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Which Valvrave mech would you like to see the most in SRW?
Spirit sets in FMW are kind of a mixed bag, because while it's good that everyone isn't generically perfect and that you're sometimes forced to actually think about how to safely use certain characters, it really does suck that on the higher difficulties certain characters are just outright worse because they don't have Fury or Strike. They're still useable at least.
Also not having Valor is barely an issue. Boss HP values don't get high enough that you honestly need a x1.5 multiplier unless you're on Lunatic, and if you're on Lunatic then Valor is fucking worthless because you're saving your SP for Strike/Alert/Grit/Fury. And regardless of difficulty, you're better off forming huge support attack/friendship blocks instead.
Raw stats don't necessarily mean much if the net benefit exceeds the stuff that you trade off. Super pilots tend to have much worse pilot stats than reals but the robots make up for it.
The real "god fucking damnit why doesn't this character have this" is Shield Defense because Supers in FMW literally live or die based on if they have it.
damnit keine you have a shield in your blocking animation why aren't you using it
The problem isn't really the no Valor. The problem is the cost to effectiveness ratio of the spirit because of things like Direct Hit doing way more for your damage when you pay like half of the cost.
And then there's bosses where you don't need either because support attack spam do all of the damage you need to burn through that 20-40k per spellcards pool.
Support defense/attack really is key to the higher difficulties, it's pretty much impossible to not die if you don't make mass abuse of support defense anyway.
In Normal you can more or less stumble your way through everything even if you don't know what half the skills do as long you don't do anything outright stupid.
FMW has probably one of the best battleships in a while, because as it turns out a gigantic hunk of wood is pretty good at taking hits. Even has a surprisingly good finisher and some top tier spirits.
Though I guess FMW4 kinda ruins that since Murasa and Ichirin ditch the ship.
Yuyuko is the outright best tank in FMW3 because she has that bullshit ability that turns any activation of Shield Defense into an automatic dodge.
Meiling has a solid hold of second place thanks to better availability, but no matter how high her defense gets she can't beat taking no damage at all. And she still has Shield Defense anyways, she's just probably equipping the Support Defend On Player Phase PS instead.
>Murasa and Ichirin ditch the ship.
It's a mixed bag.
On one hand you do lose the fantastic finisher but on the other you gain a barrier for the biggest bulkiest unit in the game. Plus Rinnosuke has a much better shooting stat for the MAP and attacks to work off unlike Murasa's shittacular shooting. There is actually like a full 30 point difference between the two, it's nothing to sniff at.
>And she still has Shield Defense anyways, she's just probably equipping the Support Defend On Player Phase PS instead.
Yes, but the skill itself got nerfed. It still allows you to activate Shield Defense procs, but it no longer counts as having a shield for the purpose of taking less damage when defending.
Yuyuko's a great tank (and a fantastic unit all around, really), but that skill doesn't get really good until NG+, since she just doesn't have enough spare PP to take advantage of it. She only learns one level of Blocking by default, and it's one of the most expensive skills in the game to increase. I'd put that PS on par with Ran's default one - hilariously broken in NG+, but impractical to use before that. On a fresh run, you're probably better off running one of Yuyuko's SP-restoring skills to take advantage of Rally.
>Meiling has a solid hold of second place thanks to better availability
She'll have to settle for third place if the demo for the new game is anything to judge by.
>Yuyuko is the outright best tank in FMW3 because she has that bullshit ability that turns any activation of Shield Defense into an automatic dodge.
That ability is pure madness, it even bypasses Lock On, it's basically the sole reason you want max Blocking and a lv of Support Defense on Yuyuko the second you get her.
You don't really lose the finisher. You just have to bring Murasa along to use it as a combo.
Besides, getting Ichirin off the ship to abuse her Barrier and Guard is the real bonus.
Snooping around the .dats for FMW3, there's a whole bunch of information on each character's Revenge mechanics. If you don't know, if a character A is on character B's revenge list, and A is shot down, then B gets a small, invisible buff to their base damage.
For the most part people on a character's Revenge list are also friends with them, and as you'd expect the buff is usually proportional to the level of friendship. But there are some amusing outliers:
- Meiling is friends with all of SDM, but doesn't give a shit if Patchy or Koa dies. And she cares like twice as much if Sakuya or Flandre bite it than if Remilia does.
