Kamen Rider Climax Scramble (English Subs)

Kamen Rider Climax Scramble (English Subs)


Bandai Namco Games
Compatible with Nintendo™ Switch (SW)
Works on all systems sold worldwide, a correct regional account may be required for online features.
24h In stock, usually ships within 24hrs.

US$59.99

Manufacturer
Bandai Namco Games
Compatible With Nintendo™ Switch (SW)
Version
Works on all systems sold worldwide, a correct regional account may be required for online features.
24h In stock, usually ships within 24hrs
Price
US$59.99
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features

  • Unique to the Nintendo Switch, share the Joy-Con among 2 players and battle together, or against friends and family
  • Motion Controls take the battle to new heights, simply move the Joy-Con to attack!
  • From solo to multi-player, both young and old can enjoy this game!

description

Kamen Rider Climax Scramble will feature 31 different riders, from the first Heisei rider "Kuuga" to the latest Kamen Rider in Japan. It will guarantee to be a fun-filled action battle! A unique feature of the Nintendo Switch, players are able to share the Joy-Con with friends and family as a 2-player team or face off 1-on-1.

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further info

Official Release Date Nov 29, 2018
Language Japanese
Subtitles English
Genre Action
Version  Asia
PAX-Code PAX0009689592
Catalog No.  SXC-HAC-APG6A
Item Code  8885011013612
Players  1-4

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customer reviews

Average rating:  (4.5 out of 5)
Total votes:3

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tempyinggirl (1) on 24, Jan. 2019 09:38 (HKT)
The Game Lacks Challenge, But Great for Newbs
I find the controls of the game are too easy to master, unlike the PS2/PSP games. I didn't get a chance to play it more, but for someone that's been introduced to Toku, this game is perfect. I like how everything is in English and I do like the intro movie. I say get the game if you want an introduction to Kamen Rider, but if you're a diehard fan, I say skip it.
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jasweek (1) on 31, Dec. 2018 01:50 (HKT)
Really enjoying it.
We're big fans of the franchise, and this is the first Kamen Rider game we've played with English subtitles. It's great to experience the story while still keeping the original Japanese voices. The game is pure fun, can jump in and play any unlocked rider in the battle mode against other riders you can hand-pick or randomize. Lots of fun.
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joncino123 (1) on 22, Dec. 2018 11:41 (HKT)
A Scramble of Potential, but fun nonetheless
Kamen Rider: Climax Scramble (or Climax Scramble Zi-O from the Menus) is the sequel to Climax Fighters on the PS4, and the second in the revitalized Climax Series. With a lengthy campaign mode and 32 playable characters spanning 20 years of Heisei goodness, what's not to love?

Sadly a bunch. The Campaign mode is dull and uninteresting and just a massive excuse to get these riders to fight eachother, which is fine if dialogue was grand and appropriate to the characters and their interactions, you could salvage this story mode if the interactions between characters is well written, but it sadly isn't. You need to play the Story Mode in order to unlock riders, so you're gonna go from fight to fight doing the exact same notions to unlock more and more riders, which is fine with small bursts, but trying to marathon though just breaks your spirit faster. I recommend doing the story mode in small increments if you find the combat boring.

Speaking of the combat, theres now a Joycon motion mode for the kids to play and a normal mode for players which I am still learning, mostly because their is no tutorial. You are just kinda thrown into the story mode to get the riders and the game doesn't teach you through the story.

Honestly it's just because the game has been boring to me, because it does not do much to push the envelope (Plus Smash Ultimate came on the same day so its fighting game fatigue), but nevertheless, when the dialogue was good, it was good and when I got to play as other riders, I can see they all had distinct moves and combos. I just need to learn the combat to understand the game, and I shouldnt judge a game as garbage if I cannot even play. Now if you excuse me, i'm going to go try and unlock Drive because Drive is the best rider.
Dont @ Me.
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