Video Game: Super Robot Wars UX
Super Robot Wars UX
Can't say we saw this
is the first entry in the Super Robot Wars
series for the Nintendo 3DS
. It was released on March 14, 2013.
In a similar vein to the controversial announcement of Super Robot Wars Judgment
, news about UX
broke out barely even two weeks after the launch of the Second Super Robot Wars Original Generation
. At the same time, the lineup for the game was under scrutiny like the cast listing for Super Robot Wars L
- Mobile Suit Gundam 00: A Wakening Of The Trailblazer makes its debut in UX, which makes little sense without any build-up from Mobile Suit Gundam 00, especially when the Super Robot Wars Z2: Hakai-hen and Super Robot Wars Z2: Saisei-hen fully adapted the storyline.
- Cyber Troopers Virtual-On: Fei-Yen HD not being a realistic entry, as it's merely Fei-Yen the Knight appearing as a Humongous Mecha-based Hatsune Miku. In fact, it's not even an actual series: Fei-Yen HD is just an action figure based off a piece of official artwork.
- Mazinkaiser SKL marks the first time Kouji Kabuto of Mazinger Z does not appear in a licensed-SRW (until Saisei-hen, Kouji has appeared in every non-Original Generation SRW). However, since Mazinkaiser SKL was the latest title that ended before UX released, it becomes something special that the oldest SRW participant becomes the newest "newcomer" in the newest SRW title.
- Initial scans and the first promotional video revealed the same sprite-based visuals from the Nintendo DS SRWs, with players calling another instance of Lazy Artist, particularly returning series (though upon closer inspection, UX appears to have taken some visual cues from Hakai-hen/Saisei-hen, and isn't going to be entirely sprites). Upon game release, players have noticed recurring titles from previous handheld SRWs got quite the makeover.
marks the first instance of a series that is an Animated Adaptation
to a visual novel (Kishin Houkou Demonbane
to Zanma Taisei Demonbane
) and an actual Super-Deformed
also includes voice acting; additionally, Namco Bandai has promised Downloadable Content
via special campaign maps and a "Tsume Suparobo" mini-game, in the same vein as the puzzle-solving mini-games present in previous Nintendo SRWs.
Series included in UX
are (debuting series are rendered in bold
This game contains examples of the following: