Summary: great game for ps3 launch title! +a good amount of MS suits to purchase +controls are pretty good -SP is short -no mp (both online and splitscreen) -frames per second is around 20-25 (definitely under 30) aside from those issues, the game is great at the pricepoint you can pick it up used, if you are a Gundam fan. If you aren't one then I suggest you don't pick it up.
Summary: I was extremely surprised when I started playing this game. From all the reviews I expected the game to have horrible play value (others have claimed the music is choppy or the framerates drop at random times). I have not had choppy music problems. The only time I had something like a framerate problem was when the camera was panning just before a battle, or a drop in framerate when the mission briefing was loading. But it was never bad enough to mess up gameplay.
Summary: In a nutshell, buy the game NEW. And buy the game from someone who isn't GoHastings if you can't afford the return shipping fee. Recently, I bought this game on a whim for a friend, seeing how he loved the Gundam franchise. I got the game in the mail shortly after ordering it, which was impressive...but something doesn't seem quite right on the menu for the sound.
I would give it an 3.5 If I could. But 4 will have to do.
Ronald Dale Rice "Absolute1999", Amazon
15 November 2008
Summary: The game overall, is average. The story, is pretty watered down, it's nowhere as good as Feds. Vs. Zeon was for the PS2. Obviously it was rushed, I just wish Bandai would have released a freaking patch to fix the Frame Rate issues. Graphics : 3/5 The Mobile suits look great, but the areas look really bland. There aren't many effects in the game other than the actual MS's blowing up, and bullets/beams flying around.
Summary: I am a Gundam fan, ive watched the shows and love the games, my favorite being federation vs. zeon. I would reccomend this game to mostly just a gundam fan because this particular title doesnt offer much to bring in someone to the band wagon. Overall the graphics are very nice, attention to detail is the best so far for the gundam series, however there is a framerate problem. At times it can seems like the framerate gets choppy, but it clears up really quickly.
Summary: this game's worth the money i spent on it.is it the best gundam game, no. but is it the worst, far from it. im a huge gundam fan, and idc wtf anybody says, this game is fun, and the graphics dont look like their for the ps1.
Summary: Let me start by saying I'm a Gundam fan, but not a fanbay;I can't name every mobile suit or character name, heck until recently I thought the Gouf MS was pronounced "Goth", like in Gothic. On to the review. Graphics: 4.85/5 Sweet, but I've seen seen a little sicker graphics on my PC, albeit that my PC has almost all the latest hardware. Still, this is the best looking Gundam game to date. It's almost mind blowing.
Summary: When I purchased Gundam: Crossfire, I was expecting a world-class, hi-def game for the PS3. I was wrong. Although the mobile suits have hundreds of tiny details, the scenery looks like something a 6-year old could have easily made. The gameplay is frustrating, more commonly is one's mobile suit destroyed than a mission is completed.
You will like this game, unless you are not fan of the offical Gundam.
J. Au "Big J", Amazon
4 November 2008
Summary: I don't want to waste your time to read this recommendation. There has only one word of this game: "Exactly". If you are big fan of Gundam, seriously you don't want to miss this game. Yes, don't expect this game in fully perfect CG. Since this is the early PS3 game. But the story line and game design is pretty cool, no matter you are an expert of action game or not. You will love to enjoy a moment to sit into a giant robot in a battle field!