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Kamen Rider Battride War: Chronicle Mode

Kamen Rider Battride main story mode will be called Chronicle mode where the Kamen Riders regain their lost memories. The first Kamen Rider game for the PlayStation 3 is slated to be released this May.

The powerful villains defeated by the 14 Heisei Kamen Riders are back and wants to take revenge on their defeat. The Kamen Riders must join forces, and again bring peace to the world.

Taking place in a parallel universe, the Kamen Riders must clear specific missions, which is split into different chapters, to regain their memories and special abilities. And along the way, solve the mysteries behind this parallel universe.

Before the start of each chapter, you can choose which character or Kamen Rider to use. Depending on each mission, there will be certain Riders to pick from, you can also collect figures throughout your play and use their abilities to power each Rider.

On certain missions, other Kamen Riders can join you on a fight. And like any other game, the chapter will be completed once you defeated the main boss or cleared your mission requirements. You will then be prompted on the "mission clear" screen, showing your current EXP and LVL, and special skills and regain memories.

Last week, the game's second promo and new game screens for its Chronicle Mode have been revealed, where riders from Kuuga to Wizard fights against a horde of kaijins, revisiting famous places from the TV series! Although you can fight them by foot, bikes play a big part in the game.

It was then announced that Kazuhisa Kawahara will be lending his voice for Kamen Rider Decade's Super Apollo Geist.

Kamen Rider: Battle Ride Wars will be released this May 23rd for 7480 yen, and 10,480 yen for PREMIUM TV SOUND EDITION which include 30 songs from the works scheduled to be featured in the game (available until August 2013). Pre-order now at CDJapan and get exciting bonuses!

Source: Official Website via Siliconera

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6 Responses
  1. So hyped for this game LOL Even if it's not super amazing it's definitely a step in an interesting direction and can only really get better from here

  2. King Says:


    Is it just me, or isn't that "Hidden Forbidden Sacrament"?

  3. KamenWeaver Says:

    I would by this day one if it got a North American release. Like I don't even need English voice actors, I just want subtitles and Menu translation, that can't be too hard right? Right?......guys?

  4. Anonymous Says:

    Fist of the North Star got an American and European release, right?

    Can't see why this wouldn't.

  5. Anonymous Says:

    Beacause Kamen Rider isn't famous at all in the USA.

  6. Anonymous Says:

    You can't see why this wouldn't? Really? I mean, I don't mean to sound like a dick, but... Kamen Rider, and tokusatsu just isn't popular enough (at all) in the west to waste resources doing that. How many people at your school/place of work actively talk about Kamen Rider? I'm sure most of them are too busy talking about Call of Duty or tits, maybe even both. Then there's two things you're missing: Fist of The North Star is actually somewhat known in the west, but besides that, it was made by Koei, the Dynasty Warriors guys, yes. And they pretty much release damn near all their games to the west. I don't even know who's publishing this game, pretty sure it's not Koei, though.

    I'm just glad to see a console Kamen Rider game. I don't know when I'll import it, but I know damn well I will eventually. - Buy Video Games for Consoles and PC - From Japan, Korea and other Regions
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