SD Gundam G Generation Genesis details custom characters, quests; PS4 and PS Vita comparison videos

The latest on the November-due strategy RPG.

Bandai Namco has released new SD Gundam G Generation Genesis information and screenshots introducing the game’s “My Character” and “Quest” features, and the latest Mobile Suits, as well as a pair of videos comparing the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita versions.

Get the information below.

■ My Character

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Players can create a maximum of 20 custom characters and customize their name to gender, birthday, blood type, outfit, voice, and background music. The character’s abilities and skills vary based on their birthday and blood type. Character voices can be selected from a lineup of well-known voice actors. There are over 30 costumes to select between both genders. It should be noted that SD Gundam G Generation Genesis features 37 original characters who can also be added to your party.

■ Quests

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There are over 200 quests for players to take on, each with their own conditions such as clearing the stage. You’ll receive a reward by clearing these conditions, such as a pilot or Mobile Suit production. Additionally, you may be able to see the clear conditions of new quests.

■ Latest Mobile Suits

Gundam Ground Type (Mobile Suit Gundam: Lost War Chronicles)

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Ground Type Gelgoog (Mobile Suit Gundam: Lost War Chronicles)

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Extraordinary-Superior Gundam (Gundam Sentinel)

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Gundam Mk-V (Gundam Sentinel)

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If you missed it, catch our previous update here.

SD Gundam G Generation Genesis will launch for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Japan, and in Asia with English subtitles, on November 22.

Watch the comparison videos below. View the screenshots at the gallery.

PlayStation 4

PS Vita

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