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  • Bad Export for You: The Malaysian DVD has such a shitty video quality, not to mention shoddy translation in the back of the case that one could mistake it for a bootleg copy, as seen here. Doubles as Self-Deprecation, considering how Sunrise and the fans felt about the series...
  • Creator Killer: This is pretty much the only thing that a certain Stephanie Pena-Sy wrote.
  • Disowned Adaptation: Probably the reason why Sunrise denied the existence of the movie.
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  • Keep Circulating the Tapes: Outside of the now out of print 2002 DVD release by Bandai Entertainment, the film has not been reissued in any form in the North American market. Considering the film’s status as an Old Shame among Sunrise, the chances of the license being picked up by a new distributor are very slim, with current Gundam distributors Nozomi Entertainment explicitly stating that Sunrise has no plans to rerelease it.
  • No Export for You: All of the tie-ins.
    • The novels have been published and sold in Italian-speaking countries/territories.
  • Old Shame: Sunrise has never said it's non-canonnote , but have also admitted that they do not like to talk about it and generally pretend the movie doesn't exist (which is pretty much what the fans do).
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  • Prop Recycling: The body armor used by CONSENT troops are reused from Starship Troopers. But then again, CONSENT is eerily similar to both Zeon and the UCF.


  • No Export for You: The game was not released outside of Asia. However, the game did have English voices with Japanese subtitles.
  • Sequel First: In Japan, the PS2 videogame was released first before the movie.