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  • And the Fandom Rejoiced - Along with the announcement of SRWZ 2 and Gundam Musou 3, especially because of the success that Wars had, SD G Generation The World was part of the "Super Robot Boom" that made the Mecha fandom orgasm with hype.
  • Crowning Moment of Awesome:
    • Most of the crossover CG movies in Neo, including the Cyclops Team attacking Torrington, Usso battling both the Frost Brothers at the same time, and the Wing Team fighting Master Asia (complete with him countering the Twin Buster Rifle with a Darkness Finger).
    • In Mono-Eye Gundams, Kincaid Nau and Zabine Chareux shut down the Turn X (which had previously been curb stomping the heroes) with a single well-coordinated Combination Attack.
    • Combining this with Oh Crap, Turn X and God Gundam finally using their fingers on each other, something that has yet to occur in Super Robot Wars. Predictably, Turn X wins.
  • Crowning Music of Awesome:
    • Most of the characters introduced from Spirits to World have excellent themes.
    • Mono-Eye/DS's characters had also some good arranged versions versions of their themes.
    • Many Crowning Gundam themes are here as well, but World's OST stands out for being the only SD Gundam game to not include ANY opening themes, breaking the pattern and instead giving us the best of the OST songs.
  • Ensemble Darkhorse: Japanese fans are particularly fond of G Gen original Claire Heathrow, thanks to her penchant for Shout-Out Overdosed attack calls.
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