SD Gundam: SD Sengokuden: Kunitori Monogatari


Game Boy gets its first strategy game and its first Gundam game… and Kunitori Monogatari is pretty lousy at being either. Rather than depicting a cool Gundam, this is about chubby robot suits in ancient Japan. And the cumbersome strategy interface yields to some absolute rock-bottom barrel-scraping fighting game. Disastrous.

SD Gundam: SD Sengokuden: Kunitori Monogatari

Japanese title: SD Gundam: SD Sengokuden: Kunitori Monogatari • SDガンダム SD戦国伝 国盗り物語
Publisher: Bandai
Release date: 3.24.1990 [JP]
Genre: Strategy/Fighting
Super Game Boy: No support
Previous in series: SD Gundam World Map Collection [Famicom, 1989]
Next in series: SD Gundam Gaiden: Knight Gundam Monogatari [Famicom, 1990]
Similar titles: Game Boy Wars [Intelligent Systems/Nintendo1989]


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  1. I have SD Sengokuden 2 and it’s an amazing game for me. However I’m biased because I was a kid in the 80s in Japan when they first brought out the SD Gundam toys which were Gashapon, and I had a pretty cool awesome collection back in the day. I bought this game recently because I wanted a version that didn’t use the battery back up. As far as I can tell this one doesn’t seem to. The second one is FAR FAR better, but if something goes wrong with my SD Sengokuden 2 then this one should suffice.

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