Today Bandai Namco announced a brand new Kamen Rider game titled Kamen Rider: Memory of Heroez. Apparently, they acquired a taste for slapping Zs into their titles.
The game will be released in Japan for PS4 and Nintendo Switch on October 29, 2020, with pre-orders becoming available on July 27.
This hero action game includes battles based on playing with transforming Kamen Riders and their unique gadgets. It’s described as “a more advanced experience” than previous games dedicated to the historical tokusatsu franchise. To be more specific, the genre is defined “Hero Chain Action.”
It’ll come with a standard edition priced at 7,600 yen plus taxes and a “Premium Sound” edition marked at 11,800 yen plus taxes.
At the moment, there is no word at all about the possibility of a western release.
You can check out the trailer below.
Kamen Rider is one of the most long-lasting TV shows in the history of humanity, having continued to air in Japan with annual series all the way since 1971.
It’s so much of a staple on Japanese TV that the periods of broadcasting are named after eras of the local calendar. The latest series is titled Kamen Rider Zero-One, and started in September 2019.