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'''SD Gundam G Generation''' is a series of strategy-RPG [[video games]] that focus on the [[Gundam]] [[anime]] franchise.
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'''SD Gundam G Generation''' is a series of strategy-RPG video games that focus on the Gundam anime franchise.
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
The G Generation series technically began in [[1996]], when Bandai released a series of six games for [[Nintendo]]'s [[Super Famicon]] console, each focusing on a particular era from the Gundam multiverse. A Generation focused on the [[One Year War]], B Generation focused on the [[Gryps Conflict]], and so forth up to F Generation, which covered the plot of [[G Gundam]]. Instead of continuing the obvious progression and making a G Generation game themed about [[Gundam Wing]], Bandai held on to the title. Since "G" was often used as an abbreviation for "Gundam", it was decided that G Generation would encompass a wider scope. When it was finally released in [[1998]] for the [[Sony PlayStation]], G Generation covered the plot for [[Mobile Suit Gundam]] through [[Char's Counterattack]] and featured characters from the remaining [[Universal Century]] series as well as [[G Gundam]], [[Gundam Wing]] and [[Gundam X]].
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The G Generation series technically began in 1996, when Bandai released a series of six games for Nintendo's Super Famicon console, each focusing on a particular era from the Gundam multiverse. A Generation focused on the [[One Year War]], B Generation focused on the [[Gryps Conflict]], and so forth up to F Generation, which covered the plot of [[G Gundam]]. Instead of continuing the obvious progression and making a G Generation game themed about [[Gundam Wing]], Bandai held on to the title. Since "G" was often used as an abbreviation for "Gundam", it was decided that G Generation would encompass a wider scope. When it was finally released in 1998 for the Sony PlayStation, G Generation covered the plot for [[Mobile Suit Gundam]] through [[Char's Counterattack]] and featured characters from the remaining [[Universal Century]] series as well as [[G Gundam]], [[Gundam Wing]] and [[Gundam X]].
   
 
==Series Features==
 
==Series Features==
*'''[[super deformed|Super Deformed]]''' - The G Generation's most distinctive feature is the fact that the machines are always depicted in a super deformed fashion. This may be to prevent problems with the different proportions used in various Gundam series, but a larger reason may be the fact that Sunrise has been known to charge a heavy licensing fee for full-sized versions of their mecha to appear in video games, a problem which also plagues the [[Super Robot Wars]] series of video games.
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*'''Super Deformed''' - The G Generation's most distinctive feature is the fact that the machines are always depicted in a super deformed fashion. This may be to prevent problems with the different proportions used in various Gundam series, but a larger reason may be the fact that Sunrise has been known to charge a heavy licensing fee for full-sized versions of their mecha to appear in video games, a problem which also plagues the [[Super Robot Wars]] and Compati Hero series of video games. As with other recent SD Gundam appearances however, the scale later became three heads tall as opposed to two.
   
*'''Story''' - The G Generation series tends to operate in one of two ways in regards to plot. Most of the games released for home consoles faithfully recreate the plot of the series included, while most of the games for handheld systems feature a new storyline that combines elements of all the series' plots together while giving the characters new relationships. For example, G Generation Advance has [[Domon Kasshu]] teach [[Kamille Bidan]] his Meikyo Shisui technique, allowing Kamille to control his powerful emotional outbursts while piloting the [[MSZ-006 Zeta Gundam]]. Two notable exceptions are G Generation Neo and Zero, both released for a home console (the [[Sony PlayStation 2]] and [[Sony PlayStation]], respectively) but featuring a combined storyline. G Generation Portable for the PSP was a similar exception, featuring a scenario system similar to the PSX games.
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*'''Story''' - The G Generation series tends to operate in one of two ways in regards to plot. Most of the games released for home consoles faithfully recreate the plot of the series included, while most of the games for handheld systems feature a new storyline that combines elements of all the series' plots together while giving the characters new relationships. For example, G Generation Advance has [[Domon Kasshu]] teach [[Kamille Bidan]] his Meikyo Shisui technique, allowing Kamille to control his powerful emotional outbursts while piloting the [[MSZ-006 Zeta Gundam]]. Two notable exceptions are G Generation Neo and Zero, both released for a home console (the Sony PlayStation 2 and Sony PlayStation, respectively) but featuring a combined storyline. G Generation Portable for the PSP was a similar exception, featuring a scenario system similar to the PSX games.
   
 
*'''Original Characters''' - In addition to the familiar cast of Gundam characters, G Generation games often feature brand-new characters that represent the player's contributions to the game. Most of the time, the original characters have no plot impact on the game (though it is worth noting that Leeroy Gilliam, a major figure in the novelization of [[Mobile Suit Gundam]], is one of these characters). However, the game Monoeye Gundams features a new group of characters with their own storyline that forms the overall plot of the game, supported by the events of the [[One Year War]] and the [[Gryps Conflict]]. G Generation DS follows this tradition by introducing a new character who ties in to the stories of both [[Zeta Gundam]] and Monoeye Gundams.
 
*'''Original Characters''' - In addition to the familiar cast of Gundam characters, G Generation games often feature brand-new characters that represent the player's contributions to the game. Most of the time, the original characters have no plot impact on the game (though it is worth noting that Leeroy Gilliam, a major figure in the novelization of [[Mobile Suit Gundam]], is one of these characters). However, the game Monoeye Gundams features a new group of characters with their own storyline that forms the overall plot of the game, supported by the events of the [[One Year War]] and the [[Gryps Conflict]]. G Generation DS follows this tradition by introducing a new character who ties in to the stories of both [[Zeta Gundam]] and Monoeye Gundams.
   
*'''[[G Generation Original Units|Original Machines]]''' - Most of the G Generation games feature brand-new mobile suits and armors designed exclusively for the game. All of the machines are given a backstory that ties them into the [[Canon (fiction)|canon]] Gundam storyline, with most being incomplete or rejected prototypes. A vast majority of the original machines represent the [[Universal Century]], but so far every universe except [[Cosmic Era]] has received at least one original machine.
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*'''G Generation Original Units''' - Most of the G Generation games feature brand-new mobile suits and armors designed exclusively for the game. All of the machines are given a backstory that ties them into the canon Gundam storyline, with most being incomplete or rejected prototypes. A vast majority of the original machines represent the [[Universal Century]], but so far every universe except [[Cosmic Era]] has received at least one original machine.
   
