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Kamen Rider Kabuto is a video game developed and produced by Bandai for the PlayStation 2, based on the TV series Kamen Rider Kabuto. Released on November 30, 2006, it is a fighting game featuring all the Riders seen in the TV show and Kabuto summer movie, along with Hyper Gatack. The game features five different modes of play, ranging from a story mode to several multi-player modes.

Characters

Rider Finishers / Finale

  • Kabuto: Rider Kick, Maximum Hyper Typhoon, Maximum Hyper Cyclone
  • TheBee: Rider Sting
  • Drake: Rider Shooting
  • Sasword: Rider Slash
  • Gatack: Rider Kick, Rider Cutting, Hyper Kick
  • KickHopper: Rider Kick
  • PunchHopper: Rider Punch
  • Dark Kabuto: Rider Kick
  • Ketaros: Rider Beat
  • Hercus: Rider Beat
  • Caucasus: Rider Kick

Voice actors

Soundtracks

Notes

  • Some stages in Story Mode differ from the events of the show and movie:
    • In the episode where Kabuto and Sasword fight a Worm who attacked criminals, Sasword's transformation into the Scorpio Worm was immediately noticed by Kabuto and the player fights the Scorpio Worm. After winning, Tsurugi as Scorpio Worm said "Sister, sister, I am sorry" with the reply from Kabuto that it is fine as she will understand. This stage is the only original story which does not exist in series.
    • Kabuto's fight with Ketaros is staged within the water dam instead. Ketaros' death was also altered, which he died by fighting instead of being crashing into the earth.
    • Caucasus was defeated by both Kabuto and Gatack instead.
    • Instead of Drake, Kabuto was the one who defeated the Uca Worm.
    • In Story mode, if the team-up fight alongside Kamen Rider Hercus is won without changing to Rider Form, Kamen Rider Kabuto will appear riding the Kabuto Extender in its EX Mode while still in Masked Form.
    • The Hopper Riders have the ability to Clock Up, an ability never demonstrated in the show. (Although years later, Kamen Rider Punch Hopper used Clock Up in his debut episode of Kamen Rider Zi-O.)
    • Kabuto's fight with his future self as Hyper Kabuto as the special episode if the player wins the original story with no continues never existed in the series because they only met and never talk.
  • Ketaros is able to use a Rider Beat finisher in the game, despite it never being shown in the movie.
  • Hyper Kabuto's Maximum Hyper Typhoon and Dark Kabuto's Dark Rider Kick are modified, making them different from their supposed utilization in series.
  • Dark Kabuto using an Axe kick style Rider Kick instead of the similar rider kick like Kabuto.
    • If you use Dark Kabuto during the Rider Mode in the story mode, Dark Kabuto pins his opponent's shoulder with his axe kick first. Then, he charged his rider kick when his opponent hold his right leg, crushing his opponent by his strong right leg stomp.
  • Tendou is the only character in the show to appear outside of his transformed state.
  • The "Put On" ability cannot be used by any Kamen Rider with a Masked Form.
  • In the opening credits, Kamen Riders Sasword, Kick Hopper, Punch Hopper, Ketaros, Hercus and Caucasus are shown riding personalized Zect Machines. Kamen Rider Dark Kabuto meanwhile is shown rider a black-colored version of the Kabuto Extender. None of these bikes appear in the tv show or movie.
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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
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PC and Online Games
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