- Sakuya's highest buff is for Remilia dying, but even that's only slightly higher than the buff she gets if Meiling eats it. I think only Patchouli and Flandre really care if Remilia dies, nobody likes her.
- Yukari has an absolutely absurd buff if Yuyuko dies. It was like +100 in earlier versions, and even after nerfing it's +65. Meanwhile if Ran dies she just gets a +20.
- Ran is apparently ill-liked in general because kinda-coworker Youmu cares more about Reisen dying than Ran.
- Yuugi apparently really does care about her sorta-girlfriend after all, because her revenge buff for Parsee dying is much higher than if Suika does.
You know, recently I went and watched up some old robot anime openings, and when it got to Ginguiser here, I saw a familiar "transformation" to that robot which was just as ridiculous then as it was when I first saw it years back.
Seriously, people made jokes about the logic behind Getter machines, then you have this thing.
No, everyone knows Ginguiser is completely fucking bullshit. It's the main reason people remember it.
Luurah apparently loves it though, so it's getting subbed. And I can sort of see why, I guess? It's definitely ODD.
Those make a surprising amount of sense. After all, Remilia's a dick, and Ran's whole gimmick is that no one but Chen gives half a shit about her.
Now that I think about it, it's rather odd that Ran is the only boss character whose default battle theme is pulled from a stage where she was someone else's midboss.
The weird part is that the individual mechs transformations aren't all that weird, it's literally just how the toys would've worked
But then the gattai happens and everything goes wrong
>Meanwhile if Ran dies she just gets a +20.
Yukari, being disappointed in and not giving a shit about Ran since 2003.
The weirder part is that the combined Ginguiser is a mostly sensical combination of the four... EXCEPT THE COMBINATION SEQUENCE. Like, in the show, you can see where the four go when it's combined. It just makes no sense while combining. (And they summon weapons out of nowhere, but the individual ones do that too, so whatever)
Someone started a translation effort for Alpha 3 and we have proof of concept that text insertion is possible in FMW3. Other than that, not a whole lot of recent news.
Alpha is still at 65%.
A rough timeline for FMW3 will probably be like
- Menu patch up by the end of the 3 day weekend.
- Main script inserted, checked, and edited in like a month. Maybe a month and a half.
- The patch might try and go further since FMW3 deserves a full translation, but halfway through FMW4 will come out and everyone will drop the project like a hot potato.
If everyone follows the style guide the editing portion of the script insertion shouldn't take too long, but FMW2 was a literal mess so I'm not very hopeful on that front.
It's pretty much your standard SRW, though styled more after the early days, and with a good element of randomness to go with the extremely high number of units available, and depending on the mode. New units are acquired through in-stage convincing (either its own command or through defeating them depending on the mode), and in some modes, a random roller.
It's kind of odd to explain, but if you've played a SRW before and then you move onto this, it shouldn't strike you as terribly difficult to understand.
Holy shit, he actually has some screens. Maybe this and the psp translation will go through. doe it look like he knows Japanese by the screens?
Why inst it important? wouldn't we not understand the plot at all? we need alpha 1 at least right?
building myself an OG team so I can pretend I'm playing OG3
Animation is extremely basic. You see those head icons for the units? Imagine them crashing into each other for tackling attacks, showing a little sword over them swinging for sword attacks, and the like. Some bigger attacks give some rudimentary cut-ins or the like (Stoner Sunshine is an example that has pseudo-animation), but really, it's a low-power fangame, so you shouldn't go in expecting anything like what SRW is capable of these days. The novelty is all in the extreme number of units it has.
I don't have the link anymore, but I once made a pastebin entry that contained the list straight from the files of all the series included, but let's just say that over 300 separate entries are included from the 1960s to 2014. (Though series entries just means that the main unit itself is represented, very few series will have supporting mecha, mostly stuff like Boss Borot, the other Celestial Being Gundams, and the like)
Anyone actually try the patch or are we all waiting for it to be a bit more. So far its Battle Menu, Unit Names (70%), Attack Names (70%),
Main Menu, Intro Text, and Stage Names.
