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Submitted by Handheld_Heroes 357d ago | review

Dynasty Warriors: Gundam Reborn Review [GamerTell]

Omar writes - "Playing a Dynasty Warriors game reminds me a bit of eating a bowl of rice. Dynasty Warriors is basic video games. You push buttons, 50 men die, and repeat ad infinitum. While the medium has continued to cross breed and shoot for cinematic and storytelling ambitions, Dynasty Warriors‘ formula for the most part hasn’t changed since its inception almost a decade ago, and has been applied to numerous spin offs. That makes it a complementary vehicle to the Gundam franchise, the definitive “real robot” anime whose franchise and model kit merchandise has seen so much success that it has officially folded in on itself and moved into an anime about characters fighting with model kits." (Dynasty Warriors Gundam Reborn, PS3) C+/A+

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