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Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 2 - PlayStation 2

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Platform: PlayStation2
  • 2-player local co-op multiplayer support.
  • Combines the fast-paced excitement and epic, cinematic action of the Dynasty Warriors gameplay with the rich storylines and characters of the Gundam universe.
  • More mobile suits, plus stories featuring mecha from the latest Gundam series, including Char's Counter Attack and more.
  • Play as any of your favorite Gundam characters utilizing customizable mobile suits.
  • Engage in melee battles against the massive Psyco Gundam, which can quickly reconfigure their bodies into titanic mobile fortresses.

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Platform: PlayStation2
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  • ASIN: B001L8DKI4
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.6 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: April 21, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,022 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Platform: PlayStation2

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DYNASTY WARRIORS: GUNDAM 2 combines the devastating power of the Mobile Suit, the rich legacy of the GUNDAM universe, and the furious Tactical Action game play of the DYNASTY WARRIORS series. For the first time, engage in melee battles against colossal enemies such as the Psycho Gundam who can quickly reconfigure their bodies into titanic mobile fortresses. Prepare to head off into the furthest reaches of space and wage war against legions of enemy Mobile Suits!

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Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 2 combines the devastating power of the mobile suit, the rich legacy of the anime Gundam universe, and the furious tactical action gameplay of the Dynasty Warriors series. For the first time, engage in melee battles against colossal enemies such as the Psycho Gundam who can quickly reconfigure their bodies into titanic mobile fortresses. Prepare to head off into the furthest reaches of space and wage war against legions of enemy mobile suits.

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Hacking and slashing hordes of enemies in 'Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 2'
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Pilot Kai Shiden in 'Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 2'
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Story
An Anti-Earth Union Group (AEUG) pilot who calls himself Quattro Bajeena infiltrates the space colony known as Gryps, the headquarters of the Earth Federation's dreaded Titans taskforce. Confirming that the Titans are developing new Gundam Mk II mobile suits, Quattro and his comrades capture some of the machines and then return to the AEUG flagship, Argama. They are accompanied by a young civilian named Kamille Bidan, a talented pilot with strong newtype potential and no love for the Titans. Evading the pursuing Titans and their allies in the regular Federation Forces, the Argama makes its way to the moon, where the rebels receive new weapons and supplies from their sponsors. After capturing several Federation warships, the AEUG gathers its forces for its first major offensive - a massive mobile suit attack on the Titans' terrestrial supply base, the underground fortress of Jaburo in South America.

Gameplay
Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 2, like its predecessor, is a hack and slash tactical action game based on several different anime within the popular and long-lived Gundam series. Action in these anime, and thus within Gundam 2, is based around combat that utilizes in-game mechanized mobile suits and the player's ability to pilot them in combat against hordes of similarly equipped enemies. The goal in this combat is to level up your chosen character and suit by doing enough damage against the low level enemies you face, and wherever possible, the huge boss character/mechs that are associated with the particular level you find yourself on. Gundam mobile suits feature laser swords, guns, as well as propulsion mechanisms, together which can be used in a few varieties of standard and charging attacks, as well as attacks designed to knock out all enemies within a certain range by charging a power gauge before acting. As you would expect, successful attacks against bosses require much more work and precision, and in many cases rapid input of button prompts flashed during combat.

Multiple Play Modes
Gundam 2 also provides players with a few different play mode options. 'Official mode' is a default campaign where players attempt to level up characters by playing through existing plot lines from the various anime subject matter. In this mode you can choose to play from either the good, or evil side of things, but the characters are set. 'Mission mode' on the other hand allows players to mix characters and scenarios from the Gundam universe and associate them in different ways for different outcomes. Missions here are divided into several different categories, with completion of missions unlocking further play opportunities and classes of mobile suits. Lastly 'Library mode' provides players with background information on all the pilots, mobile suits and battle ships in the game.

Key Game Features:

  • Combines the fast-paced excitement and epic, cinematic action of the Dynasty Warriors gameplay with the rich storylines and characters of the Gundam universe.
  • More mobile suits, plus stories featuring mecha from the latest Gundam series, including Char's Counter Attack and more.
  • Play as any of your favorite Gundam characters and mobile suits.
  • Engage in melee battles against the massive Psyco Gundam, which can quickly reconfigure their bodies into titanic mobile fortresses.
  • Customize your mobile suit with mecha parts collected during battle.
  • 2-player local co-op multiplayer support.
More Mobile Suits Than Ever
Because action in the Gundam series is so heavily influenced by its playable mobile suits, Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 2 has been designed to include more of these than ever before. Increasing the 19 available in the original Gundam game to more than 60, Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 2 is destined to provide both newbies to the Gundam universe and longtime fans more of the mechs that brought them to the game in the first place.


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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Compares well with other KOEI Warriors games October 26, 2009
Platform for Display:PlayStation2|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I've played Dynasty Warriors 4 & 5, Samurai Warriors 1 & 2, and Orochi Warriors 1 & 2. I haven't played Dynasty Warriors Gundam I, so I can't make many comparisons there. I'm an anime fan who likes giant robot anime in general and would like most of the Gundam series but hasn't seen much of them.

An SP (Musou) is like a Super move from a fighting game. It is more powerful than normal moves and makes your Gundam invincible. Every Warriors game has these.

Most of the character's in a Warriors game have a similar move set in terms of controls, though the moves themselves look very different and have different effects. Because of this, fans developed a special terminology shorthand to refer to moves of a certain type. Moves with higher C numbers tend to need more hits to pull off and tend to do more damage. C6 is usually the last move and is usually more unique to that character than other moves.

