The Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 2 FAQ topic

#1Kamatari47Posted 5/16/2009 10:52:08 AM
This topic is for collecting frequently asked questions about the game, as well as answers to those questions. It is meant to be a resource that players can use before starting new topics, as their questions may have already been addressed previously. In any case, I'll start off the thread by posting some common questions and answers already posted on this board:

Is this game two-player?

Answer: Yes. You can play 2-player co-op in most missions, and there's also a VS. mode. There are some missions that are single-player only, however.

What are the differences between this version of the game and the PS3/X360 versions?

Answer:

- No online VS. mode

- No Download Missions

- Lower resolutions and weaker graphics overall

- Fewer enemies on screen at the same time

- Cannot change between costumes for characters with alternate costumes

- No trophies and no achievements

Does the US version of the game have a dual-language option for its voices?

Answer: No. You're limited to English voices only.

What was changed in the US version of this game?

Answer:

- The US version has higher frame rate.

- The US version has a more prominent frame skipping phenomenon, which causes some parts of attack animations to end up "missing in action".

- All BGMs from the various Gundam shows were removed in the US version due to licensing issues.

- Grunts are more active in the US version.

- All enemies (grunts and Aces) will inflict more damage in the US version.

- Your allies are more active in the US version and will inflict more damage.

- In the US version, you will inflict more damage on Mobile Armors when their weak points are highlighted.

- In the US version, the last enemy shot down at the end of a stage will have its "explosion" effect skipped if it is not on-screen.

- The word "Fight" in status screens was changed to "Melee" in the US version.

- All uses of the Circle and X buttons were inverted for the US version.

- The full name and model numbers of the mobile suits, visible in the Mobile Suit select and Mobile Suit Lab information screens, have been removed in the US version.

- The option to install the quick load feature to the PS2's hard drive was removed in the US version.

- The Newtype and Cyber-Newtype logos on the pilot select screen received a different look in the US version.

- All ending movies were split in two (an ending movie and a generic credits movie) in the US version. The "Gyakushuu no Char" ending movie, which plays at the end of Amuro's and Char's Char's Counterattack Official Mode missions, was removed entirely in the US version. A new short clip of the Gryps colony laser firing was added in the US version.

What's the max level for pilots

Answer: 50

What does it mean when a mobile suit's name is written in gold letters?

Answer: It means that you've unlocked the ability to obtain Rank 4 parts for that mobile suit.

For the characters with multiple costumes (e.g. Amuro, Char, Haman, Milliardo, Loran), can you change between costumes?

Answer: Not in the PS2 version of the game. Certain cheat codes will put those characters in alternate costumes, but that's the most you can do with the PS2 version.

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Sono niyakemen, bu-tsubushte yaru kara!
-- Souryuu Asuka Langley
#2Kamatari47(Topic Creator)Posted 5/16/2009 10:53:51 AM
What is the best way to raise relationship levels?

Answer: Unlock your target characters' Friendship Missions (which usually, but not always, force those characters to start off as your allies) and keep playing them until you increase your relationship level with them to the rank you desire. Remember that saving your allies after you let them get in trouble (to the point that the game tells you they're in trouble and need assistance) gets you an extra friendship boost, as does equipping the Charisma skill before you start the stage.

Another method is just to unlock either of the quizzes (which appear as terminal messages) and keep answering them over and over. You get +1 point to all relationships every time you get a perfect 10 out of 10 on either quiz, so if you answer one correctly 100 times, you're guaranteed to max out all of your relationships (though this is not necessarily a good thing -- some missions cannot be played if a certain character's friendship level with you is too high; for example, one of Scirocco's Friendship Missions require you to be friendly with Sarah but not very friendly with Reccoa).

Can you raise the friendship level between two characters by playing a two-player game and having each player control one of the characters involved?

Answer: That doesn't work. Friendship levels only increase for allies that are CPU-controlled; nothing changes in your relationship for an ally that is player-controlled.

What is the best way to decrease relationship levels?

