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A combining Super Robot formed by five vehicles, a style later used by others such as Voltes V and Voltron, first appearing in the 1976 anime of the same name. Piloted by the Combattler team, lead by Hyouma Aoi, it has appeared in many Super Robot Wars games.
Piloted by Masaki Andou, it's a very fast and powerful unit.
Title Super Robot of 1978's third installment of the "Romantic Trilogy" metaseries following Combattler V and Voltes V. Piloted by Kazuya Ryuzaki, Daimos predominately uses martial arts, unarmed or with various weapons, and is portrayed in games as a powerful melee fighter with extremely limited ranged options.
The signature robot of Yoshiyuki Tomino's 1978 animated series, Daitarn 3 is one of the largest and most versatile Super Robots. Piloted by Banjou Haran, it is portrayed as one of the strongest robots with a couple of drawbacks due to its size.
The title robot of its 1985 anime, Dancouga is a combining robot formed from four separate, transforming robots. Piloted by the Jyusenki team lead by Shinobu Fujiwara, it's often portrayed in games as a high offense unit that gets progressively stronger as it continues fighting.
The Gespenst is perhaps the most common Banpresto Original mecha in the Super Robot Wars series, appearing in no less than five different continuities and having numerous alternate designs.
Created by Go Nagai and Ken Ishikawa in 1974, Getter Robo is a Super Robot, with several spin-offs, iterations, and sequels featured in manga, anime, and video games. Piloted by Ryouma Nagare, Hayato Jin, and Musashi Tomoe, it is the first combining and transforming Super Robot.
Created by Go Nagai and Ken Ishikawa in 1975 as the sucessor and direct sequel to Getter Robo. Piloted by Ryouma Nagare, Hayato Jin, and Benkei Kuruma, it is considered an advanced version of the original Getter Robo, and is the most common version to appear in games.
Super Robot from its self-titled 1981 anime, its first game debut in Super Robot Wars EX for the Super Famicom. Piloted by the GoShogun team lead by Shingo Hojo, it is often portrayed in games as having powerful ranged attacks with below average armor.
Created by Go Nagai in 1974, Great Mazinger is the successor and direct sequel to Mazinger Z. Piloted by Tetsuya Tsurugi, it often appears in video games with Mazinger Z and Kouji Kabuto.
The title robot of Go Nagai's 1975 anime, Grendizer is the third Super Robot in the Mazinger metaseries. Piloted by Duke Fleed, it gained a huge following in European and Arabic countries, and is often paired with Mazinger Z and Great Mazinger in video games.
Mazinger Z, created by Go Nagai in 1972, is a popular Super Robot, featured in manga, anime, and several video games, including various arcade shooters and all Super Robot Wars games involving giant robot anime crossovers. Piloted by Kouji Kabuto, it is considered the first super robot.
The titular mobile suit of Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam, piloted by Kamille Bidan and later Roux Louka. It can transform into a jet-like "Waverider."
The title robot of Yoshiyuki Tomino's 1975 animated series, Reideen is cited as the first Super Robot with ancient, mystical orgins. Piloted by Akira Hibiki, it is often used in the uncommon "ranged Super Robot" role in games it has appeared in.
The title robot of Yoshiyuki Tomino's 1979 anime series "Mobile Suit Gundam". Piloted by Amuro Ray, it is the basis for every Gundam series and robot after it, separated itself from the Super Robot genre, and spawned a franchise spanning anime, manga, video games, model kits, and much more.
The Nu Gundam is a mobile suit that appears in Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack, and is often Amuro Ray's mobile suit of choice in various Gundam and Super Robot Wars games.
When your robot comes from your grandfather's basement, performs impossible transformations, is more powerful than an entire nation's military or otherwise kicks reason to the curb, it's more than a mech; it's a Super Robot.
Title Super Robot of Yoshiyuki Tomino's 1977 animated series. Piloted by Jin Kappei, Uchuta Kamie, and Keiko Kamikata, it sometimes appears in Super Robot Wars games as a well-rounded Super Robot with no significant weaknesses.
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