Kidou Senshi Gundam Seed: Rengou vs. Z.A.F.T. Portable is a third person arcade game based on the Gundam Seed franchise. It was developed for the PS2 in 2005 and ported to PSP in 2007 by Capcom and published by Bandai (now known as Bandai Namco Games) in Japan. Similarly to Mobile Suit Gundam: Gundam vs. Zeta Gundam, the player can choose to ally themselves with either O.M.N.I., Z.A.F.T. or Blue Cosmos and fight against the other factions. The Arcade Mode has 9 stages plus a bonus Extra Stage.
This mode provides the same basic gameplay as the original arcade, with the added bonus that players may configure various fight settings to customize the gameplay. The AI skill level, along with Damage dealt/received, round time, boost gauge, and other options for Arcade battles, may be adjusted in Game Options. Players may also choose to engage in cooperative gameplay with a friend in the Arcade multiplayer co-op mode. However, not all units in the game are playable in this mode.
Free Battle/VS Mode
Versus Mode features all playable units in the game, including units you cannot select in Arcade Mode. This mode supports up to 4 human players or play against 3 AI opponents in a free-for-all deathmatch or in teams. The PlayStation Portable version uses the PSP’s Ad Hoc mode to connect players but does not support Game sharing so each player must have their own copy of the game.
In Mission Mode, players must first choose O.M.N.I. or Z.A.F.T. as his/her alliance. About half-way through the storyline, players can choose to either continue serving their original alliance or defect to the Orb Union. Players start off with two of four basic units, depending on their initial alliance. Players fighting for the O.M.N.I. forces start off with the FX-550 Skygrasper and UWMF/S-1 GINN WASP. Those playing as Z.A.F.T. pilots are given the TFA-2 ZuOOT and UWMF/S-1 GINN. As the game progresses, players will also acquire new units after beating certain missions. Additionally, points awarded after each mission allow players to upgrade to better mobile suits by filling up their SP gauge (similar to leveling up with an EXP gauge in most RPGs). Different units are made available depending on the choice of upgrades selected by the player.
Publisher: Bandai Namco Games
Genre: Third person Shooter
Release Date: 2007-04-04
Media Format: UMD
Disc ID: ULJM-05238
ISO size: 836 MB
Image Format: .ISO
Scene Group: Caravan
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