Answer: Find a mission where the character you're targeting will always be an enemy, and keep playing that mission until you get your relationship level with him/her down to the level you desire. Shoot that character down personally to speed up the process. Such missions may not be available for all characters, and if they aren't, just pick an easy mission at random (Beginner's Battle Practice - Space is a good candidate) and keep resetting until the character you desire is assigned as an enemy at the Forces Summary screen. Note that when you have a character at high friendship levels, your relationship rating with them will increase if they're idle (i.e. neither an ally nor an enemy for a particular mission), so you need to keep that character as an enemy on consecutive missions if you want to knock your friendship rating down.

Besides shooting down enemy Aces, what else decreases relationship levels?

Answer: If your friendship level with a specific character isn't very high, just showing up on opposite sides of a battle will decrease your relationship level with that character. Relationship levels can also decrease if you choose the "wrong" answer in a choice-driven terminal message event.

What does the Worthy Rival skill affect?

Answer: It makes it less likely for your relationship level to decrease when you shoot down an enemy Ace. If you do get such decreases, the skill will not reduce the magnitude of the decrease. Worthy Rival also does not affect the relationship level decreases you get from enemy Aces for simply showing up on the opposite side of a conflict.

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Sono niyakemen, bu-tsubushte yaru kara!
-- Souryuu Asuka Langley
#3Kamatari47(Topic Creator)Posted 5/16/2009 10:54:42 AM
I need to decrease Reccoa's friendship level in order to select the Friendship Mission that unlocks Sarah as a playable character. What are some stages I can use to accomplish that?

Answer:

1) Missions that feature both Sarah and Reccoa as "locked-in" enemies (helpful if you've maxed friendship with Sarah already and can stand to take the relationship hit):

Genius of Jupitris (Collection Mission)

2) Missions that are likely to feature both Sarah and Reccoa as enemies, due to the presence of Scirocco as a stage boss or mid-boss:

Freedom for the Universe 3 (AEUG Friendship Mission)
Will of the Gods (Scirocco's License Mission)

3) Missions that feature Reccoa as a "locked-in" enemy, but is not a practical stage to play for decreasing friendship (due to being a 7-bar difficulty stage that must be played on Hard):

War Goddess (Extra Mission)

I sometimes get a message that says something like "pilots are disappointed at the slow rate of action and sloppy field." What does that mean?

Answer: It's a message about the morale of your forces. Basically, when morale decreases, grunts on your side tend to fight less aggressively, and fields under your control will launch fewer parties of grunts to assault enemy fields. Morale changes don't affect allied aces, however.

How do you unlock the quizzes? And can you do them more than once?

Answer: You get the Novice-level one after clearing the Free Missions you get for 50 missions cleared and 20000 enemies shot down; you get the Expert-level one after clearing the Free Missions you get for 200 missions cleared and 40000 enemies shot down.

Yes, you can do them as many times as you want. Each time you get a perfect score, you get +1 point to all friendship ratings (in other words, 100 perfect scores on any quiz is guaranteed to max out your friendship score with any character).

NOTE: The commemorative mission for 50 missions cleared only counts whatever your current character has done, so you must unlock that mission individually for each character. The commemorative missions for 200 missions cleared, 20000 enemies shot down, and 40000 enemies shot down count totals for all pilots combined, so you only have to unlock them once -- they'll appear in every pilot's Free Missions menu after that. Keep in mind that you still must clear each of these missions before your current character will receive the terminal messages that contain the quizzes.

How do you beat Mobile Armors?

Answer: For tier 3 (N6C6) mobile suits, just hold Square to charge up your Smash Attack and unleash them when the Mobile Armor's weak points are highlighted. This will knock down the Mobile Armor (as will using a SP attack when the MA's weak points are highlighted), and you can use your favorite combo on the Mobile Armor while it's down. Non-tier 3 mobile suits can only try to use their SP attacks to knock down the MAs, and you should equip the Small Giant personal skill to help them deal more damage with normal attacks.

How do you do a C6 (Square, Square, Square, Square, Square, Triangle) attack?

Answer: For tier-3 (N6C6) mobile suits, the C5 and C6 attacks are unlocked when your pilot reaches level 15.

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-- Souryuu Asuka Langley
#4Kamatari47(Topic Creator)Posted 5/16/2009 10:56:17 AM
Is there anything else that depends on pilot level?

