Super Robot Taisen J
Game Boy Advance
Super Robot Wars J
|Platform||Game Boy Advance|
|Patching Information||No Special Requirements|
|Genre||Strategy > Turn Based|
|Game Date||15 September 2005|
|Release Date||26 December 2010|
|Last Modified||08 February 2016|
This game is a strategy game with giant robots, and a giant robots fan’s wet dream. You take a load of mecha and characters from all sorts of mecha series, mish-mash their stories into one, and let them duke it out on the battlefield. You finish the chapter, earn some money, upgrade your mechs, rinse and repeat.
Super Robot Wars J is everything you could expect from a SRW game. Looooong, smooth attack animations, an assload of mecha and accompanying characters and a sinister plot of a sinister man to conquer or destroy the world.
It’s a pretty hard game at times in your first playthrough, because you get a big pile of mechs from the get-go and only so much money to upgrade them. And all the while enemy units are getting more and more powerful. It gets easier over the playthroughs after that, because you keep all upgrades from precurring ones.
This is the complete translation of Super Robot Wars J by the Romhacking Aerie.
ROM / ISO Information:
- Super Robot Taisen J (Japan).gba - NOINTRO
- CRC32: C956FD37
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- SHA-1: 27445302AE9EB0AA09F9365C5BA6F45655FE4200
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User Review Information
I like it!Reviewed By: Chronosplit on 13 Feb 2014
This translation is one of the best for an SRW game I’ve seen yet. It feels pretty much like I just stepped straight from Original Generation to this, it is indeed that good.
The dialog is done just about expertly (even handling the common “damn everywhere” thing you see in so many translations correctly! That’s bonus points!), and I was able to understand the text just as well as any game brought over to here.
I’ve only seen one bug in this entire thing: during a battle, some spirit commands in a Robot’s status (not the spirit command menu itself) such as Assault have a blank space, but that is a positively microscopic nitpick and you won’t even notice unless you’re looking extremely close.
I would say that this translation is on par with professional (uncensored) localizations, and better than some localizations of some mecha shows themselves. A must play translation for a must play game for anyone who is a fan of mecha or turn based strategy in general.
Recommended - Yes
|Amazing Translation||DiamondDust132||22 Apr 2015||1.0||Yes|
|I like it!||Chronosplit||13 Feb 2014||N/A||Yes|
|No Reviews?||Classicwolf||24 Jun 2012||N/A||Yes|