Hello, it’s ChrisX and welcome to another entry SRW Season.
Well, as you know it, Super Robot Wars have been running since 1991. Each games contain different rosters of anime series, though some may return if certain titles are within one continuity.
But it is inevitable that they do not use ALL the rosters they have used so far, since an overbloated cast will make it hard to create a coherent story. As a result, sometimes a series gets a little forgotten and after appearing at one point in Super Robot Wars… and then not appearing for long.
And as a fan, of course I have a set of series that I liked, but Bandai Namco hasn’t seen it fit to bring it back to the newer Super Robot Wars. And that’s why, I am now listing the Top 10 Anime Series that could use a come back to the SRW series.
Now before we start, I’ve got to set the rules first. Actually it’s simple, the series must not be used by Bandai Namco again starting from this period: Super Robot Wars UX. I think that’s a safe limit. Therefore, there cannot be any series that have appeared in these titles:
Super Robot Wars UX
Super Robot Wars Operation Extend
Super Robot Wars Z3: Jigoku-hen
Super Robot Wars Z3: Tengoku-hen
Super Robot Wars BX
Super Robot Wars V
Super Robot Wars X
Super Robot Wars T
And I didn’t include X-Omega and DD not because they’re bad, but they’re… kind of different than normal SRW (even if DD plays similarly to it).
Also this countdown only takes account of how they perform within the context of Super Robot Wars series, not a review of whether the series is good or bad. But story synopsis is of course coming. And… that’s it, really.
Well, in that case, without further ado, here’s ChrisX’s Top 10 Anime series that should make a comeback to the Super Robot Wars Series!
Hello, it’s ChrisX and welcome to another entry SRW Season–(cough!) Crap! It looks like I’ve been infected with a severe case of dengue! SRW Season will be right back once I made full recovery…
1 week later…
MUCH better. Now where were we? (ding dong) Oh, what now? Hm?
(Several weeks later)
Ah, crap! I have a blog season to attend! Hm… well, I was planning for a countdown. But now that I got this baby running… Welp, might as well!
Hello, it’s ChrisX and welcome to another entry of the SRW Season.
Well, if you’ve been following me, especially on Twitter… You know that fateful day. The moment Bandai Namco announced their 2019 entry of Super Robot Wars game… Super Robot Wars T. The hypest SRW game at least in my eyes. I jumped around, grinning and yelling like a madman as a result of the ultimate hype that came with a SRW close enough to be the SRW of my dreams. I tweeted things about SRW T and made a comeback to its fanbase (at least on parts I know). It made me remember how much I was an SRW nut beforehand.
And at March 20th, the game finally arrives at my doorstep. And… uh, that’s why there were no blog posts, I was too busy playing. (Sorry!)
But then comes the question. Is the game GOOD? Personally I haven’t really finished the game. I’m about halfway or sorts… but I guess it won’t hurt to give a review of this game. I shall review this as someone who was absent from normal SRW games (the last mainline SRW I was active was at Z2.1) and would like to see how much it was presented right now. I will also point out any flaws that this game had. Mind you, this is not a perfect game, but let me try to be fair.
This review are subjective and based on my opinion alone. If you do not agree with it… let’s agree to disagree.
Well, without further ado, let’s see how this game stands up!
Hello everyone, this is ChrisX and welcome to the first series of a post known as the Super Robot Wars Season… where I speak about one of my favorite crossover franchises, the Super Robot Wars.
So if in the previous post, I talked about the outline of Super Robot Wars and my experience on how I got into it, now let’s talk about something else. A rather hot topic between Super Robot Wars fans.
Fans of Super Robot Wars usually identify Super Robot Wars into two types… a Normal SRW and an Original Generation SRW. To be brief, the former is the typical SRW that involves crossing over many many anime shows, and the latter is an SRW involving original characters that have popped up in various SRWs.
A lot of fans seems to hold the beliefs that the former is the true heart and soul of SRW, that if they remove the anime shows… it’s not an SRW anymore. And up until V, the Japan-only status of regular SRW and the almost-requirement to watch most anime involved to get the fullest out of a regular SRW was such a daunting task that the OG series became preferable for easy digestion and it also helps that the characters over there are also pretty colorful, quirky and lovable. Most of the time.
But we’re not here to say which kind of SRW is better. Instead, let us just look at these types of Super Robot Wars and see their strengths and weaknesses in more details. Perhaps, together we can learn appreciate both sides.