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The list of Super Robot Wars games by system provides an index of titles in Banpresto's Super Robot Wars franchise, organized by the system they were originally released. Years listed indicate the time of the games' first availability; some titles have later been re-released on other systems.

Contents

Game Boy/Game Boy Color

Super Robot Wars

Original release dates:
Japan 1991-04-20 (Fan Translation by AGTP)
System release:
1991—Gameboy
Notes:
2nd Super Robot Wars G

Original release dates:
Japan 1995-06-30
System release:
1995—Gameboy
Notes:

Nintendo Famicom

2nd Super Robot Wars

Original release dates:
Japan 1991-12-19
System release:
1991—Famicom
2005—Gameboy Advance
Notes:
  • The first title to feature recruitable characters, and the first to feature a "Banpresto Original" character and mech: the Cybuster, piloted by Masaki Andoh. Ported to the PlayStation as part of the Super Robot Wars Complete Box and to the Game Boy Advance as an exclusive Famicom Mini game. It is also available as a bonus, with the purchase of Super Robot Wars GC on the Nintendo GameCube.
  • Series Premiered: UFO Robo Grendizer

Nintendo Super Famicom

Hero Senki: Project Olympus

Original release dates:
Japan 1992-11-20
System release:
1992—Super Famicom
Notes:
  • It includes mecha animes (Gundam series), tokusatsu series (Kamen Rider series, Ultraman series), and some Banpresto Originals. It is famous for the initial appearance of the Gespenst and Gilliam Yager.
3rd Super Robot Wars

Original release dates:
Japan 1993-7-23 (Fan Translation by AGTP)
System release:
1993—Super Famicom
Notes:
  • The first Super Robot Wars to include backgrounds during battles, discrete stats for pilots and units, and upgrades for units. In addition, this is the first Super Robot Wars to feature animated titles outside of Mazinger, Getter, and Gundam. Ported to the PlayStation as part of the Super Robot Wars Complete Box.
  • Series Premiered: Brave Raideen, Super Electromagnetic Robot Combattler V, Invincible Steel Man Daitarn 3, Mobile Suit Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket, Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory''
Super Robot Wars EX

Original release dates:
Japan 1994-3-25
System release:
1994—Super Famicom
Notes:
  • The first title to focus on the Masō Kishin plot, and unique for having a "Multiple Scenario" system, wherein the order in the player selects the storylines affects the plot. It is the first Super Robot Wars to allow players to upgrade weapons. Ported to the PlayStation as part of Super Robot Wars Complete Box.
  • Series Premiered: Aura Battler Dunbine, Demon God of War Goshogun'
4th Super Robot Wars

Original release dates:
Japan 1995-3-17
System release:
1995—Super Famicom
Notes:
Super Robot Wars Gaiden: Masō Kishin - The Lord Of Elemental

Original release dates:
Japan 1996-3-22
System release:
1996—Super Famicom
Notes:
  • The first Super Robot Wars title to give original characters the spotlight, exclusively. This particular title follows the storyline of the Masō Kishin and its cast. It is the first to feature non-superdeformed graphics, unlike most Super Robot Wars titles, and the first to feature a 45° angle view of the map (widely seen since). It is also the only regular game where a unit's elevation and the direction it is facing at the end of its turn are important. Does not include other real robot or super robot series. The game is being remade in the Nintendo DS under the name Super Robot Wars OG Saga: Masō Kishin - The Lord Of Elemental.

Nintendo 64

Super Robot Spirits

Original release dates:
Japan 1998-7-17
System release:
1997—Nintendo 64
Notes:
  • The first 3D fighting Super Robot Wars, featuring non-super deformed robots. It marks the first appearance of the character Levi Tolar and her machine, the Judecca. To date it is both the worst rated and worst seller out of all of the SRW games.
Super Robot Wars 64

Original release dates:
Japan 1999-10-29
System release:
1999—Nintendo 64
Notes:
  • Uses non-animated 2D sprites over rendered 3D backgrounds during battle animations. Secret units can be acquired by linking with Super Robot Wars Link Battler, and the first to feature multiple-unit combination attacks.
  • Series Premiered: Giant Robo, Six God Combination Godmars, Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team

Game Boy Advance

Super Robot Wars A

Original release dates:
Japan 2001-09-21
System release:
2001—Game Boy Advance
Notes:
  • The First Super Robot Wars game to be released on the Gameboy Advance, and the only game that has multiple bug issues including the "save and load manipulation" trick, allowing the same battle result to be produced even if the game is reset and reloaded. Later ported in the Playstation Portable as Super Robot Wars A Portable and in FOMA cellphones as Super Robot Wars i.
  • Series Premiered: Metal Armor Dragonar, Martian Successor Nadesico
Super Robot Wars R

Original release dates:
Japan 2002-08-02
System release:
2002—Game Boy Advance
Notes:
Super Robot Wars: Original Generation

