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News: Lord Of Elemental Port Officially Announced

Posted on : 11-03-2010 | By : | In : News



The first ever Original Generation focused Super Robot Wars game is getting ported to the Nintendo DS. Specifically, the Super Famicom entry of The Lord Of Elemental. This was an interesting SRW game on many counts, such as exclusively featuring OG mecha as well as rendering them at actual size (not in SD). Not to mention the oblique viewing angle, seen in many SRW games since. It’s also a game that many older Japanese gamers view with a fair amount of fondness, as the original game was released almost 15 years ago now. It seems that Banpresto are shrewd enough to cash in on nostalgia and port an already existing title to obviously fund the development of other projects. In any case, due to this being an OG title there’s an excellent chance it will receive a Western release. The game will be released in Japan on May 27th for 6,090 yen.


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If this gets a full DS-grade overhaul, and isn’t somehow injected with truckloads of 21st century moe garbage in the process, it could be the first decent OG game since…well, the SFC version of itself.

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