(For the list below, only video games featuring mobile suits appeared in One Year War, or related variations)
- Gundam Battle Assault, Gundam Battle Assault 2
- Gundam Side Story 0079: Rise From the Ashes
- Mobile Suit Gundam: Journey to Jaburo
- Mobile Suit Gundam: Zeonic Front
- Mobile Suit Gundam: Encounters in Space
- Mobile Suit Gundam VS Series
- Mobile Suit Gundam: Crossfire (Mobile Suit Gundam: Target in Sight in Japan)
- MS Saga: A New Dawn (Mobile Suit Gundam: True Odyssey in Japan)
- Mobile Suit Gundam Seed: Never Ending Tomorrow
- Dynasty Warriors: Gundam, Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 2, Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 3 (Gundam Musou in Japan)
Current generation games that have been unreleased in countries outside Japan include:
- Mobile Suit Gundam (1993 arcade game)
- Mobile Suit Gundam: Bonds of the Battlefield
- Mobile Suit Gundam: Spirits of Zeon ~Dual Stars of Carnage~
- Mobile Suit Gundam: Spirit of Zeon ~Memory of Soldier~
- Quiz Mobile Suit Gundam: Monsenshi
- Mobile Suit Gundam Giren's Greed: Blood of Zeon
- Mobile Suit Gundam: Lost War Chronicles
- Mobile Suit Gundam: Climax UC
- Mobile Suit Gundam: The One Year War
- Mobile Suit Gundam: Path of the Soldiers (also referred to as Ace Pilot)
- Gundam Battle (series)
- SD Gundam G-Generation (series)
- SD Gundam SCAD Hammers
- Mobile Suit Gundam: Operation: Troy
- Kidō Senshi Gundam: Senjō no Kizuna
- Mobile Suit Gundam: Gundam vs. Gundam
- Kidō Senshi Gundam SEED Battle Destiny
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