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List By CategoryEdit

Main SeriesEdit

  • Super Robot Taisen (GB) - 1991
  • Dai-2-Ji Super Robot Taisen (NES/PSX/GBA) - 1991
  • Dai-2-Ji Super Robot Taisen G (GB) - 1995
  • Dai-3-Ji Super Robot Taisen (SNES/PSX) - 1993
  • Super Robot Taisen EX (SNES/PSX) - 1994
  • Dai-4-Ji Super Robot Taisen (SNES) - 1995
    • Dai-4-Ji Super Robot Taisen S (PSX) - 1996
  • Super Robot Taisen F (SAT/PSX) - 1997
    • Super Robot Taisen F Kanketsuhen (SAT/PSX) - 1998

Alpha SeriesEdit

  • Super Robot Taisen Alpha (PSX) - 2000
    • Super Robot Taisen Alpha for Dreamcast (DC) - 2001 (G-Breaker Exclusive)
  • Super Robot Taisen Alpha Gaiden (PSX) - 2001
  • Dai-2-Ji Super Robot Taisen Alpha (PS2) - 2003
  • Dai-3-Ji Super Robot Taisen Alpha (PS2) - 2005

Compact SeriesEdit

  • Super Robot Taisen Compact (WS) - 1999
    • Super Robot Taisen Compact for WonderSwan Color (WSC) - 2001
  • Super Robot Taisen Compact Dai-1-Bu: Chijou Gekidouhen (WS) - 2000
  • Super Robot Taisen Compact Dai-2-Bu: Uchuu Gekishinhen (WS) - 2000
  • Super Robot Taisen Compact Dai-3-Bu: Ginga Kessenhen (WS) - 2000
  • Super Robot Taisen Compact 3 (WSC) - 2003

Z SeriesEdit

  • Super Robot Taisen Z (PS2) - 2008
    • Super Robot Taisen Z Special Disc (PS2) - 2009
  • 2nd Super Robot Taisen Z: Hakai Hen (PSP) - 2011
    • 2nd Super Robot Taisen Z: Saisei Hen (PSP) - 2012
  • 3rd Super Robot Taisen Z: Tokigoku Hen (PS3/PSV) - 2014
    • 3rd Super Robot Taisen Z: Tengoku Hen (PS3/PSV) - (2015)
    • 3rd Super Robot Taisen Z: Rengoku Hen - 2015

Impact SeriesEdit

  • Super Robot Taisen Impact (PS2) - 2002
  • Super Robot Taisen MX (PS2) - 2004

GBA SeriesEdit

  • Super Robot Taisen A (GBA) - 2001
  • Super Robot Taisen R (GBA) - 2002
  • Super Robot Taisen D (GBA) - 2003
  • Super Robot Taisen J (GBA) - 2005

DS SeriesEdit

  • Super Robot Taisen W (DS) - 2007
  • Super Robot Taisen K (DS) - 2009
  • Super Robot Gakuen (DS) - 2009
  • Super Robot Taisen L (DS) - 2010

3DS SeriesEdit

  • Super Robot Taisen UX (3DS) - 2013
  • Super Robot Taisen BX (3DS) - 2015

Misc SeriesEdit

  • Shin Super Robot Taisen (PSX) - 1996
    • Shin Super Robot Taisen Special Disc (PSX) - 1997
  • Super Robot Taisen 64 (N64) - 1999
    • Super Robot Taisen Link Battler (GBC) - 1999
  • Super Robot Taisen GC (GC) - 2004
    • Super Robot Taisen XO (XBOX 360) - 2006
  • Super Robot Taisen NEO (Wii)  -  2009
  • Super Robot Wars Card Chronicle (iOS/Android) -2012
  • Super Robot Taisen OE (Operation Extend) (PSP) - 2013
  • Super Robot Wars X-Ω (Cross Omega) (iOS/Android) - 2015
  • Super Robot Wars V (PS4/PSV) - 2017

