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The greater the enemy, the greater the war. Join the battle! Dynasty Warriors® Gundam® 2. Read reviews and ratings of Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 2 from our experts, and see what our community says, too! I'll admit that I'm both a DW fan and a Gundam fan. So its the second. IDCheat.com-Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 2, awalnya dirilis di Jepang sebagai Gundam Musou 2, adalah taktis aksi video game berdasarkan Gundam anime seri, dan sekuel tahun 2007 Dynasty Warriors: Gundam. Hal ini dikembangkan oleh Koei / Omega Force dan diterbitkan oleh Namco Bandai. Dynasty Warriors Gundam 3 PC Game Is An Action Packed Role Playing Game. Omega Force Have Developed This Hack And Slash Game And It Is Based On The Gundam Anime Series. This Futuristic Game Was Published Under The Top Banner Of Bandai Namco. The Game Comes As A Sequel To The Super Hit Action Game, Dynasty Warriors Gundam 2.

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Transformable Suits

There are some mobile suits that can transform and the way you know which ones can is that when you go to choose a mobile suit the ones that can transform their names are written in yellow.

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Alternate Title Screen (1)

Complete Amuro Ray's story in Char's Counterattack to unlock an alternate title screen.

Alternate Title Screen (2)

  • Char's Gelgoog Have a good relationship with Char, and successfully complete his second license mission.
  • Char's Zaku Have a good relationship with Char, and successfully complete his first license mission.
  • Destiny Gundam Successfully complete Shinn's Story mode missions, and have a good relationship with him. Then, complete his license mission.
  • God Gundam Have a good relationship with Domon, and successfully complete his license mission.
  • Gundam Have a good relationship with Amuro, and successfully complete both his license missions.
  • Gundam Epyon Have a good relationship with Milliardo, and successfully complete his license mission.
  • Gundam F91 Successfully complete Seabook's Story mode missions, and have a good relationship with him. Then, complete his license mission.
  • Gundam MK-II AUEG & Titans Have a good relationship with Kamille, and successfully complete both his license missions.
  • Hyaku Shiki Have a good relationship with Char, and successfully complete both his license missions.
  • Infinite Justice Gundam Successfully complete his Story mode mission, and have good relationship with Athrun. Then, complete his license mission.
  • Master Gundam Get God Gundam's license. Have a good relationship with Master Asia, and successfully complete his license mission.
  • Musha Gundam Defeat 5,000 Mobile suits, and successfully complete the corresponding Free mission. Then, complete Free missions 1 through 6.
  • Musha Gundam MK-II Successfully complete 50 missions, then successfully complete the corresponding Free mission. Complete Free mission 7, then complete his license missi
  • Nu Gundam Unlock all UC licenses, and have very good relationship with Amuro. Then, complete his license mission.
  • Quebeley (Haman) ave a good relationship with Haman, and successfully complete her license mission.
  • Quebeley (Puru/Puru Two) Have a good relationship with Puru and Puru Two, and successfully complete their license mission.
  • Sazabi Have Char's Zaku, Char's Z'Gok, and Hyaku Shiki's licenses. Have a very good relationship with Char, and successfully complete both his license missio
  • Strike Freedom Gundam Successfully complete Kira's Story mode missions, and have good relationship with him. Then, complete his license mission.
  • The O Have a good relationship with Scirocco, and successfully complete his license mission.
  • Turn A Gundam Have a good relationship with Loran, and successfully complete his license mission.
  • V2 Gundam Successfully complete Uso's Story mode missions, and have good relationship with him. Then, complete his license mission.
  • Wing Zero Gundam Have a good relationship with Heero, and successfully complete his license mission.
  • Z Gundam Have a good relationship with Kamille, and successfully complete both his license missions.
  • ZZ Gundam Have a good relationship with Judau and Roux, and successfully complete both their license missions.
  • Musha Gundam and Musha Gundam Mk II Licenses Complete Download Mission 7: Focus
  • Amuro Ray Costume

    Complete all five story missions in Mission mode with Amuro Ray.

    Char Aznable Costume

    Successfully complete all five story missions in Mission mode with Char Aznable.

    More Costumes

    Haman Karn : Successfully complete all five story missions in Mission mode with Haman Karn.
    Laura Rolla : Successfully complete all five story missions in Mission mode with Loran Cehack.
    Zechs Marquise : Successfully complete all five story missions in Mission mode with Milliardo Peacecraft.