 
*'''Piloting Restrictions''' - Unlike the popular [[Super Robot Wars]] series, G Generation does not limit characters to only piloting machines from their own universe. For example, [[Amuro Ray]] could be made to pilot [[XXXG-00W0 Wing Gundam Zero]]. However, some restrictions still exist. Some machines can only be piloted by characters who belong to certain categories such as [[Newtype]]s, Gundam Fighters or [[Cosmic Era human enhancements#Coordinators|Coordinators]]. Other restrictions are plot-based, such as the [[ZGMF-X10A Freedom|ZGMF-X10A Freedom Gundam]] only being pilotable by [[Kira Yamato]], who refused to let its nuclear technology fall into the wrong hands. While certain Mobile Suits, like Tria of G Generation DS is restricted to Dee Trier, while its sister unit Imperator is restricted to Norma Legion. There are cases that only when a certain pilot is in a certain Mobile Suit that its hyper mode will activate (such as Kamille being in Zeta, Judau in Double Zeta and Sieg in Sisqueide.) These restrictions have ceased to exist completely in G Generation Wars.
 
*'''Piloting Restrictions''' - Unlike the popular [[Super Robot Wars]] series, G Generation does not limit characters to only piloting machines from their own universe. For example, [[Amuro Ray]] could be made to pilot [[XXXG-00W0 Wing Gundam Zero]]. However, some restrictions still exist. Some machines can only be piloted by characters who belong to certain categories such as [[Newtype]]s, Gundam Fighters or [[Cosmic Era human enhancements#Coordinators|Coordinators]]. Other restrictions are plot-based, such as the [[ZGMF-X10A Freedom|ZGMF-X10A Freedom Gundam]] only being pilotable by [[Kira Yamato]], who refused to let its nuclear technology fall into the wrong hands. While certain Mobile Suits, like Tria of G Generation DS is restricted to Dee Trier, while its sister unit Imperator is restricted to Norma Legion. There are cases that only when a certain pilot is in a certain Mobile Suit that its hyper mode will activate (such as Kamille being in Zeta, Judau in Double Zeta and Sieg in Sisqueide.) These restrictions have ceased to exist completely in G Generation Wars.
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*'''Capturing''' - Most G Generation games allow the player to capture enemy machines and add them to his own roster. The console G Generation games typically allow the player to capture enemy machines after their mothership is destroyed, while the handheld games (with the exception of PSP G Generation Portable) allow capture of damaged machines if they are surrounded by three or more player units.
 
*'''Capturing''' - Most G Generation games allow the player to capture enemy machines and add them to his own roster. The console G Generation games typically allow the player to capture enemy machines after their mothership is destroyed, while the handheld games (with the exception of PSP G Generation Portable) allow capture of damaged machines if they are surrounded by three or more player units.
   
*'''ID Commands''' - Featured only in the handheld G Generation games (except for PSP G Generation Portable), ID Commands act in a similar fashion to [[Magic (gaming)|spells]] in traditional [[role-playing games]], but are based around a character's memorable lines from the Gundam series. For example, [[Heero Yuy]] might have an ID Command labeled "I'll kill you", which increases his attack power (but ironically makes him unable to destroy the enemy he attacks).
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*'''ID Commands''' - Featured only in the handheld G Generation games (except for PSP G Generation Portable), ID Commands act in a similar fashion to spells in traditional role-playing games, but are based around a character's memorable lines from the Gundam series. For example, [[Heero Yuy]] might have an ID Command labeled "I'll kill you", which increases his attack power (but ironically makes him unable to destroy the enemy he attacks).
   
 
*'''Hyper Modes''' - Usually linked to ID Commands, the handheld G Generation games often feature Hyper Modes for characters from all series (not just [[G Gundam]]). Earned through unique circumstances and activated by special ID Commands, Hyper Modes typically represent the peak of a character's power while piloting the mobile suit his/her most famous mobile suit. [[Universal Century]] characters' Hyper Modes are typically a representation of their [[Newtype]] power reaching its peak (as seen many times in [[Zeta Gundam]], [[Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ|Gundam ZZ]] and [[Char's Counterattack]]), while the Alternate Universe series characters' Hyper Modes are usually linked to their Gundams' special systems (such as [[XXXG-00W0 Wing Gundam Zero|Wing Zero]]'s ZERO System or the [[SYSTEM ∀-99 (WD-M01) ∀ Gundam|∀ Gundam]]'s Moonlight Butterfly). In console G Generation games, few unit like [[F91 Gundam F91|Gundam F91]] will activate the Hyper Mode when pilot has max morale. While in pocket games, such as G Generation DS, will let a pilot activate the Mobile Suit's Hyper Mode when a certain SP is reached (Amuro Ray's Psycommu Frame, Athrun Zala's [[SEED mode|SEED Mode]], Kincaid Nau/Seabrook Arno's Bunshin), or can be activated via ID command (Rolan Cehack can activate Moonlight Butterfly, Kira Yamato can activate SEED Mode, while Garrod Ran can use the Satellite Cannon.)
 
*'''Hyper Modes''' - Usually linked to ID Commands, the handheld G Generation games often feature Hyper Modes for characters from all series (not just [[G Gundam]]). Earned through unique circumstances and activated by special ID Commands, Hyper Modes typically represent the peak of a character's power while piloting the mobile suit his/her most famous mobile suit. [[Universal Century]] characters' Hyper Modes are typically a representation of their [[Newtype]] power reaching its peak (as seen many times in [[Zeta Gundam]], [[Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ|Gundam ZZ]] and [[Char's Counterattack]]), while the Alternate Universe series characters' Hyper Modes are usually linked to their Gundams' special systems (such as [[XXXG-00W0 Wing Gundam Zero|Wing Zero]]'s ZERO System or the [[SYSTEM ∀-99 (WD-M01) ∀ Gundam|∀ Gundam]]'s Moonlight Butterfly). In console G Generation games, few unit like [[F91 Gundam F91|Gundam F91]] will activate the Hyper Mode when pilot has max morale. While in pocket games, such as G Generation DS, will let a pilot activate the Mobile Suit's Hyper Mode when a certain SP is reached (Amuro Ray's Psycommu Frame, Athrun Zala's [[SEED mode|SEED Mode]], Kincaid Nau/Seabrook Arno's Bunshin), or can be activated via ID command (Rolan Cehack can activate Moonlight Butterfly, Kira Yamato can activate SEED Mode, while Garrod Ran can use the Satellite Cannon.)
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==G Generation titles==
 
