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Dynasty Warriors: Gundam Reborn Review | GIZORAMA

Daniel Kurland, GIZORAMA - "The Gundam franchise has delighted those embracing it through both television and manga for over twenty years. There’s a tremendous amount of love and fandom towards the property, so it’s not surprising that in recent years a wealth of Gundam games have flooded the marketplace.

These games in past years for a myriad of reasons, largely haven’t clicked. Whether it be them largely having clunky controls, not having the right tone, or worse, that it doesn’t really feel like you’re operating these iconic mechas. Fortunately, there finally seems to be a game that is worthy of the Gundam title, just who would have thought that it’d take combining the series with the sensibilities of a scrambling franchise like Dynasty Warriors to do it right? Granted, this isn’t the first Dynasty Warriors/Gundam collaboration, but it is the one that feels most fully realized and will have you genuinely excited to be tearing robots to shreds."

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3606d ago
ICANPLAYGAMES23606d ago

I may have to check this out, played a demo of the first one, and thought it was kinda neat (but just never pulled the trigger on that one), maybe I'll grab this one.

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10 Disappointing Vita Localization Snubs

VGChartz's Adam Cartwright: "10 games which were localized for the western market and exist on Vita in Japan, but not overseas. It’s a topical subject I decided to finally tackle after NIS America unceremoniously decided to skip over Vita for Metal Max Xeno in the west – a decision which really bothered me as this was a game I’d been tremendously looking forward to. However, it’s just the latest in a long line of Vita titles this has happened to which has made being a Vita fan somewhat of a rollercoaster, particularly in its later years."

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2165d ago
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The Top 8 Games Based on Anime

IGN - Like all the cool special edition PS4s, Japan keeps the best anime video games for itself. Unless it’s from a super popular series like Dragon Ball Z or Naruto, then there’s sadly little chance of games based on anime making it to North America. If a game does receive an official translation, it’s usually several months to years after the initial Japanese release, such as with J-Stars Victory VS+.

Even so, a few gems have made it to North America over the years. Whether you're a huge anime fan or just a gamer looking for some stylish action, you can't go wrong with these 8 awesome anime adaptations.

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Review: Dynasty Warriors: Gundam Reborn (DarkZero)

Dominic Sheard, DarkZero: "I would be mighty shocked if anyone who plays video games and is reading this review hasn't heard of the Warriors franchise. You don’t need to have played the games to know the name, as the series has grown past its original Chinese story of the Romance of the Three Kingdoms with the Dynasty Warriors games and moved into various other historical times, such as the Japanese samurai era with Samurai Warriors, and other well-known intellectual properties. Like anime? Then you might have seen or played One Piece: Pirate Warriors or Fist of the North Star: Ken's Rage. Are you a Nintendo or The Legend of Zelda fan? Then you are most likely eyeing up Hyrule Warriors that comes out in September that is filling in the barebones release schedule of the Wii U. Today, though, we are talking about the recent entry in another anime licensed game, Gundam, with the fourth entry in the Dynasty Warriors: Gundam series, called Dynasty Warriors: Gundam Reborn, upon us for all fans to destroy thousands upon thousands of mechanical walking machines."

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