Conclusion: The PS3 game prices are hard to swallow as is but when you have a game like this that was specifically created for a small amount of users, it makes it almost unbearable. $60 for the casual gamer out there is a lot of money and that money could be better spent on Namco Bandai’s Ridge Racer 7 than on Crossfire . Fans that love the various shows would do well in picking this up just because it takes place during an interesting time period within the anime’s universe.
Summary: It would seem that Mobile Suit Gundam: Crossfire has the makings of a good game. After all, what more do you need than a couple dozen towering mechs strapped with machine guns, rocket launchers, and beam sabers? How about a frame rate that occasionally approaches the double digits? How about online multiplayer? How about some semblance of thoughtful, intelligent game design? Crossfire has none of these things.
Pros: Mobile suits look great when they're standing still, interesting campaign structure lets you pick and choose missions
Cons: Extremely sluggish frame rate nearly makes the game unplayable, small, confined maps, poor collision detection, no online multiplayer, lame special effects, weak weapons, bland backgrounds, and the list goes on...
Summary: En definitiva: Un juego sólo apto para los fans más acérrimos a la saga que incluso vertirán sus quejas sobre él. Técnicamente mediocre.
Cons: El modelado y texturas de los Mobile Suits que le otorgan un toque realista., Los mechas que podemos obtener son muy numerosos., El sistema de control es nefasto., Las misiones son soporíferas., Los escenarios están desérticos, exentos de detalles y abusan del efecto niebla., Las ralentizaciones son abusivas., El modo multijugador es injugable.