==G Generation titles==
 
'''Sony PlayStation'''
 
'''Sony PlayStation'''
*SD Gundam G Generation - Covers events of [[Mobile Suit Gundam]] through [[Char's Counterattack]] with characters and mecha from later series as bonuses.
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*SD Gundam G Generation (1998) - Covers events of [[Mobile Suit Gundam]] through [[Char's Counterattack]] with characters and mecha from later series as bonuses.
*SD Gundam G Generation Zero - Covers events of all Universal Century anime, plus one bonus scenario for [[G Gundam]], [[Gundam Wing]], and [[Gundam X]].
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*SD Gundam G Generation Zero (1999) - Covers events of all Universal Century anime, plus one bonus scenario for [[G Gundam]], [[Gundam Wing]], and [[Gundam X]].
*SD Gundam G Generation-F - Covers events of all Gundam anime through Gundam X as well as many manga and video game spinoffs such as Gundam Sentinel, Crossbone Gundam, and G-Unit/Last Outpost. Includes bonus scenarios for [[Turn A Gundam]].
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*SD Gundam G Generation-F (2000) - Covers events of all Gundam anime through Gundam X as well as many manga and video game spinoffs such as Gundam Sentinel, Crossbone Gundam, and G-Unit/Last Outpost. Includes bonus scenarios for [[Turn A Gundam]].
*SD Gundam G Generation-F IF - Expansion disc for G Generation-F which includes difficult bonus missions, a complete unit encyclopedia, and the ability to freely alter the player's cast of original characters.
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*SD Gundam G Generation-F IF (2001) - Expansion disc for G Generation-F which includes difficult bonus missions, a complete unit encyclopedia, and the ability to freely alter the player's cast of original characters.
 
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SD Gundam G Generation Zero Front Cover.jpeg|SD Gundam G Generation Zero Front Cover
 
SD Gundam G Generation Zero Front Cover.jpeg|SD Gundam G Generation Zero Front Cover
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'''Sony PlayStation 2'''
 
'''Sony PlayStation 2'''
*SD Gundam G Generation NEO - First 3D G Generation game, and first console G Generation to use a combined-universe storyline rather than presenting mostly faithful retellings of the original anime. Includes the Strike Gundam and Aegis Gundam from [[Gundam SEED]] as bonus units.
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*SD Gundam G Generation NEO (2002) - First 3D G Generation game, and first console G Generation to use a combined-universe storyline rather than presenting mostly faithful retellings of the original anime. Includes the Strike Gundam and Aegis Gundam from [[Gundam SEED]] as bonus units.
*SD Gundam G Generation SEED - Focuses primarily on Gundam SEED and [[Gundam SEED Astray]], with units and from the Universal Century and the other four alternate universes as bonuses.
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*SD Gundam G Generation SEED (2004) - Focuses primarily on Gundam SEED and [[Gundam SEED Astray]], with units and from the Universal Century and the other four alternate universes as bonuses.
*Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny: Generation of C.E. - Focuses on Gundam SEED, Astray, and [[Gundam SEED Destiny]], but diverges from the latter's plot approximately halfway through. Though not officially a G Generation game, it uses the same engine as NEO and SEED, albeit with full-size, cel-shaded mecha instead of super-deformed ones.
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*[[Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny: Generation of C.E.]] (2005) - Focuses on Gundam SEED, Astray, and [[Gundam SEED Destiny]], but diverges from the latter's plot approximately halfway through. Though not officially a G Generation game, it uses the same engine as NEO and SEED, albeit with full-size, cel-shaded mecha instead of super-deformed ones.
*SD Gundam G Generation Spirits - Focuses only on the UC timeline (to Victory Gundam, but feature a stage referring to the Black History of "[[Turn A Gundam]]" (according to Turn A Gundam, the meta-timeline will merged into Correct Century, which the history of each timeline are destroyed by Turn A Gundam. This Gundam itself is also available in full completion of the game, which become the only non-UC mecha). In this game, certain mobile suits and battleships will take up a different number of "tiles" compared to conventional units. Unlike the previous two PlayStation 2 G-Gen games, Spirits will no longer make use of the 3D combat and battle engine, instead reverting to the original PlayStation and PSP titles' system of battle. This game also incorporated the "Haro points" system, which was first introduced in G Generation Portable.
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*SD Gundam G Generation Spirits (2007) - Focuses only on the UC timeline (to Victory Gundam, but feature a stage referring to the Black History of "[[Turn A Gundam]]" (according to Turn A Gundam, the meta-timeline will merged into Correct Century, which the history of each timeline are destroyed by Turn A Gundam. This Gundam itself is also available in full completion of the game, which become the only non-UC mecha). In this game, certain mobile suits and battleships will take up a different number of "tiles" compared to conventional units. Unlike the previous two PlayStation 2 G-Gen games, Spirits will no longer make use of the 3D combat and battle engine, instead reverting to the original PlayStation and PSP titles' system of battle. This game also incorporated the "Haro points" system, which was first introduced in G Generation Portable.
*SD Gundam G Generation Wars - Includes the storyline, characters and mecha from the [[Gundam 00]] anime series. Released in August 2009 along with the Wii version. First cross-platform G Generation game.<gallery captionalign="left" columns="4">
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*SD Gundam G Generation Wars (2009) - Includes the storyline, characters and mecha from the [[Gundam 00]] anime series. Released in August 2009 along with the Wii version. First cross-platform G Generation game.<gallery captionalign="left" columns="4">
 
sd-gundam-g-generation-neo.jpg|SD Gundam G Generation Neo Front Cover
 
sd-gundam-g-generation-neo.jpg|SD Gundam G Generation Neo Front Cover
 
SD Gundam G Generation Seed Front Cover.jpeg|SD Gundam G Generation Seed Front Cover
 