So he really did some work already. He seems Japanese.
Don't forget that that shot was taken with a low-level Simon and without ranking up the mecha to Rank 10. I believe all the attacks would be 1000 points stronger then. Might not sound like much but the game is modeled off the lower attack values of the classic era, so there's that.
Don't think it has, in keeping with SRW tradition the PV must always have a nice theme that is never used in the actual game.
>You will never get the BX PV theme...
And Char's Counterattack, and the end of 0083, and the first half of the Jeeg plot which gets finished in Alpha 3, and the first half of Gaogaigar's plot which gets finished in Alpha 3, and the finishing of the Mycenaeans and Dinosaur Empire, which had to be done in the present, and the Daitarn plot, and the Voltes and Daimos plot that leads into the resurgence of Combattler in Alpha 3... Oh, and the individual plots of the routes are important to the ones they lead into.
@G's plot is "We're in the future and have to fight OG people we will never fight again in the present", but it was the FIRST one translated, so no, that's not an excuse.
I'm talking strictly about the OG plot, not the series' plots. All the Alpha's should be translated, but in regards to the OG plot, @2 is the least important.
@G being translated first isn't that big of a deal, and it makes sense since its the smallest of the @ games and was on the PS.
Oh yeah, I never did look to see what the actual name of this unit is, alongside that one from before with the string of about 7 kanji.
Well if we actually get 3 before fucking @1 then boy will we be fucked. Gaiden was fin because it had nothing to do with the storyline, didnt even have main characters. but im guessing we at least need 1 to fucking understand everything in 3 since its the end. plus we wont care as much about the characters and story/world. I really hope ghidon just fucking releases @1 no matter what, its 2016.
Yeah, The Shining Heavenly Sword God or whatever all that turns into.
It's not something that's to be translated. It's named ofter one of the three sacred treasures of Japan, the Ame no Murakumo. I can't help with the first two, but the latter four is Ame-no-Murakumo-no-Tsurugi.
Thanks anyway. I'll probably just dig through the unit data for the odd ones out like this and the earlier pic. It contains hiragana versions of the names of most of the mecha in there.
Also interesting to see what's apparently "programmed" into the game through the units available, but not actually available because the game doesn't have a unit necessary. Godannar's Triple Drive, Red Baron has a combo attack with a Gold Baron, TV Psybuster has a combo with the TV versions of the other Elemental Lords, God Gravion has a combo with a Sol Sigma Gravion...
Its Awesome that someone is translating @3 but NOTHING ever goes our way. We have the worst luck out of any fanbase, even though most or some of our fanbase can actually read Japanese.. FE got a translation out of nowhere, now ace attorney for the 3ds which is 10x more wordy then a srw is getting translated. Why are we so unlucky?
You know I also wish if zhi is not even gonna finish or release @, Why even keep our hopes up? Why not just say its not gonna happen, so others like this @3 guy and the one group translating srwA on the psp could maybe pick it up?
Yeah but you would think anime fans would want it translated plus the fact that we DO have people who can read Japanese out of any fanbase besides the visual novel fanbase. So why do we have no translations that ever come to anything or take forever?
You wanna sit down and translate an entire script, then put it in the game?
If you want a game translated so much, learn Japanese and start the project yourself.
"But I don't want to/have the time to do that anon!"
Yeah well that's what everyone says, and that's why no games are translated.
>even hacked the game, already has a patch.
HOW MUCH HAS HAPPENED IN THE TIME I WAS ON VACATION?
Wait it took 2 years for that patch actually? or was that him just finding out out to do it? If he was working on hacking for 2 years and not the translation thats fine but how do we know how fast he really is with translation?
>Because the fucking gacha hates me.
Does it not want to give you anything, or does it not want to give you that?
Man, if I could transfer HALF of my fucking luck on gacha rolls in X-O to my JP account of FF Record Keeper I'd be happy.
Pre-Armor Damage: (((Stat+Will)/200)*Weapon Attack Power)*Terrain Modifier (1.1 for S, 1.0 for A, 0.8 for B, 0.6 for C)
Pre-Damage Armor: (((Defense+Will)/200)*Armor)*Terrain Modifier (same as above)
The defense boost from terrain reduces final damage by the percent listed.