Each character in the game gets at least 5 personalized missions. These missions include conversations between your character and others before the mission as well as personalized and non-personalized conversations during the mission. Compare that to the Dynasty Warriors and Warriors Orochi series which didn't provide much details on character growth or relationships between characters between missions and had weaker character relationship discussions during the mission. This variety means that there is an actual point to playing all the characters in the game, because you get new content, rather than playing the same mission with just a different character. I think Samurai Warriors 2's stories were better, but this is still a good recommendation.

In addition to those missions, there are a ton of other missions to unlock, of varying quality.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars decent game, good multiplayer October 31, 2009
Platform for Display:PlayStation2|Verified Purchase
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Overall, the game is pretty good

if you like dynasty warriors, then you like this game, but with gundams instead

the multiplayer is good, i like playing it as you can team up in like different co-op mods and battlt together or you can play vs. mode and battle each other

many customizeable gundams and pilots to choose from.

one thing i didnt really like is the camera view

overall its pretty good
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By nonosh
Platform for Display:PlayStation2|Verified Purchase
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
The story progression is very slow and time consuming. Some Gundam fans will appreciate the hard work put into the voice acting for all the dialogue in the game, along with the detailed storytelling of each character's role within his or her respective Gundam anime series.

The gameplay is repetitive, and almost every single Gundam mobile suit utilizes the exact same control method. It's not a bad game to own for collection purposes, as the gameplay can be fun when you want to pass the time. Otherwise, it takes up most of your day when you want to unlock a certain character, mobile suit, or game feature.

Overall, it's a good game for the price. Happy hunting, you preservers of Playstation 2.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars The name says it all, RENT if you can before buying October 30, 2009
By Grunt43
Platform for Display:PlayStation2|Verified Purchase
Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
This is a Dynasty Warriors type game with mobile suits. It works somewhat but isn't as fun as Dynasty Warriors or MS Gundam: Encounters in Space. It has a large number of suits and characters from a large number of shows but for big Gundam fans it lacks a couple of things.

Notes:
The only people they have from Gundam Wing are Zecks and Hero(no mass-p suits)
The only people they have from Gundam Seed are Kira, Lacus and Athrun(Shin and Lunamaria from Destiny are there)(no mass-p suits)
The only people they have from G-Gundam are Master Asia, Domon and his evil brother(Rain makes cameos)

Pros:
A Gundam Game(being one at all is a plus)
Lots of suits
Cool Combos(hack and slash)
Mobile Armor battles are actually challenging and you can destroy parts of them
Voice acting is spot on, characters sound as they should
Affinity meter tracking how well characters like you is an interesting idea
Fans of Zeta might be happy at the front role it takes(by force)

Cons:
No suits or pilots from Gundam 0080(KAMPFER!!), 0083, 08th MS Team, Gundam X or 00 Gundam
Limited suits and pilots from all series but ZETA and ZZ Gundams(who seem to have almost every suit from the shows)
Ranged weapons are quite weak to encourage melee combat(and low range, high-powered lasers will disappear when you can still see an enemy behind it)
Hack and Slash style not like combat in Gundam at all
"Customization" is really just getting slightly better parts that look the same in-game, not even better meshes like the weapons in Dynasty Warriors
All the missions tend to feel the same...
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3.0 out of 5 stars It's alright and Interesting at times. March 21, 2015
Platform for Display:PlayStation2|Verified Purchase
Adapting Gundam into the Dynasty Warriors franchise style of gameplay was probably not the easiest decision for the designers to make. It however was a valiant effort with some good rewards. The story is textually driven and there are multiple tv show, and movie campaigns to pursue, as well as having the ability to make your own stories, with your own allies, whom form their own bonds and rivals throughout the course of your gameplay. That is hand down the most exciting and interesting part of the game. Unfortunately the visuals are horrible, and the gameplay is repetitive. There are newer, better versions of the game out that would be a much better use of your time, but if you're on a budget and love your PS2, then this may be the better, more conscientious choice.
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4.0 out of 5 stars This game is a lot of fun. Especially if you're a fan of Gundam
This game is a lot of fun. Especially if you're a fan of Gundam. It's awesome, fast-paced hack and slash action with tons of mobile suits and a very unique upgrade system. Read more
Published 2 months ago by david reynolds
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
as expected
Published 4 months ago by Amy
4.0 out of 5 stars Best US Gundam Game
Seriously, halfway in to the game I forgot it was also Dynasty Warriors.

Only down side is I felt you should've started with the terrible Gundams and gotten better ones.
Published 12 months ago by Unbiased
4.0 out of 5 stars Gundam!
This game was pretty fun when I purchased it. If you like Dynasty warriors and Gundam, then this game is for you! It can get repetitive sometimes but it's still a fun time killer.
Published on February 4, 2013 by Kenpachi420
5.0 out of 5 stars I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I AM A DIE HARD FAN OF THIS GAME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! When I first got this game, I played it for 6 HOURS STRAIGHT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am only 11 so.... Read more
Published on November 19, 2010
5.0 out of 5 stars DWG 2
This game is fun to play, I got this for my younger brother because I couldn't find it in stores.
People who like Gundam and hack and slash kind of games that are to the... Read more
Published on September 26, 2010 by Steve
4.0 out of 5 stars DW2 Gundam
The game was fun but it took a while before I got the game. The bosses are quite hard to beat especially the Dark Gundam.
Published on May 18, 2009 by Samuel Shiu
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