SD Gundam G Generation Seed Front Cover.jpeg|SD Gundam G Generation Seed Front Cover
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'''Bandai Wonderswan'''
 
'''Bandai Wonderswan'''
*SD Gundam G Generation GATHER BEAT - First G Generation to utilize a crossover plotline. Also the first G Generation to use the three-man squad setup that would become standard for the Nintendo handheld games.<gallery captionalign="left">
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*SD Gundam G Generation GATHER BEAT (2000) - First G Generation to utilize a crossover plotline. Also the first G Generation to use the three-man squad setup that would become standard for the Nintendo handheld games.<gallery captionalign="left">
 
578023_18591_front.jpg|SD Gundam G Generation Wars Gather Beat Front Cover
 
578023_18591_front.jpg|SD Gundam G Generation Wars Gather Beat Front Cover
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'''Bandai Wonderswan Color'''
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*SD Gundam G Generation GATHER BEAT 2 (2001)
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*SD Gundam G Generation MONOEYE GUNDAMS (2002) - First G Generation to include original characters with their own unique storyline. Also the first to include [[Gundam SEED]] in the form of an early conceptual design of the Strike Gundam, placed in-game as a hidden unit.<gallery captionalign="left">
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GGenGatherBeat2_cover.jpg|SD Gundam G Generation Gather Beat 2 Front Cover
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GGenMonoeye cover.png|SD Gundam G Generation Monoeye Gundam Front Cover
 
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'''Nintendo Wii'''
 
'''Nintendo Wii'''
*SD Gundam G Generation Wars - Includes the storyline, characters and mecha from the [[Gundam 00]] anime series. Released in August 2009 along with the PS2 version. First G Generation game for the Wii console.
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*SD Gundam G Generation Wars (2009) - Includes the storyline, characters and mecha from the [[Gundam 00]] anime series. Released in August 2009 along with the PS2 version. First G Generation game for the Wii console.
*SD Gundam G Generation World - Latest G Generation game which includes the storyline and features some elements from G Generation Spirits and G Generation Wars. It covers many new Gundam franchises, like Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn and Mobile Suit Gundam 00 The Movie: A wakening of the Trailblazer. Also, some characters from SD Gundam Sangokuden Brave Battle Warriors will join as a guest.<gallery captionalign="left">
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*SD Gundam G Generation World (2011) - Latest G Generation game which includes the storyline and features some elements from G Generation Spirits and G Generation Wars. It covers many new Gundam entries, like Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn and Mobile Suit Gundam 00 The Movie: A wakening of the Trailblazer. Also, some characters from SD Gundam Sangokuden Brave Battle Warriors will join as a guest.<gallery captionalign="left">
 
SD Gundam G Generation Wars Front Cover Wii.jpeg|SD Gundam G Generation Wars Front Cover For Nintendo Wii
 
SD Gundam G Generation Wars Front Cover Wii.jpeg|SD Gundam G Generation Wars Front Cover For Nintendo Wii
 
SD Gundam G Generation World Front Cover.jpeg|SD Gundam G Generation World Front Cover
 
SD Gundam G Generation World Front Cover.jpeg|SD Gundam G Generation World Front Cover
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'''Bandai Wonderswan Color'''
 
*SD Gundam G Generation GATHER BEAT 2
 
*SD Gundam G Generation MONOEYE GUNDAMS - First G Generation to include original characters with their own unique storyline. Also the first to include [[Gundam SEED]] in the form of an early conceptual design of the Strike Gundam, placed in-game as a hidden unit.<gallery captionalign="left">
 
581509_21694_front.jpg|SD Gundam G Generation Gather Beat 2 Front Cover
 
180px-636642-ggenmono_large.jpg|SD Gundam G Generation Monoeye Gundam Front Cover
 
 
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'''Nintendo Game Boy Advance'''
 
'''Nintendo Game Boy Advance'''
*SD Gundam G Generation Advance - Essentially an enhanced remake of GATHER BEAT, including units and characters from [[Gundam SEED]]. Despite this, the SEED story is half complete - it only follows it until the battle with [[Andrew Waltfeld]]. Because of that, it leads to some interesting things - including a completely alternate take on the deaths of [[Mu La Flaga]] and [[Rau Le Creuset]]. <gallery captionalign="left">
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*SD Gundam G Generation Advance (2003) - Essentially an enhanced remake of GATHER BEAT, including units and characters from [[Gundam SEED]]. Despite this, the SEED story is half complete - it only follows it until the battle with [[Andrew Waltfeld]]. Because of that, it features major changes to the plot - including a completely alternate take on the deaths of [[Mu La Flaga]] and [[Rau Le Creuset]]. <gallery captionalign="left">
919133_49095_front.jpg|SD Gundam G Generation Advance Front Cover
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'''Nintendo DS'''
 
'''Nintendo DS'''
*SD Gundam G Generation DS - Considered by fans to be an enhanced remake of MONOEYE GUNDAMS, though it focuses on a new original character and storyline. Also the first G Generation to include combination attacks, as well as [[Gundam SEED Destiny]] characters and units.
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*SD Gundam G Generation DS (2005) - Considered by fans to be an enhanced remake of MONOEYE GUNDAMS, though it focuses on a new original character and storyline. Also the first G Generation to include combination attacks, as well as [[Gundam SEED Destiny]] characters and units.
*SD Gundam G Generation Cross Drive - First true G Generation (except for Generation of C.E.) to include Gundam SEED Astray.<gallery captionalign="left">
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*SD Gundam G Generation Cross Drive (2007) - First true G Generation (except for Generation of C.E.) to include Gundam SEED Astray.<gallery captionalign="left">
 
SD Gundam G Generation DS Front Cover.jpeg|SD Gundam G Generation DS Front Cover
 
SD Gundam G Generation DS Front Cover.jpeg|SD Gundam G Generation DS Front Cover
 
SD Gundam G Generation Cross Drive Front Cover.jpeg|SD Gundam G Generation Cross Drive Front Cover
 
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'''Sony PlayStation Portable'''
 
