Kamen Rider: Travelers Senki announced for 3DS

Arc System Works has a new 3DS dungeon RPG, too.

Kamen Rider: Travelers Senki is in development for 3DS from All Kamen Rider Rider Generation developer Seventh Chord, this week’s issue of Famitsu reveals.

Due out on November 28 in Japan, it is an action adventure game featuring the Riders of the Heisei era. Kamen Rider Wizard, W, and OOO will appear. When a battle starts, the bottom 3DS screen will become the player’s transformation belt, which they can touch to transform. In combat, which adopts the linear motion battle system, players can run in every direction while fighting.

Development is currently 70 percent complete.

In other 3DS-related news, Arc System Works is working on a new dungeon RPG for 3DS called Seisou no Amazones, which features all female characters, and will launch in Japan on November 14. It is set on Prison Planet, an asylum of prisoners, where players will select a prisoner and attempt to escape. Character design is being handled by Miyama Zero, and the theme song will be “Kiseki,” sung by Asuza Tadokoro, who plays one of the female ninja. Development is currently 70 percent complete.

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