New Climax Heroes Fourze Screenshots: OOO still kicks ass, even in someone elses game. Lol

Hey, the newest rounds of screenshots from the upcoming game Kamen Rider Climax Heroes Fourze have been released, this time featuring the new tag-team system, and all the updates to OOO in this game, which includes all of his added Combos, new attacks, and some tag-team action with Birth and Proto-Birth. So where’s Fourze suppose to come in? ūüėõ

In this set, we see OOO using ShaUTa and TaJaDoru against various opponents. With these two, OOO has several projectile attacks available. And he has finishers for all of his Combos, such as the TaJaDoru final attack “Prominence Drop” shown above.

Featured here, we have the two strongest Combos available to OOO, the PuToTyra and BuraKaWani Combos. We can see BuraKaWani using his finisher “Warning Ride”, and PuToTyra is using the ever popular Tail Whip (which is [effective]).

Now we come to Kamen Rider Birth, who has full access to his BirthDay form, as well as his individual armaments. And OOO has to steal the spotlight again, this time with three of his Combos, GataKiriBa, RaToraTa, and SaGoZo.

And finally we have these screenshots showing the new tag-team system, with the two Births fighiting Ichigo, and OOO and Birth teaming up to take down W. Depending on which characters are paired together, there will be special team-up combos and finishers.

Kamen Rider Climax Heroes Fourze will be released for the PSP and Wii in December for 5981 yen.

-M.C., the Quantum Twin

Climax Heroes Fourze Cover Art Revealed: Riders on Parade!

Here’s the cover art for the upcoming Climax Heroes installment Kamen Rider Climax Heroes Fourze. The game itself comes out December 2011 for 5891 yen.

What I would like to know is, why did they go with two different covers for the different versions of the game? Why not just stick with one or another? Anyway, what I really want to know is, which is your favorite? Do you prefer the PSP version’s cover art, or the Wii’s? From an artistic POV, I prefer the PSP version more, though from a marketing perspective, the Wii’s version get’s the point of the game across slightly better. What do you think?

-M.C., the Quantum Twin

Super Sentai Battle:Ranger Cross First TV Spot!

The first 30-second TV spot for the upcoming game Super Sentai Battle: Ranger Cross has aired, and now that commercial has made its way to YouTube! Check out the preview below:

Don’t you just feel as excited as the kids in that commercial!!! (Okay, maybe not that excited, but still).

In the game, the Go-Kaigers go up against the villain Devil Jark, whose sole mission is to prevent our heroes from obtaining the Greatest Treasure in the Universe. You play as the five teams mentioned before (Go-Kaiger, Goseiger, Shinkenger, Go-Onger, and Goranger), and fight a villain each round both on foot and in a giant robot fight!

The game will be available September 8th for the Wii, and includes a DX Go-KaiRed RangerKey.

-M.C., the Quantum Twin

Super Sentai Battle: Ranger Cross Trailer

The first full promotional trailer for the upcoming Super Sentai Wii game title Super Sentai Battle: Ranger Cross has been released. It features five sentais, including Go-Kaiger, Goseiger, Shinkenger, Go-Onger, and Goranger, in a Musou-style combat game where, like in the series, you have to fight the main monster on foot, and then finish them off in the team mecha! Let’s check out the trailer:

Not bad, not bad at all. And for having so many characters, they didn’t have to sacrifice too much in the way of character and gameplay resolution.

Super Sentai Battle: Ranger Cross will be available September 8th for 5800 yen.

-M.C., the Quantum Twin

Super Sentai Battle: Ranger Cross Gameplay Preview: Shortest gameplay trailer EVER!

Well, it’s been three months since the announcement, and now we can finally see some gameplay footage from the upcoming Super Sentai game for the Wii, Super Sentai Battle: Ranger Cross. Take a look:

Yes, I know that it’s super short and has no sound, but you at least get to see it.

Anyway, Ranger Cross features FIVE different Sentais and dual ground/giant robot fight sequences. The teams include: Go-Kaiger, Goseiger, Shinkenger, Go-Onger, and Goranger.

The game will be available in Japan on September 8th for 5800 yen.

-M.C., the Quantum Twin

Power Rangers Samurai Wii Game Reveals: Nothing says “Power Rangers” Videogame like unoriginal coverart.

Ok, so Gamestop¬†has already put up their page for the Upcoming Power Rangers Samurai Wii Game, including MSRP, the possible cover art, and it’s release date. Here’s the current image for the cover art:

Currently the price is set at $39.99 and is set for release on 9/1/11 (Sept. 1st). The release date is a bit unexpected, as¬†it was anticipated to be released by the holiday season, but¬†an earlier release wouldn’t be detrimental to sales.¬†I’ll¬†admit that I don’t have a Wii, so I won’t be able to play it. But if you do, then go and preorder it from Gamestop right now!

Gamestop PRS Game page:

-M.C., the Quantum Twin

Power Rangers Samurai E3 Announcement: Why’s it just for the Wii?

Recent news from Namco states that at their conference at E3, they will be announcing the official Power Rangers Samurai game, currently for the Wii, and they’ve already uploaded their game trailer onto YouTube. Link to the video here:¬†The game is expected to be released this holiday season, along with a version of the game for the Nintendo DS.

E3 itself has been very exciting itself, with two new console debuts and so many awesome-looking game titles announced so far. I would go more into it, but this isn’t a gaming blog.

Also in Japan, they recently announced a Go-Kaiger Wii game, so now¬†I understand why ¬†the Samurai game will be Nintendo only. It’s called Super Sentai Battle: Ranger Cross and features five teams: Go-Kaiger, Goseiger, Shinkenger, Go-Onger, and Goranger. It will be coming out this fall. Here’s a promotional poster for it, along with a link to the official Bandai Games website for it:

And on a final note, Saban Brands has announced that they will be at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, and that the cast of Power Rangers Samurai will be there as part of their exhibition. And you could win VIP treatment by entering the “Power Rangers Power Con” Contest! For more details, just check out their Facebook Page here: And for more details about Comic-Con itself, check here:

That’s it as far as any big convention or gaming news for toku stuff is concerned at the moment. If anything else pos up, I’ll be sure to let you know.

-M.C., the Quantum Twin