This week's issue of Famitsu magazine revealed a new Kamen Rider game for Nintendo 3DS. All Kamen Rider: Rider Revolution is a side-scrolling action game featuring, as you might have guessed from the title, loads of Riders, and it's due out this fall in Japan. Read on for more.
Kamen Rider Amazons, a tokusatsu series with a darker tone inspired by the 1974 Kamen Rider Amazon, is coming in July to BS Asahi and Tokyo MX, and now a bloody new trailer teases what the series has in store. Hit the jump to see the Riders shed some serious cyborg juice.
Japan is getting a double whammy of spandex-clad superheroes and rampaging rubber monsters this summer as the latest iterations of the Kamen Rider and Super Sentai series strike movie theaters together at the same time. After the jump watch the new trailer for this thrilling combo!
Tokusatsu fans will have a lot to look forward to in the near future, because the web-exclusive Kamen Rider Amazons series is receiving a re-edited TV broadcast beginning in July of 2016, and a 2nd season is scheduled for Spring of 2017. Hit the jump to learn more.
The Japanese branch of Amazon has revealed a dozen original productions for its Prime servce in an announcement made by Amazon Japan president Jasper Cheung, Amazon Studios chief Roy Price and Amazon Japan content head James Farrell. Covering a range of genres, the slate includes several live-action dramas and tokusatsu special effects heroes. More after the jump.
Drive Sage: Kamen Rider Mach / Kamen Rider Heart - the 2nd spin-off series based on Toei's 2014 - 2015 tokusatsu TV show, Kamen Rider Drive - is coming in November to Japanese home video via Toei's V Cinema label. Hit the jump to henshin.
Kamen Rider: Battride War Genesis may be out in Japan, but that doesn't mean there isn't more stuff to preview. In addition to all the Riders already available, Bandai Namco will be releasing more Heisei-era Riders as free DLC throughout March. Kamen Rider Specter arrives on March 10, followed by Chaser on March 17 and Ghost Toucon Boost Damashii on March 24, and you can see them in action after the jump.
Takeshi Hongo / Kamen Rider # 1 (portrayed by actor Hiroshi Fujioka) is teaming up with the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department in a public service campaign encouraging people to fight the evils of addiction and drug abuse. Hit the jump to learn more.