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    SD Gundam G Generation World

    Game » consists of 4 releases. Released Feb 24, 2011

    G Generation World is yet another entry in the G Generation series of Gundam-based strategy games. New series include SD Gundam Sangokuden and the Gundam 00 movie.

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     SD Gundam G Generation World is the sequel to G Generation Wars, both of which are part of the SD Gundam G Generation series of turn-based strategy games. It is both the Wii's and the PSP's second G Gen game. This game adds more series, more characters, and more Mobile Suits.


     G Gen World's gameplay does not appear to deviate far from its predecessors. The player builds a force of Mobile Suits and pilots and uses them to fight in missions based on the various Gundam series. As an MS attacks, dodges, or gets hit by an attack, its pilot's "MP" rating increases or decreases accordingly. If the pilot's MP is maxed out, he or she goes into Critical mode and deals much more damage; if the pilot's MP is emptied, he or she become highly vulnerable to enemy attacks.
    Most of the systems from G Generation Wars returns, including Exchange and Wars Break (now "Generation Break"). This game introduces "Challenge Missions," special missions which involve secret units.
    For the first time, the player is allowed to create their own faceless pilot. The pilot's name, gender, faction, voice, and battle music can be customized.

    Master Characters

    The Master Character system from G Generation Wars returns, and is expanded to include a handful of rival characters. Like Wars, the Master Character receives a "Basic," downgraded version of his/her signature MS that must be upgraded to become the regular version.
    Unlike Wars, the Master Character is not neccessary to unlock side characters; with the exception of Collection-based unlocks, all pilots are available from the start.
    Amuro Ray (UC 0079)
    Mobile Suit Gundam
    Char Aznable (UC 0079)
    Mobile Suit Gundam
    Kou Uraki
    Gundam 0083
    Anavel Gato
    Gundam 0083
    Kamille Bidan
    Zeta Gundam
    Quattro Bajeena
    Zeta Gundam
    Jerid Messa
    Zeta Gundam
    Judau Ashta
    Gundam ZZ
    Haman Karn (UC 0088)
    Gundam ZZ
    Amuro Ray (UC 0093)
    Char's Counterattack
    Char Aznable (UC 0093)
    Char's Counterattack
    Banagher Links
    Gundam Unicorn
    Seabook Arno
    Gundam F91
    Tobia Arronax
    Crossbone Gundam
    Uso Ewin
    Victory Gundam
    Domon Kasshu
    G Gundam
    Heero Yuy
    Gundam Wing
    Zechs Merquise
    Gundam Wing
    Garrod Ran
    Gundam X
    Loran Cehack
    Turn A Gundam
    Kira Yamato (CE 71)
    Gundam SEED
    Athrun Zala (CE 71)
    Gundam SEED
    Shinn Asuka
    SEED Destiny
    Setsuna F. Seiei (2307 AD)
    Gundam 00
    Mr. Bushido
    Gundam 00

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