History Anime / SDGundamForce

12th Feb '16 11:58:15 AM GrammarNavi
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** [=DaScar=] from the {{Playstation 2}} game = [[Anime/MobileSuitVictoryGundam Zanscare Empire]]

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** [=DaScar=] from the {{Playstation 2}} UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 game = [[Anime/MobileSuitVictoryGundam Zanscare Empire]]
12th Feb '16 11:53:53 AM GrammarNavi
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Practically the definition of a LoveItOrHateIt series. When it first aired, ''SDGF'' was flamed to a crisp by some viewers as a LighterAndSofter perversion of ''Franchise/{{Gundam}}'' that ruined the franchise. However, quite a few ''Gundam'' fans enjoy it because of the flashes of depth lurking beneath the cutesy exterior, ranging from extended {{Mythology Gag}}s to deeper characterization than one normally expects from a kids' show. Two video games were produced, though the {{Playstation 2}} game is more noteworthy for introducing the dimensional pirates of [=DaScar=], {{Exp|y}}ies of ''[[Anime/MobileSuitVictoryGundam V Gundam]]'''s villainous Zanscare Empire, as well as more Expies of more machines from the primary three worlds involved. There was also a manga retelling of the series, as well as a promotional manga called ''Manga/SDGundamForceGaiden'', neither of which were released in the US.

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Practically the definition of a LoveItOrHateIt series. When it first aired, ''SDGF'' was flamed to a crisp by some viewers as a LighterAndSofter perversion of ''Franchise/{{Gundam}}'' that ruined the franchise. However, quite a few ''Gundam'' fans enjoy it because of the flashes of depth lurking beneath the cutesy exterior, ranging from extended {{Mythology Gag}}s to deeper characterization than one normally expects from a kids' show. Two video games were produced, though the {{Playstation 2}} UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 game is more noteworthy for introducing the dimensional pirates of [=DaScar=], {{Exp|y}}ies of ''[[Anime/MobileSuitVictoryGundam V Gundam]]'''s villainous Zanscare Empire, as well as more Expies of more machines from the primary three worlds involved. There was also a manga retelling of the series, as well as a promotional manga called ''Manga/SDGundamForceGaiden'', neither of which were released in the US.
19th Dec '15 12:52:20 AM morenohijazo
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* LowClearance: Happens twice; Grappler Gouf is trying to hijack a train, but is focused on the train that he doesn't see the tunnel and hits the wall. Later on, when he and the Gundams are fighting their TrainTopBattle, the same thing happens to Zero.
-->'''Grappler:''' Hurts, doesn't it? At least I'm not the only idiot around here...
14th Dec '15 7:41:43 PM Willbyr
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-->--'''{{Toonami}} Promo'''

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-->--'''{{Toonami}} -->--'''Creator/{{Toonami}} Promo'''



Practically the definition of a LoveItOrHateIt series. When it first aired, ''SDGF'' was flamed to a crisp by some viewers as a LighterAndSofter perversion of ''Franchise/{{Gundam}}'' that ruined the franchise. However, quite a few ''Franchise/{{Gundam}}'' fans enjoy it because of the flashes of depth lurking beneath the cutesy exterior, ranging from extended [[MythologyGag Mythology Gags]] to deeper characterization than one normally expects from a kids' show. Two video games were produced, though the {{Playstation 2}} game is more noteworthy for introducing the dimensional pirates of [=DaScar=], [[{{Expy}} Expies]] of ''[[Anime/MobileSuitVictoryGundam V Gundam]]'''s villainous Zanscare Empire, as well as more Expies of more machines from the primary three worlds involved. There was also a manga retelling of the series, as well as a promotional manga called ''Manga/SDGundamForceGaiden'', neither of which were released in the US.

Now with a [[Recap/SDGundamForce recap page,]] under construction.

