Frankly guys ive watched G-Savior before and hated it. Watched it a second time and I found myself pitying it. It had a good story, the Mecha designs (some of them. the G-Savior Suits are BEAST!) were decent, and the setting sounded logical (almost). HOWEVER if this was say an animated film with people who knew what the hell they were doing I think this would have been a really great installment to the Gundam Universe. but instead, Sunrise decided to roll the dice and it came up snake eyes.
G…Ill admit I used to hate it cause of the corny stuff (originally speaking) but then I decided to watching again this time without taking it seriously and now I cant stop watching it lol
Wing and Destiny: The only thing I like about them is some of their Music, some of their characters (Duo and a few others minors in Wing, Mu La Flaga, Andrew Waltfeld, and Rau Le Cruset) and the mecha designs (and interesting to learn the Katoki designs are growing on me lol), Except for the Strike Freedom. I never even liked that thing even BEFORE it got crap from certain critics. now don’t get me wrong I liked SOME gimmicks it has (example: the Rail guns folding to the rear so the beam rifles can mount on the hips) but the suit as a whole I hate with a passion. Destiny Aesthetically was beautiful, mechanically wise not so much. Bottom line: Ive said it in the past and ill say it again, these two need a Reboot each and they need it fast. EW is a Reboot of sorts but I don’t count it, though it is a beast.
AGE: Same thing with G-Savior: Pity, but because it had an inexperienced director (who “took this on more as cut scenes from a Videogame”*). the idea was cool but it failed to properly deliver.
Build Fighters: Honestly I have no complaints for now: the battles are done right. Fan Service is properly dolled out, and it inspires Gunpla and Gundam fans alike. It may be a Shameless toy Commercial, but F**K it! They’ve got me and all im saying is:
As for the rest of em, ill save that for another time lol
*Paraphrasing Animaster (formerly AnimeOverviewer)