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Super Robot Wars Alpha Roster

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byMyndnix
Aug 19 2022, 8:28 AM | Updated Aug 23, 5:13 AM
These are the anime that appear in Super Robot Wars Alpha for PlayStation and Dreamcast.

Kidou Senshi Gundam

Mobile Suit Gundam

Kidou Senshi Gundam
TV, 1979, 43 eps Me:- Author:-
Gundam doesn't get a whole lot to do in this game, but it's cool that the G-3 is unlockable.

Kidou Senshi Gundam 0080: Pocket no Naka no Sensou

Mobile Suit Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket

Kidou Senshi Gundam 0080: Pocket no Naka no Sensou
OVA, 1989, 6 eps Me:- Author:-
Does War in the Pocket EVER do anything in Super Robot Wars?

Kidou Senshi Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory

Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory

Kidou Senshi Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory
OVA, 1991, 13 eps Me:- Author:-
Stardust Memory gets some focus early on, but gets forgotten about fairly quickly.

Kidou Senshi Zeta Gundam

Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam

Kidou Senshi Zeta Gundam
TV, 1985, 50 eps Me:- Author:-
Zeta Gundam is a central focus in this game, from the first stage right until the end.

Kidou Senshi Gundam ZZ

Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ

Kidou Senshi Gundam ZZ
TV, 1986, 47 eps Me:- Author:-
Gundam ZZ gets some sporadic focus throughout the game, mostly by mixing it in with Zeta.

Kidou Senshi Gundam: Gyakushuu no Char

Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack

Kidou Senshi Gundam: Gyakushuu no Char
Movie, 1988, 1 ep Me:- Author:-
Some mecha from this movie appear...that's about it.

Kidou Senshi Gundam F91

Mobile Suit Gundam F91

Kidou Senshi Gundam F91
Movie, 1991, 1 ep Me:- Author:-
F91 is once again treated very strangely, with its events seemingly sprinkled randomly throughout the game.

Kidou Senshi Victory Gundam

Mobile Suit Victory Gundam

Kidou Senshi Victory Gundam
TV, 1993, 51 eps Me:- Author:-
Victory Gundam gets a lot of screentime, but again, mostly by mixing it with Zeta.

Shin Kidou Senki Gundam Wing

Mobile Suit Gundam Wing

Shin Kidou Senki Gundam Wing
TV, 1995, 49 eps Me:- Author:7
One of the very few Super Robot Wars games to feature Gundam Wing in any meaningful capacity, this game covers most of its story, but the five main characters are not playable for the majority of it, dropping in and out of the story at certain intervals.

Shin Kidou Senki Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz

Mobile Suit Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz

Shin Kidou Senki Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz
OVA, 1997, 3 eps Me:- Author:7
This game features Endless Waltz's mecha, but that's it.

Seisenshi Dunbine

Aura Battler Dunbine

Seisenshi Dunbine
TV, 1983, 49 eps Me:- Author:-
Dunbine has quite a few characters turn up, but it still plays second fiddle to most of the Gundam shows.
Muteki Koujin Daitarn 3
TV, 1978, 40 eps Me:- Author:-
Daitarn 3 gets pretty much nothing, it's just here for the ride. There's a couple of extra mecha? Pretty much it.
Mazinger Z
TV, 1972, 92 eps Me:- Author:-
Mazinger Z gets a ton of stuff to do this time, complete with Mazinkaiser showing up closer to the end.
Mazinger Z tai Ankoku Daishougun
Movie, 1974, 1 ep Me:- Author:-
An event is featured, not a whole ton else.
Great Mazinger
TV, 1974, 56 eps Me:- Author:-
Great Mazinger gets a fair bit to do, but it's mostly just Mazinger Z's companion piece here.
Great Mazinger tai Getter Robo
Movie, 1975, 1 ep Me:- Author:-
Some mecha appear, that's about it.
Great Mazinger tai Getter Robo G: Kuuchuu Daigekitotsu
Movie, 1975, 1 ep Me:- Author:-
See above.
Grendizer: Getter Robo G - Great Mazinger Kessen! Daikaijuu
Movie, 1976, 1 ep Me:- Author:-
See above. Bizarrely enough, Grendizer itself isn't in this game, but at least one enemy mecha from this movie appears. Don't ask me...
Getter Robo
TV, 1974, 51 eps Me:- Author:-
Getter Robo gets almost as much content as Mazinger Z, with plenty of Dinosaur Empire cronies to battle.
Getter Robo G
TV, 1975, 39 eps Me:- Author:-
Getter Robo G is less represented, but it still gets to do a few things.
Chou Denji Robo Combattler V
TV, 1976, 54 eps Me:- Author:-
Combattler V actually gets some proper representation this time, with its story arc taking place across the game. About time...
Chou Denji Machine Voltes V
TV, 1977, 40 eps Me:- Author:-
Voltes V, like Combattler V, gets proper focus for once. There's even some cool secrets associated with it.

Choujuu Kishin Dancougar

Super Bestial Machine God Dancougar

Choujuu Kishin Dancougar
TV, 1985, 38 eps Me:- Author:-
Dancougar, on the other hand, doesn't get too much to do. Oh well, there's always next time.
Choujuu Kishin Dancougar: Ushinawareta Mono-tachi e no Requiem
OVA, 1986, 1 ep Me:- Author:-
A special attack from this OVA is included.
Choujuu Kishin Dancougar: God Bless Dancougar
OVA, 1987, 1 ep Me:- Author:-
An upgrade for Dancouga itself from this OVA is included. And more special attacks.

Choujuu Kishin Dancougar: Hakunetsu no Shuushou

Super Bestial Machine God Dancougar: Blazing Epilogue

Choujuu Kishin Dancougar: Hakunetsu no Shuushou
OVA, 1989, 4 eps Me:- Author:-
Mostly visuals from this OVA.
Yuusha Raideen
TV, 1975, 50 eps Me:- Author:-
This game covers the first half of Raideen's plot, with all the major characters appearing. Too bad the later Alpha games didn't do anything with it.
Top wo Nerae! Gunbuster
OVA, 1988, 6 eps Me:- Author:-
Gunbuster is a headlining act this time around, with units other than Gunbuster appearing! You even get to use the Excelion and Eltreum!
Neon Genesis Evangelion
TV, 1995, 26 eps Me:- Author:-
Speaking of headlining acts, this is another one, covering every major event and Angel battle in the series. Well, okay. About half the Angel battles. Also includes a couple of weapons that never appeared in the anime, like the Magaroku-E sword.
Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion
Movie, 1997, 1 ep Me:- Author:-
The enemy mecha from this movie show up, you kick their asses, that's it.
Macross
TV, 1982, 36 eps Me:- Author:7
Another headliner, this game covers the entire story of the original Macross.
Macross: Do You Remember Love?
Movie, 1984, 1 ep Me:- Author:5
Only this movie's visual designs are used, the game otherwise uses the show's story.
Macross Plus
OVA, 1994, 4 eps Me:- Author:7
The two main characters and their mecha appear, and...that's it. Oh well, maybe next time.

Giant Robo the Animation: Chikyuu ga Seishi Suru Hi

Giant Robo the Animation: The Day the Earth Stood Still

Giant Robo the Animation: Chikyuu ga Seishi Suru Hi
OVA, 1992, 7 eps Me:- Author:5
Giant Robo gets a decent showing, with this game covering about half of the events. It sorta gets forgotten about later on, I felt.

Giant Robo Gaiden Ginrei

Giant Robo: Ginrei Special

Giant Robo Gaiden Ginrei
OVA, 1994, 3 eps Me:- Author:2
A mech from this OVA appears, and that's all.

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