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Besides mecha anime, video games also feature some of the most awesomely-designed armoured fighting vehicles. Japanese games—mostly shooters—tend to dominate this field (sorry MechWarrior), so narrowing down our selection to Japenese mecha was an obvious decision from the beginning.

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Deus (Xenogears)

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Federation Assault Suit (Cybernator)

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GEKKO (Metal Gear series)

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The First Boss in Assault Suit Leynos II

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YF-21 from Macross Plus (featured in various Macross and Super Robot Taisen games)

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Prototype NEXT (Armored Core series)

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Z-01Z Lancelot Albion from Code Geass (featured in Another Century's Episode: R)

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Jehuty (Zone of the Enders 1-2)

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So, which Japanese video games do you think have the best mecha? Tell us below, and don't forget the visuals!

sources: Metal Gear Wiki, amagishien's LP, CGRundertow, ballerscuba's LP, Macross2.net, Armored Core Wiki, shingin's LP, Zone of the Enders Wiki

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