'''Sony PlayStation Portable'''
*SD Gundam G Generation Portable - Essentially an enhanced remake of G Generation-F, removing most of the manga and video game storylines in favor of adding complete storylines for [[Gundam SEED]] and [[Gundam SEED Destiny]]. Side-story units and characters are still present as bonuses.
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*SD Gundam G Generation Portable (2006) - Essentially an enhanced remake of G Generation-F, removing most of the manga and video game storylines in favor of adding complete storylines for [[Gundam SEED]] and [[Gundam SEED Destiny]]. Side-story units and characters are still present as bonuses.
*SD Gundam G Generation World - Includes the storyline and features some elements from G Generation Spirits and G Generation Wars. It covers many new Gundam franchises, like [[Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn]] and [[Mobile Suit Gundam 00 The Movie: A wakening of the Trailblazer]]. Also, some characters from [[BB Seishi Sangokuden|SD Gundam Sangokuden Brave Battle Warriors]] will join as a guest.
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*SD Gundam G Generation World (2011) - Includes the storyline and features some elements from G Generation Spirits and G Generation Wars. It covers many new Gundam franchises, like [[Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn]] and [[Mobile Suit Gundam 00 The Movie: A wakening of the Trailblazer]]. Also, some characters from [[BB Senshi Sangokuden: Brave Battle Warriors]] will join as a guest.
*SD Gundam G Generation Over World - Recently announce. Includes the storyline, characters and mecha from the [[Mobile Suit Gundam AGE]] and [[Model Suit Gunpla Builders Beginning G]] anime series.<gallery captionalign="left">
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*SD Gundam G Generation Over World (2012) - Includes the storyline, characters and mecha from the [[Mobile Suit Gundam AGE]] and [[Model Suit Gunpla Builders Beginning G]] anime series.<gallery captionalign="left">
 
SD Gundam G Generation Portable Front Cover.jpeg|SD Gundam G Generation Portable Front Cover
 
SD Gundam G Generation Portable Front Cover.jpeg|SD Gundam G Generation Portable Front Cover
 
SD Gundam G Generation World Front Cover PSP.jpeg|SD Gundam G Generation World Front Cover for PSP
 
SD Gundam G Generation World Front Cover PSP.jpeg|SD Gundam G Generation World Front Cover for PSP
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'''PC'''
 
'''PC'''
*SD Gundam G Generation DA - a typing game<gallery captionalign="left">
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*SD Gundam G Generation DA (2002) - a typing game
SD Gundam G Generation DA Front Cover.jpeg|SD Gundam G Generation DA Front Cover
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*SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays (2019) - the first SD Gundam G Generation game for PC (Steam).
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'''Sony Playstation 4 '''
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*[[SD Gundam G Generation Genesis]] (2016) - the first SD Gundam G Generation game for Playstation 4.
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*SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays (2019)
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'''Sony Playstation 4 Vita '''
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*[[SD Gundam G Generation Genesis]] (2016) - the first SD Gundam G Generation game for Playstation Vita.
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'''Nintendo Switch'''
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*[[SD Gundam G Generation Genesis]] (2018) - the first SD Gundam G Generation game for Nintendo Switch.
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*SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays (2019)
   
 
== List of original units by game ==
 
== List of original units by game ==
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*[[GGF-001 Phoenix Gundam]]
 
*[[GGF-001 Phoenix Gundam]]
 
*[[JDG-010 Devil Gundam Junior]]
 
*[[JDG-010 Devil Gundam Junior]]
*[[King of Hearts]]
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*[[King of Heart]]
 
*[[MAK-005S Gaplant Kai]]
 
*[[MAK-005S Gaplant Kai]]
 
*[[MAN-05 Gromlin]]
 
*[[MAN-05 Gromlin]]
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*[[LRX-077 Sisquiede]]
 
*[[LRX-077 Sisquiede]]
 
*[[LRX-088 Dezpada]]
 
*[[LRX-088 Dezpada]]
*[[RX-178-X0 Prototype Gundam Mark II]]
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*[[RX-178-X0 Prototype Gundam Mk-II]]
   
 
===SD Gundam: G Generation Spirits===
 
===SD Gundam: G Generation Spirits===
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* [[GS-A0 Queen Amelias]]
 
* [[GS-A0 Queen Amelias]]
 
* DF-001/002 Guardidancer
 
* DF-001/002 Guardidancer
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=== SD Gundam G Generation Genesis===
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* [[GGS-001 Phoenix Zero One]]
   
 
== Original characters ==
 
== Original characters ==
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Some SD Gundam G Generation Original Characters:
 
