|This article is about a video game in Kamen Rider Ex-Aid.|
Famista (ファミスタ, Famisuta), full title Family Stadium (ファミリースタジアム, Famirī Sutajiamu) is a video game based on the original game released by Bandai Namco Entertainment Inc., which serves as the basis for the Famista Gashat.
Famista is an arcade baseball sports game.
Famista was one of three Bandai Namco Gashats, along with Pac Adventure and Xevious, which were held by "Dr. Pac-Man", appearing as an antagonist to Kamen Rider Genm. [Part. I: Legend Rider Stage] In reality, rather than the late Michihiko Zaizen, this "Dr. Pac-Man" was actually Parado, who at that time was working with Kuroto Dan in a scheme which saw him carrying the Bandai Namco Gashats, evidently intending to collect their data, while Genm worked on the legend Rider Gashats which he compiled into Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbarizing. [Part. III: Final Legend Stage]
Receiving the Famista Gashat from "Dr. Pac-Man", Kamen Rider Brave assumed the Famista Gamer to engage the Kamen Riders summoned by Genm's Ganbarizing Gashat. Finding himself acting as a baseball pitcher in the Game Area, Brave prevailed against the batter Kamen Rider OOO and his team of Bugster Viruses before finishing them with Famista's Critical Strike. However, for reasons unknown, this did not clear the game. [Part. II: Legend Gamer Stage]
The game was ultimately cleared by Ex-Aid through besting Ganbarizing's Kamen Rider Hibiki using a fourth Gashat, Taiko no Tatsujin. His task completed, "Dr. Pac-Man" recovered the four Bandai Namco Gashats as well as the Ganbarizing Gashat from the doctor Riders before returning with Genm to Genm Corp. his base, where they were added to Dan's assembly of seventeen Heisei Rider Gashats as he noted that everything was proceeding according to plan. [Part. III: Final Legend Stage]
- Though the Famista Gashat's Level has not been officially identified, the Famista Gamer is a remodel of the Level 3 Beat Gamer.
- The Famista Gashat is unique in that it is the only Gashat to have its name on the label in Japanese instead of in English. As such, the titling that shows during its Critical Strike/Finish preludes are all in full Japanese text.
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