Super Robot Wars 30, the anime mech mega-crossover RPG, comes to Steam

The Super Robotic Wars series is heading West after more than a years-long lack. Publisher Bandai Namco will bring Super Robotic Wars 30, a brand-new entry in the tactical technique video game series that combines mechs from Mobile Match Gundam, Mazinger Z, Mazinkaiser, Getter Robo, SSSS.Gridman, and other series, to The United States and Canada and Europe on Oct. 27.

A Steam variation is verified, and it’s offered for pre-order. Bandai Namco has actually not revealed a Western release of the Nintendo Change and PlayStation 4 variations, which seem unique to Japan and the rest of Asia in the meantime.

Super Robotic Wars 30 commemorates the 30th anniversary of the series, which debuted on the initial Video game Kid. The franchise has actually included mechs and characters from a wide array of Japanese manga, anime, computer game, and movie, consisting of Mobile Match Gundam, Getter Robo, Mazinger, Evangelion, Giant Robo, The Big O, Macross, Virtual-On, Zoids, and Armored Cannon Fodder Votoms.

Here’s the list of verified series appearing in Super Robotic Wars 30:

  • Super Electromagnetic Robotic Combattler V
  • Mobile Match Gundam
  • Mobile Match Z Gundam
  • Z-MSV
  • Mobile Match Gundam Char’s Counterattack
  • M-MSV
  • Mobile Match V Gundam
  • Mobile Match Gundam NT (Story)
  • Heavy Metal L-Gaim
  • The Brave Authorities J-Decker
  • The King of Braves GaoGaiGar FINAL
  • The King of Kings: GaoGaiGar VS Betterman
  • Code Geass: Lelouch of the Disobedience III – Glorification
  • Code Geass Lelouch of the Re;surrection
  • Getter Robo Armageddon
  • Mazinger Z: Infinity
  • Mazinkaiser (INFINITISM)
  • Magic Knight Rayearth
  • Weapon X Sword
  • Majestic Prince
  • Knight’s & Magic

The basic variation of the video game costs $59.99. A luxurious edition of Super Robotic Wars 30 includes extra objectives, in-game currencies, and playable systems from the Super Robotic Wars OG video games, and it costs $84.99. The supreme edition of the video game runs $104.99, and it consists of a noise and information pack with 31 anime styles and soundtracks, 15 initial tunes, and 51 recommendation images, plus an unique objective.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.