Kamen Rider Ghost, the newest entry in the Kamen Rider tokusatsu live-action series, has been officially announced with an October 2015 release date on TV Asahi. Hit the jump to learn the details.
Tokuriki Honten, a Japanese manufacturer who specializes in precious metals, has unveiled a pair of statues depicting the hero of the 1971 Kamen Rider television series. The catch? These statues are made of solid gold. Hit the jump to learn more.
A new late night radio program hosted by Shigenori Takatera will bring a tokusatsu perspective to the city of Chōfu. Hit the jump to learn more.
Bandai Namco Games released some new trailers for crossover dungeon-crawler Lost Heroes 2, showing off the characters making appearances from the Ultraman, Kamen Rider, and Gundam worlds. See Ultraman Mebius, God Gundam, Kamen Rider Fourze, and more along with a quick story introduction after the jump.
Bandai Namco's Lost Heroes mixes the worlds of Kamen Rider, Ultraman, and Gundam in a meaty RPG stew. The 3DS game includes staff members who previously worked on games like Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey and the Etrian Odyssey series, and there's plenty of heroic dungeon crawling featured in the latest 6+ minute trailer after the jump.
Toei’s unstoppable Kamen Rider superhero franchise goes to movies yet again this winter season with a new flick entitled Kamen Rider X Kamen Rider Drive & Gaim Movie Wars 2015: Full Throttle. Watch the explosive trailer after the jump!
What's cuter than an adorable puppy? An adorable puppy dressed up in an even more adorable Kamen Rider costume, of course! Hit the jump to check out the costumes!
Following up on last month's preview, Bandai Namco Games is back with a second Kamen Rider: SummonRide trailer. See over five minutes of the NFC (Near Field Communication) figure-powered action after the jump.
If you saw some of our previous posts on Kamen Rider: SummonRide, you know Bandai Namco is attempting to crack the Skylanders/Disney Infinity cash cow code with a game designed around a similar NFC (Near Field Communication) figure gimmick. Hit the jump to see the full contents of the box.
Last week we posted details about Kamen Rider: SummonRide, which brings Skylanders-style NFC (Near Field Communication) figure action to the franchise. Bandai Namco is here with the first promotional video, showing off the Ride Gate and Ride Figures, how they transition into the game, and more after the jump.
Announced last month, Kamen Rider: SummonRide is Bandai Namco's way of getting in on collectible NFC (Near Field Communication) figure-powered games. This week's issue of Japanese gaming mag Famitsu reveals the release date, which has the four-player co-op action coming to PlayStation 3 and Wii U in Japan on December 4. Hit the jump for more.
Bandai Namco Games has a new Kamen Rider game on the way to PlayStation 3 and Nintendo Wii U in Japan this December, and it looks like they're hoping to get in on some of that Skylanders/Disney Infinity style loot. Kamen Rider: SummonRide lets players place special Kamen Rider NFC figures in the game via a proprietary device, so let the collecting begin after the jump.