Super Robot Wars T Received its New Screenshots! See it All Here
Super Robot Wars T
PS4™ & SW – JAPAN
Bandai Namco released a new set of screenshots for the latest installment of Super Robot Wars franchise, Super Robot Wars T. The latest screenshots feature the various characters that will be seen in the game. You can check out the full list below of the characters that were displayed in the screenshots.
- Selece (robot) and Umi Ryuuzaki (pilot) from Magic Knight Rayearth
- Gundam Maxter (robot) and Chibodee Crocket (pilot) from Mobile Suit G Gundam
- Vulcan Kai (robot) and Ray Lundgren (pilot) from Gun x Sword
- GekiRyuJin (robot / pilot) from The King of Braves GaoGaiGar
- Nobell Gundam (robot) and Allenby Beardsley (pilot) from Mobile Suit G Gundam
You can view the screenshots below.
However, the biggest surprise for everyone is that Cowboy Bebop will also be added to the roster of Super Robot Wars T. Aside from Cowboy Bebop, 3 more titles will make their grand debut in the series, and they are:
Other titles that might interest you is the return of Aura Battler Dunbine and a more thorough portrayal of the follow-on OVA. The inclusion of The King of Braves GaoGaiGar is also fantastic, as well as the return of Armored Trooper VOTOMS.
And if you’re wondering what the “T” in the title stands for, it’s Terra that means Earth.
Here’s the full list of the included series in Super Robot Wars T:
If you want to pre-order the game now, you can get the retail version of Super Robot Wars T here at Playasia.com! And take note: the JP version is 10 USD cheaper than the SEA version of the game, and is incredibly likely that will include English support as well. So, if you want to secure your copies now, reserve yours here at Playasia!
Also, if you want to get the game digitally, you can get your PSN and Nintendo eShop cards here at Playasia.
Enjoy the announcement trailer for the game below as well as the developer message video and the English screenshots for the game.
— rmx (@astroidx) December 5, 2018
— The Bunny Revolution (@cristiandraws) November 28, 2018
Always remember. If this doesn't please you, anime!Spike and crews will still jam on you in #SuperRobotWarsT
See you in SRW, Space Cowboy. https://t.co/ImhYmyXrC4
— ChrisX (@Chris_X_200) November 28, 2018
Back home for Thanksgiving & I find out that Super Robot Wars T the new title in the Super Robot Wars/Taisen getting an Import English Release and it's gonna have Captain Harlock, Rayearth, G Gundam, GaoGaiGar AND COWBOY BEBOP in the same game!?! 😮#SuperRobotWarsT #SRWT
— JakatoXtra (@JakatoXtra) November 21, 2018
— Bossjoe (@Bossjoe123) November 21, 2018
— Neos Antrax (@NeosAntrax) November 21, 2018
— Kiki (@EraAngelus) November 19, 2018
With the announced release of #SuperRobotWarsT I can tell you for a damn unrefutable fact that all the Toonami fans across the globe just started weeping openly thanks to Bamco including Cowboy Bebop in the game alongside Mazinger, G Gundam and GaoGaiGar.
— Actually A Kyogre™ (@Lv44EnderShaman) November 19, 2018
— The Bunny Revolution (@cristiandraws) November 19, 2018
Like many of us feared, the Switch version of Super Robot Wars T will NOT have custom bgm. Now it's a choice between custom BGM on the PS4 or portability on the switch pic.twitter.com/xo2VAMHUIc
— BaoZakeruga (@RealBaoZakeruga) December 11, 2018
Ooh. I don’t know if I should get Super Robot Wars T on PS4 or Switch. Might be nice to have it portable, but probably can’t do the music-import (which I haven’t actually bothered with yet)
— 🌯 (@BurritoAlPastor) December 11, 2018
SUPER ROBOT WARS T English version launches simultaneously with its Japanese release on March 20, 2019!
— Feez (@feezy_feez) December 12, 2018
As usual, Super Robot Wars T in Japan will have a limited anime song edition.
The PS4 version will get an exclusive Edit BGM feature pic.twitter.com/aWTKtZQg5n
— 黒凧 BlackKite (@bk2128) December 11, 2018
Super Robot Wars T on March 20th. Will probably be the first game of the New Year unless something else gets revealed for release before it ^^
— Xcomp (@xcompr) December 11, 2018