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News: Super Robot Wars V Looks Palpably Amazing

Posted on : 17-06-2016 | By : | In : News, Videos

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Following the news that Super Robot Wars V is coming out next year on PS4 and Vita, as well as the awesome fact the game is getting a full English localization, we now have some very nice screenshots of the game to look at. The obvious weirdness in this iteration is the inclusion of Yamato 2199 but on the flipside we get Crossbone Gundam (shown above) and Hathaway’s Flash. As the game is getting an Asian release it also means Bandai Namco can bypass a lot of the licensing nonsense in the West and localize the game accordingly. Not to mention that both the PS4 and Vita are region free, means Bandai Namco has found a wondrous loophole to bring Super Robot Wars westward. Sadly, the game is out next year so we have a fair while to wait but in the meantime you can pre-order the English release here.


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Will definitely look forward to this game since it appears to be finally the first decent SRW for Vita after the debacles from previous SRW title. I just hope Black Sarena won’t join too late in the game like previous SRW.

I still wonder what does it take for Sakura Taisen to get into SRW?

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