Go-Kaiger Go-Onger Tribute: What did they do to Speedor?

Thanks to a few unauthorized cameras, we were able to see and learn alot from this year’s Tokyo Toy Show, including a lot of upcoming stuff for Go-Kaiger. One of the big rumors we got out of the Go-Kaiger exhibit was the not-displayed Legend Machine for Go-Onger, which, according to the rumors so far, is an F1 Racer version of Engine Speedor. Here’s a sketch:

No one was actually allowed to bring cameras inside, so someone made this sketch of what it looks like and how it works. Go-KaiMachine Speedor is about 1.5 times bigger than the PatStriker, and can combine with either Go-KaiOh or Go-JyuJin. It’s also rumored that it will also double as the Turboranger‘s Grand Power, much like how Gaolion doubles for both the Gaoranger and Shinkenger Grand Powers, but this rumor is unconfirmed. Then again the whole of this rumor is still unconfirmed, so who knows for sure.

Aside from this, someone was able to take a pic of this:

It’s Go-KaiMachine FuuRaiMaru! The Grand Power for Hurricanger, FuuRaiMaru has can divie into five parts, with a special unfolding gimmick in the arms, and several shuriken-based weapons. And it also comes with a Seppujin helmet, prompting rumors that it can combine Go-KaiOh and Go-JyuJin into one larger robo.

And it looks like the Go-Kaigers are also getting a new weapon, a traditional Sentai Bazooka weapon, modeled after Go-KaiGalleon. It’s said to come with five RangerKeys.

That’s it for now, if I run into anything else, I’ll let you know!

-M.C., the Quantum Twin

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More Go-Kaiger Toy Pics: I know where there from now!

Here are some more pics from the Go-Kaiger both at the Tokyo Toy fair. Enjoy:

Okay then looks like we have the current and remaining RangerKey sets on display (with some very good shots of the Metallic Go-Kaiger Keys), another pic of the Metallic TyrannoRanger Key, a massive collection of Gashapon RangerKeys, with that Toys’R’Us exclusive Treasure Chest (which comes with 20 RangerKeys), and two views of the Go-KaiGalleon (and other Go-KaiMachines). I can’t say for sure, but given the size and detail on it, those could be the actual set props, maybe even the Hero Versions (that just means the big ones they use for up-close shots). Makes me really wish that I could have gone to see this. Oh well, maybe some day…

-M.C., the Quantum Twin

Kamen Rider App Game: Scanning Charge!

Namco Bandai released their new game at the 2011 Tokyo Toy Show, the Kamen Rider AR CARDASS game! The format is similar to the Ganbaride Arcade game, but for “iDevices” (smart devices) with a camera and iOS 4.0.

The game works similar to the Ganbaride Arcade Game, only instead of scanning the card, the AR system scans the AR code on the card to collect it’s info.

Here’s the official game description from iTunes:

“Call out a Kamen Rider from the AR logo written on your Carddass card! If you win the battle initiated with the rider that is challenged, the rider of the card can be registered to your collection! Build up your team with as many new riders as you can! See the official site for more details about the “Kamen Rider AR carddass!”

If you want to get the most out of the game, you’ll need to make sure that the card has the AR logo on it. Otherwise it won’t be compatible with the game. Even if you don’t have the cards for certain characters, you can use AR codes from other collectibles, such as special coins, or you can get special collectibles from Gashapon using the Collections feature.

Here’s a video demonstration of the app: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zByGkU3NKtI&feature=player_embedded

And the app itself is available in the Japanese iTunes store: http://itunes.apple.com/jp/app/id429607009?mt=8

-M.C., the Quantum Twin