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Practically the definition of a LoveItOrHateIt series. When it first aired, ''SDGF'' was flamed to a crisp by some viewers as a LighterAndSofter perversion of ''Franchise/{{Gundam}}'' that ruined the franchise. However, quite a few ''Franchise/{{Gundam}}'' ''Gundam'' fans enjoy it because of the flashes of depth lurking beneath the cutesy exterior, ranging from extended [[MythologyGag Mythology Gags]] {{Mythology Gag}}s to deeper characterization than one normally expects from a kids' show. Two video games were produced, though the {{Playstation 2}} game is more noteworthy for introducing the dimensional pirates of [=DaScar=], [[{{Expy}} Expies]] {{Exp|y}}ies of ''[[Anime/MobileSuitVictoryGundam V Gundam]]'''s villainous Zanscare Empire, as well as more Expies of more machines from the primary three worlds involved. There was also a manga retelling of the series, as well as a promotional manga called ''Manga/SDGundamForceGaiden'', neither of which were released in the US.

Now with a [[Recap/SDGundamForce recap page,]] page]], under construction.


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26th Nov '15 8:55:57 AM ecuvulle6267
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* SpinoffBabies: This the closest you're going to get with to this trope with HumongousMecha.
30th May '15 1:52:05 AM acrobox
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* EliteFour: In season one, Commander Sazabi has the Four Doga Commandos acting as his personal Dragons during the Invasion of Neotopia. [[spoiler: While Dogas Blue, Purple and Green were each destroyed by a member of the Gundam Force, Doga Grey was personally wiped out by Sazabi himself. In Ark, Kibaomaru has his Kibao Horde, a quartet of Musha Gundams that guard his castle. Those four, however, survive their battles.]]



* FourIsDeath: In season one, Commander Sazabi has the Four Doga Commandos acting as his personal Dragons during the Invasion of Neotopia. [[spoiler: While Dogas Blue, Purple and Green were each destroyed by a member of the Gundam Force, Doga Grey was personally wiped out by Sazabi himself. In Ark, Kibaomaru has his Kibao Horde, a quartet of Musha Gundams that guard his castle. Those four, however, survive their battles.]]
18th May '15 2:10:39 PM morenohijazo
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* DancingMookCredits: Along with nearly every other main character.

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* DancingMookCredits: The Season 2 credits were kicked off and ended by the Zako Soldiers dancing to the song playing in the credits. Along with nearly every other main character.
7th Jan '15 3:34:01 AM Mattwo
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* AccentuateTheNegative: This series has been generally panned by many anime and gundam fans who failed to see the positive aspects.
16th Jun '14 8:20:32 PM firejewel
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** Of course, the power of friendship can't stop Zero from [[SomethingAboutARose screwing]] TrollAround with [[BerserkButton Bakumetsumaru.]]

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** Of course, the power of friendship can't stop Zero from [[SomethingAboutARose screwing]] TrollAround with [[BerserkButton Bakumetsumaru.]]



* StableTimeLoop: [[spoiler: Madnug/Gerbera is the victim of one of these, depending on whether or not the [=SDGF=] thought one life was worth changing the timeline for. Then again the vision of the future Shute saw thanks to the Superior Dragon may have been real.]]
* [[spoiler: The Daishougun of Perfect Virtue helped Genkimaru get the bridge of the Gundamusai to the Ark from a distance, without Genkimaru seeing him]]

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* StableTimeLoop: [[spoiler: Madnug/Gerbera is the victim of one of these, depending on whether or not the [=SDGF=] thought one life was worth changing the timeline for. Then again again, the vision of the future Shute saw thanks to the Superior Dragon may have been real.]]
* ** [[spoiler: The Daishougun of Perfect Virtue helped Genkimaru get the bridge of the Gundamusai to the Ark from a distance, without Genkimaru seeing him]]
14th Apr '14 9:13:05 AM Ecclytennysmithylove
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* NoExportForYou: The second season has been shown in pretty much every country except America.
** Averted with the Anime Legends release of the complete series.
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