Summary: Now when a game is adapted for a large amount of source material, like the Gundam franchise, you expect the game to utilizes much of said source material as possible. This allows for a great story for newcomers to the source material or nostalgia for those who have already seen it. Gundam: Crossfire on the other hand does none of that and tosses you into a story you know almost nothing Now when a game is adapted for a large amount of source material, like the Gundam...
... game very quickly from the buyer and was overly pleased with the shipping
Austin McCollom, Amazon
31 July 2014
Summary: I received the game very quickly from the buyer and was overly pleased with the shipping. As far as the game itself, I find the mechanics to be somewhat slow and clunky. After getting used to the controls though I find the game to be very enjoyable and extremely hard, even on the normal difficulty.
Summary: Let me start off by saying I love Gundam Earth Federation vs Zeon for the ps2 but this game is nothing like it... I also love Gundam vs Gundam for both ps3 and psp. I love ALL the Super Robot Wars games I've ever played from srw: W for ds, Z2 and Z2.2 for psp. I really do love gundam however this game is very meh... I even prefer Dynasty gundam over this.... and i really don't care for Dynasty Gundam games.
Ignore All the Nay-sayers- This is probably the most realistic Gundam game to date
19 January 2014
Summary: While this game got pretty bad reviews, they must've been playing another game. This game is far from Ps1/2 Graphic wise! Go play Federation vs Zeon for the ps2, and then comment on graphics! This game is Federation vs Zeon meets Zeonic front, mixed with some pretty good mechanics. So if you played those 2 titles for the ps2 you will love this one. While some would say the controls are clunky, they are easy to learn and pick up.