Some SD Gundam G Generation Original Characters:
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Mark_Glider.png|[[Mark Guilder]]
Ranlow_Shade.png|Ranlow Shade
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Ranlow_Shade.png|[[Ranalow Shade]]
Ellis_Claude.png|Ellis Claude
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Ellis_Claude.png|[[Ellis Claude]]
Zenon_Teagle.png|Zenon Teagle
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Zenon_Teagle.png|[[Zenon Teagle]]
Junas_Liam.png|Junas Liam
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Junas_Liam.png|[[Junas Liam]]
Claire_Heathrow.png|Claire Heathrow
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Claire_Heathrow.png|[[Claire Heathrow]]
Ernst_Jager.png|Ernst Jager
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Ernst_Jager.png|[[Ernst Jager]]
Kay_Nimrode.png|Kay Nimrode
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Kay_Nimrode.png|[[Kay Nimrode]]
Rachel_Ransom.png|Rachel Ransom
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Rachel_Ransom.png|[[Rachel Ransom]]
Sheld_Foley.png|Sheld Foley
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Sheld_Foley.png|[[Sheld Foley]]
Luke_Luzart.png|Luke Luzart
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Luke_Luzart.png|[[Luke Luzart]]
Billy_Blaze.png|Billy Blaze
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Billy_Blaze.png|[[Billy Blaze]]
Nikki_Taylor.png|Nicky Taylor
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Nikki_Taylor.png|[[Nicky Taylor]]
La_Mira_Luna.png|La Mira Luna
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La_Mira_Luna.png|[[La Mira Luna]]
Maria_Owens.png|Maria Owens
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Maria_Owens.png|[[Maria Owens]]
Florence_Kirishima.png|Florence Kirishima
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Florence_Kirishima.png|[[Florence Kirishima]]
Elfriede_Shultz.png|Elfriede Schultz
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Elfriede_Shultz.png|[[Elfriede Schultz]]
Ivan_Ivanov.png|Ivan Ivanov
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Ivan_Ivanov.png|[[Ivan Ivanov]]
Doc_Darm.png|Doc Darm
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Doc_Darm.png|[[Doc Darm]]
Eterna_Frail.png|Eterna Frail
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Eterna_Frail.png|[[Eterna Frail]]
Neuro.png|Aphrodia Neuro
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Neuro.png|[[Aplodia Neuro]]
Blood.jpg|Blood
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Blood.jpg|[[Blood]]
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</gallery>In the Battle Demo section, some characters are seen piloting various original or side-story mobile suits. It can possibly be viewed as to be their "ideal" units to pilot. Most of them even have special animations for specific attacks, supposedly marking their "signature unit". <ref>[https://www32.atwiki.jp/generation-overworld/pages/1265.html 戦闘デモ - SDガンダム Gジェネレーションオーバーワールド 攻略Wiki - アットウィキ]</ref><ref>[http://ggen.wikia.com/wiki/List_of_Characters_in_G_Generation_World List of Characters in G Generation World | SD Gundam G Generation wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia]</ref><ref>[http://ggen.wikia.com/wiki/List_of_Characters_in_G_Generation_Spirits List of Characters in G Generation Spirits | SD Gundam G Generation wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia]</ref>
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* [[Mark Guilder|Mark Gilder]] - [[GGF-001 Phoenix Gundam]]
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* [[Ellis Claude]] - [[GGS-000 Phoenix Zero]]
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* [[Ranalow Shade|Ranaleau Shade]] - [[Tornado Gundam]]
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* [[Sheld Forley]] - [[RX-94 Mass Production Type ν Gundam]] (World) / [[RX-78GP00 Gundam "Blossom"]] (Overworld)
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* [[Maria Owens]] - [[RX-78NT-X NT-X]] (World) / [[JDG-00X Devil Gundam]] (World) / [[RX-78GP04G Gundam "Gerbera"]] (Overworld)
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* [[Eterna Freyl]] - [[PMX-004 Titania]] (World) / [[RX-124 Gundam TR-6 (Hyzenthlay II-Rah)]] (Overworld)
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* [[Rachel Ransom]] - [[RX-121-1+FF-X29A Gundam TR-1 [Hazel-Rah]]] (World)  / [[ORX-005 Gaplant TR-5 [Fiver]]](Overworld)
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* [[Abram M. Ramzatt]] - [[AMA-953 BABI]] (World) / [[Musha Gundam]] (Overworld)
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* [[Ernst Jaeger]] - [[MS-50A Zaku 50]] (World) / [[Musha Gundam Mk-II]] (Overworld)
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* ??? (My Character, Young Male 5, voiced by Yasunori Matsumoto) - [[Knight Gundam]]
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* [[Elfriede Schultz]] - [[XM-07R Vigna Ronah]]
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* [[Nikki Taylor]] - [[GNMA-0001V Regnant]] (World) / [[MS-15K Gyan Kai]] (Overworld)
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* [[Nelly Olson]] - [[OZ-14MS Gundam Aquarius]]
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* [[La Milla Luna]] - [[GB-9700 Gundam Belphagor]]
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* [[Florence Kirishima]] - [[TMF/A-802W2 Kerberos BuCUE Hound]] (World) / [[OZ-13MS Gundam Epyon]] (EW Version) (Overworld)
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* [[Billy Blaze]] - [[RGM-79FC Striker Custom]] (World) / [[RX-78XX Gundam Pixy]] (Overworld)
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* [[Xenon Teegel]] - [[OMAX-01 Grand Zam]] (World) / [[YMS-16M Xamel]] (Overworld)
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* [[Blood]] - [[MSN-03-2 Great Zeong]] (World) / [[GNX-604T Advanced GN-X]] (Overworld)
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* [[Brand Freeze]] - [[XMA-01 Rafflesia]] (World) / [[OZ-10VMSX-2 Gundam Burnlapius]] (Overworld)
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* [[Ivan Ivanov]] - Psycho [[Haro]] (World) / [[OZ-10VMSX Gundam Aesculapius]] (Overworld)
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* [[Claire Heathrow]] - Psychoro Gundam (World) / [[Haro]] (Overworld)
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* [[Kachua Reese]] - [[ZMT-S35S Rig Ring]]
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* [[Shis Mitville]] - [[ZMT-S37S Zanspine]] / [[MAN-003 Patulia]]
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* [[Kay Nimrod]] - [[RGZ-91B Re-GZ Custom]]
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* [[Junas Liam]] - [[ZMT-A31A Doggorla]]
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* [[Code Amelias|Aplodia]] - [[GGH-001C Halphas Böse]]
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* [[Code Phoenix]] - [[GGF-000 Master Phoenix]]
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Aside from piloting the MS, some characters are the "original crew" for [[Carry Base]].
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* Captain - [[Xenon Teegel]]
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* Operator - [[La Milla Luna]]
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* Helmsman - [[Ernst Jaeger]]
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* Mechanic - [[Kay Nimrod]]
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* Guest - [[Rachel Ransom]]
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== External links ==
 
* [http://pgdp.channel.or.jp/gundam/ggow/ SD Gundam G Generation Over World Official Site]
 
* [http://pgdp.channel.or.jp/gundam/ggow/ SD Gundam G Generation Over World Official Site]
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Latest revision as of 15:24, September 3, 2019

SD Gundam G Generation is a series of strategy-RPG video games that focus on the Gundam anime franchise.

HistoryEdit

The G Generation series technically began in 1996, when Bandai released a series of six games for Nintendo's Super Famicon console, each focusing on a particular era from the Gundam multiverse. A Generation focused on the One Year War, B Generation focused on the Gryps Conflict, and so forth up to F Generation, which covered the plot of G Gundam. Instead of continuing the obvious progression and making a G Generation game themed about Gundam Wing, Bandai held on to the title. Since "G" was often used as an abbreviation for "Gundam", it was decided that G Generation would encompass a wider scope. When it was finally released in 1998 for the Sony PlayStation, G Generation covered the plot for Mobile Suit Gundam through Char's Counterattack and featured characters from the remaining Universal Century series as well as G Gundam, Gundam Wing and Gundam X.

