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Ryoji Morimoto Voices Joker Undead in Kamen Rider Battride War


The official blog of Kamen Rider Battride War confirms that Ryoji Morimoto will be reprising his role as the Joker Undead for the first Kamen Rider game for the PlayStation 3.

Morimoto, along with the other Kamen Rider Blade actors, previously reprised the role in last year's Kamen Rider Super Climax Heroes, among many others. This time, Morimoto recorded new lines specifically for Joker Undead. It's not yet announced if Chalice will also be in the game.

The game's main feature is the Chronicle Mode, where riders from Kuuga to Wizard fights against a horde of kaijins, revisiting famous places from the TV series, trying to regain their lost memories.

It was previously announced that actors Masahiro Inoue, Kimito Totani, Kazuhisa Kawahara, Takayuki Tsubaki, and Kousei Amano will reprise their roles as Decade, Diend, Super Apollo Geist, Blade, and Garren respectively.

Two additional modes have also been revealed — Free Mission and Rider Road. More character screenshots can also be viewed on the official website.

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!

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3 Responses
  1. Anonymous Says:

    Oh please have Chalice show up in the game.


  2. Shad Says:

    I want this game more and more.


  3. Anonymous Says:

    In the top picture you can see text which might be subs if you can put them in english Ill buy it


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