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Macross Triangle Frontier (マクロストライアングルフロンティア?) is an Action Game for the PlayStation Portable, developed by Artdink and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment. The game was released in Japan on February 3, 2011.

GameplayEdit

Macross Triangle Frontier is the sequel to Macross Ultimate Frontier, the third in the series of games where Artdink incorporated mechanics from the Gundam Battle series into the gameplay.

The game features a simulation segment called "Academy Mode" where players can create a custom character to attend Mihoshi Academy and interact with characters from Macross Frontier as well as the original characters first introduced in Ace and Ultimate Frontier. Upon unlocking the options through repeated play, players can choose to affiliate with SMS, NUNS or remain a civilian.

Relationships established here will also reflect in the Campaign mode, where the custom character and the originals relive the events of the Macross series past and present, building their own love triangles in the process.

CharactersEdit

Original Characters Edit

Macross ZeroEdit

Super Dimension Fortress MacrossEdit

Macross IIEdit

Macross PlusEdit

Macross 7Edit

Macross Dynamite 7Edit

Macross FrontierEdit

GalleryEdit

Notes And TriviaEdit

  • There is an error in MTF's Gallery Section: The music track labeled "Get it on-flying rock" (which was used as the game's opening theme) plays the opening theme for the first Macross anime instead.
  • Some Valkyrie Battroid models are prone to stretching during walking animations, transformation or performing melee attacks. This also occurs during the EX-Gear training sessions in Academy Mode.

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