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DX White Wizard Driver Review

Here is a video review of the upcoming release of the DX White Wizard Driver from Kamen Rider Wizard, courtesy of YouTuber k2eizo. See the demonstration of the White Wizard Rings and the sounds they produce.

The release comes with Change and Explosion Wizard Rings. Slated for release this May, for 6300 yen.

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8 Responses
  1. The name of White Wizard is TheOrigin. KUURUUU!!!!

  2. Anonymous Says:

    can't wait for white wizard to reveal its human form... or maybe it won't happen (they just want the white wizard to be a mysterious people in the series.)

  3. May Says:

    I love how suave as hell the henshin tune is, and how it whispers the magic tune. Sexy as hell

  4. Anonymous Says:

    This driver is awesome! So many changes to existing rings! And no "please" but "now" instead but thats just cos its the White wizard. No one can beat him.

  5. VamolaKyoryuger Says:

    ano may 16th 10:48 pm actually white wizard claimed that infinity is more than he is and he wouldn't stand a chance

  6. Anonymous Says:

    White Wizard has to be Wiseman! Look at the differences of the "fingertips" between Wizard's driver & W.W's. driver.

  7. Anonymous Says:

    This one sexy ass kamen rider belt. I love it. This is a must buy if you already collected the wizard rings. The CHANGE NOW is interesting how it has a henshin sound. So that obviously means that the white wizard is somebody. I'm seriously guessing it's the wiseman. Just wait till the episode where he busts out the white wizard driver. The magic words. PLEASE GO NOW!!!!

  8. Anonymous Says:

    The belt goes "NOW!" because that's how the White Wizard Gets Sh*t Done! - Buy Video Games for Consoles and PC - From Japan, Korea and other Regions
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