• As many of the seiyuu who feature in the Super Robot Wars have worked in various anime over the course of their careers, many of the games include in jokes concerning their other roles. For example, Amuro Ray from Gundam and Misato Katsuragi from Evangelion flirt often, referring to their seiyuus' roles as Tuxedo Mask and Sailor Moon, respectively. In another example, Hojo Shingo (the pilot of Goshogun) once did impersonations of Haran Banjo (pilot of Daitarn 3) and Bright Noa (the joke being that all three were voiced by Hirotaka Suzuoki).
  • A number of the theme songs to the Super Robot Wars games have been performed by JAM Project, some of whose members have also performed theme songs for the various robot anime represented in the games.
  • Hikaru Midorikawa, the seiyuu of characters like Heero Yuy and Masaki Andoh, is a huge fan of the Super Robot Wars. In fact, he even volunteers to do extra lines for no charge, and has done beta testing for Banpresto's games. He also has a blog on Banpresto's website. [1]
  • It is tradition for a Super Robot Wars game to include a Mazinger series, a Getter series (from Getter Robo) and a Gundam series. Originally, this so-called "Holy Trinity" was made up of Kouji Kabuto from Mazinger Z, Ryouma Nagare from Getter Robo and Amuro Ray from Gundam, but as of 2008, Kouji is the only human characters who has appeared in every non-original incarnation of the Super Robot Wars.