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- Language: Japanese
- Official licensed product imported directly from Japan
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There are a lot of reviews giving a pretty good description of the game but a couple sentences that don't clarify precisely what the reviewer is trying to say are spreading a bit of misinformation and my review is basically here to clarify those points.
1: you do not /need/ to have a japanese PSN account, if you get one you will be able to use and purchase DLC for this game, but even on an american account you will still be able to play both single player and multiplayer missions.
2: you do not lose parts in a way most reviews would imply, the way parts are gained is the enemies drop them during missions, if you die during a mission, one of the collected parts is deducted from the list of rewards, your parts, the one you have on your gundam or the one in your storage are not removed at any point. most reviews seem to not clarify this and seem to deduct a star from the review simply due to having a death penalty which just makes it appear even more like you are losing your heard earned parts. Additionally, your do not lose any collected parts for failing a mission without death, and the only way you would lose all your collected components is if you choose to manually quit the mission yourself.
Other than that, the game is pretty fun, divided into multiple chapters each one getting progressively more difficult, the gameplay is a mix between armored core and dynasty warriors, build your gundam from different sets of parts like arms, legs, body, head, backpack, multiple weapons and attachements, select your moves, and do missions, missons are divided into destroy everything, defend a marker from attacking enemies, survive increasingly stronger waves of enemies, and battle royale. break enemies for a chance of them dropping one or more of their components so that you can use them in your build.
A fairly standard and amusing mindless action game wit ha gundam skin.
+ You are a Gundam fan.
+ You want to create your own mobile suit by earning the parts.
+ You love to play hard levels to get the mobile suit parts.
I took away a star becuase of the losing parts if you get killed in a mission.
Gundam Breaker is what Dynasty Warriors Gundam 1-3 should have been. This does not have a story mode. You just fight different mobile suit foes and earn parts from them. You are about to create your own mobile suit but be warned if you get killed in missions you will lose parts you earn. I advice you to replay levels to get parts for your mobile suit.
If you do not like the three above do not buy this game. One more thing you do not need to learn Japanese to play this game.
To kick that off, I bring you, Gundam Breaker The Review.
So the entire game is in japanese, but certain areas have tiny english text under it so US and other regions of english speaking countries can play without the story. Yes the game is Region 2 and no you cannot get the dlc without a region 2 PSN account, but yes you can play it on your region 1 ps3.
You boot up in every trecky's favourite machine, the GM. Although, you'll notice, this GM is pretty kick-ass. You go through a few tutorial missions (X is jump/dash, square and triangle are melee, L1+square/triangle is shoot, O is option part, etc.) then the game begins in earnest. You can start collecting new parts, or rather runners for the parts, to build from enemies. then you can trick out the mech to your personal likes and dislikes. You wanna throw a Dom head on a 00 body with the launcher pack from Seed and the legs of Mr. Mustache? Go for it. Quick and simple as it is, the game gets addicting. I've had it for just under a day, and I have clocked well over 10 hours of play.
Levelling follows two distinct paths. One is builder level (make parts to raise this) and Mech OS (complete missions for this) certain parts are locked until you get a certain OS level, and the higher the builder level, the better the part you can make. Also, built parts sell higher than runners.
All in all, I love this game. There is very little I find wrong with it, and I recommend this to any gunpla builder with a PS3.