Original release dates:
Japan 2002-11-22
United States 2006-08-08
System release:
2002—Game Boy Advance
Notes:
  • The first Super Robot Wars devoted entirely to original characters and mechs from previous Super Robot Wars titles; the plot itself follows original storyline elements (those not derived from animated series) featured in those games. Original Generation is the first handheld Super Robot Wars to feature animated attacks and the equipment system, which allows players to change weapons between real robots. It is also the first Super Robot Wars to ever be released officially in North America by Atlus, as Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation and re-released in the Playstation 2 as part of Super Robot Wars Original Generations.
Super Robot Wars D

Original release dates:
Japan 2003-08-08
System release:
2003—Game Boy Advance
Notes:
Super Robot Wars: Original Generation 2

Original release dates:
Japan 2005-02-03
United States 2006-11-14
System release:
2005—Game Boy Advance
Notes:
  • A direct sequel to the first Original Generation game which features the second half of the Compact 2 Storyline and the First Half of the Alpha 2 storyline. It is also the second Super Robot Wars to ever be released officially in North America by Atlus, as Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation 2 and re-released in the Playstation 2 as part of Super Robot Wars Original Generations.
Super Robot Wars J

Original release dates:
Japan 2005-09-15
System release:
2005—Game Boy Advance
Notes:

Bandai WonderSwan/WonderSwan Color

Super Robot Wars Compact

Original release dates:
Japan 1999-04-28
System release:
1999—Bandai WonderSwan
Notes:
  • The first Super Robot Wars to feature the "Select Scenario" system, which allows the player to decide the order which stages are played. The only other Super Robot Wars, aside from the first, to not feature a "Banpresto Original" design in any form or fashion.
Super Robot Wars Compact 2

Original release dates:
Japan 2000-03-30 (Part 1: Earth Crisis)
Japan 2000-09-14 (Part 2: Cosmoquake)
Japan 2001-01-18 (Part 3: Galaxy Showdown)
System release:
2000-2001—Bandai WonderSwan
Notes:
  • The first Super Robot Wars to feature the "Support Attack/Defend" system. Finishing the game allows the player to carry their completion data to Compact 2-2 (and from 2-2 to 2-3) via the Wonderswan's internal memory. All 3 chapters were compiled and re-released in the Playstation 2 as 'Super Robot Wars IMPACT.
  • Series Premiered
Super Robot Wars Compact For WonderSwan Color

Original release dates:
Japan 2001-12-13
System release:
2001—Bandai WonderSwan Color
Notes:
  • A remake of Super Robot Wars Compact for the Wonderswan Color. In addition to adding color graphics, sprites, BGM, and gameplay mechanics are all changed to match that of the Compact 2 series.
Super Robot Wars Compact 3

Original release dates:
Japan 2003-07-17
System release:
2003—Bandai WonderSwan Color
Notes:

Sega Saturn

Super Robot Wars F

Original release dates:
Japan 1997-09-25
System release:
1997—Sega Saturn
Notes:
  • A partial remake of the 4th Super Robot Wars, rewritten to reflect the change of series included and the increased storage capacity of compact discs against read-only memory cartridges. Clearing the game allows players to carry over completion data over to F Final via the console's internal memory. The game is ported to the Playstation.
  • Series Premiered: Neon Genesis Evangelion
Super Robot Wars F Final

Original release dates:
Japan 1998-4-23
System release:
1998—Sega Saturn
Notes:
  • The sequel to Super Robot Wars F, this game marks the end of the "Classic" storyline of Super Robot Wars. The Mazinkaiser makes it debut appearance in any medium. The game is also ported to the Playstation.
  • Series Premiered: Aim for the Top! Gunbuster, New Mobile Report Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz, Space Runaway Ideon

Dreamcast

Super Robot Wars Alpha For Dreamcast

Original release dates:
Japan 2001-08-30
System release:
2001—Dreamcast
Notes:
  • A remake of Super Robot Wars Alpha, with 3D battle graphics and increased difficulty in many stages, including a secret boss character. Features the G-Breaker, a robot from Bandai's Sunrise Eiyuutan, which was not included in the PlayStation version of Super Robot Wars Alpha.
  • Series Premiered: Sunrise Eiyuutan

PlayStation

4th Super Robot Wars Scramble

Original release dates:
Japan 1996-01-26
System release:
1996—Playstation
Notes:
  • A remake of the 4th Super Robot Wars, featuring voice acting and CG movies for the first time in the franchise.
Neo Super Robot Wars

Original release dates:
Japan 1996-12-27
System release:
1996—Playstation
Notes:
Neo Super Robot Wars: Special Disk

Original release dates:
Japan 1997-03-28
System release:
1997—Playstation
Notes:
  • A re-released version of Neo Super Robot Wars, with extra features.
Super Robot Wars F

