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NERF THEM!!! - How Ex-Aid's Riders are Overpowered


In this vlog, let's address an issue - Kamen Rider Ex-Aid is OP!!!!! Watch more to find out.




 Ex-Aid, in Hyper Muteki Game, may be the most powerful rider in history (in terms of raw strength, at least).

CORRECTION: I accidentally called Kamen Rider Wizard "Souma", instead of "Haruto".

Also, something went a little off while editing. I apologize for the sudden glitch around the 24:16 mark.

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4 Responses
  1. Anonymous Says:

    Also, he's invincible. He may be beaten or whatever, but he won't be forced out of tranformation. And he can basically teleport, as seen in the battle between him and parad.


  2. I didn't get a chance to watch the vlog, but I just wanted to say that Ex-Aid's Riders NEEDED to be overpowered. Their villain kept snatching victory every time he almost seemed defeated :D


  3. Anonymous Says:

    Masamune was consistently trying to rig the game in his favor. This has been very apparent even before he took the Chronos mantle. Not to mention the fight with Gamedeus was also their hardest since it was pretty much a one man army. If the riders did not get power boosts, the story would have gone into a different direction. One other factor is that even though Ex-Aid is the strongest, he is also a major weak point in the team where if he gets eliminated the other riders will subsequently fail as well since they can only switch between the Hyper upgrade for 10 seconds.


  4. Also, don't video games playable characters tend to be pretty overpowered in their own settings ?


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