Set custom music for weapons in 3rd Super Robot Wars Z Tengoku Hen

New details from the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu.

3rd Super Robot Wars Z Tengoku Hen

Famitsu this week has new details on Bandai Namco’s upcoming 3rd Super Robot Wars Z Tengoku Hen for PlayStation 3 and PS Vita.

Find the new information below.


A new menu has been added to the D-Trader, which allows the buying and selling of upgrade parts. By spending Z-Chips, which are earned through shooting down enemy units and such, you can strengthen your Z-Crystal, which will give your unit various effects, such as “Scout Out All Enemy Units” and “Combo Gauge+1 at Ally Phase Start.”

New Tag Command: “Boost Dash”

Increase your movement power by five, and move without being affected by the terrain. You can use this command even when surrounded by enemy units.

Buster Machine No. 7 Reappearance

When Nono from Diebuster‘s Morale reaches 120, you can execute a command called “Combat Mode,” which enables her and her machine to transform into Buster Machine No. 7. This transformation cannot be reverted for the duration of the stage.

Set Background Music for Each Weapon

Not only can you set background music for each mecha, but you can also set music for each weapon.

Link Bonus

If you have clear data for 3rd Super Robot Wars Rengoku Hen (included with first-print copies of the game) and 3rd Super Robot Wars Z Jigoku Hen, you’ll receive special link bonuses:

  • Jigoku Hen Cleared Once: Pilot Initial PP +150, Initial Kills +5, Initial Funds +50,000, Z-Chips +1,000, and upgrade parts.
  • Jigoku Hen Cleared More Than Once: Pilot Initial PP +10, Initial Kills +1, Initial Funds +10,000, and Z-Chips +200.
  • Jigoku Hen Scenario Complete: Pilot Initial PP +50, Initial Kills +5, Initial Funds +50,000, Z-Chips +1,000, and upgrade parts.
  • Rengoku Hen Cleared Once: Initial Funds +50,000, Z-Chips +500, and upgrade parts.

3rd Super Robot Wars Z Tengoku Hen is due out on April 2 in Japan.

Thanks, Hachima Kikou.

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