PS3 Monday, February 5, 2007 | 12:27 PM

Gundam Musou presentation

Gundam Musou presentation

Namco-Bandai and Koei released this long video of Gundam Musou, and I don't think anyone can say this game is technically impressive. The space sequences are also quite "interesting".


Presentation video
Download: AVI

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Commented on 2007-02-05 15:13:21
Oh dear, and what the hell is with the small video's .. geezzzus Japan get some decent capture hardware.

at that resolution it looks more like a PSP game than a PS3 one.
Commented on 2007-02-05 18:33:51
one more sliping heat that goin to sell ALOT in the cuntery of the risine sun
Commented on 2007-02-05 18:56:43
yes the japanis pepole have streang taste
Commented on 2007-02-05 21:35:16 In reply to bama
Posted by bama
yes the japanis pepole have streang taste
indeed i wonder would this saleif it came to america
Commented on 2007-02-05 21:48:40
I think this will actually sell really well in japan like over 600k.

I know it doesn't look that technically impressive, but it seems like something japan would eat up. There are some rather nice special effects here and there.
Commented on 2007-02-05 23:25:44
After watching the trailer, the game looks very fun. My only complaint with Koei and these kinds of games is how "brain dead" the AI is. Whenever the decide to fix that, that'll be a step in the right direction.
Commented on 2007-02-05 23:51:46 In reply to Zaku
Actually, play one and imagine the AI being better. I swear you'd want to cut your face off within 10 minutes.

The reason the games are fun is because you're facing literally thousands of enemies that work as a "force" rather than individuals, meaning that they'll take you down by numbers and you'll take them out by numbers aswell.

If each one put up a greater fight it'd be the most frustrating series of games on earth.
Commented on 2007-02-06 06:51:10
Looks more fun than most Gundam games that come out, although that's not saying much.
Commented on 2007-02-06 07:04:46 In reply to SimonM7
Posted by SimonM7
Actually, play one and imagine the AI being better. I swear you'd want to cut your face off within 10 minutes.

The reason the games are fun is because you're facing literally thousands of enemies that work as a "force" rather than individuals, meaning that they'll take you down by numbers and you'll take them out by numbers aswell.

If each one put up a greater fight it'd be the most frustrating series of games on earth.
Well, if they were aiming for something like the series it's based on, I'd at least like to see ally and enemy units actually battling it out instead of just standing around waiting for me to do something most of the time.
Commented on 2007-02-06 11:56:05 In reply to Zaku
Hmm?

Allied troops (with respective generals) do tons of work in DW and SW. Especially the later Empires editions. You can order your generals around a bit aswell, and using them all to push forward at the right moment is key to victory.

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