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The anime in SRW games
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Quite a while ago I made a spreadsheet partially to test the supposed "3 year rule" (the idea that an anime had to be out for 3 years before it could be included in SRW), but also to see how many total series and episodes there are.

While the basketball championships were going on I updated the spreadsheet. I'm sure I made some mistakes somewhere so this is all approximate, but these are some interesting things I found.

There are around 150-170 titles included in SRW games, depending on how you count OVAs, manga, etc. There are over 4500 episodes. You would have to watch 3 episodes a day for 4 years to do it all.

The longest gap between the end of an anime and its appearance in SRW is Albegas -- over 32 years between the anime ending and its appearance in Cross Omega (Dorvack is also 32 years).

Around 40 anime have appeared in SRW less than 3 years after they ended. The shortest is still Gundam F91, which appeared in the original SRW less than a month after the movie aired. Of course, there's no F91 story there.

The longest anime to appear in SRW is Keroro Gunsou (357 episodes), followed by Mazinger Z (92).
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#2
Those are interesting facts.

How about the shortest introduction into the franchise that has its story told in the game?
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(04-07-2016, 05:57 AM)Orochi Kusanagi Wrote: Those are interesting facts.

How about the shortest introduction into the franchise that has its story told in the game?

It depends on your definition. The shortest introduction using plot elements from the game is G Gundam in 2G (3 months). I would say Turn A Gundam is the quickest entry for an entire story appearing in a game (a little less than a year before Alpha Gaiden).
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In Z3 Gargantia broke the 3 year rule.
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Which series had the most mecha cast in an SRW game? I'm guessing it's one of the UC era Gundam shows.
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(04-07-2016, 08:27 AM)thebigb Wrote: In Z3 Gargantia broke the 3 year rule.

Is it possible that because Gargantia has an ongoing manga, it was okay to break the rule? SRW K featured Linebarrels which came out two years earlier than the game with a manga dating back to 2004.
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(04-07-2016, 05:23 PM)Shin Justice Wrote: SRW K featured Linebarrels

Linebarrels of Iron debuted in SRW L.
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(04-07-2016, 05:23 PM)Shin Justice Wrote:
(04-07-2016, 08:27 AM)thebigb Wrote: In Z3 Gargantia broke the 3 year rule.

Is it possible that because Gargantia has an ongoing manga, it was okay to break the rule? SRW K featured Linebarrels which came out two years earlier than the game with a manga dating back to 2004.

The whole point is that there is no rule. As I said, around 40 series appeared in SRW less than 3 years after their anime ended. That's roughly 25% of the series in the SRW franchise.
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(04-07-2016, 07:41 PM)Garou Wrote:
(04-07-2016, 05:23 PM)Shin Justice Wrote: SRW K featured Linebarrels

Linebarrels of Iron debuted in SRW L.

I meant L. Slip of the keyboard Blush
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#10
Where did this "3 year rule" thing come from anyway? Something people just made up or did people think it was alluded to directly at some point?
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