Shin Kidō Senki Gundam W: Endless Duel is a 2D fighting game released in 1996. This game was only distributed in Japan.
The developers have used the same engine as previously used in another game, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Fighting Edition, but with some improvements added exclusively to this game.
Positionings: QCT=Quarter Circle Toward (d, dt, t)
QCA=Quarter Circle Away (d, da, a)
TDD=Inverted QCT (t, d, dt)
c=crouching (hold d)
Suffixes: V=Vernier. You use the vernier in the situation where it's mentioned. Only written in combos. See below
A=Air-based. More useful when done in the air.
C=Counter. Can be used as a counterattack.
AA=Anti-air. Whether it be surface-to-air or while in the air, it can be used to smack the bird...err, Kindou Senshi...err, Mobile Suit, from the sky.
IT=In throwing distance (aka, close range).
[D] [C|S|G|A] [W|s] [P|w|V|T] [a]= [Dashing] [Crouching|Standing|Ground|Air] [Weak|strong] [Punch|weapon|Vulcan|Throw] attack
[w|s]k=Press any [weak|strong] attack key
2k=Press any two attack keys
[[#]S]J=[[#th] Super] Jump
Dash: Tap forward twice
Retreat: Tap back twice
High-Power Jump: 2 Attack buttons together.
Blocking Rush: Forward + 2 Attacks
Double Jump: Direction + 2 Attacks in air
Triple Jump: Direction + 2 Attacks after Double Jump
Vernier: Down in air after Jump, High-Power Jump, or Double Jump.
Slows your character's descent. You can attack during this time, but you will fall to the ground afterwards.
Vulcan: HP or LP when half a screen away. Vulcans cost energy, and are generic projectiles. All characters except Epyon have vulcans.
This game can't be a retro competitive one but as one of the best SNES Fighting Games some players accept this:
1.Epyon (Allowed compared to the hidden character of his twin brother game)
2.Shenlong (Rapid Fire Weak Attacks and Specials Everywhere)
3.Wing/Merc (The Shotokan One and a Projectile and Zoning One)
5.Wing Zero (The standard with AA Projectile and Two Supers)
6.Heavyarms/Deathsythe/Sandrock (A Projectile one,the Hard To Master Infinite with Invicible Dash and a Standard one with Grappling)
9.Veyeate (Hard to Master in General but with decent pokes)
10.Tallgeese (The Irony,his real identity as Top and his Masked One as Bottom)
- Wing Gundam
- Gundam Deathscythe
- Gundam Heavyarms
- Gundam Sandrock
- Gundam Shen-Long
- Wing Gundam Zero
Boss Secret Character