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Box artwork for 2nd Super Robot Wars.
2nd Super Robot Wars
Developer(s)Winky Soft
Publisher(s)Banpresto, Nintendo (GBA; Classic NES Series)
System(s)NES, Game Boy, Gameboy Advance, PlayStation Network, Sony PlayStation
SeriesSuper Robot Wars
Release date(s)
NES icon.png NES
Game Boy icon.png Game Boy
(2nd Super Robot Wars G)
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(Complete Box)(Separate)
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(Bundled with GC)
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Genre(s)RPG, Strategy
ModesSingle Player
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2nd Super Robot Wars (第2次スーパーロボット大戦 or Dai-2-Ji Sūpā Robotto Taisen?) is a turn-based strategy RPG developed by Winkysoft and published by Banpresto. It is the second game in the Super Robot Wars series and for the "classic" canon. The game was released exclusively in Japan on December 12, 1991 for the NES. It also has be re-released as a Famicom Mini (NES Series) pre-order bonus along with Super Robot Wars GC as well as on the Playstation Network. Moreover, the game has been remade twice for the Game Boy as 2nd Super Robot Wars G and for the Playstation as a part of the Super Robot Wars Complete Box.

Bian Zoldark has revealed to the world that an alien invasion is imminent. He has also analyzed that the Earth is not prepared to handle such a threat. In order to protect the world, he has built the most powerful weaponized mech: the Valsion. However, Bian believes that this alone will not be enough. In secret, he establishes a society known as the Divine Crusaders. The DC will unite the world under one banner to save the planet... no matter the cost.

In 2nd Super Robot Wars, you control a resistance built from three Super Robots that evaded capture. Your objective is to go through twenty-six scenarios in order to liberate the world from DC's rule while rescuing captured Super Robots along the way. This is the first game in the series that show pilots as well as the first appearances of Banpresto-regulars Masaki and Shuu. The game operates on a top-down perspective that will be used throughout most of the series until Masou Kishin. This game includes robots and pilots from the Gundam, Getter Robo, Mazinger Z, and Grendizer series.

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