Gundam Breaker pits large against small mobile suits

Destroy and collect in Crafts & Meister's upcoming Gundam. has gone up with a new online preview of Gundam Breaker, its upcoming Gundam plastic model fighter for PlayStation 3 and PS Vita from Crafts & Meister, the creators behind Earth Seeker.

Overwhelming Scale
The game highlights plastic model mobile suits, making a confrontation between 1/144 scale Gundams versus 1/60 scale Gundams a reality.

Destroy Your Opponent’s Parts
From arms and legs to your mobile suit’s head, nothing is immune from being demolished in battle.

Varieties of dioramas become the battlefields!
Choose from a variety of diorama stages, each with varying terrain! From a casino, Odaiba City, and the snowy mountain of Kiliminjaro to Gundam stages like Axis asteroid and Jaburo forest.

You can prepare and select missions from the hangar where your mobile suit is stored.

Naturally, you’ll go on missions with your chosen mobile suit. Destroy enemy mobile suits and aim for mission achievements.

When you defeat enemy mobile suits, you can collect the parts they drop. After a mission is completed, the result screen lists the items parts you obtained. You can sell parts you don’t need for extra cash.

Various Models on the Roster
Playable models include:

  • 1/144 RX-78-2 Gundam
  • 1/144 ZGMF-X20A Strike Freedom Gundam
  • 1/144 GN-0000 00 Gundam
  • 1/144 MS-06 Zaku II
  • 1/144 MSN-04 Sazabi
  • 1/144 MSN-06S Sinanju

Customize with Collected Parts
You can use the parts you collect in missions to create an original custom mobile suit. Parts at a glance include: head, body, arm, leg, backpack, shield, adjoined weapons, shooting weapons, and options as well as EX-ACT and MODULES.

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