Hyun Kye (email@example.com)
Fri, 15 Sep 2000 09:27:29 -0400
Hmmmm, that sounds quite wierd. NO, I am not talking about PS but you are
right that I don't have SS version. I have Sega Dreamcast version;;;; But
I relaly don't think there is much of a difference because one of my friend
did play SS version and he knew exactly was I was talking about whenever I
talk to him but enlighten me here. Does Sega Saturn version have first 100
turns as ONe Year War, and they you have unlimited amout to turns to play
the next one? If not, then HOw is your game designed? I am pretty sure SS
version also has first half and seconds half? This another person wrote a
FAQ based on the Saturn version and yet, I still was able to follow that
person without any problem?
It is really wierd, you have only one disc? And that still allows you to
play both Zeon and FEderation? If guess on Saturn version, there might be
some movies missing on your version perhaps? But that is kinda wierd....
Anyway, if you still can't figure out what I am talking about, I will send
you the address FAQ which someone wrote based on Saturn version. BBai.
From: Dave Hudson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Friday, September 15, 2000 3:33 AM
Subject: Re: [gundam] Giren's Ambition Gurus please help
>--- Hyun Kye <email@example.com> wrote:
>> I am no Guru but I think I can help you with some of
>Thanks for the input.
>I pretty much snipped everything because, although the
>information you wrote was very helpful, it doesn't
>seem to pertain to the Sega Saturn version of the
>game. (But you bet I'm going to save it for when I
>get the PSX version)
>Several times you refer to a "second part" of the
>game. I ask: What second part? My game is only one
>CD (I don't have the bonus CD.) I know the PSX
>version has two disks.
>I think you are talking about the PSX version because
>you refer to Garma leading his own faction which does
>not happen in the Saturn version.
>If I am just being stupid, someone please enlighten
>me. I've been a Gundam fan for almost 12 years now,
>and the original was always my favorite so you can
>understand why I love this game so much. I must have
>played it all the way through 40 times. I've gotten
>complete victories more times that I can count, either
>as Zeon and taking everything down to Jaburo, or as
>the Federal Forces and taking everything including Zum
>City. From there I get the end narration, the end
>credits, and then the game starts over at the beginning.
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