Answer: The level-related bonuses are as follows:

Level 6 - Unlocks the ability to learn tier-3 (low probablity) Personal Skills
Level 10 - Unlocks the N5 (hit Square 5 times) and N6 (hit Square 6 times) attacks
Level 15 - Unlocks the C5 (hit Square 4 times, then Triangle) and C6 (hit Square 5 times, then Triangle) attacks
Level 21 - Unlocks the ability to learn the tier-3 Personal Skill "Jamming" for the Musha Gundam Mk-II (all other suits receive this bonus at level 6)
Level 26 - Unlocks the ability to learn most tier-4 (lowest probability) Personal Skills
Level 31 - Unlocks the ability to learn the tier-4 Personal Skill "Ace Killer" for mobile suits that do not require Licenses (License-operated mobile suits receive this bonus at level 26)
Level 36 - Unlocks the ability to learn the tier-4 Personal Skills "Headshot" and "Good Luck"
Level 41 - Unlocks the ability to learn the tier-4 Personal Skill "DG Cells"

What is the dust-like effect that shows up around the Gundam F91 when you use its ground SP attacks?

Answer: Those are supposed to be afterimages that inflict extra damage for you (and add hits to your combo counter). Unfortunately, the developers could not depict the afterimages properly on the PS2, so they come out looking like weird formations of dust.

Is there any way for me to use the special "purple flash" SP attacks used by enemy aces?

Answer: No. Unfortunately, those moves are for CPU use only.

What's the best way to learn Personal Skills?

Answer: Keep playing and replaying stage #1/quarterfinals of the Gundam Fight tournament. Just pilot the suit you want to learn skills from in that stage, play it on Easy, and make short work of whichever pilot shows up to oppose you, a process that usually takes only 15-30 seconds. Even if you end up spending 2 minutes per stage from doing your thing at the Mobile Suit Lab after each repetition of the stage, you can get 30 missions in every hour, and that'll get you at least 3 rare skills. As you can tell, replaying that stage over and over is also great for Attaching the effects you want to the parts of your various MS and for Upgrading their stats quickly.

What determines which parts are available for Attachment and Upgrade at the Mobile Suit Lab?

Answer: Most of the parts selected for Attachment/Upgrade are randomly determined. Once you've increased your tech level to the point where at least three parts are available for Attachment/Upgrade after each mission, however, you'll notice a couple of patterns:

1. The mobile suit you used during the mission before the mission you just completed will always have at least one part selected in both Attachment and Upgrade.

2. The mobile suit you use most often (combined total for all pilots) will always have at least one part selected in both Attachment and Upgrade.

Knowing these patterns may help you plan better when it comes to getting your desired attachment effects and stats on a particular part.

What is the advantage of a rank 4 part over a max-upgraded rank 1 part?

Answer: Higher-ranked parts enjoy increased power from attachment effects. For example, the Snipe and Hard Strike attachment effect have a base 15% chance of dealing bonus damage on an attack of the appropriate type (projectiles for Snipe, melee attacks for Hard Strike); to get the actual percentage of the bonus damage activating, you multiply the base percentage by the rank level of the part the ability is attached to. In other words, a rank 1 part would have a 15% chance of dealing bonus damage via Snipe or Hard Strike, whereas a rank 4 part would have a 60% chance of doing so.

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-- Souryuu Asuka Langley
#5Kamatari47(Topic Creator)Posted 5/16/2009 10:58:42 AM
How do I make a pilot a Cyber-Newtype? And after that, how do I make him/her a true Newtype?

Answer:

1) To get you a pilot made a Cyber-Newtype, shoot down 2000 or more enemies with that pilot, clear at least 5 missions, and you'll get the a terminal message from Nanai Miguel. That terminal message will lead to the addition of a new Free Mission titled Kyouseishinka/Forced Evolution. Now go play that mission.

2) Once you complete that Free Mission, you'll get a second terminal message from Nanai. Choose to cooperate with her to get you pilot made a Cyber-Newtype.

3) To make your pilot a true Newtype, you must have a friendship level of "Trust" or above with seven or more characters, and you must clear at least 10 missions that take place in a space stage. After you've done so, you get the Kakusei/Awakening terminal message from Amuro (you do not need any specific friendship level with him). This message adds the Jinrei no Kakushin/Human Reform mission to your Free Mission lineup. Go clear that mission.

5) Once you've cleared that mission, you'll get another terminal message from Amuro. Read that message and your character will automatically be turned into a true Newtype.

