No Export for You: Bandai Entertainment announced that a simulcast with English subtitles would be released in Australia and Southeast Asia... but not in the United States or Canada. Even worse that Bandai Entertainment is long dead, thus making it hard for the show to come to even come to North America.
There had been an English dub in the Cartoon Network Philippines broadcast, though.
And Okto. A channel in Singapore has broadcast the same.
With AGE being ill-recieved both in its home country and by fan sub watchers, there is a very real possibility it may never be officially released in the US. It's certainly true that no part of Bandai-Namco, on either side of the Pacific, has even mentioned the idea of a North American or European export push in public.
Finally subverted in 2018 after 6 long years, with Nozomi Entertainment set to release the show on DVD worldwide.
Originally, Level-5 was hired by Sunrise to created a Gundam Licensed Game. Hino, who wanted to work with the franchise, wrote a plot summary for what would eventually be approved as this anime. Unfortunately the game sold poorly due to being released at the same time as Project DIVA. Makes you wonder how things might be better if they simply worked on the game and released it a few months earlier.
Some of the original character designs. They seem to be more cartoonish until the final design made them a bit more mature.
Old!Flit looks even older than in his final design.
Woolf in Season 2 is also originally to have a goatee.
The AGE-3 Normal, AGE-FX, and Gafran all had Master Grade Gunpla kits announced, but nothing materialized outside of unpainted prototypes. The reason for this is likely due to how poorly AGE performed, and in the case of the former 2, how unpopular the pilot of those suits, Kio Asuno, wasnote it's worth noting that despite appearing in the Third Generation Arc, which is when the negative opinions of the show really began to intensify, the AGE-2 Dark Hound did receive a Master Grade kit.