‘Dynasty Warriors: Gundam Reborn’ Review: Repetitive Fun

Despite its struggle with the repetitive gameplay that has attached itself to the franchise for years, Dynasty Warriors: Gundam Reborn manages to deliver an exciting, lengthy, action packed experience that, what it lacks in quality, makes up for in quantity.

Allow us to explain. Gundam Reborn, to be blunt, looks bad, at least during gameplay; however, each stage boasts an impressive number of enemies on screen, to the point where they often bunch on top of each other. It can admittedly look a little awkward, especially to passersby who are unfamiliar with the series and have no idea what’s going on, but it calls for some serious button-mashing confrontation that’s well noted nonetheless.

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