    Additional Licenses

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  • Remember the Past missions 1-6 Complete the 5000 shotdown mission
  • Remember the Past 7 Complete the 50 completed missions mission
  • Aratama Complete Remember the Past missions 1-6
  • Nigitama Complete Remember the Past 7
  • Musha Gudam Licenses Complete License mission Aratama
  • Musha Gudam Mk. 2 License Complete License mission Nigitama
  • Unlockables

  • Kai Shiden Have good relations with Kai and then clear his friendshipmission
  • Hayato Kobayashi Have good relations with Hayato and clear his friendshipmission
  • Sleggar Law Play as a female character, have good relations with Sleggar, andthen read his mail to unlock his friendship mission; clear it
  • Dozle Zabi Accept invitation to join Zeon and clear the missions given
  • M'Quve Read a request mail from Kycillia while joining Zeon and clear themission given
  • Ramba Ral Read a request mail from Dozle while joining Zeon and clear themission given; also need to befriend Ramba Ral first
  • Yazan Gable Have good relations with Yazan after joining Titans, read hismail and clear the test mission given
  • Sarah Zabiarov Have good relations with Sarah and Scirocco, bad relationswith Reccoa, then read Sarah's mail and clear the mission given
  • Reccoa Londe Play as Yazan Gable and shoot down Reccoa in any mission
  • Four Murasame Finish Kamille Bidan's story missions and read the new mail tounlock Four's friendship mission; clear it
  • Rosamia Badam Have best relations with Kamille after joining AEUG, then readhis mail and clear the mission given
  • Glemy Toto Agree to help Glemy establish his own faction while joining Axis,and clear the mission given
  • Gyunei Guss Play as Quess Paraya, and read Gyunei's mail to unlock hisfriendship mission; clear it
  • Quess Paraya Play as a non-Newtype, build up relation with Quess until youreceive mail from her, then make the character a Newtype
  • Cecily Fairchild Finish Seabook Arno's story missions
  • Katejina Loos Have good relations with Katejina and read her mail to unlockher friendship missions; V2 Gundam license is required to clear them
  • Gym Ghingnham After joining Dianna Counter, have at least normal relationswith Gym and he will send a mail; read and clear the mission given
  • Lunamaria Hawke Clear Shinn Asuka's story mission and read Lunamaria's mail;Zaku II CA license is required to clear the mission
  • Lacus Clyne Clear Kira Yamato & Athrun Zala's story missions, and read Lacus'mail in Kira's terminall; clear the mission given
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    Trophy List

    Official Mode 1 Character (Bronze) Clear Official Mode using 1 character.
    Mission Mode 1 Character (Bronze) Clear Mission Mode using 1 character.
    Mission Mode 5 Characters (Bronze) Clear Mission Mode using 5 characters.
    Mission Mode 10 Characters (Bronze) Clear Mission Mode using 10 characters.
    All Giant Mobile Armor Destroyed (Bronze) Destroy all Giant Mobile Armors.
    Total Shot Down 10000 (Bronze) Total Shot Down in Player Record exceeds 10000.
    Total Missions 100 (Bronze) Total Missions in Player Record exceeds 100.
    Character Gallery Complete (Bronze) Complete the Character Gallery.
    Mobile Suit Gallery Complete (Bronze) Complete the Mobile Suit Gallery.
    Battle Ship Gallery Complete (Bronze) Complete the Battle Ship Gallery.
    Movie Gallery Complete (Bronze) Complete the Movie Gallery.
    Official Mode All Characters (Silver) Clear Official Mode with all characters.
    Mission Mode 15 Characters (Silver) Clear Mission Mode using 15 characters.
    Pilot Level MAX (Silver) Achieve Pilot Level 50 with at least one character.
    Total Shot Down 100000 (Silver) Total Shot Down in Player Record exceeds 100000.
    Total Missions 200 (Silver) Total Missions in Player Record exceeds 200.
    Skill Complete (Silver) Complete all Skills for any one character.
    License Complete (Silver) Complete all Licenses for any one character.
    Mission Mode All Characters (Gold) Clear Mission Mode with all characters.
    All Missions Cleared (Gold) Clear all missions in Mission Mode.
    Playable Characters Complete (Gold) Acquire all playable characters.
    Playable Mobile Suits Complete (Gold) Acquire all playable Mobile Suits.
    Rank 4 Parts Released (Gold) Release Rank 4 part for all the Mobile Suits.
    100% of Trophies Obtained! (Platinum) 100% of Trophies obtained in Dynasty Warriors Gundam 2.
    Love is the Pulse of the Stars (Bronze) Watch Kamille's ending movie 'Love is the Pulse of the Stars'.
    Achieved 50 Ace points (Bronze) Will be unlocked after achieving 50 Ace points.
    Achieved 100 Ace points (Bronze) Will be unlocked after achieving 100 Ace points.
    Zaku Tank, Lord of Land (Silver) View the Terminal Event, [Lord of Land].
    Ball, King of Space (Silver) View the Terminal Event, [King of Space].
    Achieved 500 Ace points (Silver) Will be unlocked after achieving 500 Ace points.
    All Friendship (Gold) Achieve 'Friendship' with all characters.

