Gundam Anniversary Website

Gundam Game 35th Anniversary Website Lists Every Past Gundam Title

Bandai Namco has launched a special Gundam game 35th anniversary website, which includes a timeline of every Gundam game released starting 1986. Additionally, the website features special anniversary campaigns, sales, and collaboration events as part of the celebration. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]

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The website lists Mobile Suit Z Gundam: Hot Scramble, released for the Famicom in 1986, as the first-ever Gundam game. From there, the extensive list continues throughout the years, covering releases from the Super Famicom, Macintosh, Sega Saturn, and arcade cabinets. Furthermore, each entry includes the official release date and platform of said title.

The website’s timeline also showcases more recent releases, such as 2020’s Gundam Extreme Vs. Maxi Boost ON and 2021’s Gundam: Bonds of the Battlefield II. However, previously announced, but unreleased games such as Gundam Evolution  are not included in the list. If you’re feeling particularly passionate about a certain title, you can choose up to three games to tweet out to the official Gundam games Twitter account as part of a follow and retweet campaign where fans can win limited edition anniversary merchandise.

Finally, Bandai Namco highlighted several games that are currently holding anniversary events, such as Gundam Area Wars and SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays. Bandai will continue to update the website with new content in the near future.


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