* AllStarCast: Heavily branded as "[[Creator/MasamiKurumada Masami Kurumada's]] 20th Anniversary Work" and "The Major Anime adaption of a Kurumada work after ''Anime/SaintSeiya''." Based on TheNineties stand-point, the Japanese casting was really big. Even the veteran voice actors of the time were considered renown to the Japanese public.
** During the turn into TheNineties, Kurumada fellout with ''Shonen Jump'' with his ''Manga/SaintSeiya'' series, prompting it's cancellation. Leading him to leave Shueisha to reside with a different publisher who's willing to give him his creative freedom in developing a new story to catch some fresh air. Hence the birth of ''B't X'' through ''Shonen Ace'' of Kadokawa Shoten. The rest of his ''Saint Seiya'' francise was adopted by Akita Shoten's ''Weekly Shonen Champion'' and ''Champion Red'' magazine.
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Due to Japan's failed attempt to release the DVD version of ''B't X NEO'', along with the [[LimitedSpecialCollectorsUltimateEdition hard]], '''[[http://i.imgur.com/bmcY8fT.png HARD]]''' reach for Japan's limited-released TV Box set in [=DVD=], most local Japanese fans have to crawl their way finding episodes online, or owning the ''[[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff French]]'' version of ''B't X'', which released the complete TV and OVA set in one [=DVD=] box (with affordable pricing).
** The anime of ''B't X'' initially had decent ratings in their home country when they first started airing. But then the [[ExecutiveMeddling higher ups comes along to pull out their resources and sending hell lots of the animation production overseas to cut cost]], triggering the bad cycle of [[OffModel inconsistent character design]] and animation, ultimately plunging their ratings and had their anime forced into GeckoEnding. Which was a shame, since Kurumada fully showcased his artistry of lovable characters, deep philosophy, and a rock solid plot line [[TooGoodToLast within his manga]].