Gundam fans will find that SD Gundam G Generation Genesis will launch later this year for PS4 and PS Vita on November 22nd over in Japan. This information was announced by Bandai Namco, who also revealed that the PS Vita game will sport two different cartridges on release.
That’s right, Bandai Namco announced that SD Gundam G Generation Genesis will launch for PS4 and PS Vita on November 22nd over in Japan. This news also joins how the PS3 version will be dropped instead of releasing alongside the other two versions. This means if you were or still are looking forward to the older PS3 version, it won’t be releasing anytime soon since it is no longer in development.
Moreover, for those that like to pre-order games and get them early, it was announced that the Japanese iteration of SD Gundam G Generation Genesis’ will go live on July 13th. With that said, you can watch the official Japanese trailer that shows some of the large cast of entries thanks to Bandai Namco.
If folks are curious and are wondering if the game will support English subtitles, fans should be pleased because the devs will add English subtitles in the Asian version, which is set to release later this year for PS4 and PS Vita. This means that the voice acting will stay the same just with subs during cut scenes, or when characters are talking.
Lastly, SD Gundam G Generation Genesis will feature over 38 different works all in this one game. This means that there will be quite a few entries floating around, which means a lot of characters and mechs will be playable throughout this version.
As noted above, SD Gundam G Generation Genesis will launch later this year for PS4 and PS Vita on November 22nd in Japan, and will feature two cartridges for the PS Vita version.
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