• https://twitter.com/RaiohV ShinkaRaioh

    I’m totally Ok with side scroller love them, and one can never have enough Kamen Rider!!!!!

    And man is it just me or are there a lot of Anniversaries this year and the following one? It’s like crazy planned from some evil mind that wants to get all our money…!!

    • http://wiredjungle.wordpress.com/ DrakosAmatras

      Well, from what I noticed: Yes, Toei (and possibly Bandai as well, since it’s the official merchandiser) has been milking the milestone events in the past couple of years. There was Kamen Rider Decade in 2009 (10th Heisei Rider), and Kamen Rider W in 2010 (officially “Heisei Kamen Rider 10th Anniversary Project”). This year, there’s Kamen Rider OOO, the “unofficial” 40th KR milestone, plus holding the 1000th KR episode overall; and that makes three milestones in a row, by the way. The official 40th is the upcoming series called “Kamen Rider 40 (Fōze)”. Not to mention Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger in the same year. But enough of that.

      Concerning the game itself, I’m somewhat skeptical. It’s not because I don’t like the franchise; far from it. It’s just that Bandai has never handled the Kamen Rider games well; most of the Heisei KR games have been rushed, cheap cash-ins. It didn’t help that they hired a cheap developer until the recent Climax Heroes series. And even that series started to find a little ground in quality only after the third updated remake; not to mention all three of them used their respective currently-airing Riders as the selling point, focusing development effort in them but not much in other characters.

      My point is that Bandai is quite competent when it comes to toys. But games? I have yet to find a game that gives me confidence in them.

      • Exkaiser

        I’m a little more hopeful for this one than the usual Heisei games, but perhaps that’s just my love of the original Double Riders overriding my normal skepticism.

        At the very least, it’ll give Stronger and Kabuto an excuse to team up in a game, and nothing bad can come of that.

      • Kibbitz

         While I count myself not having faith in Bandai either for this, I’ll give this a chance. Sidescrolling beatemups are my favourite and we really don’t have any companies making these nowadays, save Marvellous with its Ikkitousen series and a handful of other groups which I didn’t like their games for some reasons or others. Also miss having Rider beatemups since… I think it was the SNES era stuff.

        • http://wiredjungle.wordpress.com/ DrakosAmatras

          True, true. At least having all the Riders in one game would be a plus. I just hope they’re all balanced. I wonder who the developer is gonna be, internal or external.

          • Kibbitz

             While I’m with you on the developer, I honestly won’t hold my breath for balance. Modern Riders have way too many gimmicks and do-dads, and will probably still be far more flexible with only a fraction of their forms and abilities. Doesn’t mean the game won’t be fun though, we’ll see in due time. August isn’t that far away.

  • LynxAmali

    I’m seeing levels in the screens. Possibily that this a a side scrolling beat em up RPG? 

    • http://flailthroughs.blogspot.com Flailthroughs

      I hope so. Experience points make everything better.

  • http://twitter.com/sonofgodzilla Monsieur Désespoir

    It looks a lot like the Bandai toku games that were released on the Dreamcast ~ which isn’t a bad think, I guess. I spent weeks playing Super Hero Retsuden.

  • ipatz

    This look interesting. I hope it has vs. mode for re-play value too.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Will-Jay/100001526135754 Will Jay

    I’ve known of this for a while.

    VERY excited.

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