Original release dates:
Japan 1998-12-10
System release:
1998—Playstation
Notes:
  • A port of Super Robot Wars F, featuring some improved music over the original Sega Saturn game, as well as a variety of bug corrections.
Super Robot Wars F Final

Original release dates:
Japan 1999-04-15
System release:
1999—Playstation
Notes:
  • A port of Super Robot Wars F Final.
Real Robot Battle Line

Original release dates:
Japan 1999-08-12
System release:
1999—Playstation
Notes:
  • A strategy game similar to Super Robot Wars Gaiden: Masou Kishin - The Lord Of Elemental, developed by Banpresto. It only includes Real Robot Series and its has non-superdeformed 3D battle graphics.
Super Robot Wars Complete Box

Original release dates:
Japan 1999-06-10
System release:
1999—Playstation
Notes:
  • A compilation of the remakes of the 2nd Super Robot Wars, the 3rd Super Robot Wars, and Super Robot Wars EX, using the same style as Super Robot Wars F and Super Robot Wars F Final. The games were released separately, and were compiled into the first disc of the "Complete Box". The second disc, an encyclopedia, includes a collection of cut scenes and voice data from the first game, and a two player versus mode.
Super Robot Wars Alpha

Original release dates:
Japan 2000-05-25
System release:
2000—Playstation
Notes:
  • The first Super Robot Wars to feature fully-animated attacks and a more complex plot. It is also the first to include the "Skill Point" (localized as "Battle Mastery") system, where decisions made in and out of battle can affect the game's difficulty later and one's chances of unlocking and receiving more powerful units and items.
  • Series Premiered: The End of Evangelion, The Super Dimension Fortress Macross, The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love?, Macross Plus, Mobile Suit Gundam F90
Super Robot Wars Alpha Gaiden

Original release dates:
Japan 2001-03-29 (Fan Translation by AGTP)
System release:
2001—Playstation
Notes:

PlayStation 2

Super Robot Wars Impact

Original release dates:
Japan 2002-03-28
System release:
2002—Playstation 2
Notes:
2nd Super Robot Wars Alpha

Original release dates:
Japan 2003-03-27
System release:
2003—Playstation 2
Notes:
Super Robot Wars Scramble Commander

Original release dates:
Japan 2003-11-06
System release:
2003—Playstation 2
Notes:
  • The first Super Robot Wars to use real-time strategy and features 3D, non-super deformed graphics.
Super Robot Wars MX

Original release dates:
Japan 2004-05-27
System release:
2004—Playstation 2
Notes:
  • The first Super Robot Wars to include the "Favorite Series" system, which increases the upgrade limit and experience gain for all robots and pilots from a selected series. Originally intended to be a direct sequel to Super Robot Wars Impact.
  • Series Premiered: Hades Project Zeorymer, RahXephon
3rd Super Robot Wars Alpha

Original release dates:
Japan 2005-07-28
System release:
2005—Playstation 2
Notes:
Super Robot Wars Original Generations

Original release dates:
Japan 2007-06-28
System release:
2007—Playstation 2
Notes:
  • An enhanced remake of the first two Original Generation titles, with several extra stages included to show the goings-on of other members of the cast, as well as 11 new stages upon completion of certain requirements. The remake introduces the "Twin Battle System", which allows for two battles to be conducted against the same enemy by two allies simultaneously, and the introduction of a seventh Spirit Command, known as the "Twin Command".
Super Robot Wars Scramble Commander the 2nd

Original release dates:
Japan 2007-11-01
System release:
2007—Playstation 2
Notes:
Super Robot Wars Original Generation Gaiden

Original release dates:
Japan 2007-12-27
System release:
2007—Playstation 2
Notes:
  • A direct sequel to Super Robot Wars Original Generations, it details the events of the bonus segment in Original Generations. Also available is the "Shuffler Battle Mode", an all-new mini card game, based on the original characters and mechs, and the inclusion of a "Free Battle Mode", where players can set their own scenario by placing allied or enemy mechs on the battlefield of their choosing.
Super Robot Wars Z

Original release dates:
Japan 2008-09-25
System release:
2008—Playstation 2
Notes:
Super Robot Wars Z: Special Disc

Original release dates:
Japan 2009-03-05
System release:
2009—Playstation 2
Notes:
  • Similar to Neo Super Robot Wars Special Disc, this features exclusive missions, "Challenge Battles" (scenarios testing players' strategic/tactical decisions), a "Battle Viewer" (similar to Original Generation Gaiden's "Free Battle Mode"), a "Special Theater" displaying art work and concept designs for Z's original characters and robots and a library displaying all of the game's characters and robots. An exclusive unit is "XAN", a variation of the titular mecha from Overman King Gainer. The disc does not feature the original game and most of the content will depend on how much the player has achieved in the original.

