Reviews and Problems with Mobile Suit Gundam: Gundam Vs. Zeta Gundam
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Awesome vs. Zeta Awesome
15 December 2010
Summary: Hint: Awesome Wins With Gundam vs. Zeta Gundam (hereon shortened as GvsZG) there is no easy way to describe or review it. The reason is because it's that kinda game. But I will do my best. Gameplay: 8/10 With GvsZG the thing that really drove me was the extremely user friendly controls. I believe they were made so that you could enjoy the game without having a Journey to Jaburo incident.
Way bigger improvement compared to Gundam: Federation vs. Zeon
AceOfHearts "Otaku", Amazon
15 October 2010
Summary: If anyone has ever played Gundam: Federation vs. Zeon, then Gundam vs. Zeta is the game for you. The title kind of throws you off but the gameplay and 3rd person view says it all. I'll list some differences between both games from my point of view. When I put "Character", it means a hero/heroine from both good and/or evil side such as Amuro + Char DIFFERENCES (Will say and start with Gundam vs. Zeta then Fed vs. Zeon.
Summary: Simply put, this game is a must for Gundam fans. Story line alone (with extra "what if" scenarios including keeping certain characters alive/killing them off) will take many many hours to complete. Primarily, this game plays off the successful game play style of Federation vs Zeon (which will always be #1 in my heart) with music, fights, characters, everything pulled right from Zeta Gundam.
Summary: Recommended for Mobile Suit fans, specifically those who prefer UC. It is great for being able to blow up everything you see, and the ability to rewrite some of the more lackluster moments of Zeta Gundam with the main storyline. As you advance through the game you can unlock suits from previous and later shows. Furthermore there are virtually no named characters from the show that don't have their own story line in Universal Century mode.
Summary: Great game, even if your no fan of the series, its a great mech game. There are definately alot of gundams in this title, and its addicting to play. Only one problem i have with the game is the framerate when more than 5 gundams get on screen. The game tends to freak out when it sees too many of gundams, but its few and far between in the campaign mode.
James A. Limcangco Aquino "Us Airman PACAF", Amazon
21 January 2007
Summary: This game is completely similar to its previous game, "Federation vs Zeon." You choose either arcade or campaign mode and you play as either the AEUG or the TITANS. The story as always, is very limited when you play arcade, so you may have to play and beat campaign mode, which takes forever as usual. But the main point of the game is to have fun, even though it maybe a lot like the previous game.
Summary: In Gundam vs. Zeta Gundam, you get to play as either the Titans (as shown in the end of 0083 and in the Zeta Gundam series), the AEUG (in Zeta Gundam) and Axis (formerly Zeon). i've already seen the Zeta Gundam series and it sticks to the story line as well as expands it. it allows you to "change history" by compeleting certain objectives. you also play as the pilots from the series. the graphics are good.
Summary: this game is the best since federation vs Zeon. here are the contents of this game... - you can play as the AEUG, Titans, and The Axis - features over 50 mobile suits! - once you have defeated a certain # of levels you can go back and play on the federation and zeon side - good sound tracks - good selection of suits - play as ne recruits or old freinds - 1-2 players - good story this game is reccomended for people who like shooters(3rd person), actions, and a good story...