Excerpt: Dynasty Warriors Gundam has the look and feel of Dynasty Warriors , but has been re-purposed with the rich storyline and characters of Gundam . Dynasty Warriors Gundam features characters from the Gundam canon. Remaining true to the style of Gundam cartoons, the characters are drawn in an anime style and animated head shots are displayed when the characters speak.
Conclusion: This is the same kind of game, but instead of the same old backgrounds and characters, we can enjoy Gundam related objects. Hack-n-slash games are usually fun for a week or two at most, but after that they don’t really have anything else to offer. Gundam is a plain and simple, just make sure you know what you’re getting into.
Conclusion: While the premise sounds cool, Dynasty Warriors Gundam is nothing but a cash-in on two lucrative enterprises. You can almost feel the contempt being hurled your way as you realized you just spent the better part of $100 buying a game that was probably put together in a day. Between the uninspired graphics, repetitive gameplay, and truly awful dialogue, you'll wish you had never laid eyes on Dynasty Warriors Gundam, even if you're a fan of either or both of the series...
Excerpt: "Whoever conquers this planet gains the power to make anything possible!" Koei must not have conquered that planet, because I’d imagine Dynasty Warriors: Gundam would be a better game if they could make it so. DW:G isn’t exactly your typical Dynasty Warriors game, but then again, it really is. It’s Dynasty Warriors with a fresh coat of paint, if you will.