Masou Kishin SeriesEdit

  • Super Robot Taisen Gaiden: Masou Kishin - The Lord of Elemental (SNES) - 1996
  • Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Masou Kishin - The Lord of Elemental (NDS) - 2010
  • Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Masou Kishin 2 - Revelation of Evil God (PSP) - 2012
  • Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Masou Kishin 3 - Pride of Justice (PS3/PSV) - 2013
  • Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Masou Kishin F – Coffin of the End (PS3) - 2014

Original Generation SeriesEdit

  • Super Robot Taisen Original Generation (GBA) - 2002
  • Super Robot Taisen Original Generation 2 (GBA) - 2004
  • Super Robot Taisen Original Generations (PS2) - 2007
  • Super Robot Taisen Original Generation Gaiden (PS2) - 2007
  • 2nd Super Robot Taisen Original Generation (PS3) - 2012
  • Super Robot Taisen OG INFINITE BATTLE (PS3) - 2013
  • Super Robot Taisen OG DARK PRISON (PS3) - 2013
  • Super Robot Wars OG: The Moon Dwellers (PS3/PS4) - 2016

Other Related GamesEdit

  • Hero Senki: Project Olympus (SNES)- 1992
  • Super Robot Spirits (N64) - 1997
  • Real Robot Battle Line (PSX) - 1999
  • Endless Frontier: Super Robot Taisen OG Saga (DS) - 2008
  • Endless Frontier EXCEED: Super Robot Taisen OG Saga (DS) - 2010
  • Super Robot Taisen Scramble Gather - 1996-2001
  • OG Crusade - 2009

Game List by SystemEdit

Game Boy/Game Boy ColorEdit

Nintendo FamicomEdit

Nintendo Super FamicomEdit

Nintendo 64Edit

  • Super Robot Spirits (July 17, 1997): Not a strategy game, but a fully 3D fighting game, featuring non-super deformed robots. The first appearance of SRX character Levi Tolar and her machine, the Judecca. The game is to date the worst rated and selling Super Robot Taisen game.
  • Super Robot Taisen 64 (October 29, 1999): Uses non-animated 2D sprites over rendered 3D backgrounds during battle animations. Secret units can be acquired by linking with the Super Robot Taisen Link Battler, and the first to feature multiple-unit combination attacks. Series premiered: Giant Robo: The Day the Earth Stood Still, Six God Combination Godmars

Game Boy AdvanceEdit

  • Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation (November 22, 2002): The first Super Robot Taisen devoted entirely to the original characters and mechs created by Banpresto for the series, featuring no licensed characters or robots. The plot follows the original elements (i.e. those not derived from anime series) of Dai-3-Ji Super Robot Taisen and Super Robot Taisen Alpha, and features characters from Super Robot Taisen 3, Alpha, Alpha Gaiden and Impact. Original Generation was the first handheld Super Robot Taisen to feature animated attacks and the equipment system, which allowed players to change weapons between units. It was released in North America on August 8, 2006.
  • Super Robot Taisen Destiny (August 8, 2003): The first Super Robot Wars to feature the "Chain Attack" system, where enemy units lined up in a row can be struck down simultaneously with designated melee attacks. It is also notorious for giving super robots and real robots nearly-identical armor stats, resulting in a heavy bias toward the latter. Series premiered: The Big O, Future Robot Daltanius, Shin Getter Robot (Anime), Macross 7, Megazone 23

Bandai WonderSwan/WonderSwan ColorEdit

Sega SaturnEdit

Sega DreamcastEdit

  • Super Robot Taisen Alpha For Dreamcast (August 30, 2001): A remake of Super Robot Taisen Alpha, with 3D battle graphics and increased difficulty in many stages, including a secret boss character. Features G-Breaker, the robot from Bandai's Sunrise Eiyuutan, which was not included in the Playstation version.

