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Mobile Ops: The One Year War, Will we ever see it?

Posted by jaydepps, 18 January 2009 · 243 views

So what's the big deal? Games are postponed and canceled all the time, but this one is different. This game actually released in Japan under the name of Gundam Operation Troy. The project was announced way back in July 2005, but has yet to release in North America. The game originally set to be released some time in 2007 has yet to be released and Namco Bandai hasn't even updated anyone on the status of whether or not the project will continue.
The game had the potential to be the game the Gundam series deseved. Every Gundamo game before(for the most part) has been average at best this game was set to break those standards. Bandai had established a hybrid of sorts as the user can choose between making the game an FPS or TPS. So many options were available in this game as the user can proceed on foot as a standard grunt or board a Gundam(which there are many types) and take the fighting to a whole new level. The game just has so much potential, but also has so much potential to fail. We may never know though unless the game is released which as of now seems to be doubtful. Am I the only who was psyched about this game?




So what's the big deal? Games are postponed and canceled all the time, but this one is different. This game actually released in Japan under the name of Gundam Operation Troy. The project was announced way back in July 2005, but has yet to release in North America. The game originally set to be released some time in 2007 has yet to be released and Namco Bandai hasn't even updated anyone on the status of whether or not the project will continue.
The game had the potential to be the game the Gundam series deseved. Every Gundamo game before(for the most part) has been average at best this game was set to break those standards. Bandai had established a hybrid of sorts as the user can choose between making the game an FPS or TPS. So many options were available in this game as the user can proceed on foot as a standard grunt or board a Gundam(which there are many types) and take the fighting to a whole new level. The game just has so much potential, but also has so much potential to fail. We may never know though unless the game is released which as of now seems to be doubtful. Am I the only who was psyched about this game?
If it had come out to the states, I might have gotten a 360. It's been so long though, I highly doubt it ever will.
I remember pre-ordering this game from GameRush before the 360 launched.
You can play the japanese demo and see why this was not released in america, its pretty mediocre.