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Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 3 - Playstation 3

by Tecmo Koei
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4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews) 58 / 100

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Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Mecha overload: Over 50 playable and upgradable characters and over 70 playable and upgradeable Mobile Suits combed from the Gundam universe, including new Mobile Suits from Mobile Suit Gundam 00, Mobile Suit Gundam UC and many more
  • Anime in motion: Experience the Gundam anime and manga series come to life with an entirely new cel-shaded graphical treatment
  • Deeper gameplay systems: Enhanced and aggressive enemy AI adds to the challenge while new gameplay systems, including Partner Strike, Emergency Dash and Recovery Gauge expand the level of strategy and depth to the gameplay
  • Story mode returns: the popular mode originally introduced in the first DYNASTY WARRIORS: GUNDAM is back with an entirely new campaign
  • The biggest game yet: Tremendously deep with over hundreds of hours of gameplay! PLUS the limitless replay value of online multiplayer with up to 4 players

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Product Details

Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004VMX906
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 28, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,796 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

Platform: PlayStation 3

Product Description

The next level of mobile suit battle is here! Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 3 represents the next generation of futuristic mecha action with graphical and gameplay additions, bringing authenticity and astounding improvements to the series. Set in the future, chaotic warfare has engulfed the universe. The world is ripe with strife as gigantic mecha called Mobile Suits march to war on land and in space. Featuring characters and mecha from over 30 years of Gundam anime and manga series, Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 3 is the mecca of mecha!

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Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 3 is a Hack and Slash Action game with elements of Strategy gameplay. Based on the Gundam anime series, and the sequel Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 2, Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 3 features 50 playable and upgradeable characters and over 70 playable and upgradeable Mobile Suits. Additional features include: deeper gameplay systems than in previous games in the series, the return of story mode, hundreds of hours of gameplay and multiplayer game support up to four players.

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50+ playable characters and 70 mobile suits.
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The Next Generation of Futuristic Mecha Action

Set in the future, chaotic warfare has engulfed the universe. The world is ripe with strife as gigantic mecha called Mobile Suits march to war on land and in space. Featuring characters and mecha from over 30 years of Gundam anime and manga series, Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 3 thrusts players into the galactic melee with over 50 playable and upgradeable characters and over 70 playable and upgradeable Mobile Suits combed from the Gundam universe. New additions include Mobile Suits from Mobile Suit Gundam 00, Mobile Suit Gundam UC and many more.

New Gameplay Features

Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 3 also features a number of gameplay additions to the series, including 3 brand new featured systems, including the Partner Strike, Emergency Dash and Recovery Gauge Systems, which will bring a new level of full-out tactical action to the series. The Partner Strike System will enable the player to summon partner characters to the battlefield to assist at crucial moments, affecting your character's current melee engagement or possibly the overall battlefield conditions for your army. The Emergency Dash System will allow players to execute new cancel and evasion moves negating enemy attacks. This system will bring a new level to gameplay since powerful combos can be more easily parried. The new Recovery Gauge System enables players to recover armor during battle allowing players more flexibility in their tactics on the battlefield.

Additionally, Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 3 brings a new strategy facet to gameplay. Battlefields now incorporate multiple facilities with various functions. Capturing these locations will change the battlefield conditions and turn the tide of the battle in your favor. Players will be also able to use a new Chain Explosion System to engulf their enemies in a maelstrom of fury. By initiating an explosion via certain attacks, players will be able to cause further carnage with their own chain of explosions. Skillful players can use this system to finish off entire squads of Mobile Suits in one blow, thus turning the tide of battle in their favor. Furthermore, players can take their favorite Mobile Suits and band together with others in intense online multiplayer co-op action with up to four players

Key Game Features

  • Mecha Overload - Over 50 playable and upgradeable characters and over 70 playable and upgradeable Mobile Suits combed from the Gundam universe, including new Mobile Suits from Mobile Suit Gundam 00, Mobile Suit Gundam UC and many more
  • Anime in Motion - Experience the Gundam anime and manga series come to life with an entirely new cel-shaded graphical treatment
  • Deeper Gameplay Systems - Enhanced and aggressive enemy AI adds to the challenge while new gameplay systems, including Partner Strike (summon partner characters to the battlefield at crucial moments), Emergency Dash (negate enemy attacks with new cancel and evasion moves) and Recovery Gauge (recover health during battle) expand the level of strategy and depth to the gameplay
  • Story Mode Returns - The popular mode originally introduced in the first Dynasty Warriors: Gundam is back with an entirely new campaign
  • The Biggest Game Yet - Tremendously deep with over hundreds of hours of gameplay, plus the limitless replay value of online multiplayer with up to four players