Does getting a pilot made a Cyber-Newtype or Newtype increase his/her stats?

Answer: Getting yourself made a Cyber-Newtype or true Newtype allows you to pilot more suits. That's all -- you don't get higher stats or anything.

Can I change my Cyber-Newtype/true Newtype character back to a normal human?

Answer: No. Once you're a Cyber-Newtype or Newtype, you're one for good.

How do I unlock the License Missions for the Sazabi?

Answer: To get the License Missions for the Sazabi, max out your friendship level with Char, make sure your character has cleared 5 or more missions total, and clear all four License Missions for mobile suits used by Char/Quattro (the first two will give you licenses for Char's Zaku II and Char's Gelgoog, and the last two will give you the license for the Hyaku Shiki). Once you've completed all four missions, the "Red Counterattacker" License Missions for the Sazabi will appear.

How do I unlock License Missions for the Gundam F91, V2 Gundam, Strike Freedom, Infinite Justice, and Destiny?

Answer: You need to clear the Mission Mode Story Missions for those suits' pilots (Seabook, Uso, Kira, Athrun and Shinn, respectively), and achieve a friendship level of at least "Affection" with that pilot.

How do I unlock License Missions for the Musha Gundam and Musha Gundam Mk-II?

Answer: To unlock the License Mission for the Musha Gundam, shoot down 5000 or more enemies with your chosen character and then clear the Free Mission that commemorates the achievement. Doing so unlocks the "Remembering the Past" series of Free Missions; clear stages 1-6 in this series to unlock the License Mission for the Musha Gundam.

To unlock the License Mission for the Musha Gundam Mk-II, clear 50 or more missions with your chosen character and then clear the Free Mission that commemorates the achievement. Doing so unlocks the 7th stage in the "Remembering the Past" series of Free Missions; clear that stage to unlock the License Mission for the Musha Gundam Mk-II.

Note that the Free Missions used to unlock the "Remembering the Past" missions only count totals for your current character, so each character must go through this entire sequence of events to obtain licenses for the Musha Gundam and Musha Gundam Mk-II. Also note that "Remembering the Past" stages 1-6 each have specific friendship requirements; you will not be allowed to play a particular stage in that set unless you meet its specific requirements.

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Sono niyakemen, bu-tsubushte yaru kara!
-- Souryuu Asuka Langley
#6Kamatari47(Topic Creator)Posted 5/16/2009 10:59:31 AM
How do you unlock the Gundam Fight Friendship Missions?

Answer: Well, when you're Domon or Master Asia, you activate the terminal message that leads to the Gundam Fight missions by making people hate you -- once you get 8 or more characters to any relationship level below "Caution" (don't know what the exact word is in the English version, but it's the level below "Normal"), you'll get the message.

When you're using any character other than those two, the conditions for getting the terminal message is to have cleared 15 or more missions, have 8 or more characters at a relationship level anywhere below "Caution", and to have a relationship level above "Affection" (the third highest level on the chart) for both Domon and Master Asia.

How do I get the message that allows me to join AEUG?

Answer: You must have cleared 8 or more missions, your friendship level with Kamille and Char needs to be at or higher than "Affection" (or whatever it is in the US version -- it's the 3rd rank from the top), and your friendship level with Bright and Henken needs to be at or higher than "Caution" (or whatever it is in the US version -- it's the rank right below "Normal").

How do I get the message that allows me to join Axis Zeon?

Answer: You need to have cleared 10 or more missions, and your Friendship level needs to be higher than "Normal" with Haman, as well as higher than "Caution" (or whatever it is in the English version) with Glemy Toto and Ple-2.

Do you get anything from unlocking and clearing all of the "Practice" Free Missions?

Answer: The only thing you get is the "Cleared" tag on those missions.

Does the Zaku Lovers 2 Collection Mission, which requires 3000 kills combined while piloting a Zaku II, count kills made by Char's Custom Zaku II?

Answer: This particular mission only counts kills made by the generic Zaku II, since Char's custom Zaku has a real moveset and would defeat the purpose of the Zaku Lovers missions, which are to make you play extensively as some of the weakest/blandest MS in the game.

