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This article is about a/an director's cut episode in Kamen Rider Fourze.

Kamen Rider Fourze: Final Episode (仮面ライダーフォーゼ ファイナルエピソード Kamen Raidā Fōze Fainaru Episōdo) is the director's cut version of the combined episodes 47 & 48 with an additional audio commentary from Ryuki TakahashiFumika Shimizu and director Koichi Sakamoto. It was released on DVD and Bluray on February 21, 2013.

The final episode is entitled A Graduation in Flames (炎・の・卒・業 Honō・No・Sotsu・Gyō).

Changes

There are many changes regarding the combined episodes with some additional footage.

  • The line about Emoto having a change of heart and leaving Kengo with Utahoshi's relatives was cut in the Rabbit Hatch.
  • Because the scene at Kengo's apartment was extended to explain his back-story.
  • Gamou has extra lines in the Hutch that explain his philosophy and reasoning, making him look like less of a monstrous villain.
    • "Everyone else is merely a satellite to my sun."
    • "To fulfill my mission, I must eliminate all obstacles."
    • "My goal is not to kill you all."
  • Gamou also apologizes to Leo for his upcoming death as a result of the destruction of Japan. Leo tells him to not worry, since his body would disappear anyway without the Horoscopes Switch, due to how far he has evolved as a Zodiarts.
  • Gentaro initially doesn't want to leave the crumbling Rabbit Hatch, due to the fact its where Kamen Rider Club became friends.
  • Gamou's speech to the students is also longer.
  • The sound editor messes up in the DC and adds two Limit Breaks during the Fire States scene with Gamou.
  • Ryusei also has more to say to Tatsugami during their battle.
  • During the fight, Gentaro has a little speech about Gamou's loneliness and despair before warping themselves back to the school hall.
  • Flashbacks are added during the graduation scenes.
  • After the fight Gentaro asks where Gamou is going, and he replies there's someplace he wants to be at the end.
  • Gamou's final moment in the park is longer.

Notes

  • This is the only episode where a hiragana is present in an episode name for Fourze.
  • It is the second time for Fourze to have two episodes in a Director's Cut release.
    • However, it is the third to have the final two episodes to be in a Director's Cut, following OOO and Den-O.