Choushoujuu Mecha MG

Choushoujuu Mecha MG


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Compatible With Nintendo DS™ (NDS™)
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Stylus-intensive rock-throwing mecha-battling action. If you enjoy using the stylus a lot and fighting and collecting mecha through hundreds of stages, this is the game for you. Missions range from fighting 2 or more mecha at once to throwing 8 stones into or out of an area or demolishing a city block.

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Original Name  超操縦メカMG
Official Release Date Sep 02, 2006
Genre Simulation
Version  Japan
  CERO A (Free)
PAX-Code PAX0001192992
Catalog No.  NTR-P-AIGJ
Item Code  4902370513882

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Average rating:  (4.5 out of 5)
Total votes:7

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arnaudpichon (56) on 13, Apr. 2011 05:58 (HKT)
Rather good
If you can read japanese or are ready to use a FAQ, this game is pretty interesting. The mecha controls by panels on the touch screen are fun and good, though the missions can be repetitive.
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wes94 (11) on 15, Apr. 2010 10:05 (HKT)
It's awsome!!!
This is the best mecha game on the DS. The fact that you use the stylus to use wepons, drive,etc. The missions can be difficult if you don't have a guide. Each mech is unique although they are almost the same. I would reccomend this to anyone.
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agreencoat (1) on 31, Oct. 2007 15:02 (HKT)
Creative and fun
This game is has one of the most (or the most) impressive, use of the Nintendo DS\'s touch screen. The game play is smooth and easy to use, and there are secret actions most of the MGs can preform (like breaking some of the control panel to reveal a hidden button). There are a verity of different Marionette Gears to play as and a few different types of missions. This game is one of the best on the DS and a must buy for giant robot fans, and there are guides on GameFAQs for people who cannot read Japanese (like me).
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mikeymatrix (2) on 11, Jun. 2007 07:21 (HKT)
A Pretty Good Game
If you ever played Robot Alchemic Drive for the ps2, Choushoujuu Mecha MG is R.A.D. in a hand-held version, minus the human pilot on the ground. Choushoujuu is stylus-intensive rock-moving, mecha-battling action. The game has hundreds of missions (with 5 difficulties for each earning you more money the harder it gets) and mecha to acquire. Some of the missions are tedious but the action is good though a bit hard to figure out sometimes when you don\'t know any Japanese or very little. Try to find translations at gamebrink or gamefaqs if you can. Definitely worth the price tag.
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izzychill86 (2) on 05, Jun. 2007 03:13 (HKT)
Heavy use of touch screen = Fun!
It\'s a pretty cool game with a LOT of missions, although some are tedious and short.

What I love the most is it\'s heavy use of the touch screen :)

If you can get it, buy it!
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