Since its inception in 1979, the Japanese anime metaseries Gundam has spawned a slew of goods, including video games.
Mobile Suit Gundam has been one of the most significant media properties. It changed the Japanese plastic industry and altered its meaning to make animation with enormous robots.
However, It may not be in everyone’s mouths anymore, but given that Gundams account for 90% of all Japanese figurine sales each year.
The passion is still alive and well, and it may be expanding into the mainstream.
1. New Gundam breaker
New Gundam Breaker is the fourth installment in Bandai Namco’s Gundam Breaker series.
Released on June 21, 2018, in Japan and internationally for the PlayStation 4. And Steam on September 25, 2018, for Windows-based PCs.
The game preserves the basic concepts of its predecessors, while the Inner Frame, which can be found in more current MG/RG/PG kits, will be unique to the series.
However, you can use this frame to construct Gunpla. However, the frames serve as a foundation for the builds. Still, they also dictate the abilities and expected responsibilities in teams.
They range from providing boosts to encouraging concentration in specific areas such as melee combat.
Players will also replace components with those that have fallen off opponent units and are placed in an inventory menu.
They may be changed at any moment, allowing for a “real-time customization war,” or they can be stored in a Recovery Box.
2. Gundam Versus
Gundam Versus is one of the PlayStation 4 video games, the fifth installment in the Gundam VS series.
It was released on July 6, 2017, in Japan and Asian territories, followed by September 29, 2017, in North America and Europe.
The game will keep its 2v2 format, albeit 3v3 bouts are now available. It will also feature enhanced graphics and more detailed background destruction.
The game will keep its team battle mechanics, but it will also contain exclusive PlayStation 4 modes.
A new “Boost Dive” function, in addition to the usual Boost Step and Boost Dash tactics, allows players to boost downward at any time, making battle much more fluid and rapid.
3. Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme vs.
Before Gundam Versus, on PS4, Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme Vs. is a 3D arcade fighting game.
And it is the second most recent in the Gundam VS video games series created and published by Namco Bandai Games (released June 6, 2017, in japan & Asia territories on September 17, 2017, worldwide).
Extreme Vs. maintains the hallmark gameplay of past Gundam Vs. games with a few tweaks and additions.
Each side is given a 6000-point resource meter during a conventional arcade fight; when a mobile suit is shot down, its cost is subtracted from the meter, and the first team to reach zero loses.
Each mobile case costs 3000, 2500, 2000, or 1000 points, with the more expensive machines being more powerful and the less costly units being significantly weaker.
4. Mobile Suit Gundam: Crossfire
Mobile Suit Gundam: Crossfire, also known as Mobile Suit Gundam: Target in Sight in Japan and Europe, is a PlayStation 3 launch title based on Sunrise’s Mobile Suit Gundam brand. It was published and developed by Namco Bandai Games.
It was released on November 11, 2006, in Japan, November 17, 2006, in North America, and March 23, 2007, in Europe.
Crossfire is a Mobile Suit Gundam game. After the Federation’s GM production rose in October during the One Year War, UC 0079, all missions were based in the eastern half of the earth, from Africa to Australia.
In addition, the game has mainly garnered negative reviews. The first review of this game was published in the Japanese video game magazine Famitsu. Famitsu gave it a 32 out of 40 ratings, with each panelist giving it an 8 out of 10 ratings.
5. Dynasty Warriors: Gundam
The video game Dynasty Warriors: Gundam was released in 2007 and is based on the Gundam anime series. Omega Force created the game, which Bandai Namco Games published.
Dynasty Warriors: Gundam is an action-oriented hack ‘n’ slash with tactical components, similar to earlier Dynasty Warriors games.
The most significant distinction between Dynasty Warriors: Gundam and Koei’s Dynasty Warriors series is the actual content; rather than drawing characters and stories from the novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms, the games draw from numerous Gundam anime series.
In addition, the Japanese edition (Gundam Musou) sold over 100,000 copies on the first day of its release, making it the first PS3 game to do so.
Also, following Ridge Racer 7 and Mobile Suit Gundam: Crossfire, the game sold around 70% of its 170,000-180,000 opening day shipments, placing it third in overall sales.
6. Mobile Suit Gundam: Battle Operation 2
Mobile Suit Gundam: Battle Operation 2 is one of the Gundam video games. It is an online free-to-play action game launched in July 2018 on the PlayStation Store exclusively for the PlayStation 4.
Battles are fought between two teams of 1-6 players each via peer-to-peer connection, just like the original Battle Operation.
The game’s playable roster of mobile suits is exclusively from the Universal Century timeline. Battles are fought between two teams of 1-6 players each via peer-to-peer connection, just like the original Battle Operation.
Battle Operation 2 included maps for space warfare in addition to the ground-based fighting of the previous game. The dimensions of space combat are comparable to ground warfare, and the controls are similar.
However, mobility has been altered to allow free ascent and descent along a vertical axis rather than being restricted to a single plane or surface.
7. Mobile Suits Gundam Extreme Vs Maxi Boost On
Mobile Suit Gundam Extreme VS Maxi Boost ON is an upgrade to the arcade game Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme Vs. Maxi Boost, published for the Playstation 4 on March 9, 2016, will be available until July 30, 2020.
Its theme music is SiM’s No Future. In 2018, Mobile Suit Gundam Extreme Vs. 2 would be released in a proper sequel.
