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Super Robot Wars X - PS4/Vita, 3/29 - 4/26 in Asia, English
#61
(12-12-2017, 05:53 AM)yazi Wrote: I'm sorry to hear that but not having a specific show from a massive franchise isn't the deal breaker for a SRW game. Plus, realistically as others have pointed out, its way too early for IBO to be in SRW. MAYBE in 2019 you'll get a SRW game with IBO along with other shows. SRW usually waits about 3-4 years after a Gundam show is done airing to be put in. Within the last decade, Gargantia and Shin Mazinger are 2 of the early debuts in SRW after their shows were done airing, having put in SRW 2 years after their show ended.

G-Reco would be in SRW X 3 years after the show ended (March 2015) when this game comes out in March 2018.
I'm sure those shows are awesome but the only other reason I got V was because Yamato was in it and I love that franchise just like IBO  so no question I was going to buy V but there is really nothing here that is  getting me, so for me that is a deal breaker also thanks for the insight Yazi :Smile didn't know how SRW works when getting titles.
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#62
Its all good, maybe the next game will interest you more. You want what you like.
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#63
(12-11-2017, 11:11 PM)thebigb Wrote:
(12-11-2017, 11:06 PM)Mai Wrote: no, no, i seriously don't know what Wataru is, so its also fantasy? great them

Same here, I know nothing about Wataru.

Same here 3





(12-11-2017, 11:42 PM)ryoga316 Wrote: So the MazinKaiser is the Banpresto Original from the Alpha games instead of the OVA. I'm guessing Kaiser would be an optional unit for Koji to pilot if he chooses to instead of ZERO.

Or or OR maaaaybe he is our Original for this game LOL.
Kabuto Koji for next SRW Main Character.



(12-12-2017, 12:48 AM)Mattman324 Wrote: Terada had nothing to do with this.  He hasn't been in charge of most of this shit in years.

In fact, someone brought up Combattler having a model kit releasing and not being in X, and he admitted he would have put it in if he were still in.

Has it been that long? wasn't around the time of Z Tengoku-hen release?!
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#64
I think Terada said something about taking a break after SRW V.
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#65
Terada works only on OG Games now
Its never too late to start loving again


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#66
At the end of the day, all that matters is I win.

Which I did, because all that mattered was that this was on PS4 and never Switch, and the fact that It's on Vita-chan and not Switch-kun makes it even more delicious.
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#67
Its not really that much of a surprise lol. I think people are hyping up the Switch too much especially for multiplatform and niche games.
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#68
The big thing is, it's primarily a niche japanese game, and the Japanese Switch install user base is really damn small compared to PS4 and Vita. Not to mention Vita and PS4 share similar architecture so it's easy to develop for both in combination. Not to mention this will be rehashing many of Z3s and V's assets that already exist for both.
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#69
Pretty much. Switch install base is also mass majority for 1st party Nintendo games or exclusive games. What examples of multiplatform games are there for the Switch that actually sold well compared to other systems? Disgaea 5, nope, DragonQuest Heroes 1 and 2? Nope. Nights of Azure 2 did not do all that great on the PS4 but it did far far worse on the Switch.

3DS is on the way out, and it was a lot cheaper developing games for the 3DS/portable Nintendo systems as it focused more on gameplay rather than graphics. That is not the case for the Switch, which does have portable aspects, its still a main console first of all.
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#70
(12-12-2017, 01:47 AM)Shear Wrote: ... okay I admit this didn't really produce much hype for me o.o ... still gonna buy it.

I agree. Not hyped at all for this one for some reason. The line-up is underwhelming and I don't mean the quantity.
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