With its release just a few days away, Dengeki Online had posted the latest batch of in-game screenshots and information for the first Kamen Rider game on PlayStation 3, Kamen Rider Battride War (仮面ライダー バトライド・ウォー). This centers around Kamen Riders OOO, the recently revealed W Fang Joker, and Agito.
Kamen Rider OOO can freely change into another combo, but keep in mind that using one for a long time is dangerous. Mix-n-match combos and BraKaWani Combo are not available in the game. All combos can use the RideVender
Each combo had their own abilities. TaToBa Combo can use the Medajalibur and the TaToBa Kick. GataKiriBa can electrocute enemies and multiply to perform a Rider Kick. RaToraTa can use the Lion's blinding light and Cheetah's fast legs. SaGoZo is a power type. TaJaDor can shoot fireballs and of course, fly. And Shauta can use his whips.
OOO's power-up is Kamen Rider OOO PuToTyra Combo. He can use the Medagabryu to perform his finishing attack. He also can utilize both the Ptera wings on his head, and the Tyrannosaurus tail to attack the enemies.
Kamen Rider W Fang Joker is a speed type character. It is located on a different slot than the regular, form-changing Kamen Rider W. He can use the Arm Fang and Shoulder Fang, with the latter can be executed while freely moving on the stage.
He also have the special ability to sacrifice defense and increase the power and speed, somewhat similar to that of going berserk. Its finisher, the Fang Streizer.
Lastly, here's Kamen Rider Agito (Toshiki Kashu). He can freely change between Flame, Storm and Trinity Forms, with Ground as the balanced form, Flame having stronger but less mobility and speed, while Storm is more fast but having less power.
Agito's power up is Kamen Rider Shining Form. Sadly, no screens of Agito riding on the Machine Tornader was present.
Kamen Rider Battride War features 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 will also be featuring some of the original actors returning and voicing their respective roles.
Kamen Rider Battride War 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!
Additional translations courtesy of Thunder025
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