Series FeaturesEdit

  • Super Deformed - The G Generation's most distinctive feature is the fact that the machines are always depicted in a super deformed fashion. This may be to prevent problems with the different proportions used in various Gundam series, but a larger reason may be the fact that Sunrise has been known to charge a heavy licensing fee for full-sized versions of their mecha to appear in video games, a problem which also plagues the Super Robot Wars and Compati Hero series of video games. As with other recent SD Gundam appearances however, the scale later became three heads tall as opposed to two.
  • Story - The G Generation series tends to operate in one of two ways in regards to plot. Most of the games released for home consoles faithfully recreate the plot of the series included, while most of the games for handheld systems feature a new storyline that combines elements of all the series' plots together while giving the characters new relationships. For example, G Generation Advance has Domon Kasshu teach Kamille Bidan his Meikyo Shisui technique, allowing Kamille to control his powerful emotional outbursts while piloting the MSZ-006 Zeta Gundam. Two notable exceptions are G Generation Neo and Zero, both released for a home console (the Sony PlayStation 2 and Sony PlayStation, respectively) but featuring a combined storyline. G Generation Portable for the PSP was a similar exception, featuring a scenario system similar to the PSX games.
  • Original Characters - In addition to the familiar cast of Gundam characters, G Generation games often feature brand-new characters that represent the player's contributions to the game. Most of the time, the original characters have no plot impact on the game (though it is worth noting that Leeroy Gilliam, a major figure in the novelization of Mobile Suit Gundam, is one of these characters). However, the game Monoeye Gundams features a new group of characters with their own storyline that forms the overall plot of the game, supported by the events of the One Year War and the Gryps Conflict. G Generation DS follows this tradition by introducing a new character who ties in to the stories of both Zeta Gundam and Monoeye Gundams.
  • G Generation Original Units - Most of the G Generation games feature brand-new mobile suits and armors designed exclusively for the game. All of the machines are given a backstory that ties them into the canon Gundam storyline, with most being incomplete or rejected prototypes. A vast majority of the original machines represent the Universal Century, but so far every universe except Cosmic Era has received at least one original machine.
  • Piloting Restrictions - Unlike the popular Super Robot Wars series, G Generation does not limit characters to only piloting machines from their own universe. For example, Amuro Ray could be made to pilot XXXG-00W0 Wing Gundam Zero. However, some restrictions still exist. Some machines can only be piloted by characters who belong to certain categories such as Newtypes, Gundam Fighters or Coordinators. Other restrictions are plot-based, such as the ZGMF-X10A Freedom Gundam only being pilotable by Kira Yamato, who refused to let its nuclear technology fall into the wrong hands. While certain Mobile Suits, like Tria of G Generation DS is restricted to Dee Trier, while its sister unit Imperator is restricted to Norma Legion. There are cases that only when a certain pilot is in a certain Mobile Suit that its hyper mode will activate (such as Kamille being in Zeta, Judau in Double Zeta and Sieg in Sisqueide.) These restrictions have ceased to exist completely in G Generation Wars.
  • Capturing - Most G Generation games allow the player to capture enemy machines and add them to his own roster. The console G Generation games typically allow the player to capture enemy machines after their mothership is destroyed, while the handheld games (with the exception of PSP G Generation Portable) allow capture of damaged machines if they are surrounded by three or more player units.
  • ID Commands - Featured only in the handheld G Generation games (except for PSP G Generation Portable), ID Commands act in a similar fashion to spells in traditional role-playing games, but are based around a character's memorable lines from the Gundam series. For example, Heero Yuy might have an ID Command labeled "I'll kill you", which increases his attack power (but ironically makes him unable to destroy the enemy he attacks).
  • Hyper Modes - Usually linked to ID Commands, the handheld G Generation games often feature Hyper Modes for characters from all series (not just G Gundam). Earned through unique circumstances and activated by special ID Commands, Hyper Modes typically represent the peak of a character's power while piloting the mobile suit his/her most famous mobile suit. Universal Century characters' Hyper Modes are typically a representation of their Newtype power reaching its peak (as seen many times in Zeta Gundam, Gundam ZZ and Char's Counterattack), while the Alternate Universe series characters' Hyper Modes are usually linked to their Gundams' special systems (such as Wing Zero's ZERO System or the ∀ Gundam's Moonlight Butterfly). In console G Generation games, few unit like Gundam F91 will activate the Hyper Mode when pilot has max morale. While in pocket games, such as G Generation DS, will let a pilot activate the Mobile Suit's Hyper Mode when a certain SP is reached (Amuro Ray's Psycommu Frame, Athrun Zala's SEED Mode, Kincaid Nau/Seabrook Arno's Bunshin), or can be activated via ID command (Rolan Cehack can activate Moonlight Butterfly, Kira Yamato can activate SEED Mode, while Garrod Ran can use the Satellite Cannon.)
  • Database - Every game contains a large database that contains every character and unit that appeared in the game.

G Generation titlesEdit

Sony PlayStation

  • SD Gundam G Generation (1998) - Covers events of Mobile Suit Gundam through Char's Counterattack with characters and mecha from later series as bonuses.
  • SD Gundam G Generation Zero (1999) - Covers events of all Universal Century anime, plus one bonus scenario for G Gundam, Gundam Wing, and Gundam X.
  • SD Gundam G Generation-F (2000) - Covers events of all Gundam anime through Gundam X as well as many manga and video game spinoffs such as Gundam Sentinel, Crossbone Gundam, and G-Unit/Last Outpost. Includes bonus scenarios for Turn A Gundam.
  • SD Gundam G Generation-F IF (2001) - Expansion disc for G Generation-F which includes difficult bonus missions, a complete unit encyclopedia, and the ability to freely alter the player's cast of original characters.

