New Kamen Rider game featuring Zero-One, OOO and W set to release on current generation consoles this fall
Bandai Namco Entertainment Inc. have announced a new action game for PS4 and Nintendo Switch titled KAMEN RIDER memory of heroez to be released on October 29, 2020. The plot of the game involves Kamen Rider Zero-One finding himself investigating an accident on Sector City, an island known for its tourism that has become filled with mysterious energy and an unknown threat. Throughout the game’s original story, Zero-One will cross paths with Kamen Rider W and Kamen Rider OOO as he learns about the shared sense of justice that all Kamen Riders have.
The game play will focus on “Hero Chain Action”, which is designed to connect attacks together with form changes and gadget action unique to each Rider, such as the Candroids or Memory Gadgets. Players will be able to progress the story missions as any of the three Riders. However, certain bonuses will be made available depending on which Rider you play as. Normal battles and tense boss fights will need to be overcome by chaining together a large combination of attacks. Continuing his role from Kamen Rider Zero-One, Fumiya Takahashi will provide the voice for Zero-One. As for the the other Kamen Riders, Yoshimasa Hosoya will provide the voice for Shotaro, Koki Uchiyama will voice Philip, and Tatsuhisa Suzuki will voice Kamen Rider OOO.
The regular version of KAMEN RIDER memory of heroez will retail for 7,600 yen for either console. The premium sound edition will retail for 11,800 yen and comes with the opening themes and insert songs from each of the three Kamen Rider’s respective series. You can check out the first trailer for the game with English subtitles below at the 13:42 mark.