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Gundam Universe

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Mobile Suit Gundam VS Game series

General Info

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Game NameMobile Suit Gundam VS Game series
LanguagesJapanese, English
PlaymodesSingle-player, Multiplayer
DevelopersBandai Namco Studio
Release Date2001-01-01
Game PlatformsPlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Arcade
Publisher NameBandai Namco Entertainment
Country of OriginJapan

The Gundam universe refers to the various fictional universes depicted in the Gundam anime franchise created by Sunrise Studios. This vast realm features a rich tapestry of far-future military warfare, mostly using humanoid robotic weapons known as Gundams. He is known for the depth of his storytelling and his exploration of complex subjects such as philosophy, politics, the ethics of war, and human nature.

Each individual Gundam series usually has its own unique universe or timeline, but basically they all revolve around the conflict between Earth and its alien colonies. Characters, pilots, engineers, soldiers and politicians play a vital role in these wars. Thus different stories emerge and the Gundam universe becomes one of the most elaborate storylines in the anime world.

The significance of Gundam doesn't end with a complex universe; his impact on the mecha anime genre is immeasurable, making it the phenomenon it is today. The Gundam universe is a fascinating exploration of humanity's future, wrapped in a compelling story of war and ambition.


Gundam Universe is an immersive science fiction franchise originating from Japan, developed and managed by Sunrise Inc, a subsidiary of Bandai Namco Holdings. The franchise began with the TV series Mobile Suit Gundam in 1979. and has since expanded greatly to include more TV series, movies, manga, novels, and video games.

One of the most striking features of the Gundam universe is the innovative concept of mechanized robot suits known as Gundams, which are mostly piloted by humans in warfare. The universe is best known for depicting complex plots, character development, and philosophical undertones. The themes often revolve around the horrors of war, camaraderie, political intrigue and human evolution.

The philosophical exploration of social and political issues separates the Gundam universe from the typical mecha anime and gives it a unique status. Indeed, the rich history overlaps with historical conflicts and real-world events and provides food for thought, not just entertainment. Gundam occupies an important place in Japanese cultural history and has left a global impact over time.


Mobile Suit Gundam: Federation vs. Zeon
2001-01-01 | Arcade, PlayStation 2, Dreamcast
Mobile Suit Gundam: Gundam vs. Zeta Gundam
2004-01-01 | PlayStation 2, GameCube
Mobile Suit Gundam: Gundam vs. Gundam
2008-01-01 | Arcade, PlayStation Portable
Mobile Suit Gundam: Gundam vs. Gundam Next
2009-01-01 | Arcade, PlayStation Portable
Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme Vs.
2010-01-01 | Arcade, PlayStation 3
Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme Vs. Full Boost
2014-01-01 | Arcade, PlayStation 3
Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme Vs. Maxi Boost
2016-01-01 | Arcade
Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme Vs. 2
2018-01-01 | Arcade
Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme Vs. Maxi Boost ON
2020-01-01 | PlayStation 4


The Gundam universe, known for its iconic Mobile Suit Gundam series, is one of the most detailed and expansive universes in science fiction. Set in a future timeline known as the Universal Age, the series paints a picture of a future where humanity has expanded into space and established numerous space colonies. Gundam refers to giant humanoid robots used in combat and depicted as advanced piloted machinery.

A conflict breaks out between Earth and its space colonies, leading to a war known as the One Year War. The drama and action of the Gundam series comes from this conflict and the people who control it. The series focuses on the effects of war, especially the characters.

The Gundam universe spans multiple series and has spawned numerous sequels, expansions, movies and more, adding depth and complexity to their rich history. It is known among fans for its detailed world-building, complex characters, and careful exploration of war, politics, and humanity.


The Gundam universe is a fascinating world that is highly regarded in the anime and manga arena. It mainly features giant robots known as Mobile Suits, most notably the iconic Gundam. The universe first opened in 1979. in the anime series Mobile Suit Gundam.

Unlike many other mecha series of the time, Gundam explores the consequences of war, conflict, human rights, and the cost of survival. The narrative structure revolves around the concept of "new types", individuals with enhanced spatial awareness and empathy created by humans extending their lives in space colonies.

Furthermore, the Gundam universe is not just a single universe, but rather a multiverse made up of several alternate timelines and realities, including Universal Century (UC), Future Century (FC), Post-Colony (AC), and many others. timelines, each with their own unique sets of mobile suits and characters.


The Gundam universe is a fascinating fictional setting spanning multiple timelines and storylines centered around giant robots known as mobile suits, most notably the iconic Gundam itself. It is known for its realistic depiction of war, morally complex characters, and complex plots, in stark contrast to other "giant robot" series. Gundam debuted in 1979. with the movie Mobile Suit Gundam directed by Yoshiyuki Tomin and has since expanded greatly into various TV series, movies, manga, novels, video games, and models.

Each alternate timeline or universe is self-contained with its own heroes, villains, political power games, and dramatic battles. Notable timelines include Universal Century, After Colony, and Anno Domini. Despite the differences in time, they all revolve around the theme of war and peace, human nature and the struggle for existence. The Gundam universe continues to captivate audiences with deep, thoughtful storytelling and breathtaking mobile suit combat.