Sony PlayStation 2

  • SD Gundam G Generation NEO (2002) - First 3D G Generation game, and first console G Generation to use a combined-universe storyline rather than presenting mostly faithful retellings of the original anime. Includes the Strike Gundam and Aegis Gundam from Gundam SEED as bonus units.
  • SD Gundam G Generation SEED (2004) - Focuses primarily on Gundam SEED and Gundam SEED Astray, with units and from the Universal Century and the other four alternate universes as bonuses.
  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny: Generation of C.E. (2005) - Focuses on Gundam SEED, Astray, and Gundam SEED Destiny, but diverges from the latter's plot approximately halfway through. Though not officially a G Generation game, it uses the same engine as NEO and SEED, albeit with full-size, cel-shaded mecha instead of super-deformed ones.
  • SD Gundam G Generation Spirits (2007) - Focuses only on the UC timeline (to Victory Gundam, but feature a stage referring to the Black History of "Turn A Gundam" (according to Turn A Gundam, the meta-timeline will merged into Correct Century, which the history of each timeline are destroyed by Turn A Gundam. This Gundam itself is also available in full completion of the game, which become the only non-UC mecha). In this game, certain mobile suits and battleships will take up a different number of "tiles" compared to conventional units. Unlike the previous two PlayStation 2 G-Gen games, Spirits will no longer make use of the 3D combat and battle engine, instead reverting to the original PlayStation and PSP titles' system of battle. This game also incorporated the "Haro points" system, which was first introduced in G Generation Portable.
  • SD Gundam G Generation Wars (2009) - Includes the storyline, characters and mecha from the Gundam 00 anime series. Released in August 2009 along with the Wii version. First cross-platform G Generation game.

Bandai Wonderswan

  • SD Gundam G Generation GATHER BEAT (2000) - First G Generation to utilize a crossover plotline. Also the first G Generation to use the three-man squad setup that would become standard for the Nintendo handheld games.

Bandai Wonderswan Color

  • SD Gundam G Generation GATHER BEAT 2 (2001)
  • SD Gundam G Generation MONOEYE GUNDAMS (2002) - First G Generation to include original characters with their own unique storyline. Also the first to include Gundam SEED in the form of an early conceptual design of the Strike Gundam, placed in-game as a hidden unit.

Nintendo Wii

  • SD Gundam G Generation Wars (2009) - Includes the storyline, characters and mecha from the Gundam 00 anime series. Released in August 2009 along with the PS2 version. First G Generation game for the Wii console.
  • SD Gundam G Generation World (2011) - Latest G Generation game which includes the storyline and features some elements from G Generation Spirits and G Generation Wars. It covers many new Gundam entries, like Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn and Mobile Suit Gundam 00 The Movie: A wakening of the Trailblazer. Also, some characters from SD Gundam Sangokuden Brave Battle Warriors will join as a guest.

Nintendo Game Boy Advance

  • SD Gundam G Generation Advance (2003) - Essentially an enhanced remake of GATHER BEAT, including units and characters from Gundam SEED. Despite this, the SEED story is half complete - it only follows it until the battle with Andrew Waltfeld. Because of that, it features major changes to the plot - including a completely alternate take on the deaths of Mu La Flaga and Rau Le Creuset.

Nintendo DS

  • SD Gundam G Generation DS (2005) - Considered by fans to be an enhanced remake of MONOEYE GUNDAMS, though it focuses on a new original character and storyline. Also the first G Generation to include combination attacks, as well as Gundam SEED Destiny characters and units.
  • SD Gundam G Generation Cross Drive (2007) - First true G Generation (except for Generation of C.E.) to include Gundam SEED Astray.

Sony PlayStation Portable

  • SD Gundam G Generation Portable (2006) - Essentially an enhanced remake of G Generation-F, removing most of the manga and video game storylines in favor of adding complete storylines for Gundam SEED and Gundam SEED Destiny. Side-story units and characters are still present as bonuses.
  • SD Gundam G Generation World (2011) - Includes the storyline and features some elements from G Generation Spirits and G Generation Wars. It covers many new Gundam franchises, like Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn and Mobile Suit Gundam 00 The Movie: A wakening of the Trailblazer. Also, some characters from BB Senshi Sangokuden: Brave Battle Warriors will join as a guest.
  • SD Gundam G Generation Over World (2012) - Includes the storyline, characters and mecha from the Mobile Suit Gundam AGE and Model Suit Gunpla Builders Beginning G anime series.

PC

  • SD Gundam G Generation DA (2002) - a typing game
  • SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays (2019) - the first SD Gundam G Generation game for PC (Steam).

Sony Playstation 4

Sony Playstation 4 Vita

Nintendo Switch

List of original units by game Edit

SD Gundam G Generation Edit

SD Gundam G Generation Zero Edit

SD Gundam G Generation F / F.I.F Edit

SD Gundam G Generation: Gather Beat Edit

SD Gundam: G Generation Gather Beat 2Edit

SD Gundam: G Generation: Monoeye GundamsEdit

SD Gundam: G Generation SpiritsEdit

SD Gundam: G Generation AdvanceEdit

SD Gundam G Generation: DS Edit

  • Centurio
    • Tria
    • Centurio Auxilius
    • Centurio Legatus
    • Centurio Consulare
    • Imperator

SD Gundam G Generation PortableEdit

SD Gundam G Generation WorldEdit

SD Gundam G Generation 3DEdit

SD Gundam G Generation Over WorldEdit

SD Gundam G Generation GenesisEdit

Original characters Edit

Unlike original units, most original characters in SD Gundam G Generation games don't have background history. The profiles include in SD Gundam G Generation Portable and SD Gundam G Generation Spirits provide only their personality and origin title. The exceptions are characters from Monoeye Gundams, DS and Crossdrive, which have their own storyline tied with the crossover setting.

Some SD Gundam G Generation Original Characters:

In the Battle Demo section, some characters are seen piloting various original or side-story mobile suits. It can possibly be viewed as to be their "ideal" units to pilot. Most of them even have special animations for specific attacks, supposedly marking their "signature unit". [1][2][3]

Aside from piloting the MS, some characters are the "original crew" for Carry Base.

GalleryEdit

External links Edit

References Edit

  1. 戦闘デモ - SDガンダム Gジェネレーションオーバーワールド 攻略Wiki - アットウィキ
  2. List of Characters in G Generation World | SD Gundam G Generation wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia
  3. List of Characters in G Generation Spirits | SD Gundam G Generation wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia
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