This game is something I would personally like to see more of in the Gundam game world. It actually seems like developers put thought into how a giant suit of metal and hydraulic gears with nuclear powered engines would move in regards to lugging all that weight. The battles were realistic to machinery movement and the damage system being able to allocate which part of the Gundam was most damaged and still being able to go on fighting when parts had been broken off, which in true Gundam battle form is what the pilots in the anime keep doing. The story line was good and reminded me of the Gundam 0083, if I'm not mistaken, (it's been a while) and the availability to enhance game play by playing the opposing view of the Zeon is always nice. Although, I'd go with a Gundam over a Zaku any day of the week. Once I figured there was a targeting system that locks on, versus what I had thought to be a first person type system of get them in the crosshairs, the game became way easy. You can simply kick another mobile armor into destruction, but again if two giant suits of metal where bashing on each other it would give way eventually. Plus if your beam rifle overheated, you'd switch to projectiles or beam saber for close combat, and if your limbs were cut off and you could still function you could use up your head and shoulder turrets, and best of all weapons were not unlimited, which meant you had to pilot and fight smart to win at times. The only thing that was a let down was the length of the story, although I finished the game in a span of no more than one complete day, I would have like to see longer story arcs and more battles on both sides of the story coin. The game lives up graphically and does not disappoint in the game play, but I think they should make more games like this one for the Gundam series or expand the story to inculed more battles and back story. If you're a Gundam fan this game is easy to fall in love with, and if you're a fan of a game with a lot more thought process than hack and slash this game is perfect, not including the short story..., but otherwise PERFECT!
yes: I recommend this product