There are missions, however, that don't require you to pilot a specific model of a mobile suit -- for example, there's that Qubeley-centric Collection Mission that simply requires you to get 3000 kills combined while piloting any Qubeley suit (Haman's, Ple's, Ple2's, mass-produced).

How do I get the Extra Mission that unlocks rank 4 parts for Char's custom Gelgoog?

Answer: You need to play and clear the second mission of Char's Story Mode (Battle of Texas Colony) on Hard difficulty and keep M'Quve alive until the end of the mission. This means that you must rush Amuro as soon as he appears and stop him from getting close to M'Quve -- once the two of them are near each other, a cutscene will play and M'Quve will die.

How do I get the Extra Mission that unlocks rank 4 parts for the Zeta Gundam?

Answer: You need to unlock and clear the Extra Mission "Z no Hatsudou" (which should translate to something like "Activation of Zeta"). To unlock the mission, you need to clear Kamille's Story Mode and get the special ending in the last stage (the one that plays if you keep Henken and Emma alive; btw, it's fine to let Henken die, as long as you stop Emma from dying as well); you also need to max out your friendship rating with Kamille and shoot down 3000 or more units while piloting the Zeta Gundam (combined total for all pilots).

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Sono niyakemen, bu-tsubushte yaru kara!
-- Souryuu Asuka Langley
#7Kamatari47(Topic Creator)Posted 5/16/2009 11:00:52 AM
How do I get the Extra Mission that unlocks rank 4 parts for the Hyaku Shiki?

Answer: All you need to do is play the first two missions of the Quattro Bajeena arc of Char's Story Mode (i.e. Atmosphere Drop and Wind of Jaburo) and make sure that all of your allies are alive at the time you achieve victory. The Hyaku Shiki's rank 4 parts will be released as soon as you meet these conditions. Since you're allowed to fulfill these conditions while playing on any difficulty level, this is probably the easiest rank 4 parts activation to fulfill in the game.

How do I get the Extra Mission that unlocks rank 4 parts for the ZZ Gundam?

Answer: You need to unlock and clear the Extra Mission titled "Anime ja Nai!"("This Isn't Anime!"). To unlock the mission, you must max out your friendship rating with both Judau Ashta and his sister Leina.

How do I get the Extra Mission that unlocks rank 4 parts for the Nu Gundam?

Answer: Max out your friendship level with Amuro. To select the mission, your character must be a true Newtype, possess a license for the Nu Gundam, and have maxed out friendship levels with 10 or more characters.

How do I get the Extra Mission that unlocks rank 4 parts for the V2 Gundam?

Answer: Max out your frienship level with Katejina Loos and clear her Friendship Mission (to unlock that mission, finish the League Militaire Friendship Missions and read Katejina's terminal message). This Extra Mission is unlocked when you read the terminal message Katejina sends you after you complete her Friendship Mission. Note that to play the Extra Mission, your character must own a license for the V2 Gundam -- that's the only mobile suit you're allowed to pilot.

Note that you can also unlock rank 4 parts for the V2 Gundam while playing Uso Ewin's final Story Mission. You must play the mission on Hard difficulty, and you must first make the battleship Rewlloola retreat (by taking its field) before you shoot down Quess in her Alpha Azieru Mobile Armor. If you fulfill all these conditions, you will earn the ability to obtain rank 4 parts for the V2 Gundam once you clear the mission.

How do I get the Extra Mission that unlocks rank 4 parts for the God Gundam/Burning Gundam?

Answer: You need to unlock and clear the Extra Mission titled "King of Heart no Chousen" (The King of Hearts' Challenge). To unlock the mission, you must clear all three "Gundam Fight" Friendship Missions and shoot down 3000 or more enemy units while piloting the God Gundam/Burning Gundam.

How do I get the Extra Mission that unlocks rank 4 parts for the Wing Gundam Zero?

Answer: You need to unlock and clear the Extra Mission titled "Saigo no Shourisha" ("The Final Victor"). To unlock the mission, you must first receive the "Sanc Kingdom" terminal message from Relena (which is sent as soon as you max out your friendship with her). Note that you CANNOT get this message while playing as Heero or Milliardo, so you must use another character. To activate the mission while playing as Heero, you must reach a minimum pilot level of 30; to activate the mission with any other character, you must max out your friendship rating with Heero and shoot down 1000 or more enemy units while piloting the Wing Gundam Zero.