Things get more complex when you have passive damage boosts and stuff, but this'll help give you ballpark figures of what your units are capable of.
It's usually something like 60-65% normal damage for squad members attacking the leader, or when you're doing Wide formation in Z1. There's a skill that'll reduce the penalty to 80-85%.
I'm about to go replay R from scratch
Decide my team and OG (I think it's MC + 15 others for the final stage). And don't suggest Boss Borot all 16 times, it's kind of a given you're going to do that.
>>What a mess.
>Welcome to SRW translations.
That's why everyone needs to drop everything that they're doing and work on SRW in chronological order.
No. The mess that is SRW translations is better than only having really old games translated.
But that's clearly gatchan. We have to tell him to fuck off.
Thanks for saying what we've all been thinking.
>We have to tell him to fuck off.
That has never worked and it only encourages newshit ironic shitposters to pretend to be retarded, which is pretty retarded in itself, and shit up the thread.
Just don't reply and see what happens
Are you talking about the "increased SSR rate" a couple months ago? I tried to get a Guren from that and failed miserably, but as time went on I basically made up for it and then some. Still didn't get the SSR original with Superhot Shatte, though.
You know, considering I'm an F2Per I really shouldn't have this many SRs and SSRs.
I have: Imber, Taubern, Gunbuster, Mazinger(JS), Christmas Kallen, Gawain, Lancelot, J-Ark, Sword Strike, Sazabi. However, none of them are limit broken besides Imber x3.
SR List: Original (4x), Mao's M9, Gunbuster, Getter-3 (4x; NO REALLY), Great Mazinger, Mazinger Z (1x), Todoh Gekka (2x), Big Volfogg, Shooter Choryujin, Gaogaigar (3x), Shooter Virtue (2x), Defender Dynames (1x), Shooter Exia (1x), Shooter Blitz (1x), Attacker Duel (1x), Buster, Sazabi (4x)
And I have a lot of Platinum Tickets I'm waiting to dump into the 3rd Base Gasha.
If I recall my SSRs, I've got:
Imber (4/4), Lancelot (3/4), Gunbuster (4/4), Gawain, Shooter Getter 1, Great Mazinger and I think that's it.
Pretty shit luck but then again I don't play often to farm crystals and roll as much as I should (not?) do.
Tips to getting SSR's.
(I have 8 not counting the 5 event ones)
1. Never spend the 5 or 50 Crystal's on anything.
2. Stick to one Base Gasha, and always to Tickets on that Gasha.
3. Save all S-Chips, until you can buy enough to limit break the SSR.
4. You can only get 1 free crystal's a day.
(The mission where you get 5 crystal's stops working after a while.) Other crystal's you get come in a limited amount. Use them wisely.
5. While this has never worked for me, I work's for some people.
- Play theme song of unit you want.
- Change your device them to the unit.
- Watch video's of your unit in action
- Dance and scream out the names of it's attack's
- Full of hot blood, you will get the SSR. (If not you need to do more.)
Hopefully those tips help.
I've been trying to get one of those, SSR or otherwise.
Thanks to the mod I pretty much use a team of 3 shooters and an attacker. Then I use a friend who has a shooter as their leader.
Yeah you're usually the first one I use since it's the first shooter on the list.
Oh my god please let us do something actually useful with these, Banpresto.
Oh, you're FutaGnarly! Yeah, dood. You're cool. Props to your existence and shit.
They need to do like Chain Chronicle and let you spend 2k for a random rare. Also they need to introduce more rares because in three and a half months or so there's only been one new R.
Must be one of his apparent secret series.
Since when did that prevent series from coming back in another continuity/universe?
You know your merchandisable mechs are something else when it took decades before someone could make toys that can be combined accurately.
>Luurah apparently loves it though, so it's getting subbed. And I can sort of see why, I guess? It's definitely ODD.
Is there even one show he doesn't like? The quality doesn't really seem to matter to him.
>I'm looking to recruit people skilled in assembly hacking as well as testers. There is only so much I can do with my current limited skills.
He accomplished a fucking lot for a guy who did all this shit by himself over 2 years.
