I, uh, may have
preordered the Asian version of Super Robot Wars 30 too fast. Because for the first time ever, a non-OG SRW game is coming to North America. (And South America, except Venezuela. And Europe. And Australia.)
It’s Steam only outside of Asia, but still, a huge deal.
I’m back. I’m going to be doing this for the next month.
And here’s day 1 right now: “Title Screen Music”
From Hero Senki: Project Olympus, a crossover RPG for the Super Famicom.
The trailer for the next Super Robot Wars game is here. The next two, actually. Here’s Super Robot Wars T, for PS4 and Switch, which already has an English release for Southeast Asia confirmed like the last three:
Continue reading Super Robot Wars T: and the unexpected series keep coming
I’m not dead, but I would be if I wound up in a mecha setting and didn’t follow these rules.
1. Don’t mentor a younger pilot.
2. If you must break rule one, don’t be cooler than your protege.
3. Don’t fight anything powered by a black hole.
Continue reading How to Survive in a Mecha Anime or Manga
The next Super Robot Wars game has been announced, and this time there’s an English trailer from the start.
Continue reading Super Robot Wars X announced
So far, anyway.
Cross Ange: Rondo of Angels and Dragons, “Kindan no Resistance” by Nana Mizuki
Having the same director as Gundam SEED extended into having a very similar style of opening.
Continue reading My 10 Favorite Anime OPs of the 2010s
These are the ones most of my nostalgia is for.
King of Braves GaoGaiGar, “Yuusha Oh Tanjou!” by Masaaki Endoh
To be on the safe side, people with epilepsy might want to look away for the part from 0:36 to 0:45.
Continue reading My 10 Favorite Anime OPs of the 1990s
Martial arts and robots dominate this decade pretty heavily, so it’s no surprise what genres most of the best OPs are from.
Dragon Ball, “Makafushigi Adventure” by Hiroki Takahashi
Continue reading My 10 Favorite Anime OPs of the 1980s