Developed by Banpresto. I'm not speaking of the OG exceed games for the DS that were brought over by Atlus, but the actual SRPG series featuring giant robots with elaborately stylish attacks and galaxy altering scenarios. Box art for 2nd Super Robot Wars Original Generation on the PS3, released November 29, 2012. Now from what i've seen with the series, normally anyone outside of Japan would not have a chance of seeing a SRW release because of all the anime licenses tied to them, which span decades, however what sets the OG series apart is that they feature "Banpresto Originals", characters and robots that are created by Banpresto alone. Luckily, we were able to see two of the OG series games release in North America via Atlus (Super Robot Taisen Original Generation 1 and 2), but since then...none of the other OG releases have had the pleasure of such a fate. Footage from 2nd Super Robot Wars Original Generation: https://www.youtube....h?v=B2V4n12qNio Opening Cinema https://www.youtube....h?v=R9ey1pfOhNQ Examples of attacks I'm not sure how costly this would be, but i'd think a text only translation, and maybe digital release + limited physical release would see a decent profit, considering that there are alot of fans of both giant robots, anime, and tactical/strategy rpgs, and at times (more often than not) the fan bases overlap. It would be best to start with 2nd Super Robot Wars OG simply because I believe it was the first of the OG games to arrive on the PS3. Not to mention, the majority of fans these days seem to be ok with the original Japanese voice actors remaining, especially for games that are very inherently Japanese. There are other OG games available on the Vita as well, such as: Super Robot Wars OG Saga: Masō Kishin III – Pride of Justice (which was also available on PS3 with a cross save feature) https://www.youtube....h?v=DtQOZSEl_bo Battle animation footage from the Vita version There really doesnt seem to be a reason for someone not to release these games in North America aside from perceived lack of interest, and RPG fans are always looking for a new series to get into. Why not one with a proven track record? Not to mention, there really arent that many Tactical / Strategy RPGs releasing these days, aside from the DIsgaea series.