. Don't believe that 12 year-old boy who I'm sure hasn't even played this game yet and just wants to see his review on Amazon. If you like hack and slash games, or beautiful mech designs, do yourself a favor and pick this one up, you might even find it used somewhere.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
You know if you want this. June 12 2008
By Michigoon - Published on
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
Whether or not you'll enjoy this game depends almost entirely on viewing the cover. If you see "Dynasty Warriors" and "Gundam" paired together and immediately scream in glee, this is the perfect game for you. Otherwise, be cautious.

Honestly, there's a lot to hate about this game. The combat consists entirely of mashing buttons to take down hordes of generic enemies that are actually the same 2-3 bad guys repeated endlessly, punctuated by the occasional boss. Boss fights are hampered by the massive amount of juggling inherent to the combo system- either you spend the entire battle wailing on the enemy, or they start a combo, and you can only watch helplessly as they continue hitting until their combo ends. Combat is further hampered because health items drop entirely randomly, so if you're unlucky enough to get tagged with damage at any point you'll spend minutes hunting the map for item boxes and praying you get the right item. The graphics are serviceable, but don't really scream "next-gen".

For all the minuses this game presents, there's a plus that might outweigh it. The biggest is the inclusion of many great Gundams to play as- you can play famous mobile suits from Amuro's RX-78-2 (Mobile Suit Gundam) to Heero's Wing Zero (Gundam Wing)- I was especially pleased by the inclusion of Zech Marquise in Gundam Epyon (Gundam Wing). Game modes don't go online or present anything terribly original, but there's the usual Warrior-esque Story/Campaign, and a couple of extra fighting modes for a bit of variety mostly designed around battling versus friends. There's even a very small RPG aspect, where you collect various components during the story to upgrade your Gundam.

Overall, this is a fun little hack-and-slash game built for a very specific audience. If you're someone in that audience, then this is a very solid title that I highly recommend. If you're not in that audience, this game will be merely a generic hack-and-slash title for you.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Enjoyable.... as long as..... Oct. 5 2007
By J. Jacobs - Published on
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
Dynasty Warriors: Gundam is exactly what you will expect. If you go into this thinking "I hope that this is alot different from Dynasty Warriors!", then you are going to be disappointed. This follows the Koei formula of "If you send waves of waves of peasants, they will come.", though substitute peasants for giant fighting robots.

If you don't enjoy Dynasty Warriors, you will hate this game. On the flipside of that, this is a fresh, new environment to kill in.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Button Mashing Fun, Repetitive, But Fun March 22 2008
By D. Bowman - Published on
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
I am one of those dorks who bought almost every version of Dynasty Warriors. This made for a great change of pace.

I was a fan of the show, but I didn't watch all of the versions of the robot anime.
Now I find myself trying to find the episodes to learn what I missed.

I am addicted to unlocking the "mechanics" and pilot techniques.

Fun game.
Weak Start to the Dynasty Warriors: Gundam Titles Aug. 4 2014
By Pow3rh0use - Published on
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
I am a fan of the Dynasty Warriors titles. However, I was looking for something to change the setting up for me. I don't have any prior knowledge to the Gundam series, but battling with giant robots looked awesome. While it does offer some fun, it suffers in both re-playability and gameplay.

For the graphics, they look very impressive for an early 360 title. The only complaint I have is the low-res textures on the environments. The mobile suits look awesome and the enemies look decent, but the bad environment effects are dated at best. The colors are also very vibrant when using a sp attack (musou attack).

The gameplay is my issue with this game. The Dynasty Warriors series prides itself on its repetitive but addicting nature of gameplay. This one sure gets repetitive, but it isn't fun or addicting at all.

One of the biggest problems is the partner AI. Your teammates cannot hold their own even against normal enemies that have no face. You will constantly move throughout the rather large maps in order to constantly save your teammates. This is how most of your missions will end up failing since your mobile suit is not a high enough level or fast enough to save everyone.

This forces you to needlessly grind out missions to level up your pilot and your mech suit (which are separate). However, leveling up your mobile suit only applies to that character as if you were to use that suit with another pilot, you will have to level up that suit again. It makes it pointless to use other suits since you will become a high level with your main suit.

As well as the gameplay, the game suffers in replay value. You have two modes: Official Mode and Original Mode. Official mode tells the events of the first three Gundam shows in the Universal Timeline. Original Mode has characters all over the Gundam universe with their own original storyline regarding a planet about to crash into earth. Each character has about 5 missions or so, and that's it. There is a verus mode, but you'll probably rarely play it. There's not much reason to replay the missions (unless you need to grind out your character to level up).

To pad out the game, the missions are excruciatingly long and tedious. For example, Herro's last mission took over 43 minutes to complete. 43 MINUTES WITHOUT DYING! Almost one hour. The mission didn't vary itself as all I had to do was capture bases, defeat certain enemies, defend certain bases, and defend your friends.

As I said before, I am a huge fan of the Dynasty Warriors series. However, this game just didn't turn out well for me. Fighting with giant mechs is enjoyable, but the crap AI, the tedious grinding, the way too long missions, and the lack of replay value certainly hold this game down. I'd recommend to just get any of the Dynasty Warriors games or to just get the sequel: Dynasty Warriors Gundam 2.

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