Been a while since I uploaded something,
FFXIV's been a hell of a ride.
Well, anyway, here's Compact Sazabi, which looks like its about to break its back.
Sorry, but I'm tired and need to sleep. See you.
I don't dislike that song but it's not a very good battle theme. And it's weird how WoR only gets that song considering the story prominence it has, at least up to the end of part 2.
TAKE MY BREATH AWAY
>I don't dislike that song but it's not a very good battle theme.
I have the same problem with it, but on the other hand, I literally cannot remember what any of the other WoR music sounded like.
> it's weird how WoR only gets that song considering the story prominence it has, at least up to the end of part 2.
Story prominence? I've only seen the enemies from it... like, twice. The stage where Bakuryu first combines with Tobikage, and the stage where you're in Byston Well immediately afterwards. Do they start having a presence after THE SHADOW OVER INNSMOUTH?
The real song is pretty ok too.
>Do they start having a presence after THE SHADOW OVER INNSMOUTH?
There's a 2-stage Byston Well route after 26. And you fight them on stages 35, 38, and 40. And that's the end of the plot unless you recruited Sakomizu, who shows up in 45.
It really says something about my obsession with SRC at the moment that I'm figuring I should re-do many of my taken pictures so as to show the machines at their best strength, with max-leveled pilots and max-ranked stats and in their upgraded modes, even working in tandem with the data to try to make sure I don't miss combination attacks.
It is rather humorous that after I bloated the save file by upping my hard limit on units, I broke the game because it's not programmed to handle the concept of the player having all available units. Anything that would present another unit causes a crash.
Some of my pictures show my edited levels of 990. I dunno why I'm so fixated on chronicling so much of the game like this, I guess because it was a surprisingly fun distraction during this dry period for SRW, and the quaintness of so many units (though apparently I will never have Genesic GaoGaiGar and Chirico's last mech).
I'd also screenshot unit abilities and ability descriptions to make a more thorough reference, but I'd need help with the translation of the finer details of the abilities. (Though most are just re-names of the same abilities like different types of barriers, but whatever)
>I guess because it was a surprisingly fun distraction during this dry period for SRW
Man, I'll be sad to see it go when Banpre finally announces an actual SRW. It'll just be back to me screwing around with the engine alone.
I doubt I'll completely give it up, I'll probably still keep checking in on future updates to the game so long as the guy behind it still seems to be working on it, especially if it looks like he'll ever update with more units and series in the future.
Plus it'll serve as a good placeholder during the time between a SRW's announcement and it's release, and whatever intervening time it takes me to acquire the game (if it comes on a system I can play it on, anyway)
In the meantime, there's always insanity like this.
>Spend an hour translating all of the menu buttons in FMW3.
>It doesn't work at all in-game.
Oh god did they change things from FMW2 or something?
Anyway items, dialogue names, pair names, danmaku effects, song names, spellcard record entries, and spirit descriptions are up and running. Skills and Abilities are like 50% done too.
Besides the shitty ass font, FMW3's intermission menu has a lot more space so we might not need to super compress names this time.
All of the description windows are like x1.5 bigger and even have a third row in the intermission screens. It's beautiful.
Not so beautiful is how Sanbondo apparently didn't account for new lines when they changed up how multiple danmaku effects are displayed. Guess everything will have to be on one long line.
Probably doesn't make him particularly usable, but now looking at things with maxed stats, Super Earthgain remarkably powerful there, outclassing Gunbuster and Gurren Lagann and holding himself even with the Shin Getters.
Is it bad if the main reason I want Gun X Sword back in SRW is El Dorado V?
Is that a double-triple or just a triple?
In any case, I'd only be interested in the GP02 if there was a non-mapw version of the nuke because I'm not interested in mapws at all aside from the few times Z3 says you need to use one for an SR point.
>In any case, I'd only be interested in the GP02 if there was a non-mapw version of the nuke
Judging by BX, if we ever get 0083 again (I hope so ;-;) there probably will be a non-MAP version.
>0083 in next SRW
>GP-02 is a secret
You can swap between the nuke and MLRS + Beam Bazooka
>When was the last time the Gyan was in SRW at all?
I don't think it was in Alpha 1, so it was almost certainly either one of the first two Compacts or 64.
