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This article is about a/an video game character in Kamen Rider Ex-Aid.

Mighty (マイティ Maiti) is the in-universe fictional star of the Genm Corp. video game Mighty Action X.

Character History

Mighty was first seen in the tech demo press event for his game, which also featured merchandise of Mighty such as plushies and keychains. During Emu's time with Sota, his patient, he showed him a keychain of Mighty to encourage him to keep fighting off the Bugster virus. I'm a Kamen Rider!

Inside Kuroto Dan's office at Genm Corp. are posters of Mighty and several plushies and other forms of Mighty Action X merchandise are seen in the background as well. BANG, That Jerk is Coming!

Buddhist Priest of Temple Poster

Numerous Mighty and Burgermon plushies.

Following the demise of Masamune Dan, Tsukuru became the CEO of Genm Corp., Endless Game which soon adopted Burgermon of Ju Ju Burger as a second mascot accompanying Mighty. Kamen Rider Ex-Aid: True Ending

Variations

Powers and Abilities

Arsenal

Behind the Scenes

Mighty's game sprite was created by Bandai Namco.

Notes

The other Mighty Kick

The other Mighty Kick

  • Mighty resembles a more chibified version of Kamen Rider Ex-Aid. Further alluding to this is one of his attacks in the game is a flying kick similar to a Rider Kick.
    • With this in mind, it can also be inferred that in-universe, Kamen Rider Ex-Aid's design was based on Mighty.
Juice and Jam time!

Mighty!~ He can really move! Mighty!~ He's got an attitude!

  • Gamewise, Mighty is a hybrid of various famous video game characters:
    • His spiked hair, sneakers and speed ability are like Sonic the Hedgehog's.
    • His platforming abilities and needing to break bricks to get power ups are based on Mario. Even the power ups in his game are shaped like the gold coins from the Super Mario Bros. games.
    • The fact he needs to "eat" power ups to get stronger is a reference to Kirby. He even shares a similar design in being a ball-like creature with limbs.
Mighty Keychain
  • The Mighty keychain shown in certain episodes is an actual piece of Kamen Rider Ex-Aid merchandise that fans can obtain by buying the Super Ex-Aid Collector's Set of the game All Kamen Rider: Rider Revolution.
  • The Mighty plush toys that are seen around Genm. Corp in the series are Bandai Premium web exclusive merchandise.[1]
The Mighty Brothers

The Mighty Brothers

  • Assuming that one of the Mighty Brothers from Mighty Brothers XX is Mighty, this could be a nod to how Sonic got a slight alteration in appearance in the transition from 2D to 3D.
    • The depiction of the brothers being slightly different, both in appearance and tactics, could also be referencing the game Mario Brothers introduced Luigi as a playable character.
    • The brothers' color scheme are identical to Sonic and Tails, and their teamwork in 1-player mode pays homage to Mega Drive version of Sonic the Hedgehog 2.

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