Kamen Rider: Battride War Japanese TV spot - Gematsu
Kamen Rider: Battride War Japanese TV spot
posted on 03.03.13 at 09:07 PM EST by (@salromano)
Including your first glimpse at gameplay footage.

Kamen Rider: Battride War

Namco Bandai has published the debut TV spot for Kamen Rider: Battride War, its upcoming PlayStation 3 musou-type game. Towards the end, you’ll get your first glimpse of gameplay footage. The game’s out on May 23 in Japan. Watch the commercial below.

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  • Kurisu Makise

    Where’d all Gematsu’s Kamen Rider fans go D= Surely I’m not the only one. Ah well, I’m pretty excited about this game, especially if the audio is true to the tv series.

    • Revorse

      I’m pretty excited. As soon as I can pony up the cash and find a site I’ll order it. I just recently finished all the Hesei Era Riders minus Agito and Kuuga and I can’t wait to finally control a Kamen Rider. Especially Wizard, he’s become my favorite, just based on the way he fights.

    • Kobracon

      I can’t wait for it either :D

    • Pyrofrost

      I have mine preordered <3

      • Kurisu Makise

        Most excellent, I’m going to *try* to do the same. Play-Asia I presume? Between trying to slide in for a Vita, as well as Ultimate Ninja Storm 3, Tomb Raider, and Neptunia this month alone…makes me feel a bit nervous. However I’m looking forward to playing an import title even if I miss it by a little.

        • Pyrofrost

          Yeah, I have mine on Play-Asia; however, I tend to check between two sites on a regular basis: Play-Asia and yesasia

          I find that these two offer the best pricing and they also price against each other competitively. I happened to have some PA credit and a coupon. So I ordered it from PA even though it’s cheaper at yesasia

  • Budgiecat

    They should make a commercial where they all stand in line and do the Harlem Shake…

  • PrinceHeir

    looks awesome :D

    im still surprise this is being made by Namco and not Koei O____O

    • Kurisu Makise

      Namco (read Bandai) always handles Kamen Rider (and Super Sentai).

  • HassanJamal

    Game looks amazing.