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4-player support.
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Story mode returns.
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The biggest game yet.
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Big Fan of the Franchise July 3, 2011
By dgdbear
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
When news came that Gundam Musou-- or Dynasty Warriors: Gundam-- would finally be getting a new entry after nearly three years, fans of the sub-franchise rejoiced. As Shin Sangoku Musou 5, otherwise known to the Western community as Dynasty Warriors 6, abandoned the old combat mechanics in favor of a Renbu system that felt gutted compared to prior incarnations, and Sengoku Musou (Samurai Warriors) became at least a temporary Wii-exclusive, Musou fans at least had GM to look forward to. Possessing an updated version of the tried-and-true charge attack system that had been the standard for the first five SSM games and the entirety of the Musou Orochi (Warriors Orochi) series, the obvious question remains. Three years since the previous installment was released; was DWG3 worth the wait?

The basic handling of your "characters"-- the famous giant robots known as "Mobile Suits"-- at first feels unchanged for the most part. Pressing square goes into a basic attack string, from which you can press triangle at specific points in order to initiate a charge attack, each of which is unique and usually serves different purposes depending on your situation. You can also "boost" around by holding onto the X button, which allows you to move quickly from one part of the map to another, depleting your Thruster gauge. From charge attacks, you can cancel using X and initiating a "boost dash", dealing extra damage to foes and from which you can intiate further attacks. The Circle button will initiate your SP attack (so long as your SP gauge is full), otherwise known as a "Musou" or "Super Move"; different ones can be initiated on the ground, in the air (you can take to the air with R1), or with a nearby ally who also has an available SP attack.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars More Robots and Epic Explosions than Transformers 3 June 29, 2011
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
I must admit, I occasionally get the craving for smash-em-up games - and most of the time Koei gets me a quick fix. This time, I decided to give this spin-off collaboration a shot. I purchased this installment of DW:Gundam 3 without having experienced the first two (though I've had plenty of experience with DW games). Therefore, my review of this game is not affected by how they compare to their predecessors (which may be good or bad, your pick).

Cons:
-There are "Chapters" for each side, and in order to complete the story, you have to play from every side's perspective (in order to unlock more chapters). Sounds unique, but it turned out to be a tedious grind just to find out where the plot's going. For example, I completed Chapter 1 for each side - it took me about 4 hours, and all the characters figured out was "We don't know why we're here".
-Battles are structured - unlike normal DW games, you can't just rush in and kill the boss. You have to capture and defeat the enemies enough for the boss to show up. Even though there are "mini-objectives" here and there, there wasn't a battle that really surprised me in format.
-Balance - If you want to play as your favorite character/Gundam, you might be out of luck. Some of them are a chore to play through.
-Limited play modes - It feels like campaign mode only. No minigames, no boss rush, no player vs. player, or anything else Koei is known for. Not a big deal though, just a thought.

Pros:
-Battle Mechanics - I really like the battle sequences. Instead of the traditional mash 1-button gameplay, you can mix it up for longer, more elaborate combos. Emergency Dash is like a much needed dodge roll, and helps get out of sticky situations. Controls are very easy to learn.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Leaps and bounds ahead of it's predecessors. July 22, 2011
By S.W.
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
The first Dynasty Warriors Gundam was pretty rough around the edges, graphically, and mechanically. It had a weak story, and a sparse character and suit selection. The second game improved on all of these, and got rid of the story almost completely because of the difficulty of putting all of these characters into one universe in a sensical way, and having them behave as they would.

While the first two could be seen as steps forward, this one is a leap. Graphically, it's quite pleasing, as far as the suits go. The environments - as with all Dynasty Warrior games - leave something to be desired, but if you're a die-hard Gundam fan like I am, you won't let it bother you as you take your favorite pilot in your favorite suit and destroy your enemies with devastating attacks and flashy moves. One of the most notable improvements is the new mobile suit development lab which is far less convoluted and random than the previous game.

A big thing people were looking forward to is the online multiplayer, and sadly, it's almost non-existant. It plays nothing like the real game, just big empty zones with two or three ace pilots in them, and the net-code is so bad that they'll often be seen attacking the air while your team mate is off in the corner somewhere, so it really detracts from the action. The big boss fights are still fun though, like the Psycho Gundams, and the Devil Gundam, as the game doesn't seem to spaz out as much on those - they're a good way to earn pilot points and parts for suits.

The music, unfortunately, is the standard midi-guitar soundtracks that you'll find in most Dynasty Warriors games, again disappointing me with the lack of liscensed Gundam tracks, but that might be expecting too much. The story is better, but that's not saying much, really.
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