Gundam Musou coming to North America

By Spencer . May 11, 2007 . 2:16pm

Namco Bandai and KOEI announced they would co-publish Gundam Musou in North America under a new name, Dynasty Warriors: Gundam. The version of Dynasty Warriors is scheduled to come out in “late summer” for the Playstation 3 and the Xbox 360. Previously, Gundam Musou was considered a Playstation 3 exclusive. Namco Bandai, who published the title in Japan, has not announced if they have plans to release the Xbox 360 version in Japan.


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  • Aoshi00

    Hope there would be optional Jpn audio, since the US DVDs for the org. Gundam anime only has the Eng. dub…

  • http://weaselsblaugh.blogspot.com/ wildweasel

    Dynasty Warriors: Gundam? If it wasn’t May already, I would assume that this was just another dumb April Fools joke – but I guess KOEI really _is_ that dumb to tie a completely unrelated game in to a radically different brand name. This is almost akin to making a sci-fi first person shooter and then giving it the Elder Scrolls brand.

  • Aoshi00

    Actually it’s not that far-fetched at all if you think about the gameplay of both games. I was a little surprised too when this cross-over was announced months ago. I mean, destroying hordes of Zakus w/ the Zeta Gundam’s beam saber and machine gun? Yet it sounds satisfying to me (wonder if you can control Char’s Hyaku-shiki). Also, this game sells like hotcakes in Jpn given the strong brand name of the two franchises, it just seems a perfect fit. I’m excited about this since there weren’t that many great Gundam games.

    The slightly strange English title aside, I think it’d be mad fun to do some hack & slash w/ the mobile suits while advancing thru Gundam’s canon storyline, at least more so than killing goblins in Ninety-nine nights.

  • Uzumaki Kiba

    “wonder if you can control Char’s Hyaku-shiki”

    Ooh, let’s hope so.

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