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When I first saw the Tiranado, I thought it looked like Beelzemon from Digimon Tamers. In fact, I kinda still feel that way.
Here's some more info on "T".
Iím still salty about the lack of a Premium Sound in English. Does this game have custom soundtracks? If so Iím just going to put them all in that way.
Also Bebop is apparently JUST Spike in terms of playable, but you get all the Magic Knights. I guess that means Great Rayearth will be a playable unit.
Edited by Beatman1 on Jan 14th 2019 at 1:57:42 PM
I think the game does have a Custom Soundtrack option, but only on the PS-4 version.
Edited by dood9780 on Jan 14th 2019 at 2:08:42 AM
Thatís the one Iím getting. I enjoy my Switch, but this feels like itís gonna be easier to play on the PS 4.
And I can have the OG pilots come out to Urgent by Foreigner or something else 80's-tastic.
Edited by Beatman1 on Jan 14th 2019 at 11:35:39 AM
I got something special for the fans of X, the Savior and his song Maidens.
The Savior and his Maidens
Anyway, which SRW games have English translations (official or unofficial)? I'm pretty sure the only official ones at OG (1 and 2), V, and X. Any others (not counting Endless Frontier).
Unofficially, I know J has a full patch, and I think Alpha Gaiden does as well. Also A Portable got one recently, right?
OG The Moon dwellers also has an official engish version, granted it was their first try at an official singapore eng version so its....not great
But the game itself is fun
Edited by Midgetsnowman on Jan 18th 2019 at 12:22:02 PM
Unofficially: SRW 1-3, as well as EX, have been translated by AGTP.
The English version of the second PV for SRW T is finally here!
Looks like they're going with the localised names from the G Gundam English dub after all.
Edit: Holy shit... JAM Project is singing in English for the trailer.
Edited by MachThreeSlug on Jan 29th 2019 at 2:37:01 AM
I know that X-Omega related news really tend to really rain on everyone's parade due to cool and unusual series being wasted on a mobile game, but I still find this kinda cool I guess.
One of the new series for X-Omega is Medabots, that mons-esque series about robots with interchangable parts.
(Specifically, this is based more on the original Gameboy games rather than the anime.)
I think this makes Metabee one of the smallest main character units that has ever appeared in the series, along with the sentient SD Gundams.
Now, these next news are not exactly SRW-Related perse but its still really cool. And that is, that there is going to be a Mazinger Z and G1 Transformers crossover manga.
Some people who worked on SRW-Related stuff are having a hand in this manga, so I guess this is one step closer to Transformers in SRW.
That's even cooler than that one half-assed Transformers/Evangelion crossover Tomy did.
Does Bandai and Takara-Tomy have a toy rivalry thing going on? I'm actually surprised we haven't seen Transformers in SRW despite seeing a couple of Takara-Tomy stuff in SRW.
Probably licensing issues. The Transformers Franchise is co-owned by both Takara Tomy and Hasbro.
Itís almost always licensing issues.
And we wait to see what will be the first Western entry in a SRW series. Transformers has always been a long shot (but this makes it seem more feasible), Pacific Rim is getting an anime that could let it in, and the comedy answer - gen:LOCK, (which is from the same company that got RWBY in a Blaz Blue game so who knows?)
Edited by Beatman1 on Feb 11th 2019 at 9:06:46 AM
Not going to lie, I'd laugh if The Legend of Korra got included.
And people said that Yamato was out of left field. All the mecha are used by villains.
Not to mention Korra wasnít even released in Japan last I checked, so it has negative market penetration there.
Transformers should get in. Machine Robo got in, which technically means the Go-Bots got in SRW before the Transformers, and that, that cannot stand.
Hey, Iím for it! When the series grows long enough, that is. But the question is how the story would connect to other series.
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