Nine months have passed since Zeon forces invaded the Earth. At the brink of annihilation, the Earth Federation Forces are mobilizing to launch a massive counter assault against the occupying forces. Now, it is time to choose your side! Join the Federation Army to repel the invaders from the Earth or pledge your alliance to Zeon and claim the Earth to free humanity from the Earth's gravity! Powered by the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system, Mobile Suit Gundam: Crossfire throws you into the midst of futuristic war zones brought to life in ultra realistic graphics. The call for arms has been made! Form your own mobile assault force, strategize their next moves and battle with them side by side while you command them to triumph.
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* Live the war of the future: Witness the high-definition CG quality graphics reanimate the world around you! Powered by PlayStation 3, Mobile Suit Gundam: Crossfire lets you immerse yourself in futuristic war zones across the globe, ultra realistically brought to life!
* Choose your side to fight for! Join the Federation Army's experimental Mobile Suit squad or join the ruthless Zeon mercenary force! Experience the war from both sides.
* Command your Mobile Suit Squad: Be the squad leader of either The Earth Federation Force or The Zeon Forces to command your own MS squad. Strategize your plan of attack prior to the engagement and give orders to your MS squad under rapidly changing battle circumstances. You can order them to attack, halt, gather, scatter, dash to the front, barrage and more! You will be given many types of missions that require strategies and tactics.
* Realistic location specific destruction physics: Each body part of a mobile suit has its own unique durability. Target specific parts of an enemy mobile suit for various types of damaging effects! Destroy hands, arms, legs and heads for different results!
* Upgrade and Customize your Mobile Suits! Accomplish your mission objectives to claim achievement points! Use your achievement points carefully to strategically upgrade and customize your MS! You can reinforce its armor, upgrade its weapon, strengthen its attack power and more! There are over 30 mobile suits for you to control!
Mobile Suit Gundam Crossfire is rated
2.9 out of
Rated 5 out of
Gundam GameI got this game in Nov. 2007 with my PS3 same day they came out an here in 2019 I still love playing this game. for all the reviews about controls or getting one shot killed, grow up or learn a thing or two before you review because you havn't a clue. The game gives you a rushed ( trial by fire start ) because that was how it was for new MS operators in the setting of this game, second the controls are very good but require a understanding to use plus some actual skill doesn't hurt, third you will get one shot killed but really think for a second, you get shot with a high power beam rifle in the chest which is where you sit...... you sort of answer's its self. An last the ingame AI is excellent, at first they suck but that's because as you go you gain access to more experienced operators so ya they get better, an ya you got to keep that in mind as well as the upgrades which is done to keep the game semi challenging all the way to the end. All in All this game was very well done and needs a PS4 4K port to just show the new generation what a solid game really is. This is the Best real Actual Gundam that's ever been done to date.
Date published: 2019-07-28
Rated 2 out of
All the Gundam none of the ActionI will admit I'm a little late to the game on this one but I figured I'd give it a shot anyway. I was a fan of the PS2 game Mobile Suit Gundam Federation vs Zeon so I decided to check this one out.
Pros: The mission system is nice allowing you to choose what you do while keeping some sense of urgency and you can modify the Mobile Suits.
Cons: The modifications are simplistic at best only giving you the illusion of control, the game throws you in with no explanation of the controls (I had to do the first mission several times before I needed to check the button settings), the controls don't handle very well reducing the combat to more or less point and shoot and hope your armor holds up.
Overall, I'll play it through until I get board but I wouldn't recommend it unless you are a diehard fan of the Gundum franchise and just have to play it.
Date published: 2016-11-11
Rated 1 out of
You can't take it with you.Look, i dont know why there is a couple of reviews that are giving this a 10 or a 9 because, this game is TERRIBLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I dont mean to be imature or anything but i hated this to death. first of all, let me say that i had no sound, my sound thing kept glitching up and at points would admit extremely loud buzzing sounds. next, the storyline was generic and the voices were typical(providing i could even hear them). Never waste a cent on this game, and if you do and something in your system messes up, dont try to fix it because you cant, you cant take it with you. just eject the disc and break it before something bad goes wrong.