The gameplay is identical to its predecessor, but the EX Mode system has been revamped once more, combining it with the Overdrive.
Along with the basic Shooting and Fighting modes, it also introduces a third EX Mode dubbed Extend. While it does not provide stat bonuses, it allows the player to escape combos without waiting for the gauge to fill up.
The ON in the title refers to the game’s new online functionality, allowing users to play cooperatively or competitively.
8. Mobile Game Gundam: Gundam vs. Gundam
This is one of the Gundam video games that has recently crossover with other Gundam in the Gundam Vs. series. The game includes up to 30 distinct Mobile Weapons and a gameplay style similar to prior Gundam Vs. games.
9. Mobile Suit Gundam: Ex Revue
Mobile Suit Gundam: EX Revue is one of the different types of Gundam video games, a fighting arcade game released in Japan by Banpresto in 1994.
It was developed by Allumer and distributed by Banpresto. In addition, the game may be played in either English or Japanese.
Implying that Banpresto intended for this game to be released worldwide. It is based on the Mobile Suit Gundam property and is a renamed and modified version of the arcade game from 1993.
10. SD Gundam G generation Seed
SD Gundam G Generation SEED was launched in 2004 as the sequel to NEO and the second game in the series to be released on the PlayStation 2.
It was reissued and included in the ‘GUNDAM THE BEST’ compilation. Along with NEO and several other non-G Generation Gundam games.
Although the present style of the series would not fully develop until later, portions of SEED where the modern style initially began to take shape, for better or worse, SEED is the game that shifted the series toward free choice and limited linearity.
As seen in titles like Wars and World.
11. Mobile Suit Gundam vs. Gundam Next
The sequel to the original Mobile Suit Gundam Vs. Gundam arcade game, Gundam Vs. Gundam Next was published on March 18, 2009.
The series features Gundams from all animated series and movies and many OVAs as part of the franchise’s 30th Anniversary Project.
Later, an updated game version called Gundam Vs. Gundam Next PLUS was released for the Playstation Portable, including new units. The gameplay of the previous Gundam Vs. games has been improved and expanded upon.
Mobile suits with shields can now defend themselves against attacks manually by pressing down and quickly pressing up. The guards are indestructible and can resist an infinite number of strikes.
12. Ms Gundam: Extreme vs Force
This excellent mobile suit fighting game is a portable spin-off of the Extreme Vs. series, which was previously only available in Japan.
Fast-paced fighting between mobile suit squads is shown. While the traditional 2v2 battle style is still accessible, there are also options for insane 6v6 battles.
Extreme Force is a game mode that tells the story of the Universal Century through the eyes of two AI being trained in a battle simulation, and its brief missions make it suitable for playing on the fly.
13. Gundam: The Battle Master 2
Gundam: The Battle Master 2 is the immediate sequel to Gundam: The Battle Master, which was only available in Japan for the Sony Playstation.
The original game’s gameplay had been overhauled significantly. While mobile suits still have three health bars, they no longer regenerate over time, making the gameplay feel more like a typical combat game.
The attacks of ranged and melee weapons were also changed dramatically. Special attacks that utilize the primary weapon now have a numerical value for ammo consumption.
Fighters can alternate between single or short bursts to preserve ammo or fire additional rounds.
They were doing this at the expense of greater ammo consumption by pressing the Weak or Strong buttons with the order. If this value reaches 0, the attacks will no longer be used, and there will be no way to reload them.
14. Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn
Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn is a PlayStation 3 exclusive action game developed by From Software. The first three episodes of the anime adaptation serve as the basis for the game.
Namco Bandai published Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn in Japan on March 8, 2012. Furthermore, the game has a “Sub Flying” mechanism, in which the player’s character can sit atop a Mobile Suit to turn it into flight mode.
The transformations take place in real-time and are seamless.
15. Mobile Suit Gundam: Gundam Vs. Zeta Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam: Gundam vs. Zeta Gundam is one of the different types of Gundam video games, a third-person shooter arcade game for the PS2 and GameCube. The game is set seven years after the Gundam One Year War storyline.
Furthermore, there are 31 mobile suits in the game, and you can play them in five distinct modes. Arcade versus universal century mode, survival, and training is available.
In addition, according to the review aggregation website Metacritic, the PlayStation 2 version garnered “mixed” reviews.
On the other hand, Famitsu awarded it a 33 out of 40 for the PS2 version. And a 32 out of 40 for the GameCube version in Japan.
16. Mobile Suit Gundam Battle Operation Code Fairy
Mobile Suit Gundam Battle Operation Code Fairy is a video game for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 released in 2021.
The “Noisy Fairy,” a secret unit under the direct control of Kycilia of the Principality of Zeon.
Led by Alma, is pushing forward in the “One Year War” against the Earth Federation Forces.
They possess the White Devil to break through the deteriorating war situation on the North American continent.
Soldiers confront the brutality of combat and realize the inextricable relationships that bind them to their colleagues.
Furthermore, mobile Suit Gundam: Battle Operation 2’s engine, assets, and gameplay controls were used to create the game.
Data is shared between the two games, and progress in one unlocks rewards in the other.
The game is story-driven and single-player, unlike the game it is based on (with no online gameplay).
Additionally, during the plot sections of the game, pilots can be personalized and equipped with a variety of unique “pilot talents” for use in the game.