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Next Gundam in 2011?
, Mysterious Okawara twitter
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Joined: 15-June 08
|QUOTE (Charred Knight @ Dec 6 2010, 08:12 AM)|
| I mean I know that Gundam Seed proved how popular remaking previous Gundam series could be, but I would rather return it to the 90's where we got some variety, with G Gundam, and Turn A Gundam setting the standard for what Gundam can do when it tries something new. |
We're pretty much there now as it stands, mate. The real question is whether things now get more normal again (Wing and X followed G, Seed followed Turn A) or if 00 kicks off a trend of more unorthodoxy for awhile. I'd prefer the latter, especially since devotees of classic/"normal" Gundam have the fabulous Gundam Unicorn to occupy their attention for the next 2+ years.
CE blog's translated
the tweets. I think he's being more guarded than the internet wants to assume, but the wording does subvert the leading theory that I had when all I knew was that Okawara was dropping hints for some sort of announcement. I thought it maybe had something to do with Kihei Senki Legacies
, an upcoming original real robot show that was first announced in March 2010. But the way he's being a tease and the citation of his NDA makes me tend to think that there's something more to this than an imminent TV date for that show.
Maybe. On the other hand, it certainly could be just that. On another aspect, a 2011 announcement doesn't necessarily mean that a new Gundam series would actually premiere in that same year. And since KSL will have been in development for at least a year by March 2011, perhaps Okawara wouldn't be juggling work for the two series much (if at all).