Break, build and battle with the Gunpla you've always wanted in NEW GUNDAM BREAKER! Blast through enemyGunplas and collect their fallen weapons and armor to customize your Gunpla in real time and now you can team upwith your friends in a 3v3 co-op mode! Don't miss out on the action in the newest installment of this fan-favorite series!
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BREAK! - Hack and slash your way through onslaughts of enemy Gunpla and big bosses to gather various Gunpla parts – from heads to legs, weapons to shields, and everything in-between!
BUILD! - Create your very own Gunpla to suit your fighting style using parts you've collected! Customize your Gunpla off and on the battlefield with new real-time weapon and armor swapping!
BATTLE! - Battle your way through story mode or team up with three other players in a new 3v3 Co-Op Mode! Fight and collect the most parts to secure your team's victory!
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Lots of Gundams! Not a lot of fun :(I have seen almost every Gundam Anime that has been made. After building over 100 models the idea of a game that blends the series with model building sounded perfect. The game has its own story that takes place at a school. Where students use models to fight in group battles and 3v3. But instead of fast action the mobile suits they all feel sluggish. Defeating an enemy causes parts to drop for quick swaps. You can hold up to five parts at a time. Too much damage to a part you already have equipment will cause it to fall off. At the end of missions parts can be purchased and unlocked. Most parts come with special abilities that effect play style. Customizing is fun and there are lots of parts to play with. The battles are clunky. Objectives are unclear or repetitive. The voices being only in Japanese are only a small annoyance as the story can be skipped and completely ignored. The old PS2 games feel smoother, and funner. The PS3 games had just as more Gundams to play with. If you want custom made Gundams, get the models. They are a lot more fun.
Date published: 2019-09-18
Rated 3 out of
ClunkyKind of clunky and slow with a bad camera. Not as good as Gundam breaker 3
Date published: 2019-09-12
Rated 1 out of
Get gundam breaker 3 break edition instead.Terrible game... import gundam breaker 3 break edition instead
Date published: 2019-08-12
Rated 5 out of
Nik Bramsen from
Well worth the small price tagA lot of fun, awesome to make and color your own custom units.
Date published: 2019-08-10
Rated 5 out of
perfect pick for casual and competitive gamersI LOVE IT!!! no extra redundancy or repetitive literati, just flat out -" I LOVE IT!!!!!!"-
Date published: 2019-07-31
Rated 5 out of
Big fun small packageHonestly if you like gunpla or are a fan any of Gundam builders franchise this is a must have
Date published: 2019-06-25
Rated 2 out of
Think twiceVERY Japanese, in terms of cutscene dialogue and menus.
Date published: 2019-04-22
Rated 2 out of
Chance Webb from
Expectations DisappointedPrior to buying this game, I had never heard of the Gundam Breaker series. From the description on the back of the box, it makes it sound like a Roguelike game where you break pieces off of other Gunpla (the miniature Gundam figurines you battle with in the game) and then attach them to your Gundam a la games like Captain Forever Remix. While that premise sounds promising, application is more boring than the back of the box makes it seem.
Gameplay revolves around you being dropped onto a map and are tasked with completing missions for points before the opposing team can. For a game featuring an online mode, the story missions are strangely lacking in missions that even have an opposing team to play against. Majority of the missions feature you roaming around a battlefield destroying neutral AI enemies in boring hack-n-slash combat, destroying boxes to level up your Gunpla, or in rare events destroying a large Mobile Armor. Even when faced with an opposing team to fight against, most battles can be won by mashing the Square and R2 buttons.
Destroying neutral enemies or hitting members of the opposing team hard enough will result in them dropping a piece of their Gunpla, which you can switch to mid-combat. The major drawback to this system is that you can only hold five pieces in your inventory, and there is no way for you to drop a piece you do not want. Even if you were to equip a piece from an enemy Gunpla, if they attack you and break the piece off they automatically re-equip it. You can keep more than 5 pieces each mission by depositing your earned parts into a blue box somewhere on the map. The game never tells you about this concept, by the way.
The game features a "story" mode, which is a loose term as it is essentially a dating sim. You the player are a new student at Gunbre High School, a forward-thinking school that teaches students the art of Gunpla battles. Prior to the current Student Council's takeover, students were free to do what they wanted. You meet a female classmate who asks you to help her start a Gunpla Battle Team to work together to take the Student Council down and restore freedom to the school.
What limited dialogue I read through was punctuated by fanservice and Japanese voice acting. It's obvious this game is targeted to a specific individual, and I was not within that audience while playing forcing me to skip through pre-mission dialogue. Even the story does not really make sense; if it were a tongue-in-cheek approach, I could understand it, but the game takes itself entirely seriously. The "Story" mode is also incredibly short, featuring only 6-7 missions for each of the five female students you can partner with. The missions are also carbon copies, meaning if you've played one missions under one student's storyline, the other girl's mission will be exactly the same.
The game boasts an online mode that mirrors gameplay of the story mode missions, but the online mode is dead. I waited ten minutes to connect to a game and never found one.
The one thing the game has going for it is the Gunpla customization. After earning a substantial collection of parts (which should be made easier if they introduced using the blue box to safeguard parts each mission) you can customize your Gunpla in all sorts of ways. You can paint the entire Gunpla, or you can paint it by section and pattern if that suits you. The customization options also advertise adding a banner or logo of some kind, though I never earned one while playing so I'm not sure if it really exists.
If you always imagined playing with Gundam model kits, and those models getting up and walking around your house fighting other miniaturized Gundam figurines, this game might be enough for you. In my opinion, it has too many strikes against it. The missions are bland and repetitive (destroying boxes? Really?), the story missions are too short and easy, and there exists nothing beyond story mode to have a greater challenge or show off your customized Gunpla since the online mode is now defunct.