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Mobile Suit Gundam Seed: Never Ending Tomorrow

Not Rentable
GF Rating
6.8

345 ratings

Critic & User Reviews

GF Rating
8

Very Good

Different

posted by nightowl0 (COLORADO SPRINGS, CO) Nov 12, 2006

Member since Oct 2005

3 out of 3 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

Yes Gundam Seed Never Ending Tomorrow lacked in many area's however. I found the battles quite enjoyable and at certain times tough despite the Camera angles. It lacks in a heavy set story But then again this isn't an RPG some of the Best games i have played lacked story. None the Less if you watch the cutsceans and listen to what's going on there is a story there and a great one at that. One down fall of the game I would say is the fact you cant hear your partner nine times out of ten due to the fighting. That really is a pity considering they included a lot of Voice in the game. None the Less If you like Gundam Seed it has a sweet database full of Seed Info If you like Robots Fighting I can say their are other titles out their which present more to you. In the end i say this title is worth checking out!

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GF Rating
7

Good

For The Fans

posted by Sabrewulf (SEYMOUR, CT) Sep 15, 2008

Member since Sep 2008

2 out of 2 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

Upon first loading up this new Gundam title you are greeted by a lengthy intro using modified footage from the Gundam Seed anime.

This pure following of the show sets the tone for the rest of the game - for both the good and the bad.

When first playing the game you have the chance to follow the story from the cartoon or follow the ones from the Mobile Suit Gundam MSV [Mobile Suit Variation] series - a very nice touch as most of these tales have never been told outside of Japan.

While the presentation of the game through voice over from the cast of the show among other things is a great way to get you in the mood to play, the controls can have you reaching for the power button.

Never Ending Tomorrow uses the left analog stick to steer your mobile suit and the right stick to adjust the camera; it's not a bad setup but it IS inverted by default so if that's not your thing check the option menu first.

The face buttons on the controller are used to control your beam [ranged] attacks and your melee [close combat] attacks as well as your robot's jet boosters.

Though you can target most enemies quickly with these controls, the speedier ones can cause frustration as the game takes a few seconds to lock on before your shots hit with any degree or accuracy.

It should also be noted that when you get close enough to attack with your melee weapons the game switches to a new camera and lock on system that can also get somewhat irritating as it can interfere with your aim.

I know that from all this it sounds like I might not like the game, but that is not the case; there are just some thing about it's design that can turn some people off.

Basically, if you're a fan of the animated series or just space combat in general I suggest giving it a rental - You may like it more than you think.

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GF Rating
10

Perfect

Awesome game

posted by cheeseman (TUCSON, AZ) Nov 4, 2007

Member since Oct 2007

2 out of 2 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

Gundam seed never ending tommorow is a great game. It follows the storyline of the series greatly. Plus you can be both of the main characters from the series. Great graphics too. On a scale of 1-10 I'd give this game a 20. Thats how good it is. Hope you like it.

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