Kamen Rider: SummonRide dated in Japan

Skylanders-esque Kamen Rider out in December.

Kamen Rider: Battride War II

Kamen Rider: SummonRide will launch for PlayStation 3 and Wii U in Japan on December 4 for 8,550 yen (9,234 yen with tax), this week’s Famitsu reveals.

The NFC-based Kamen Rider is set in a different world on the verge of destruction. Players will summon Riders in the game using “Ride Figures” a la games like Disney Infinity and Skylanders. “Ride Figures” are placed on the “Ride Gate” and appear in the game, and “Ride Chips” can be used to strengthen characters or summon support characters.

The retail box will include a Ride Gate, three Ride Figures, three Power-Up Ride Chips, and one Comrade Ride Chip.

16 characters are participating, including:

  • Kamen Rider Drive
  • Kamen Rider Kuuga
  • Kamen Rider Agito
  • Kamen Rider Ryuki
  • Kamen Rider 555
  • Kamen Rider Blade
  • Kamen Rider Hibiki
  • Kamen Rider Kabuto
  • Kamen Rider Den-O
  • Kamen Rider Kiva
  • Kamen Rider Decade
  • Kamen Rider W
  • Kamen Rider OOO
  • Kamen Rider Fourze
  • Kamen Rider Wizard
  • Kamen Rider Gaim

The game supports four-player co-op.

Thanks, Hachima Kikou.

(Pictured: Kamen Rider: Battride War II.)

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