Another Century's Episode 3: The Final

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Another Century's Episode 3: The Final (アナザーセンチュリーズエピソード 3 THE FINAL), abbreviated as "A.C.E.3", is a mecha action video game produced by Banpresto and developed by FromSoftware.wikipedia
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Although it has a "The Final" subtitle, it is not the final game entry of A.C.E. series, as after the announcement of Another Century's Episode: R in PlayStation 3 platform in April 2010.
This is the first title in the A.C.E. series that allows to swap pilots between machines (excluding the Shin Getter team in Another Century's Episode 3: The Final), though only for Universal Century mecha (those from Zeta Gundam, Crossbone Gundam and Genesis of Aquarion), in which pilot changing is a major plot point and constantly used.

FromSoftware

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Another Century's Episode 3: The Final (アナザーセンチュリーズエピソード 3 THE FINAL), abbreviated as "A.C.E.3", is a mecha action video game produced by Banpresto and developed by FromSoftware.

Mecha

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Another Century's Episode 3: The Final (アナザーセンチュリーズエピソード 3 THE FINAL), abbreviated as "A.C.E.3", is a mecha action video game produced by Banpresto and developed by FromSoftware.

Action game

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Another Century's Episode 3: The Final (アナザーセンチュリーズエピソード 3 THE FINAL), abbreviated as "A.C.E.3", is a mecha action video game produced by Banpresto and developed by FromSoftware.

Video game

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Another Century's Episode 3: The Final (アナザーセンチュリーズエピソード 3 THE FINAL), abbreviated as "A.C.E.3", is a mecha action video game produced by Banpresto and developed by FromSoftware.

Banpresto

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Another Century's Episode 3: The Final (アナザーセンチュリーズエピソード 3 THE FINAL), abbreviated as "A.C.E.3", is a mecha action video game produced by Banpresto and developed by FromSoftware.

PlayStation 2

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It was released for the PlayStation 2 on September 6, 2007.

PlayStation 3

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Although it has a "The Final" subtitle, it is not the final game entry of A.C.E. series, as after the announcement of Another Century's Episode: R in PlayStation 3 platform in April 2010.

Antagonist

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A.C.E.3 is set three years after the events of A.C.E. 2, during the final battle between the UCE and the Zentradi in A.C.E. 2 (the antagonists of Macross), known as The First Defensive War.

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A.C.E.3 is set three years after the events of A.C.E. 2, during the final battle between the UCE and the Zentradi in A.C.E. 2 (the antagonists of Macross), known as The First Defensive War.

Gundam

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It also mentions that the UCE forces has been reformed into the Earth Federation forces.

Wormhole

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Through this device, a wormhole is created in space between the two Earths, which allows the protagonists to travel between them.

Martian Successor Nadesico: The Motion Picture – Prince of Darkness

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The primary battleships in A.C.E.3 are the Gekko from Eureka Seven and the Nadesico B from The Prince of Darkness, with the latter eventually being replaced by the Nadesico C as per the movie's plot.

List of Mobile Suit Gundam characters

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The main ship of the Londo Bell (as well as the launching ship in A.C.E.), the Ra Cailum and its captain, Bright Noa, also appears in the game, but due to the death of Hirotaka Suzuoki (the voice actor for Bright) in 2006, most of his scenes in the game are cut, and his voiceovers reuse recorded material from A.C.E.

Hirotaka Suzuoki

The main ship of the Londo Bell (as well as the launching ship in A.C.E.), the Ra Cailum and its captain, Bright Noa, also appears in the game, but due to the death of Hirotaka Suzuoki (the voice actor for Bright) in 2006, most of his scenes in the game are cut, and his voiceovers reuse recorded material from A.C.E.

Hitomi Shimatani

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Hitomi Shimatani, who performed the opening and ending themes for the first A.C.E. game, returned to provide the themes for A.C.E. 3 as well.

Eureka Seven

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Another Century's Episode 2

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On November 29, 2007, Banpresto released A.C.E. 2 Special Vocal Edition as a follow-up to the heels of A.C.E. 2's sequel, Another Century's Episode 3: The Final.

Kōichi Yamadera

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