OE had ZZ, 0080, and 08th.
Endless Waltz gets in because it's the easiest Wing work to fit into your game and contains a lot of recognizable mobile suits. Unicorn doesn't have that (if any UC work has that, it'd be either 0080 or 0083 really, maybe F91 I guess).
The new Endless Waltz is A Wakening Of The Trailblazer.
You know, I don't normally respond to idiots like you, but I'm going to do it this time because I want you to look very carefully at the number of series in UX, then look very carefully again at the number of series in BX.
And then piss off you bloody idiot.
If there is one thing i fucking hate, Its seed and Frontier. sdf macross felt more epic and wasn't fucking used this much, plus too. Frontier has fucking boring as shit units and its everywhere. It wasn't even a good show.
True. But still, the fact that BX used unicorn exclusively instead of using it along other UC show like CCA or F91 if they wanted to play unicorn straight makes me worry about the future of UC in future SRW games.
We got that in OE. You remember what that was like? That was fun right?
Let's not put the cart before the horse here, though. Considering how little of Unicorn they used, it might have been for different reasons.
I'm honestly surprised SRC doesn't utilize it like SRW has. People will be happy to hear that Alto's mech is all that Frontier has in it, you don't even get the Durandal or even the Tornado Pack.
I prefer regular Puru, but damn.
First time I've seen an agitated Matt. Surreal, that is.
Wonder if one day they'll screw with continuity and do something with Trailblazer like 64 did with EW or some games do with Char's Counterattack, and just have Trailblazer on the list for the units. Take on Ribbons with the Quanta just for the hell of it.
>First time I've seen an agitated Matt. Surreal, that is.
Few things piss me off like gachan stupidity, and there's been a lot of that in the last few days. Also, work was hell and is likely going to be hell today.
Oh well, my weekend starts tomorrow, and I'm going to waste like 90% of it watching Iron Leaguer and sleeping. That'll be fun.
The 64 idea would be cool to have.
All I ask that, if we get S1/S2 00 again, they add in some of the side stories elements, like Avalanche Exia/00 Seven Swords.
Or hell, do the actual side stories themselves so we can get characters like Fon Spark.
Is that subbed? I thought it was one of those niche things even for mecha and thus wouldn't have anything for it aside from bad raws.
Either way, keep your Leaguer soul burning, Matt.
It has good raws, actually, and was subbed up to like Episode 19 or so?
AND THEN SILVER CASTLE SUBS WENT THROUGH, SUBBED ALL OF IT, SUBBED ALL THE OVA, AND ARE MAKING MAJOR TRACKS THROUGH EXKAISER AND GOLDRAN.
>I thought it was one of those niche things even for mecha
It apparently has a lot of fans. I mean, why the fuck else would it get in Neo, when the whole point of the show was that the main characters were attempting to make the league LESS violent?
...ignore that Neo's usage of Iron Leaguer is legitimately one of the worst things in the franchise, if you will.
Don't forget that they did the audio drama, too. SCS are the saviors that no one expected at all, so I hope they'll plow through 90s mecha shows in general (expecially poor NG Knight Lamune & 40).
On the bright side, it's not an entry that involves fighting a not-Zeon, for once.
I might have to look into it, then. It looked like some cheesy fun. I need to actually watch some mecha anyway, Gorg is still just sitting on my computer unwatched right now.
>...ignore that Neo's usage of Iron Leaguer is legitimately one of the worst things in the franchise, if you will.
But Matt, you're acting like Neo isn't a hidden diamond in the rough, the rare gem that few fans of SRW even manage to play, like Shin!
>so I hope they'll plow through 90s mecha shows in general (expecially poor NG Knight Lamune & 40).
Part of me wants to see this, part of me wants to run at them yelling "NO, WAIT, STOP" because Lamune is fucking famous for having no finished subs (Someone - I think it was Daimos - noted that it had VHS subs. They only go up to episode 15 or so.)
But yes, SCS is a group of fucking heroes.
Eh... Neo does some things right, and I'll give it that, but the absolute butchering it gives Iron Leaguer is completely inexcusable.
