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In September, during the Tokyo Game Show 2015, Namco Bandai Entertainment Asia had dropped a neutron bomb annoucement - something we ourselves never sawcoming:
MOBILE SUIT GUNDAM EXTREME VS-FORCE ENGLISH LOCALIZED VERSION FOR PLAYSTATION® VITA COMING THIS WINTER
SINGAPORE – BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Asia is proud to announce that MOBILE SUIT GUNDAM EXTREME VS-FORCE with English localization will be coming your way. For the first time MOBILE SUIT GUNDAM EXVS series will be localized with English subtitles and it will be available in Southeast Asia across Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Indonesia. “MOBILE SUIT GUNDAM EXTREME VS-FORCE” will be playable on the PlayStation® VITA system.
“We are looking forward to bring MOBILE SUIT GUNDAM series fans an English localized version of the game at long last. We are in the midst of localization and hope to bring a good quality product that everyone can enjoy, so do look forward to the release in winter.” said Rainel Tan, General Manager at BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Asia.
And now, finally, we have the English version open for pre-order, which is exciting as knowing that there will be an actual localized version of everyone's favorite mecha on mecha combat game :)
As for the game itself,Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme VS Force will feature a number of new playable Mobile Suits as well as pilots. Players can expect the series' familiar Gundam battles, as well as new unit-commanding large-scale battles in Extreme Force Mode. In the larger battles players will be able to assemble a unit of six Mobile Suits and one battleship, setting up three platoons of two Mobile Suits each. Using the new 'Force System,' players can pause the battle and command their troops, designating movement destinations for platoons and providing strategic instructions including: advance, withdraw, gather, and disperse.
'Extreme Force Mode' is the primary mode and starts with a game-original mission, and continues onto missions where players can enjoy Universal Century episodes consisting of various situations from Mobile Suit Gundam up until Mobile Suit Gundam UC. You’ll acquire new Mobile Suits and develop your pilot while completing missions, and organize and operate your own unit while aiming for domination.
|Official Release Date||Feb 25, 2016|
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|Average rating:||(3.5 out of 5)|
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Visual are nice, gameplay very good. But compared to other games of the series, it lacks of content, quite a lot. Check also Gundam Breaker 3 and Super Robot Wars V if you are interested in the Gundam Series
Although the game is decent, I do question the developers on certain missions in the game. It felt like level design for certain missions were done on purpose to make it unclear-able no matter how good of a player you are, the only way to clear it being to abuse certain gundams. Or the enemy AIs which kept running away causing you to time out and lose although you keep chasing them. There is also the case of damage taken, where you can lose two-thirds of your health if damage taken is stacked in a certain way. All in all, I suggest you save your money for another game.
Awesome game, great combat, worth it for gundam fans, highly recommended.
This game plays exceptionally well on the PSVita there isn't any lag/frame-rate issue compared to Gundam Breaker 3 on the same system.
I assume that you have already read some critics' reviews about this game and you might be quite disappointed about this title. What I want to say however, is that do not let those reviews mislead you. I've played this game for quite a while and I've been having a hell of fun in this game. Yeah it WAS a game that lack enough content prior to the updates. But now after all the updates we have more than enough modes to play and this game now feels really like a complete and solid game. All told, if you don't mind the absence of multiplayer mode and want to have a mecha or Gundam action game for your vita, this is a must buy hands down. No frame drops, simple but deep combat mechanics, nice graphics for a handheld title, and also the discounted price, this game will not disappoints you.
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