Gaia Gundam Waltfeld Joining Mobile Suit Gundam Extreme Vs. Full Boost As DLC

By Spencer . March 12, 2014 . 10:52pm


Bandai Namco Games is preparing three more Gundam for Mobile Suit Gundam Extreme Vs. Full Boost as downloadable content. Players will be able to purchase Gaia Gundam Waltfield Custom from Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny with Desert Tiger as the pilot. This Mobile Suit has a cost of 2,000, a beam rifle as its main weapon, and a beam blade as it’s hand to hand weapon.



Silver Sumo from Turn A Gundam with Poe Aijee is also on the DLC list.



Z-Gundam with a Zaku head from Gundam ZZ will be available too. This comically mismatched mecha has Iino Abbav as the pilot and costs 1,000.


All three Mobile Suits will be available on March 19 for 400 yen each.

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  • greeeed

    now we just need Freedom with Zaku head…
    (by the way, second and third pictures been swap)

  • Kaihedgie

    The happiest EX Mode ever

  • Shuryou

    I want that SUMO so badly. Turn A Turn~ Turn A Turn~ Tuuuurn Aaaaa~

  • Mr_SP

    Hum. The Sumo and Zeta Zaku images are switched around.

  • 永次

    As I always say in this news.
    Sumo Gold with Harry Ord, Z Gundam with Kamiiyu Bidan and Gaia with Stellar are mobile suits in Full Boost without any DLC, these
    DLCs you pay the new pilots and their new voice records.

  • eilegz

    same moveset? or this its just cosmetic?

  • KnifeAndFork

    Namco is localizing more niche titles than this. I always find that odd…

    • Kaihedgie

      Did you not say that they didn’t know how to market Gundam?

      • KnifeAndFork

        They obviously don’t since they gave up in the West

        • Kaihedgie

          And yet Barnes & Noble is selling Gunpla here.

          I’m not sure if you knew this, but as far as Gundam is concerned, Namco Bandai is playing it safe. I mean, if they REALLY gave up on us, we wouldn’t even have official contests on here. I’d also recommend looking up GundamInfo’s official site since they still use English logos. Hell, there’s even one for Gundam Build Fighters

          • KnifeAndFork

            And they region block other Gundam videos (Unicorn, )not to mention the most obvious: shutting down the whole western anime division last year known as Bandai Entertainment.
            There’s no reason to play it safe they’re the number one game publisher of 2013 and the biggest toy/ model manufacturer in Japan. And the Gundam VS series have sold 500k copies each for PS3.
            That’s more than double what most fighting games sell in Japan.
            Yet Namco localized the Saint Seiya fighting game to the U.S.
            do you really think they think Saint Seiya fighting game would sell more in the U.S. than Gundam??
            They help localize Koei’s DW Gundam series but not their own and they put silly restrictions on their game (like no retail U.S. version or Vita version).
            The whole point of the models being successful in the West SHOULD give them a hint that there’s an interest for Gundam in the West but they take zero initiative on exploiting that.
            They’ll localize Armored Core to the West (with poor marketing) which has been getting poorer sales in Japan and the West for quite some time now but they won’t even try with Gundam.
            With games like Hawken, Titanfall and Steel Battalion, it’s proof the West does like mechs in games.
            SNK is in the seat of having to “play it safe”. Namco is not. They are “not playing it smart” is more like it.

          • Kaihedgie

            Region-blocked, huh?

            Yeeeeeah, you might wanna take a closer look. None of Gundam.Info’s videos are region-blocked, not even all of the episodes of Gundam AGE. AnimeChannel got rid of the English dub episodes for Wing, Gundam, G and Zeta because they don’t hold the rights to them, only the people who made them in the first place. However, none of the Unicorn promotional videos ever said that the episodes, especially the last one, was going to be released in Japan only. They explicitly said “Worldwide”.

            However, one of the animes Gundam.Info hosts, BraveBattleWarriors, is fully dubbed. They also have an MS Encyclopedia with English translations supplied as well. They even have Gunpla building video tutorials in full-on English.

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