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Gundam Breaker 3 Break Edition, is essentially as it is advertised, the original release of the game + all the DLC and updates pre-packaged together. As to whether it is worth it or not, I'd have to say yes.
To address the base game 'in brief', it is an arena battler situated around a fairly loose narrative and involves collecting tiered loot in a manner reminiscent of Diablo 3. However, unlike Diablo, Gundam Breaker 3 focuses heavily on customization, and allows for a wide variety of parts to be assembled together as desired. And through a merge system, allows you to keep and simply continually upgrade or swap out stats on any given part, so you can always keep your look.
There are a huge number of model kits to collect from the myriad of gundam series over the decades, and are divided between HG and MG (which can only be gained in extreme or Newtype difficulty modes unlocked after beating the game on each successive difficulty level). MG parts are only cosmetically different, being slightly larger than HG parts.
The game does have a multiplayer cooperative component, which can see up to four players teaming up to take on a stage, with the strength of enemies increasing for each player present. Otherwise there is the Bounty Hunter arena mode which allows you to fight other players machines for ingame currency, or just the thrill of climbing the leaderboard.
The game's plot is fairly insubstantial, and while fun in its own way, bears no real consequences to the game save a few skippable cutscenes before, after, and sometimes during stages.
As for the DLC, the number of new model kits added per individual DLC was underwhelming and not really worth buying (assuming you had a valid region PSN account), but collectively definitely worth it when bundled together. In total there are around 25 new kits to collect, each of which sees some new little piece of equipment, some of which are entirely unique in function, making for a rabbit-hole of possible combinations and applications when customizing your setup.
In terms of stages there are a couple of dozen new stages, most of the which are essentially the same as those from the base game, with a few new (or legacy) stages from previous Gundam Breaker games. These continue the plot of the base game, and are again fun if insubstantial, nevertheless, I enjoyed it.
In summary, it's a loot based action-battler with insane levels of customisation options available. If that sounds like it might appeal to you, it's well worth picking it up.
This game is a GunPla builder's dream; tons of customisation options, from joints to decal, the level of detail & overal polish of the game is good but the gameplay is extremely monotonous. You'll be hammering the same moves over & over and face similar looking enemies thoughtout. Gameplay is a lot weaker than Gundam Versus but what this does have over that game is content and this version has all of the previously released DLC's so that has it going for it.
Just don't expect riveting moment to moment gameplay