When you're literally THREE EPISODES into a show and you're already going "Wow, look at all these really cool things SRW missed entirely", that's bad. When some of those things are on the characters who did get in? Yeah...
Still on my earlier jag about chronicling all the SRC mecha in their maximum rank and pilot level. To save me a slog through the data file for the hiragana, does anyone who knows Wataru know the name of this final upgrade for him?
I figure they might save Lamune for last, although Hepoi (and possibly Wataru, if they want slightly better subs I guess) honestly needs the subs more.
>but the absolute butchering it gives Iron Leaguer is completely inexcusable
Between that and G Gundam, someone on staff clearly hated sports shows.
You know what, let me ring up a quick cast list.
>Zoids Fuzors (I mean, it fits enough)
So you're Domon Kasshu, and you're FUCKING VICTORIOUS. You won. The 13th Gundam Fight was your victory, and you killed the Devil Gundam.
That's great, but the real hard shit starts now.
See, Neo Britain wasn't so bad, but the four years of Neo Hong Kong rule (and more notably, Wong's stupidity) have completely fucking ruined the world. Corruption is rampant, crime is on the rise, it's just bad shit in general.
As the new face of the government and someone who is deeply opposed to this, you decide that this shit can't stand. You rally the Shuffle Alliance, bring in your other friends, and get to work on it. First step - those mysterious crimefighting groups known as the J9 and the Brave Express, they'd be great as help. You can contact the J9, but not the Brave Express - but not to worry, you know some guys back home who just got some shit from them to start the Brave Police initiative. Speaking of which, they'd be good too, right? Oh, and those Zoids Fights and the Iron League may not be your thing, but as one sportsman to another you can't stand the corruption there, so you may as well recruit as many teams as you can. What's that? Iron League only has one? Well, that Silver Castle will have to do, then. Oh, and then there's that business going around fighting giant monsters, they seem like a good group to hire as well! And, hey, since we're working with these organizations, why not contact the various police groups with Labors?
You're the extended Shuffle Alliance, and now you're going to take the fight to the criminals.
At least with G you get a throwaway line for Rain and the Shuffle Alliance. You want to know where the rest of Silver Castle is? Ha ha ha, so do we all.
I think it's fucked-up how they keep blueballing Domon by forcing him to be forever alone (last time he wasn't was 2008). I just want G Gundam with Shuffle Alliance + Rain + Allenby representation in a console SRW again.
Yeah, though at least he gets it slightly better in DWG and the EX VS. series. The least they could do is toss in 90s Red Baron, Tetsujin-28 FX and Daigunder to pair the show with, for God Gundam's sake.
Rain at least exists in-universe in DW Gundam, but if they continue that series as long as the main DW (we're up to Shin Sangoku Musou 7 and there's an 8 in production), they need to bulk up on content that's neither CE nor UC.
Look at Matt, able to just come up with decent ideas on the fly like that, whereas it was sheer luck that me picking random series from a hat actually had some cohesion.
I ought to just put you to the test and have you turn my list into a full-fledged story as a side project to FIRST, just to test your skill.
I figure that they'll do so eventually. Since they're not removing much content, having pretty much cleaned house on CE will probably have them shift focus elsewhere (although the only caveat is some shows haven't been included yet, so expect AGE, IBO, Thunderbolt and G-Reco to arrive).
I don't like to do stories when I haven't seen most of the involved series, you'll note that most of that list was basic things because I've only seen like half of it.
Worth a shot, though, I guess.
Eh, I meant it pretty much in jest, anyway. I'm just riding the good feeling from making a halfway decent list. I think it was the first one that came from SRC that anyone actually cared enough about to point stuff out about it.
Even though it didn't actually come from SRC's RNG, as it would figure.
>It apparently has a lot of fans.
Mostly fujos. I'm not actually kidding, I had the bad idea of looking up the show on Pixiv and OH MY GOD WHY ARE THOSE SUPER DEFORMED ROBOTS SO GAY
There's a surprising lot of fanart but the nature of a large chunk of it is... special.
Not even that much, at least that'd be entertaining. Just dumb stuff with blushing and handholding and flirting and shit.
I think Iron Leaguer's fanbase more of a sports anime fandom than a mecha fandom.
