Recap: The crew of the Yamato manage to revive one of the captured Gamilan androids. The ship’s AI robotic assistant, Analyzer, strikes up a friendship with the android, newly christened as “Alter.”
Recap: While out salvaging with Pinion, Ledo discovers the truth about the Hideauze.
Recap: Caught in a trap devised by Lord Dessler, leader of the Gamillan Empire, the Yamato must devise a plan to escape both the sentient devouring cloud and the local star that stands in their way.
Recap: While the citizens of Gargantia mourn their Commander, Ridget tries to deal with her new responsibilities. Meanwhile, Pinion and Ledo carry through with the fleet’s separation.
Scenario by Akira Toriyama and art by Masakazu Katsura
Recap: After the battle at Pluto, the Yamato prepares to leave the Solar System once and for all. The crew hold a line-crossing ceremony and are given the opportunity to contact friends and family for what may be the last time.
Recap: Ledo focuses on his mission to destroy the Hideauze, drawing the ire of the entire fleet. However, Pinion sees an opportunity…
Recap: Having barely survived the last attack from their mirror-satellite beam, the Yamato crew begins its counterattack against the Gamilas.
Ledo continues his search for work, stopping to go to a festival, ogle ladies, and kill aliens.
Recap: Captain Okita decides that they cannot allow the Pluto base to continue bombarding Earth unhindered and orders the Yamato to launch an attack on the Gamilas forces stationed there. In the midst of a daring plan to catch them off guard, the Gamilas see through the ruse and launch an attack on a vulnerable Yamato.
Recap: Ledo looks for a job until the fleet takes a break for some fun in the sun.
Recap: The crew runs into conflicting opinions when they are discussing whether to make headway for their destination or stop and assault a base on Pluto that could pose a risk to Earth. Before they can decide however, they receive a distress beacon from one of Saturn’s moons and in the interest of both rescuing…
Recap: Ledo struggles with finding his place in the fleet and understanding Gargantia’s way of life.
Recap: After successfully engaging the Wave Motion Engine and jumping through time and space, the Yamato suddenly finds itself locked into Jupiter’s gravity, revealing a hidden Gamilas base established there. Time to test out the Wave Motion Gun.
Recap: Ledo’s actions have brought the wrath of the pirate fleet down on Gargantia, and now he must set things right.
Recap: It is revealed that underneath the ruins of the WWII-era battleship, the Yamato, a new spaceship utilizing the blueprints supplied by the Iscandarians has been built in secret, away from the prying eyes of the invading Gamilas. However, the aliens catch wind of it and the forces of Earth are forced to rally the new…
Recap: Though he is at an impasse with the Gargantia fleet, Ledo begins to communicate with humanity’s survivors.
Alternate Titles: Uchū Senkan Yamato 2199 Anime remake by Xebec/AIC Premise: Humanity has finally made contact with alien life, but hopes for peace are dashed when the mysterious aliens declare war on humanity and obliterate much of planet Earth. With the planet now a desolate wasteland and humans forced to live in underground cities, humanity wages a…
Premise: A mecha pilot from a generation spaceship is caught in a wormhole mishap and sent to a planet covered in water.
Ever 17 is a visual novel developed by the now defunct KID or Kindle Imagine Develop as a stand-alone part of their Infinity series. The visual novel was first released in 2002 on Dreamcast and PS2. In 2003 it received a Japanese PC release before finally being released in English by the also now defunct Hirameki International in 2005. Needless to say official copies are nearly impossible to find at this point.