PlayStationEdit

  • Super Robot Taisen F (December 10, 1998): A port of Super Robot Taisen F, featuring some improved music over the original Sega Saturn game, as well as a variety of bug fixes.
  • Super Robot Taisen Complete Box (June 10, 1999): A compilation of the remakes of Super Robot Taisen 2, 3, and EX, using the same style as F and F Kanketsuhen. The games were released separately, and were compiled into the first disc of the "Complete Box". The second disc, an encyclopedia, included a collection of cut scenes and voice data from the first game, and a two player versus mode.
  • Real Robot Battle Line (August 12, 1999): A estrategy game similar to Super Robot Taisen Gaiden: Masou Kishin - The Lord Of Elemental, developed by Banpresto. It only includes Real Robot Series and its has non-superdeformed 3D battle graphics.

PlayStation 2Edit

Nintendo GameCubeEdit

PlayStation PortableEdit

PlayStation VitaEdit

  • Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Masou Kishin 3 - Pride of Justice (August 22, 2013): The third Lord of Elemental game and the first Super Robot Wars title for the PlayStation Vita. The series features a save transfer system, which allows players to transfer save files from the PS3 to the Vita, but requires a Vita version of the game to work. The game will focus on Masaki and the gang's search for the Third Pillar God of La Gaias and their efforts to halt its revival.
  • 3rd Super Robot Taisen Z (April 10, 2014 - Tokigoku-hen): The Third and Final Sequel to the Z series and like the second, it is also divided into separate parts in a manner similar to F/Final and the Compact 2 series. The first chapter revealed is the Time Prison Chapter and the second chapter, the Heavenly Prison Chapter is been trademarked for future release. Series Premiered (Jigoku-hen): Armored Trooper Votoms: Big Battle, Armored Trooper Votoms: Shining Heresy, Aquarion Evol, Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn.
  • Super Robot Taisen (2014): A remake of the title was released digitally for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita in 2014. While the game utilizes high-definition sprites, battle animations are rendered using immobile robots in a manner similar to titles released prior to Super Robot Wars Alpha. Gameplay changes include 13 new stages, Spirit Commands for all units (though the hero is given access to exclusive commands), the addition of Mazinger Z's Boss Borot to the starting Mazinger team, and new units such as the Full Armor Gundam and Cybuster.
  • 3rd Super Robot Wars Z (April 2, 2015 - Rengoku Hen): Standalone DLC, released with first editions of Z3.2. Contains 15 scenarios for the Z only OG characters.
  • Super Robot Wars V (2017): The second title released in commemoration of the series' 25th anniversary, it is the second Super Robot Wars game to be released on the PlayStation 4 platform. It's the first game to mark the return of Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ into the series proper, The Brave Express Might Gaine marks as the second debut of a Brave Series, and Space Battleship Yamato 2199 marks as the first non-mecha space opera series to debut in the game. It is the first console non-OG Super Robot Wars game to be released in English. Series Premiered: Mobile Suit Crossbone Gundam: Skull Heart, Mobile Suit Crossbone Gundam: Steel 7, Mobile Suit Gundam: Halthaway's Flash, Shin Mazinger Zero VS The Great General of Darkness, The Brave Express Might Gaine, Space Battleship Yamato 2199, Cross Ange: Rondo of Angel and Dragon

Cellular phone (FOMA)Edit

Nintendo WiiEdit

Nintendo DSEdit

Nintendo 3DSEdit

Xbox 360Edit

  • Super Robot Taisen XO (November 30, 2006): Enhanced port of Super Robot Taisen GC. It is the first (and only) SRT game to feature an online multiplayer mode.

