Now I haven’t really seen the controls of the AGE Gundam Titus, but I’m almost convinced it looks like this:
Why? It’s because Flit can pull off its attacks with zero training and practice. I can only assume he’s been doing these attacks all his life either at home or in the arcades. Just see for yourself:
Tap the joystick once going one direction then hold, then press a punch button and you’ll execute the Titus shoulder block. This is useful for covering distance and still maintaining space between you and your opponent. There’s also a probability for stunning the enemy. There’s a super attack version (wait for super bar to fill up at least once, and press all three punch buttons after the joystick move).
Tap the joystick going one direction, then use it to form a semi-circle starting from the bottom going towards the direction you tapped first, then press a kick button and you’ll execute a Titus flying knee. The advanced auto-targeting system will attempt to land it on your opponent’s balls. There’s also a super attack version (wait for super bar to fill up at least once, and press all three kick buttons after the joystick move).
This is one of the super attacks, the Lariat Gundam Beam Titus, or LGBT. Move the joystick in a 360-degree motion then press all three punch buttons. Make sure that the super bar is filled up at least once. The Titus parts come freshly pressed from the AGE System with one full super bar. This is a Hissatsu-level attack straight from pre-Gundam robot anime.
The Titus Gundam is probably the most n00b-friendly mobile suit ever: it has ridiculous power with controls even grade-schoolers can learn. I’m sure in real combat IN SPACE, the learning curve gets very steep and the gameplay pretty deep. But for gravity-front melee, you’d have to look at Gundam fighters like the Gundam Maxter, God Gundam, and the Master Gundam for better units, and none of them are this easy to control (you’d have to be a frickin’ martial artist to use the Mobile Trace System.
As for the flashy new G-EX piloted by none other than Woolf Enneacle, I think that thing uses a keyboard + mouse.
It’s because it requires Woolf’s mad skills (his right hand is using both the keyboard AND mouse, I swear). Oh no I think I pissed off a few fags. Here they come:
Don’t hate the player, hate the game.