    Fighting the corner of KOEI's Dynasty Warriors/Musou series isn't exactly a fashionable cause. It's not like they're cel-shaded, or full of obtuse philosophising, or surreal humour (although there is something pretty strange about the haircuts and voice-acting). But, especially in the case of Gundam Musou, it is a worthy cause.

    Except in Japan, Gundam Musou is one of the most cruelly overlooked games of recent years, using the various Gundam universes as a pretext for injecting a heightened sense of dynamism to the Dynasty Warriors battlefield formula, taking it to new heights of brilliance. Gundam Musou 2 isn't quite so paradigmatic, but it does build on its predecessor to take that formula to even greater extremes, and it offers so much content that you'll probably still be unlocking stuff this time next year.

    If you've never played the first game, or indeed any other Warriors game, start here. It is the apogee of KOEI's distinctive brand of action strategy: shape the course of battle by ploughing through hundreds of enemy drones, face climactic encounters with enemy officers, and implement real-time strategy through immediate action, chaining combos together, and darting about the battlefield to meet each new threat. And do so with a speed and fluidity that outstrips any of the other Warriors titles (even Dynasty Warriors 6). If you couldn't care less about Gundam, then it doesn't matter because you can just concentrate on the action. If you could care less about Gundam, then you will be well catered for because this game contains more mobile suits than you could shake a big robotic stick at (unless you're an American and think 'could care less' means 'couldn't care less', in which case, as above, it doesn't matter).

    If you're one of that small band of devotees who have been patiently awaiting a sequel ever since they racked up hundreds of hours on the first game, you might be wondering what the sequel does differently. First, there are the changes on the field of battle. The one that the people at KOEI seem keenest to promote is that there are now even bigger robots that appear occasionally, but actually they don't really add much at all apart from interrupting the flow of the game with some mildly irritating and lengthy boss battles. They don't really pop up too often to ever get truly annoying though, and, who knows, some people might actually enjoy them. A more welcome change, and probably the most significant, is that your boosters now last for longer, allowing you to use them to chain your combos into increasingly lengthy waves of destruction - making you feel even more empowered, and opening up new strategic options.

    The other changes to the way the action works are relatively minor: stalemates with enemy officers are now resolved by a quick-time-style sequence of button presses instead of simple button mashing - and it works so well that you wonder why KOEI didn't implement it before. And Musou attacks no longer escalate with each filled Musou bar; instead each filled bar extends the duration of the Musou attack, and each mobile suit has two Musou attacks - one in the air and one on the ground. If none of that means anything to you, just understand this: it works better than before.

    Gundam Musou 2 also makes changes sway from the battlefield, by drawing on an even wider range of Gundam sources than in the first game. By unlocking new parts over the course of the game you can create new mobile suits to take the playable number up to a staggering 62 (compared to 19 in the first game). Gundam geeks will now get to spazz out over suits from Char's Counterattack, Victory Gundam, and Gundam SEED Destiny, on top of all the series featured in the first game. Or they might spit with rage that their own favourite Gundam imprint hasn't been included - but if you're the kind of person who gets hung up on whether Turn A is better than Gundam Wing, you're probably missing the point of Gundam Musou. It is not, really, a Gundam game as much as it is a Warriors game, and if you're looking for some canonical sense of authenticity, then perhaps you should stick to the cartoons.

    In any case, the real difference between Gundam Musou 2 and the first game is in its size and scope. The first game contained an official mode and original mode, which each featured five or six missions for each of the 22 characters. Its sequel contains an original mode, which is similar to the first game, and a mission mode, which contains nearly 100 missions per character - missions that allow you to build up friendships with other pilots; missions that allow you to unlock new equipment; missions that develop the story; and missions that are just free to play; while between missions you exchange emails with other pilots and conduct research into new technology. It is a staggering amount of content, and in terms of value for money alone, Gundam Musou 2 eclipses most other games, with enough to keep devoted fans occupied well beyond a hundred hours.

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    That's not to say that game length is a reliable measure of excellence - of course it's not. And some people will no doubt want to criticise Gundam Musou 2 for a perceived lack of originality, because at its heart this is the same game as before. But on those grounds you'd also have to criticise every iteration of FIFA or PES, or Halo, or Resistance. For anyone who has found themselves fifty hours into the first game and still wanting more, Gundam Musou 2 delivers it, with flourish. If you play through this avalanche of new content and you still don't find yourself warming to KOEI's Warriors series, then you can probably forget about ever doing so, because Gundam Musou 2 is absolutely the best in its class. Here's hoping it won't be quite so criminally overlooked as the first game.

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