PlayStation 3Edit

  • Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Masou Kishin 3 - Pride of Justice (August 22, 2013): The third Lord of Elemental game and the first Super Robot Wars title for the PlayStation Vita. The series features a save transfer system, which allows players to transfer save files from the PS3 to the Vita, but requires a Vita version of the game to work. The game will focus on Masaki and the gang's search for the Third Pillar God of La Gaias and their efforts to halt its revival.
  • Super Robot Taisen OG DARK PRISON (November 28, 2013): A sidestory of 2nd Super Robot Wars Original Generations. Included as downloadable contents in limited edition of Super Robot Wars OG INFINITE BATTLE.
  • 3rd Super Robot Taisen Z (April 10, 2014 - Jigoku-hen): The Third and Final Sequel to the Z series and like the second, it is also divided into separate parts in a manner similar to F/Final and the Compact 2 series. The first chapter revealed is the Time Prison Chapter and the second chapter, the Heavenly Prison Chapter is been trademarked for future release. Series Premiered (Jigoku-hen): Armored Trooper Votoms: Big Battle, Armored Trooper Votoms: Shining Heresy, Aquarion Evol, Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn.
  • Super Robot Taisen (2014): A remake of the title was released digitally for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita in 2014. While the game utilizes high-definition sprites, battle animations are rendered using immobile robots in a manner similar to titles released prior to Super Robot Wars Alpha. Gameplay changes include 13 new stages, Spirit Commands for all units (though the hero is given access to exclusive commands), the addition of Mazinger Z's Boss Borot to the starting Mazinger team, and new units such as the Full Armor Gundam and Cybuster.
  • Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Masou Kishin F – Coffin of the End (August 28, 2014): The final game to the Masō Kishin series, which skips the PlayStation Vita release and the save transfer system. It will include elements from Winkysoft's other franchise, Rayblade in the form of the new Masaouki, Reyblade and Amara from 2nd Super Robot Wars Original Generation will officially return in the sequel along with the Garilnagant.
  • 3rd Super Robot Taisen Z (April 2, 2015 - Rengoku Hen): Standalone DLC, released with first editions of Z3.2. Contains 15 scenarios for the Z only OG characters.
  • Super Robot Wars OG: The Moon Dwellers (June 30, 2016): The first title released in commemoration of the series' 25th anniversary, it is the first Super Robot Wars game to be released on the PlayStation 4 platform and will cover all the events from Super Robot Wars J to Super Robot Wars GC/XO. It is the first console Super Robot Wars game to be released in English and Chinese.

PlayStation 4Edit

  • Super Robot Wars OG: The Moon Dwellers (June 30, 2016): The first title released in commemoration of the series' 25th anniversary, it is the first Super Robot Wars game to be released on the PlayStation 4 platform and will cover all the events from Super Robot Wars J to Super Robot Wars GC/XO. It is the first console Super Robot Wars game to be released in English and Chinese.
  • Super Robot Wars V (2017): The second title released in commemoration of the series' 25th anniversary, it is the second Super Robot Wars game to be released on the PlayStation 4 platform. It's the first game to mark the return of Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ into the series proper, The Brave Express Might Gaine marks as the second debut of a Brave Series, and Space Battleship Yamato 2199 marks as the first non-mecha space opera series to debut in the game. It is the first console non-OG Super Robot Wars game to be released in English. Series Premiered: Mobile Suit Crossbone Gundam: Skull Heart, Mobile Suit Crossbone Gundam: Steel 7, Mobile Suit Gundam: Halthaway's Flash, Shin Mazinger Zero VS The Great General of Darkness, The Brave Express Might Gaine, Space Battleship Yamato 2199, Cross Ange: Rondo of Angel and Dragon

AndroidEdit

iOSEdit

Trading Card GameEdit

  • Super Robot Taisen Scramble Gather (1996-2001): Card game featuring robots and characters from series represented in games from Dai-4-Ji Super Robot Taisen through Compact 2 and Alpha Gaiden. Notable for containing the first appearance of Katina Tarask, who would later appear in Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation.
  • OG Crusade (2009): A Cardass version of Super Robot Wars Scramble Gather featuring units from the Original Generation Series.
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