Reviews and Problems with Mobile Suit Gundam: Crossfire
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If I didn't like gundam. I wouldn't have given it two stars overall.
Sharif K. Mensah, Amazon
17 October 2012
Summary: This game was whack, I like the gundam series but this was total utter disappointment. The price of 54 dollars for this game right now is outrageous. You could suck it up and buy the Gundam Senki game which looks like a full version of what this game was supposed to be for 70 dollars. Yes its in japanese but at least you will have 10x the fun playing it.
Summary: As a buddy of mine said after I told him I purchased this game, "Of course you did!" I've enjoyed quite a few of these games and I was thrilled at a different developers take on the game on the PS3. So where to begin? The camera is jumpy as all hell, the lock on system is a joke, the difficulty is borderline impossible unless you start off on very easy and work your way up (and even that can be frustrating at times), the frame rate is complete garbage, and the sound...
Summary: This game could have been so much better, the graphics were okay, but didn't really push the capabilities of the PS3. There is no Co-Op or online play, the missions are repetitive and the AI is practically non-existent. I bought this game a while back and never really wrote a review on it, at the time the game seemed cool because i am a super anime/gundam fan and relish at the chance to climb in the cockpit of a ''''''' (mobile suite) and since i live in japan where they...
Summary: Just to clarify I really like Journey to Jaburo on the Playstation 2. And by the looks of this game I thought that Gundam Crossfire was a HD version, but boy was I wrong. I really like how the game utilizes dozens of mobile suit models, everything from the ubiquitous Zaku II to Norris Packards Gouf Custom. Everything is here, GM's, Doms, Hygoggs, Zoks, if you can think of a mobile suit that made an appearance during the UC period it's pretty much included.
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in t..., Amazon
15 January 2007
Summary: We are generally great fans of mech games, and have played many of them. We were psyched when Gundam came out for the PS3 - and very disappointed when we played it. If you haven't watched the animated series or played other Gundam games, you are engaged in a great war involving a set of mechanised large robots fighting another set of almost identical large robots. They can stomp on tanks, kick over buildings and engage in hand to hand energy-sword combat.
Summary: I like battling giant robots, and in this respect the game is pretty good, but the graphics are really a huge letdown. As another reviewer said, it looks like it came out of a PS1, and that's true, textures are murky, robot models are angular and low on detail... As one of the console's launch titles, it must be kept far far away from any demonstration booths...