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Mobile Suit Gundam Gaiden III: Sabakareshi Mono [Limited Edition]

Mobile Suit Gundam Gaiden III: Sabakareshi Mono [Limited Edition]

Bandai Entertainment
Compatible with Sega Saturn™ (Saturn)
For JPN/Asian systems only.

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Original Name  機動戦士ガンダム外伝III 裁かれし者(限定版)
Official Release Date Mar 07, 1997
Genre Action
Version  Japan
PAX-Code PAX0001270563
Catalog No.  T-13312G
Item Code  4902425544663
Players  1


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shadowstar123 (249) on 17, Jun. 2010 12:07 (HKT)
Not what I was expecting, but, good!
I wasn't expecting a first person machine war kind of game.

Well, you are SD Gundam robots blasting other robots. The game is mostly free roaming or all-range mode like in Star Fox 64. You run or jump around and shoot enemy robots. You have some team mates that are supposed to help. A lot of times I accidentally kill my team mates because I can't really tell who is an enemy or ally. The first level is really easy and gets you used to the controls. Then the second level comes and it becomes an outrageous jump in difficulty. It seems like you get ganged up on way too easily. But, overall, the game is easy to figure out. You don't really need to read Japanese to figure it out.

The controls took me a while to get used to because I am used to playing games like this with an analog stick. After I figured them out, it was easy. Also, you can lock onto enemies so you always face them no matter where you are.

The graphics are what you see on a Nintendo 64. Maybe calling it a darker graphics version of Battletanks for N64 is appropriate.

Over all, the game isn't bad and is actually a fun game to play.
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