Reviews and Problems with Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation
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They Keep Going… And Going… And Going….
15 April 2010
Excerpt: Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation is a high-quality tactical title. Thus it should be no surprise that Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation 2 is just as worthy a prospect for the seeker of a most pleasing GBA tactical title. Certainly the differences between the titles are distinctive and need enumeration, but any players who enjoyed the first will enjoy the second.
Excerpt: Writing a review of Super Robot Wars Original Generation 2 is more like writing an addendum to a review of its predecessor. It runs on a similar system with even more giant robots than before, with a frustrating increase in difficulty perfect for those trying to save money on hair cuts in these trying economic times. SRW:OG2 is a series of trade-offs when compared to Original Generation. So the question is, are the tradeoffs worth it?
Excerpt: The Super Robot Taisen series is possibly the most gargantuan Japanese RPG series that will not be coming out in English anytime soon, barring two exceptions. The reason for this is that these games mix characters from literally dozens of anime series into one fascinating amalgam that unfortunately would be covered by more than one copyright holder in English, and thus create a legal hellhole.
Excerpt: After years of giant robot lovers crying about the lack of Super Robots appearing in English, Banpresto and Atlus finally gave us a shot at the long running Super Robot Wars franchise. In the past, most of the games drew so heavily from numerous licensed sources- especially Gundam, Mazinger, and Getta Robo that attempting to license them would have taken roughly eternity and would have been extraordinarily expensive, especially since for every person whose eyes light up...
Summary: In this turn based strategy you get to choose between two characters, Ryusei or Kyosuke, which if you choose Ryu, it will play out as seen in the Anime series Super Robot Wars Divine Wars, while Kyosuke follows a slightly different path in the story. At the start of each mission, you get a final chance to load out your PTs (personal trooper AKA mechs), assign any skill points or upgrade your weapons, then you deploy your team.
Summary: This game was really good. You had a wide range of robots to fight with, a wide range of weapons, and the attacks were awesome. It follows follows a group of hero's trying to save the world from aliens. For a gameboy advance game the graphics weren't have bad. So in the end i really enjoyed this game.
Excerpt: Pour ceux qui ont grandi avec Goldorak, les Gobots, Macross et autres... Quel bonheur de contrôler de telles machines dans un jeu, excellent qui plus est ! A posséder pour tout amateur de tactical RPG que l'anglais ne rebute pas ! (la version US fonctionne parfaitement sur les GBA et DS/DS Lite françaises !!! A bon entendeur !