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SD Gundam Capsule Fighter

SD Gundam Capsule Fighter

SD Gundam Capsule Fighter, a free to play third person shooter MMO from OGPlanet, is based off the Mobile Suit Gundam anime franchise that is wildly popular around the world. With more than 300 units to gather through the games capsule system, and all are customizable. Players will quickly find themselves dropped into a game world filled with missions and fast paced action that is certainly easy to pick up and run with for gamers who are not fans of the series, but fans of the genre.

Getting Started

SD Gundam Capsule Fighter is probably one of the faster starting games you will play. The game, once logged in, asks you for a player name and drops you directly into the games tutorial. While the tutorial is very informative, it can be a bit annoying if you are not really looking to run through a tutorial when you first start out. Yes there is no way to get out of the tutorial. So you will have several teachers giving you basic instructions on everything from moving your fighter to firing your weapons and understanding the power of your special attacks.

Gameplay

Once you have completed the tutorial the game drops you as the players into the capsule system where you will be awarded your first fighter of your own. This is random and you will be awarded one of a few different starting fighters. It is certainly nice to see that not all fighters are the same so all the newbie players are not running around with the same fighters.

The game keeps new players away from PvP until they reach a higher rank, so your first missions will be PVE only, either solo or with a group of 4. Each of these missions reward players with exp, and points that can be used to purchase other capsules and gain new fighters to put in your stable of fighters. The game boasts over 300 different fighters, so earning them all will be quite the task.

Over time you will find that there is a fighter that you will enjoy playing more than others, additionally there are different fighters that are well suited for different situations. So you will spend time with a few different ones and as you do so, you will be able to customize these units to your own liking.

In time you will earn the ability to jump into the PvP and Clan battles. This is where the real fun begins. While fighting computer opponents can be fun, there is nothing that replaces combat against other real players. Either way, combat in the game is fun and fluid for the most part, there are some minor aiming issues and melee combat can produce some stun lock situations that can be annoying. These are part of the game, and as a player it doesn’t take long to learn how to deal with these situations with a minor adjustment to your gameplay.

Graphics, Sounds, and UI

Graphically speaking the games graphics suit and follow the anime look and feel well, there are a few minor graphic glitches that seem to pop up from time to time, but nothing that will ruin the gaming experience.

Sound wise, you can expect the basics, nothing more and nothing less. There are good sound effects during combat.

UI is sleek and simple. One of the things the game does extremely well, most of the time the UI will be completely out of the way and won’t even be noticed, one sign of a very good UI.

The Final Word

SD Gundam Capsule Fighter is a fun game and can be enjoyed a wide range of players seeing that the game has very low system requirements. The large number of possibilities when it comes to the available fighters is amazing. Each fighter is also unique and the fact that a player can customize their fighter just adds to the fun. The game has a large variety of missions as well that will keep players engaged and enjoying the fast paced action that comes with the games unique style of gameplay. There are times when a player can wonder what they are suppose to be doing, but that is mostly because the game keeps things simple. Overall there is a fun game at the core of SD Gundam Capsule Fighter that gamers will enjoy, whether they are a fan of the series or not.


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33 Comments
  • dragonbrad98
    May 16, 2012
    Reply #1

    [..YouTube..] n64.

  • dragonbrad98
    May 16, 2012
    Reply #2

    n64.

  • qwertyabsurd
    May 16, 2012
    Reply #3

    [..YouTube..] No.

  • qwertyabsurd
    May 16, 2012
    Reply #4

    No.

  • xXJOGxFRANKyXx
    May 16, 2012
    Reply #5

    [..YouTube..] doesnt compare with exteel..

  • xXJOGxFRANKyXx
    May 16, 2012
    Reply #6

    doesnt compare with exteel..

  • BadIyBurned
    May 16, 2012
    Reply #7

    [..YouTube..] Nice Vid as always MMODen, keep em up!

  • BadIyBurned
    May 16, 2012
    Reply #8

    Nice Vid as always MMODen, keep em up!

  • TheMMODen
    May 16, 2012
    Reply #9

    [..YouTube..] Thanks bud!

  • TheMMODen
    May 16, 2012
    Reply #10

    Thanks bud!

  • TheMMOFactory
    May 16, 2012
    Reply #11

    [..YouTube..] Gameplay is just like CosmicBreak!

  • TheMMOFactory
    May 16, 2012
    Reply #12

    Gameplay is just like CosmicBreak!

  • GamerYudoac
    May 19, 2012
    Reply #13

    [..YouTube..] good job again mmoden

  • GamerYudoac
    May 19, 2012
    Reply #14

    good job again mmoden

  • TheMMODen
    May 19, 2012
    Reply #15

    Thank you!

  • TheMMODen
    May 19, 2012
    Reply #16

    [..YouTube..] Yes very similar

  • TheMMODen
    May 19, 2012
    Reply #17

    Yes very similar

  • apatano20
    May 19, 2012
    Reply #18

    [..YouTube..] A yellow gm now I’ve seen everything

  • apatano20
    May 19, 2012
    Reply #19

    A yellow gm now I’ve seen everything

  • Animega888
    July 13, 2012
    Reply #20

    [..YouTube..] Downloading right now! urgh why must I wait so long, just hurry up so I can start playing

  • Animega888
    July 13, 2012
    Reply #21

    Downloading right now! urgh why must I wait so long, just hurry up so I can start playing

  • fireman8294
    August 4, 2012
    Reply #22

    [..YouTube..] is that a medabee reference?

  • fireman8294
    August 4, 2012
    Reply #23

    is that a medabee reference?

  • fireman8294
    August 4, 2012
    Reply #24

    [..YouTube..] Wish u wouldve covered the shop

  • fireman8294
    August 4, 2012
    Reply #25

    [..YouTube..] Wish u wouldve covered the shop

  • fireman8294
    August 4, 2012
    Reply #26

    Wish u wouldve covered the shop

  • Cameron Doobidoo
    September 7, 2012
    Reply #27

    Awesome video!I’m downloading this game right now.

  • Melancholymacrocosm
    September 11, 2012
    Reply #28

    You need special hammers to open the rare capsules, and a 3 bundle costs 9 astros, which is a bit stupid. I opened 6 of em and didn’t get anything worth noting.

  • GundamChao
    October 7, 2012
    Reply #29

    Thanks for this video. I think I’ll give the game a shot now, then…

  • Neocrypter
    October 28, 2012
    Reply #30

    not sure if anyone answered you, but the rare capsule you need a hammer available in the shop to open. just started playing this today love it so far.

  • Juan Chau
    November 13, 2012
    Reply #31

    tatical interventoin got stuff like that?

  • FinnaEscape
    December 12, 2012
    Reply #32

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  • maxspecs
    March 18, 2013
    Reply #33

    You should totally dive deeper into the game, PVP is the core of the SDGO experience. Melee weapons are generally strong and can lock down opponents, but require you to get close. There’s also quests to get better units than the training GM or training Zaku they start you with, the M1 Astray, GM Sniper Custom, and Gouf are all good units for learning the 3 main roles of balance, long range, and close/melee.

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