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Atlus announces Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier
February 5, 2009, 10:21 am
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Atlus news: Atlus busts out with Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier

Atlus forums: Atlus announces Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier

 

Atlus U.S.A., Inc. today announced that it has secured the North American publishing rights for Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier on Nintendo DS, a sci-fi/fantasy-action RPG side story of the Super Robot Taisen Original Generation games. Embark on a journey in the fascinating worlds of the Endless Frontier along with robots, were-people, mermaids, demons, and humans all living with each other in harmony…More or less. From the fantastic new battle system to the captivating story of alternate worlds and characters bursting at the seams with personality, there is plenty to discover and uncover (*ahem*) in this well-rounded adventure.
 
Unlike most RPG battle systems, players will be engrossed in the interactive, action-packed, fighter-style combat in Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier. Customizable turn and time-based attacks allow players to administer the ultimate beat down on enemies by juggling them in the air and executing a continuous chain of kicks, punches, slashes, gun attacks, bombs, and more. In addition, players can call on their allies to extend their attack chains to ridiculous lengths.

 

As a continuation of the Atlus Spoils fan appreciation program, each and every launch copy of Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier will be a premium boxed release, with a soundtrack CD featuring music from the game included in the final retail package, our way of saying thanks to our fans for their continued support.

Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier is scheduled for release on April 28th, 2009.
 
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About Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier
Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier is a unique sci-fi/fantasy RPG that takes players across a variety of worlds, ranging from an apocalyptic wasteland covered with the hulks of downed spaceships to a fantastical place of fairy tales and dark magic. Join Haken Browning: gunslinger, professional bounty hunter, and amateur ladies’ man, along with his motley crew of robots, were-beasts, secret agents, and busty princesses as they delve deep into the mysteries of how their worlds came to be and face a threat that imperils the multiverse.

Key Features
Super Robot Taisen is back – Built on the DNA of the beloved Super Robot Taisen series, Endless Frontier expands the scope of the universe into a saga of multiple worlds and the conflict of humans, robots, and countless others living across space and time. The long-awaited return of the series brings with it with a brand new story and characters and a reinvented battle system.
• High-action chain combat system – Enemies go up and stay up with a battle system that lets you juggle foes with a run of kicks, punches, slashes, gun attacks, bombs, and more! Chaining is the name of the game, and timing-based button presses let you create an acrobatic string of assaults. You can even call in allies to keep the chain going longer!
• Customize your attack combos – Pick and choose from a menu of attack skills to create the combo line-up you want to use in battle. Skills vary in strength and resources used, in addition to side benefits of stunning, triggering critical hits, and more.
• Bonus items – Owners of the Super Robot Taisen Original Generation games for Game Boy Advance™ can unlock bonus items in their Endless Frontier game by booting the game with the GBA cartridges in the GBA game slot of their DS unit.

Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier has been rated “T” for Teen with Alcohol Reference, Fantasy Violence, Mild Language, Partial Nudity, and Suggestive Themes by the ESRB.

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what’s with that (*ahem*), not like it really have anything in it…

Comment by realgundam

AHH wow….I see lights up the staircase, where am I….>?

I LOL that!!—-VVVV

{{{{Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier has been rated “T” for Teen with Alcohol Reference, Fantasy Violence, Mild Language, ***Partial Nudity***, and Suggestive Themes by the ESRB.}}}}

Comment by ottoto

For any of you who always demand English translation, you are always a year late. Aside from game titles, mangas and animes also come with ingrishu translations a year later. With the additional surcharges like translation fees, copyright agreements, repackaging and reformating for any JPN materials, Ingrishu versions are always more expensive than Taiwan/HongKong versions. That’s right, the banana-speaking gaijins always pay more for anime-manga.

Comment by codename:v

Ok thx, now do OGs.

Comment by Anonymous

Well CV, considering that the difference gap of languages between Japanese and English is faaaaar bigger than Chinese and Japanese (even more considering that, like Korean language, the japanese language is derived from Chinese) it’s understable it’s harder to translate and takes more time, i’m surprised about you being so shocked by the fact that translating Anime and Manga in other languages besides Korean and Chinese is that hard.

And either way, what’s your point? and you shouldn’t be using the word gaijin, since it’s usually used towards all the non japanese, which includes yourself.

Comment by Anonymous Za Third

Aside from game titles, mangas and animes also come with ingrishu translations a year later.
Because people don’t want half-assed things like 90% your drawings

With the additional surcharges like translation fees, copyright agreements, repackaging and reformating for any JPN materials, Ingrishu versions are always more expensive than Taiwan/HongKong versions.
Wrong. $30 CDN for this game, $73 CDN for Asian version of this game.
Plus, your forgetting that not everyone lives in your crappy country that has more pirated things than China. Your also forgetting, shipping fees, import fees, import taxes, etc.

That’s right, the banana-speaking gaijins always pay more for anime-manga.
…and you prove yourself an idiot yet again.
Banana isn’t a language, it’s a derogatory term for East Asians who are white washed/can’t speak their mother tongue…
…and banana-speaking gaijins doesn’t even make sense to begin with…

Comment by lxs

>>Ixs

Since when did our village idiot (V) make any sense to begin with? Whenever he tries to make a point, he makes the most obscure and retarded comments with no explanation for it. 😄

But, I found out about Endless Frontier coming to Atlus a couple of weeks ago. Glad that the “jokes” are still there… I worry about the dubbing though. >_> Guess we won’t know until April.

Comment by Nameless

I don’t really care. The game bored the hell out of me that I just stopped playing before fighting Alt. Leveling up and fighting random battles are tedious and a chore.

Then again, if the Atlus does a good job translating (and hopefully keeping the Jap VAs) I might play it again.

Comment by glemtvapen

I’m probably gonna end up getting this one, even though I have the jap version, why? I dunno…

Comment by Kenpei

CV your illustration sucks. Same as the ones on your deviant account.

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