Reviews and Problems with Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 2
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easy, normal, hard mode incorrectly caliburated.
20 April 2011
Summary: easy mode is too HARD mode that blocks you from story progression. dumb ally NPC dies and ends up forcing you to repeat scenario forever. eventually game becomes frustrating and repetitive to enjoy even in easy mode. also they, the developer, get the split screen wrong. instead of doing split screen horizontally, they split screen vertically. this game is just WRONG WRONG WRONG in many level. i dont see many reviews posted for this game.
Why could they have not just expanded on the first?
Nicholas A. Rodrigues, Amazon
29 April 2009
Summary: Dynasty Warriors Gundam 2 is deffinitely not what I had hoped for. I played the first one, and really like it. In fact it is the only Dynasty Warriors game I have played through to completion (All characters maxed, all maps beaten, all objects unlocked, etc...). Unfortunitely, Koie decided to make changes and they all hurt the game. Pros: 1) More gundams and characters to choose from.
Excerpt: Robot Army Mashing is back in the 2nd installment of Dynasty Warriors Gundam. The roster is now even bigger than the first. The newcomers are the gundam in the SEED series, the Strike Freedom Gundam, Infinite Justice Gundam and Destiny Gundam and others not found in the first game like the F91 Gameplay: It plays like the first game, you mash your way through the game by destroying battalions of mobile suits that gets in your way, Every Mobile suit has it's own special...
Pros: Fun, Lots of Gundams, Has online multiplayer
Excerpt: Difficulty: Very easy. Learning Curve: Around 10 minutes. A few years ago, developer KOEI (of Dynasty Warriors, Samurai Warriors) was going through a phase to try and bring out new "Warriors" games, slapping on a new design and look to the games, but generally the same basic gameplay mechanics. Now, comes a sequel to one of those games, known as Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 2.
Pros: Lots of mech's to destroy, hours upon hours of gameplay, many characters and mechs to play as
Cons: Lacklustre design, overly repetitive gameplay, no online co - op
Summary: Zum Gameplay gibt es kaum mehr etwas zu sagen, was nicht in den vorhandenen Rezensionen bereits erwähnt wurde. Das Spiel ist und bleibt ein Hack & Slay, und da gehört ein bisschen stumpfsinniges Buttonsmashing schon dazu. Was aber bisher noch nicht erwähnt wurde, ist ein Detail welches für mich den Spielspaß nach einigen Stunden deutlich gedämpft hat. Für alle welche die Story kennen, sollte klar sein welcher Charakter auf welcher Seite steht.