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Kamen Rider Climax Scramble in Japan known as Kamen Rider: Climax Scramble Zi-O (仮面ライダークライマックススクランブルジオウ Kamen Raidā Kuraimakkusu Sukuranburu Jiō) is a game for the Nintendo Switch that features the new rider, Zi-O. It is the seventh installment of the Climax series. [1]

Along with the original Japanese release, an English localization for the game was confirmed for release in several Asian countries with English subtitles.[2]A Korean localization was also confirmed by Daewon Media to be released in Korea with Korean voices. A Chinese localization was confirmed by Bandai Namco Taiwan & Bandai Namco Hong Kong to be released in Taiwan & Hong Kong with Traditional Chinese subtitles.

Story

Episode 1

A mysterious ring of 270 diameters appeared in the sky, and both Sougo Tokiwa and Geiz Myoukouin head to investigate. However, they encounter a supposedly evil Sento Kiryu who attacks them. With the three transformed, the two defeat Build, who claims he is the real deal as he escapes into thin air.

Episode 2

The two continue to investigate the area, before being ambushed by Ryuga Banjo. The two fight Cross-Z and defeat him, who then revealed that both Build and he are from a different time, and vow to come back with him to defeat Zi-O and Geiz, before running off.

Episode 3

That night, Sougo and Geiz re-encounter Sento and Ryuga, however, Geiz notices that the two Riders weren't referring to anyone any their civilian names, but their Rider names, raising his suspicions. Ryuga then suggests a tag-team battle. Zi-O and Geiz manage to win, however, it results in a black haze coming out of Build and Cross-Z, which seeps deep underground. Regaining their composure, Build and Cross-Z are confused as to what was going on and notices both Sougo and Geiz and calls them by their civilian names. Sento and Geiz meet for the first time. The last thing Sento and Ryuga remember was a shadow that was right outside Nascita, which they deduce to be the culprit in this mysterious phenomenon. Sento and Ryuga become surprised to find out that they've time traveled to 2018 from 2017, but until they discover how Build and Cross-Z traveled from the past, they'll be staying to help Sougo and Geiz investigate. Sento wants to investigate Geiz's Time Machine, but he refused, thus Ryuga calls Sento a "mad scientist".

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Gameplay

Having the game based on Climax Fighters, Climax Scramble Zi-O is a 3D arena fighting game.

Characters

New Characters

Returning Characters

Voice Actors

Some actors reprise their roles:

Songs featured

Opening

Music by Shuta Sueyoshi of AAA and ISSA of DA PUMP, typically the opening theme of Kamen Rider Zi-O

Gallery

Notes

  • This is the first game since Kamen Rider: Climax Heroes Fourze to have the most recent Rider's name in the title.
  • This is the first entry in the Climax Heroes series to be an original Nintendo exclusive entry and not ported to or from another console, as the games prior were either console exclusives ported to other consoles with minor expansions to repackage the game or in rare cases multi-platform variants of the same game.
    • A perfect example is Climax Heroes W, the first Nintendo game entry, which was essentially the very first game with a small console exclusive expansion of playable characters, given its development was only 4 months behind the original's release.
  • It is also the first Kamen Rider game to be in an official home/portable console hybrid, which is currently only applied on Nintendo Switch.

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References

GI-04 Kamen Rider Video Games
Console Games
Kamen Rider (FM-7) - Kamen Rider Black: Taiketsu Shadow Moon - Kamen Rider Club - Kamen Rider SD: Sortie!! Rider Machines - Kamen Rider SD: The Ambition of Gran Shocker - The Masked Rider: Kamen Rider ZO - Kamen Rider (Super Famicom) - Kamen Rider (PS1) - Kamen Rider V3 - Kamen Rider Kuuga - Kamen Rider: The Bike Race - Kamen Rider Agito & Kuuga Wild Battle - Kamen Rider Agito - Kamen Rider Ryuki - Kamen Rider 555 - Kamen Rider Blade - Kamen Rider: Seigi no Keifu - Kamen Rider Hibiki - Kamen Rider Kabuto - Kamen Rider Dragon Knight (video game) - Kamen Rider Summonride
Climax Heroes Series
Climax Heroes - Climax Heroes W - Climax Heroes OOO - Climax Heroes Fourze - Super Climax Heroes - Climax Fighters - Climax Scramble
Battride War Series
Kamen Rider: Battride War - Kamen Rider: Battride War II - Kamen Rider: Battride War Genesis
Handheld Games
Handheld Console
Kamen Rider SD: Run! Mighty Riders - Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbaride Card Battle War - Kamen Rider Travelers Record - Kamen Rider Ghost: Game de Kaigan!! - Mighty Action X
All Kamen Rider Series
All Kamen Rider: Rider Generation - All Kamen Rider: Rider Generation 2 - All Kamen Rider: Rider Revolution
LCD Games
Henshin! Kamen Rider Black - Rider Club Fight! Black RX! - Kamen Rider SD Open Rider Battle - Kamen Rider SD: Destruction! Gran Shocker! - Blay Battler - Kamen Rider Hibiki (LCD game) - Kamen Rider Fourze Color Game
iOS and Mobile Games
Kamen Rider ARcarddass - Kamen Rider Riderbout - Kamen Rider Break Joker - Kamen Rider Mahjong Battle - Kamen Rider Storm Heroes - Kamen Rider Atsume - Kamen Rider Battle Rush - Kamen Rider Transcend Heroes - Kamen Rider Puzzle Game - Taose! Rider Kick - Kamen Rider City Wars
PC and Online Games
Kamen Rider Megaton Smash
Pachinko/Arcade Games
Kamen Rider Buttobasoul
Data Carddass
Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbaride - Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbarizing
Pachinko/PachiSlot
CR Pachinko Kamen Rider V3 - Pachinko Kamen Rider: Full Throttle - PachiSlot: Kamen Rider Unlimited - PachiSlot: Kamen Rider Black
Crossover games featuring Kamen Riders
SD The Great Battle - The Great Battle II Last Fighter Twin - Battle Soccer: Field no Hasha - The Great Battle III - Battle Soccer 2 - The Great Battle IV - The Great Battle V - The Great Battle VI - The Great Battle Pocket - Super Hero Operations - Tokusatsu Bouken Katsugeki Super Hero Retsuden - Super Hero Operations: Diedal's Ambition - Super Tokusatsu Taisen 2001 - Charinko Hero - Great Battle Fullblast - Super Hero Generation
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