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Updated HQ scans for Famitsu’s SD Gundam G Generarion Wars.
SD Gundam G Generarion Wars (PS2/Wii)
From Famitsu Magazine.
From Dengeki PS Magazine.
More G Generation Wars info from ikusagami.info
New Factor 1: Unit exchange
Aside from “design” and “development“, “exchange” is the 3rd method for obtaining units. A single unit can be exchanged into another unit from a different universe according to its stats and levels. For example:
- a level 3 Gundam Mk-II can be exchanged for a Tieren Tao-II, Dije, Bigro and a 4th unclear unit
- a level 6 Kusi Gundam can be exchanged for Agrissa, Turn A, V2 Assault Buster or a 4th unclear unit
- a level 6 Kusi Gundam equipped with OP parts can be exchanged for Strike Freedom, Turn X, Dendrobium and a 4th unclear unit
New Factor 2: OP Parts
Each unit can equip up to 3 parts. Parts are available for both units and battleships, and now there are also expandable parts like Instant Repair Kit and Instant Energy Tanks.
New Factor 3: Character Ability
There are several special abilities that gives special bonus to certain characters. There are abilities such as Newtype and Serious, but also character specific ones like White Devil for Amuro (raises attack and mobility stats for specific mechs) and Operation Meteor for Heero (raises melee and range stats, damage when not on a team).
Also, players can raise stats and ability levels using Ace Points.
New Factor 4: Master Character and Recruiting
At the beginning of the game, you can choose one main character for a series, which will become the Master Character. Then, characters from the same series will be available to buy. Later on, you’ll be able to choose more Master Characters. Depending on the chosen character, powerful rival characters will be available.
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