English Subtitled Gundam Breaker 3 Releasing in June

Wednesday, February 24th, 2016

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Gundam Breaker 3

Play-Asia has announced that Gundam Breaker 3 will be getting an English subtitled Asia version this June. They have opened up pre-orders for $52.99 (PS4) and $46.99 (PS Vita). It is very unlikely that we will see a port of this game in the US, so this may be fan’s only chance at this title. Gundam games have been notoriously difficult to get released in the US primarily because the purchasing of rights costs enough that they would need to have a pretty high sell through quantity to justify the purchase of the license.

Customization is a big part of the Gundam Breaker series and the upcoming release will channel that mindset by allowing players more to choose from when it comes to Gunpla colors, as well as the plating coating and dirtiness, and the expression of damage. In addition to missile pods, rail cannons, beam launchers, and other weapons, there is expansion equipment with various abilities that can be equipped. This will allow players to create a Full Armor Mobile Suit of their own!

Modes from the previous entries are included in this title, such as the inclusion of the popular SD (Super Deformed) version of the Gundams. But this new title will also add in new mechs and also a new “Bounty Hunter Mode” wherein you can challenge the Gunpla uploaded by other players.

Gundam Breaker 3 (English Subs)

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