NEW GUNDAM BREAKER Game for the PlayStation 4 Teased

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January 16, 2018

BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Asia announce today the 4th installment of the popular GUNDAM plastic model (also known as “Gunpla”) action game New GUNDAM BREAKER. The game will allow players to freely combine Gunpla heads, torsos, arms and other parts to create their very own original unit. New GUNDAM BREAKER will be available for the PlayStation 4 platform in Southeast Asia (Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines and Indonesia).

Players can look forward to an exhilarating experience as they are able to destroy incoming hostile Gunplas to acquire new parts, and use them to create new original Gunpla to fight against enemy Gunpla units.

For more details about New GUNDAM BREAKER, you may visit official website (in Japanese language) http://gb.ggame.jp or follow GUNDAM BREAKER official Twitter @GundamBreaker https://twitter.com/GundamBreaker.

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