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The Mammoth style Gundam seen beaten in Kiral's flashback is called Mammoth Gundam. According to most sources, it is from the colony of Neo-Siberia. It can also be seen as part of massive Gundam army that attacks the Dark Gundam in the final episodes. See more »
This hand of mine glows with an awesome power! It's loud roar tells me to defeat you! Take this! My love! My anger! And all of my sorrow! Erupting... burning... FINGER!
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If you have seen this in its original Japanese version or in English on channels like Cartoon Network, then you know what I'm talking about.
The premise for G-Gundam is "warriors around the world fight in the name of their Country and the final one standing rules the universe" or something like that.
It starts out great. Domoun Kashu is the protagonist and he kicks ass in his Shining Gundam. But after the first encounter with one of the chief villains, things get ridiculous.
People who were defeated come back. Gundams that were destroyed are new again. Gundams throw huge blasts of energy like Ken and Ryu from street fighter. Any unimaginable plot twist you can think of is in here.
That doesn't mean it's bad, but if you like more realistic action, watch any of the other gundam series.
The best thing about G-gundam is the way the gundams are piloted- every action that the Gundam does comes directly from the pilot's movements. That piloting system makes a lot more sense than pressing buttons and pulling levers.
I give G-gundam 6.5/10
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