Nintendo GameCube

Super Robot Wars GC

Original release dates:
Japan 2004-12-16
System release:
2004—Nintendo GameCube
Notes:
  • Like the Dreamcast port of Super Robot Wars Alpha, this game boasts fully 3-D battle scenes; in addition, it includes a new battle system where some pilots can target the head, arms, legs or body of a machine specifically, as well as the ability to capture disabled enemy units for sale or for the player's use.
  • Series Premiered: Galactic Gale Baxinger, Galactic Hurricane Sasuraiger, Saikyo Robo Daioja, Mazinkaiser (Anime OVA), Zettai Muteki Raijin-Oh

Wii

Super Robot Wars NEO

Original release dates:
Japan 2009-10-29
System release:
2009—Wii
Notes:

PlayStation Portable

Super Robot Wars MX Portable

Original release dates:
Japan 2005-12-19
System release:
2005—PlayStation Portable
Notes:
  • A port of Super Robot Wars MX
Super Robot Wars A Portable

Original release dates:
Japan 2008-06-19
System release:
2008—PlayStation Portable
Notes:
  • An enhanced remake of Super Robot Wars A, removing the original's unique "Shield System" and introducing modern gameplay mechanics. Infamous for enemies with unusually high evasion rates, making it difficult for even real robots to land hits, and the fixture of the "save and load manipulation" trick, allowing the same battle result to be produced even if the game is reset and reloaded.

Cellular Phone (FOMA)

Super Robot Wars i

Original release dates:
System release:
Notes:
  • A port of Super Robot Wars A.
Super Robot Wars i

Original release dates:
System release:
Notes:
  • A port of Super Robot Wars R.

Nintendo DS

Super Robot Wars W

Original release dates:
Japan 2007-03-01
System release:
2007—Nintendo DS
Notes:
Endless Frontier: Super Robot Wars OG Saga

Original release dates:
Japan 2008-05-29
United States 2009-04-28
System release:
2008—Nintendo DS
Notes:
  • The First RPG spin-off loosely based on the Original Generation games. It is the first game to use stylized action/tactical role-playing gameplay elements. It's also the first game to be co-developed by Monolith Soft and the third SRW game released in the US by Atlus as Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier.
  • Series Premiered: Xenosaga, Namco x Capcom
Super Robot Wars K

Original release dates:
Japan 2009-03-20
System release:
2009—Nintendo DS
Notes:
Super Robot Gakuen

Original release dates:
Japan 2009-08-27
System release:
2009—Nintendo DS
Notes:
Endless Frontier EXCEED: Super Robot Wars OG Saga

Original release dates:
Japan 2010-02-25
System release:
2010—Nintendo DS
Notes:
  • The sequel to Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier and the second spin-off loosely based on the Original Generation games. It is the also the second game to use stylized action/tactical role-playing gameplay elements and includes characters from the previous Endless Frontier Series. It's also the first game to include Axel Almer (From Super Robot Wars A), Einst Alfimie (From Super Robot Wars IMPACT) and Fighter Roar (From SD The Great Battle series) from the Original Generation Games and MOMO from Xenosaga. The OP movie will be done by animation studio XEBEC and the opening song will be sang by Mizuki Nana. The game will have three release versions: Regular, Pre-Order and the Limited Edition Box, which contains two soundtrack CDs covering the entire Endless Frontier series and an Artbook.
Super Robot Wars OG Saga: Masō Kishin - The Lord Of Elemental

Original release dates:
Japan 2010-05-27
System release:
2010—Nintendo DS
Notes:
  • The first official Remake of the SNES game Super Robot Wars Gaiden: Masō Kishin - The Lord Of Elemental by Banpresto and Winkisoft Works. The game was revealed in the March Issue of Famitsu and it considered part of the OG Saga series, similar to Endless Frontier and Endless Frontier EXCEED. The game will retell the events of the game (Both parts 1 and 2) as well as incorporating non-sd sprites in an SRW game for the Nintendo DS.

Xbox 360

Super Robot Wars XO

Original release dates:
Japan 2006-11-30
System release:
2006—Xbox 360
Notes:
  • An enhanced port of Super Robot Wars GC, it is the first Super Robot Wars to feature an online multiplayer mode.

Trading Card Game

Super Robot Wars Scramble Gather

Original release dates:
1996 - 2001
System release:
1996-TCG
Notes:
  • A trading card game featuring robots and characters from series represented in games from the 4th Super Robot Wars through Super Robot Wars Compact 2 and Super Robot Wars Alpha Gaiden. It contains the first appearance of fan-made character Katina Tarask, who reappears in the Original Generation games.
OG Crusade[3]

Original release dates:
2009
System release:
2009—Cardass
Notes:
  • A Cardass version of Super Robot Wars Scramble Gather featuring units from the Original Generation Series.

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