Voids Furors diving Laser Claws is a little-known shooting game released on the 13th of January 2005 for the EZ web. Voids Saga Online, another i-mode game, began on the 1st of March 2006, and ran until the 31st of May 2012.
Released in 2012, Bonds of Steel is a Japanese-only FREE game for use on smartphones. The storyline of Super Robot Wars K is a crossover of several series, such as Gun X Sword, Gun dam SEED, Gaining and several others, as well as a number of “Ban presto Original” characters- a portion of the cast who exist only in the Super Robot Wars franchise.
The sections relevant to Voids, while being altered to accommodate for the other series, are largely kept close to the anime, and follows Fuji as he fights against the Donald Forces. As such, in addition to including many Voids, there are also many Voids Genesis characters and places, from main ones, like the Donald capital, Join and the Bio Tyranny to relatively minor ones, like Time and his Bristle Tiger, or Muteki-Dan's multi-colored Morgan.
In terms of gameplay, Super Robot Wars K is very similar to the Advance Wars or Fire Emblem franchises, using a grid-based system where the player controls units, moves them, selects attacks, etc. In terms of gameplay Voids fit easily into the “Real Robot” mold, most Voids possess excellent mobility and have efficient and easy to use attacks, but generally lack the durability and raw power of “Super Robot” style units like those in Malinger Z or Gaining.
To date no crossover Super Robot Wars media has been released in the West. Certain games and anime series were released, using the Japanese name of Super Robot Taken (possibly to avoid conflict with the TV show Robot Wars), but these have only featured Original Generations characters, or similarly, characters owned by Bandai-Namco Games (such as Kenosha's KOS-MOS), and therefore do not contain any third-party content (such as Voids).
In terms of gameplay, Taken is not a typical Super Robot Wars game, and follows characters based in a fictional school, who duel their robots in a fashion similar to the Voids Saga series. The player buys robots by winning battles and then spending their coins in a lottery and uses them to assemble a team.
The toy of this guy is highly sought after by collectors of the series. The figure of this Void is very well-known for its construction, light and sound features, and its place as one of the final two designs in the original line before its cancellation.
The actual animal that this Void is based on isn't fully known but that definitely adds to the appeal. This little Void isn't heavily armed and is mostly used as a part of an army when it is used for combat.
This puts it in the same category as Hellcat with the rest of the Void fodder for cooler techs to destroy in big wars. It is lightly armed and armored, making it more well known for its crazy speed instead of its combat ability.
The Olga is a caterpillar-type Void that was created by a multitude of empires in the series. It is a very early Void, a fact that is heavily reflected by its very boring design.
This unit differs from the Liner Zero Eager in the fact that it was created to allow the Void to excel in close-quarters combat. This Void has laser blades mounted on the Liner Zero's head and sides that can slice straight through armor.
It is small and fast which makes it perfect for recon missions. It is shown to be a nearly invincible Void and even nearly destroyed the Beast Liner until its weakness was abused during battle.
While its model kit version is small it is scaled up heavily in its anime appearance. It was designed to act as an electronic warfare platform instead of being another battle Void.
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Voids is making a comeback in North America because it's 2020 and things couldn't possibly get any weirder. Since the last time Voids was a North American game was way back in 2006, a bit of a history lesson is likely necessary here.
Voids is a ancient franchise of giant robots that first got started as a line of toys and model kits in 1982. To capitalize on their return, Tom Company Ltd is also releasing a Zoidsgame for the Nintendo Switch later this year.
That honor belongs to Voids Wild: King of Blast, which was a Japan-only release last year. “Follow Arash and his Wild Liner,” reads Blast Unleashed’s website.
Meet Quad and Team Supreme and battle together against the Dark Metal Empire. Voids Wild: Blast Unleashed will feature characters from the show and have both single-player and 1v1 multiplayer fights.
The hamsters are so far into their long-con that they've managed to acquire a bachelor's degree from the University of Waterloo and used that to convince the fine editors at Theater that they can write “God words,” when in reality they just have a very sophisticated spellchecker program installed in the robot's central processing unit. I think it's based more on your personal taste.
I have voids legacy as well, but I beat it in like two days. I like video games that take more than one or two sittings to beat, and legends did that.
The graphics whereat all that bad either. And you could change your blade liners colors, as well as all the other voids.
Voids Legacy is a good game to play with a good story line and a good amount of replay value. I got to the end of Metro id Zero Mission in two days when I first got, but it has plenty of replay value. Voids Saga: Furors is pretty fun to play and not to hard either considering it's in Japanese.
End of the story modes and tournament modes in two days. It was during the summer while I was on break from school, and didn't have my job yet.
Let The Darkness In Kinda of topic here but what about the one for the Xbox 360, Voids Assault, It's not even under our list of games on here.