>Na, the handheld team is on an SD binge, so they'll be using other Gundams as well.
On that note, they'll soon run out of material. Isn't there just Commando, Gundam Force and the Feudal Era stuff left?
It helps that the Kai X-1 is in as a bonus already.
>I think Iron Leaguer's fanbase more of a sports anime fandom than a mecha fandom.
It's good at both, so fair enough.
>On that note, they'll soon run out of material.
Assuming they only use one per game and that one is always new, yeah.
Don't say that anon just look at how totally-not-retarded his face is
I actually really want them to use Force together with something like Gaiden or Sangokuden. Hell, even a main series.
Force is literally SRW bait, especially if they take all the alternate forms from the PS2 game into consideration. Even without them, the story's easily segmented to give everybody equal time for upgrades.
It's kinda funny, isn't it. In modern SRW, the Vifam doesn't really have much to work for a moveset, but in a classic-style game it doesn't need any more than that since you can just make that beam gun way strong with post-movement.
Not to mention that without the Neofam, that last attack doesn't even exist and both are stuck with only two moves. You gotta down some cash to upgrade them with Flight capability, too. Yet they're still not terrible units, what with the mentioned beam gun and post movement and their combo attack being fairly cheap.
They got some special abilities, too, that I can't really make out the descriptions of (might screenshot them sometime when I've run out of units to catalog and need something else to obsess about). I think whatever they are, they're also based around being better in conjunction with each other than they are alone.
When will we get vifam, votoms, galient, dougram and layzner all in one SRW. Im hoping these will be in the next big srw.
All that hasn't ever been in a srw is dougram now right?
They can always be used as a reliable budget version of Nadesico and Fafner units; similar appearances and shared moves. Plus they have shields made out of the ship's highly-durable hull.
Every danmaku effect description window is going to reach across the entire screen now, but at least silly things like this are readable.
I know. But I'm just saying even factoring Shu's bullshit range attack nullifying attack and MAP, Valsion has an I field that nullifies everything, Level 4 Shield and Level 3 Sword Cut and 20 Cross Smasher attacks. And 20 slightly weaker attacks. With 100% accuracy and the ability to deal over 3000 damage per attack.
the steps I tried again did not work so I stopped trying.
So I deleted all the crap I had to download for trying to get it to run UX and BX. Plus I deleted UX and BX from the computer
Final version of FMW3 has some amusing dummied out Personal Skills.
>Daiyousei: Teleport (When moving, ignore all terrain penalties. Can also pass through enemy units.)
>Sakuya: Perfect Maid (As long as she has the skills, Sakuya can Support Attack or Support Defend units up to X tiles away.)
>Mokou: R-Imperishable (Lowers Resurrection count to 1. After resurrection, HP Regen is disabled, but Prevail and Instinct have their effects boosted by x1.5.)
>Kurumi: Devil's Contract [K] (In exchange for losing X MP, a selected unit gets the effects of Strike. Limited uses.)
>Sunny: Friendly Trio (Join and Split can be used post-movement.)
>Nitori: Water Carpet (A 2 square area arond Nitori is turned into Water terrain for a turn. Limited uses.)
>Aya: Break Through (Reduces effects of generic danmaku penalties by X%. Got turned into a generic skill in FMW4.)
>Yukari: Border of Attacking and Counterattacking (For one turn, the order of attacking and counterattacking is swapped.)
>Tewi: Lucky Zone (Units in the X spaces around Tewi get more points from battle.)
>Kaguya: Noblesse Oblige (For one turn, Kaguya grants the effects of Salamander Shield to all adjacent units.)
>Eirin: Yagokoro Clinical Practice (Lowers SP Cost of Renew.)
>Yorihime: Attack Again (yup)
Can't believe they axed Rumia's Is That So (-5 Power from anything she fights) though.
Top Left, Top Right, Bot Left, Bot Right
13 Children - allows both Vifam unit to Support each other an infinite amount of times (y'know, in case you wanted to use Enable on them???)
Armour Lv2 - Reduces final damage by Lv*5%
"Trust Correction" Lv 4 - Vifam and Neofam gains +12 Morale when adjacent to each other (for the purpose of damage calculation only, doesn't affect unlocked attacks)