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Super Robot Wars OG: The Moon Dwellers [Limited Edition]

Super Robot Wars OG: The Moon Dwellers [Limited Edition]

Bandai Namco Games
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Original Name  スーパーロボット大戦OG ムーン・デュエラーズ 初回限定生産版
Official Release Date Jun 30, 2016
Genre Turn-based
Version  Japan
  CERO B (12+)
PAX-Code PAX0007910746
Catalog No.  PLJS-70071
Item Code  4573173303743
Players  1
Product Measures 17.5cm x 14cm x 3.5cm

Box contents
  • PS4 Game: Super Robot Wars OG: The Moon Dwellers
  • Limited Booklet
  • Special Media Content Blu-ray Disc
  • Special Selection Soundtrack CD


customer reviews

Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes:39

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jerrexf (1) on 25, Mar. 2017 20:34 (HKT)
Great game for strategy and mecha fans
This is a great and sometimes difficult game, but a must buy for mecha and strategy fans. If it is your first in this series, no problem, there is a summary of wat happened in previous games.
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Psyche (1) on 24, Mar. 2017 20:16 (HKT)
Pretty good
The game is awesome, the seller is trustable, but it's just rather ships too slow with possibility of lost or rather pay extra 20% fee to get it faster
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topcatz555 (1) on 22, Mar. 2017 09:53 (HKT)
About time!
After all this waiting, we finally get an English sequel in the OG story.

As always, a fun and engaging tactics game that brings many mechanics that English only players will be seeing for the first time.

Most notably are the [Squad] and [Twin Spirits]: Squad allows two units to fight as one, which can lead to some nasty damage as you can use another squad for support attacks! Certain spirits also affect both units [such as Accelerate (more on this below)] and you now have access to Twin Spirits. Each character [as long as they are a main pilot (not mech sub)] can spend SP from both main Pilots to activate powerful, and often unique, abilities.

The new "Main" protagonists of Moon Dwellers are Touya and Calvina - the OC characters introduced in SRW J [I highly recommend playing the fan-translated rom floating around the internet]. In J, you could only pick one or the other and had a choice of 3 [or 4 post-game] mechs. Do not recall the name of the 3rd, but Granteed and Belzelute were among the default, with the Fury's mech being the unlockable 4th.

As to why it only got 4*...that's because they made quite a few changes that don't stick with me. I appreciate all they've done but there's many changes that just should have been made, or needed to be either for the matter.
A few examples include Irum [Irm damnit], the Terran Federation [rather than the EFA, Earth Federation Army], Arblade [R-Blade Custom or "R-Schneider Prototype Custom" if you want to get on my case], the Special Tactics Training Squad [or something...I'm pretty sure this was the Aggressors] and most horrendously, the Hagwane and Kurogwane. I mean seriously. The hell. Not only is it not written [or spoken] like that in Japanese, the only place where I have ever seen that spelling was in the anime with the Hagane's bio. I'm pretty sure I'm not the only one that was more than slightly annoyed.

Now that's over, remember that this game is technically the 4th in the OG series as follows: OG1 and OG2 [OGs], OGs Gaiden, 2nd OG and now OG: the Moon Dwellers. You can get a recap of most of the story by the animes and OVA [OGs and Gaiden] but you'll need to read up manually about the events that transpired in 2nd OG. Afterall, this is where they made the EXbein canon!
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prisonerofheaven (4) on 20, Mar. 2017 19:53 (HKT)
keep bringing us english SRW games!!
This is an awesome entry, and the first non portable english SRW game.
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weinboy_buenaflor (1) on 03, Feb. 2017 13:36 (HKT)
Super Fun Tactics
Started playing the franchise in the gameboy advance and enjoyed it since.

The mechanics of the game is familiar if one has played the genre and the latest iteration has polished gameplay further.

The story is engaging like watching an animated series but also juggles multiple plot lines which will tie in the conclusion(mostly).

Hopefully more translated jrpg games will be made available worldwide. Much appreciated that the game exists.
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