Dynasty Warriors like Kamen Rider Game Arriving for the PS3

Written by Chad

January 17, 2013



A Kamen Rider game for the PlayStation 3 was announced by Namco Bandai entitled Kamen Rider Battride War, a teaser site was revealed last night and finally they revealed some details about the game.

This will be the first Kamen Rider game for the PlayStation 3 as most of its games were ported for the PlayStation Portable and the Nintendo Wii.

The game will feature a Dynasty Warrior-like gameplay where you will battling against hundreds of enemies, another feature is the ability to use their signature motorcycles to attack enemies and rescue allies. The info indicates that some of the main Heisei era Kamen Riders will be playable, this includes Den-O, Kabuto, 000, W, Fourze and the latest Kamen Rider Wizard, plus you will be able to use their special abilities or modes in the game. Some rumors stated that the Showa era Kamen Riders will be available as DLCs.




Another mode called Chronicle Mode lets you help the riders regain their memories, letting you recreate some of their famous scene in the TV series.

The standard edition will be priced at 7,480 Yen while the Premium TV Sound Edition is priced at 10,480 Yen which includes 30 extra music tracks from various series, the tracks can be used as custom soundtracks in the game.


Kamen Rider Battride War is scheduled to release in Japan on May 28, check out their teaser site here: http://www.bandaigames.channel.or.jp/list/btw/


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