Dai 4 Ji Super Robot Taisen (SNES)
|Dai 4 Ji Super Robot Taisen|
Unused graphics for a VS text can be found within the compressed tileset for the title screen located at
The game contains several unused pilots that can be accessed by Pro Action Replay codes. Some of them have the proper portrait, while others don't. Many of them don't seem to have properly started-out. The ZZ Gundam second-stringers appear in the semi-remake, Super Robot Taisen F. Since this game was built on Dai 3 Ji Super Robot Taisen and Super Robot Taisen EX, some of these pilots are likely leftovers from 3.
Gundam - Sayla Mass Gundam - Lalah Sun ZZ Gundam - Lina Ashita ZZ Gundam - Beacha Oleg ZZ Gundam - Mondo Akage ZZ Gundam - Elle Bianno ZZ Gundam - Ino Ahab ZZ Gundam - Gremmit Toto Gundam 0083 - Bernard Monsha Gundam 0083 - South Burning Char's Counterattack - Gyunei Guss Char's Counterattack - Nanai Miguel Char's Counterattack - Rezun Schneider Dunbine - Zett Light Dunbine - Tolstol Chechrenko
The ROM contains data for many unused robots at widely varying levels of completeness. Most have complete weapon lists but only three have correct battle sprites (and one of those three is a headswap of a used robot, and another a mere palette swap) and some have placeholder stats (8000 HP, 200 energy, and everything else zero).
||Encounter Battle||Found among the scenario names.|
常ちゅう マップテスト ヴァルシオン アイ・キャッチ Ｚのテーマ 空飛ぶマジンガーＺ オレは洸だ ポップス・タウン 予感 通常ボス ネオ・グランゾン 増援部隊出現 レベル・アップ ＬＯＡＤ ゲーム・オーバー 君と一緒に 戦略 オープニング 空き ＳＥ
Resident (program) Map test Valsion Eyecatch Theme of Z Mazinger Z Flying in the Sky I am Akira Pops Town Premonition Normal Boss Neo Granzon Reinforcement Appears Level Up Load Game Over Together With You Strategy Opening Empty Sound Effect
|BGM titles. Most of these correspond to songs that are inaccessible by the in-game sound test.|
||Dialog text used when Jack King is inflicted with the 威圧 spirit command and cannot move. Enemies never use this spirit command on player units.|
There are probably more gameplay differences between the two versions.
In version 1.0, you can get experience points and money by destroying your own units with a MAP weapon. Also, in version 1.0, pilots can reach level 100, but when they do their unit's status screen will be displayed incorrectly. In version 1.1, 99 is the maximum level.
Robot Guide Difference
|Version 1.0||Version 1.1|
In version 1.0, the in-game robot guide cites "Mobile Suit Gundam 0080" as the source series for the Dom. Version 1.1 cites the original "Mobile Suit Gundam". The likely reason for the confusion is that the Dom's sprite in this game is based on the appearance of the Rick Dom II from MSG 0080, but the description in the robot guide is of the original Dom from the original TV series. Some later SRW games include the Dom and the Rick Dom II as two different units.
Get screenshots of this dialogue.
Version 1.0 has a minor error (an incorrect kanji was chosen) in some dialogue between Amu and Daba, which was corrected in 1.1.
The Super Robot Taisen series
|NES||Dai 2 Ji Super Robot Taisen|
|SNES||Dai 3 Ji Super Robot Taisen • Dai 4 Ji Super Robot Taisen|
|Game Boy (Color)||Super Robot Taisen • Super Robot Taisen: Link Battler|
|PlayStation||Super Robot Taisen Alpha Gaiden • Super Robot Taisen F|
|PlayStation 2||Dai 2 Ji Super Robot Taisen Alpha • Dai 3 Ji Super Robot Taisen Alpha: Shuuen no Ginga he|
|Game Boy Advance||Super Robot Taisen A • Super Robot Taisen R • Super Robot Taisen D • Super Robot Taisen J|
|Nintendo DS||Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier • Super Robot Taisen K|
|PlayStation 3||Dai 2 Ji Super Robot Taisen OG|
|Mazinger Z • Gundam • Macross|