Date published: 2013-11-14
Rated 4 out of
Pretty Good!This game is pretty fun, the things that r messed up is that theres no aiming, u could use the sniper scope but i'm talking about just aiming in general. Besides that, the game is fun, i like how u can buy and customize ur mobile suit. U could make ur mobile suit to be a jungle custom or marine custom and other customs. U could choose ur weapons (whenever u unlock them) and choose ur pilots. I like how u could have support with other mobile suits. The game is kind of difficult but if u like transformers fall of cybertron then u most likely will like this game.
Date published: 2013-05-30
Rated 2 out of
For Gundam fanatics who are real masochists only!*Sigh*....I had wondered why people had said the PS3 had a bad launch...NOW I KNOW! This is probably the worse game I actually ground out and beat. This game is bad.....and it's bad on every level. Here's why: First off let's start off with the gameplay. The controls are very unstable, sometimes they'll be stiff as wood and others they'll be very slippery. Even the simple task of pointing yourself in the right direction requires some effort. Moving is a chore too. You are very slow, as would be expected in giant robots. You also have a limited boost gauge that will let you move faster, but it's hard to control at times. Combat is precision based, you have to hit enemies in certain places to beat the. This sounds good right? NO!!!! Why you might ask? Because the gameplay and melee attacks are not precision based. Very weak and common enemies that both you and the game both count on being east can require 15-21 hits to kill. As you are trying to kill them other enemies will be firing at you with their guns. some of which can 3 or 4 hit kill you. You can also shoot from a distance but you cannot move in sniping mode and if you're found you will probably die (for reasons I'll explain later) and aiming your gun is almost impossible in third person mode unless your nearly point blank. Your ally NPCs have bad AI. Your supports will often stand around and jump into walls the whole mission and the other will do well in some missions but not in others. So a lot of the time you gotta do almost everything on your own on missions. which usually consist of killing all enemy units, protecting something or escorting it out of a map, and destroying a certain target or targets. The Maps are usually badly designed and offer no protection from enemy fire and they can shoot you dead from across the map. But that's not the worse part, it's that enemies can just walk out of the map and shoot you from there and you can't go after them. It'a always an invisible wall block off too, so you'll often find yourself walking right to your death because you can see them coming from behind the map but won't know they're out of map when they're coming unless you monitor the radar well. When you do they'll shoot you dead. Anyhow now for the graphics. They are OKAY by my standards. They are PS2/Gamecube/Xbox/Wii quality. For me that's not so bad since I'm fairly new to the PS3 and this is what I'm essentially used to. For some this may be a problem though. In the way of sound and audio, it's glitchy and will distort at complete random. The music itself is sort of decent and the voice acting is too. But the commands often glitch up on you and repeat sometimes at times and will mislead you. As for story...it's VERY loosely based on the first Gundam series. It's mainly just a premise and a string of missions in this game. Not much to see here. Over all, unless you like wasting money and are a massive gundam fanatic who can't stand to not have played on of it's games.....don't get this. Ever!!!
Date published: 2013-02-16
Rated 4 out of
Short but Sweet.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!
Date published: 2012-03-21
Rated 4 out of
This game is best for Gundam Fans.I must say, in the begining it make be confusing. But after that it gets very interesting. I mean you get to pick whos side your on, as the Earth Federation to being the Principality of Zeon. I recommend this game to any Gundam Fan, and those who are looking for "mecha" type games. Overall I rate Gundam CrossFire a 4.5 out of 5.
Date published: 2011-04-26
Rated 2 out of
Unfinished and RushedI had high hopes for Crossfire, the cover alone looks great and the graphics are quite impressive.
The actual game play feels bulky and non-responsive at times. The weapons seems to lack any stopping power, and the suits seems almost too unbalanced.
In one instance I had little to no health, both arm's blown off, and I was able to beat three, full health Zaku's just by kicking them, not exaggerating.
The game felt unfinished. It had a lot of really good foundation in the storyline, and the basic concepts of the game, but I felt it should of been more flashy, with Anime style pilots, anime cut scenes and communications.
It was as though the game was released before it was finished, rushed so it could be released by a certain quarter.
I played an hour an really couldn't latch on and I really tried.