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Item Number: NTR-P-YEGJ
Publisher: Bandai
Jan/UPC Code: 4582224491865
NCS Product Synopsis
Update: May 1, 2008
«©NCSX» Bandai avoids doing another run 'n gun Gundam game and plunges the fabled franchise into a turn-based strategy sim which follows the events that began in the Gundam 0079 timeline. Emblem of Gundam is a mix of interactive story-driven sequences and tactical theaters of conflict.

Players marshal mechs on grid-laced battlefields where single unit encounters are possible along with skirmishes between entire squadrons of up to 100 mechs. The action takes place on the touch screen while the top screen shows team stats and other indicators. When a battle begins, the "Power Balance" of the two sides is shown which determines which contingent is stronger.

Before a battle begins, players may set up the team and choose the characters that'll participate in the conflict. Mech pilots possess special abilities and gifts which will help them during the encounter - for example, Ray Amuro has "Gundam Control" skills which allow him to maneuver Gundam mechs with innate skill and attack with unerring accuracy. On the side of the Zeon, Char Aznable has "Versatile Mobile Suit Control" abilities which also allow him to maneuver mechs os all stripes with expert handling.

The five works from which Emblem of Gundam draws its storyline are:

» Mobile Suit Gundam
» Gundam 08th MS Team
» Mobile Suit Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket
» Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory
» Mobile Suit Gundam Z

Mechs and pilots featured in the game include:
» Gundam RX-78-2 / Ray Amuro
» MS-06S Zaku II / Char Aznable
» Gundam RX-79 Ez8 / Shiro Amada
» RX-78 GP-03 Gundam "Dendrobium Orchis"
» RX-75-4 Guntank
» Gundam NT-1 Alex
» RX-78 Gundam MK II
... and many more

View the back cover and screenshots on the main NCSX website.

Japanese NDS games may be played on North American and European NDS handhelds. There is no region-coding on Nintendo DS game cards.

This document is ©NCSX 2008. All rights reserved. No reproduction in whole or in part of this document may be made without express written consent of National Console Support, Inc.

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