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Sono niyakemen, bu-tsubushte yaru kara!
-- Souryuu Asuka Langley
#8Kamatari47(Topic Creator)Posted 5/16/2009 11:01:08 AM
How do I get the Extra Mission that unlocks rank 4 parts for the Gundam Epyon?

Answer: You need to unlock and clear the Extra Mission "Zero vs. Epyon". This mission is for Milliardo only (and it requires you to pilot the Wing Zero), and it requires you to first receive the "Sanc Kingdom" terminal message from his sister Relena (the message will be sent as soon as you max out your friendship rating with Relena). Note that you CANNOT get this message while playing as either Heero or Milliardo, so you must use another character. To activate the mission, you also need to have shot down 3000 or more units while playing as Milliardo.

How do I get the Extra Mission that unlocks rank 4 parts for the Strike Freedom?

Answer: You must first unlock the Friendship Missions for the SEED Federation (don't know what the title is in the US version -- the Japanese title translates to "Sing the Song of Peace") and clear all three stages. You must also shoot down 10000 (not a misprint) or more enemies total (i.e. totals for all playable characters are counted) while piloting the Strike Freedom. To be allowed to select the mission, the character you're using must have a license for the Strike Freedom and have maxed out friendship levels with 8 or more characters.

How do I get the Extra Mission that unlocks rank 4 parts for the Destiny Gundam?

Answer: Shoot down 3000 or more enemies as Shinn and clear his Story Mode. This mission is playable for Shinn only.

What is the best way to unlock the ability to obtain rank 4 parts for all mobile suits?

Answer: The best way is to unlock and clear the Extra Mission titled "The True Dynasty Warriors: Gundam". To qualify for that mission, you must first unlock and clear the three Extra Missions listed below:

1) Densetsu e no Chousen/Challenge for the Legend (unlocked when you acquire all Licenses for your current pilot; when you clear this mission, you unlock the ability to obtain rank 4 parts for the Musha Gundam)

2) Ikkitousen/One Machine Against a Thousand (unlocked when you complete all mobile suits AND acquire a License for the Musha Gundam; when you clear this mission, you unlock the ability to obtain rank 4 parts for the Musha Gundam Mk-II)

3) Kizuna wo Chikara ni/Power from Our Bonds (appears when you reach max friendship with 20 characters; selectable when you reach max friendship with 40 or more characters; when you clear this mission, you unlock the ability to obtain rank 4 parts for ALL mobile suits which do not require licenses)

Once you've cleared all three of these missions, you'll be allowed to tackle The True Dynasty Warriors: Gundam. When you clear this final mission, you will unlock the ability to obtain rank 4 parts for all mobile suits which require licenses to operate. Combined with the spoils from the three Extra Missions above, and you'll have unlocked the ability to receive rank 4 parts for all mobile suits in the game. Even though it's going to be fairly time-consuming (and difficult; these missions are all pretty hard) to follow this procedure, it's still a tremendous time-saver compared to the alternative: unlocking and clearing all sorts of Extra Missions so that you can unlock each mobile suit's rank 4 parts individually.

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Sono niyakemen, bu-tsubushte yaru kara!
-- Souryuu Asuka Langley
#9xanderfoxPosted 5/16/2009 2:22:53 PM
- Cannot change between costumes for characters with alternate costumes

Actually you can, you can unlock different costumes for several characters, Only 2 Have been removed

- No trophies and no achievements

I suppose it's not the same but the Terminal does keep all messages archived, including ones that you get for completing objectives you get Achievements or Trophies for in the other versions.
#10Kamatari47(Topic Creator)Posted 5/16/2009 2:59:59 PM
Actually you can, you can unlock different costumes for several characters, Only 2 Have been removed

That's not what I meant. On the PS3/X360 versions, you can actually toggle between costumes simply by pressing the Triangle button or the Y button. Obviously, you can't do that on the PS2 version.

I suppose it's not the same but the Terminal does keep all messages archived, including ones that you get for completing objectives you get Achievements or Trophies for in the other versions.

That's no different in the next-gen versions. But the next-gen versions also keep track of a lot more things that are linked to Trophies and Achievements, which are simply not kept track of on the PS2.

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-- Souryuu Asuka Langley
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