Kamen Rider Games Ranked From Worst to Best

Kamen Rider is a TV show franchise from Japan and is produced by Toei Company, making its debut on television in 1971 and became one of the Land of the Rising Sun’s best-sellers, having a worldwide impact on television and other forms of media. For those who love Power Rangers and Ultraman, Kamen Rider is definitely served for you.

After gaining international popularity with consistent production of the TV shows, Kamen Rider also gambled in the gaming industry. With Japan being one of the pioneers of gaming, Kamen Rider was expected to have its fair share of video game renditions. And now, up until this decade, the licensed game is still going strong. But which ones are they?

Before we start the ranking, some obscure arcade and educational games are not included in this list. Kamen Rider, just like some other Japanese franchises, also has a bunch of Pachinko machines that only cater to arcade goers and they will not be featured as well.

Now, let us rank (almost) every Kamen Rider game from worst to best. Starting the thirty-sixth spot. This clinches it!

36. Kamen Rider Club: Gekitotsu Shocker Land

Developer TOSE
Release DateFebruary 3, 1988
Platforms Famicom

The worst Kamen Rider game of all is Kamen Rider Club: Gekitotsu Shocker Land, and for a lot of reasons. This would have been a mind-blowing game in the 80s, but today? This wouldn’t fly for the gaming hounds as it doesn’t bring that many interesting aspects to the lore of Kamen Rider and how the game is so one-dimensional in general.

The controls are too complicated for a Famicom game, and the gameplay doesn’t make any sense. The fact that this wasn’t released in North America is an oddity in itself, but I am still glad that this is a Japan-only title. But hey, at least you get to enjoy the 8-bit era of Kamen Rider and its music.

35. Kamen Rider Black: Taiketsu Shadow Moon

Developer Bandai
Release DateApril 15, 1988
Platforms Famicom

Kamen Rider Black: Taiketsu Shadow Moon is a platformer beat-em-up game by Bandai and is a promising title from the Kamen Rider franchise only to be greeted by hollow disappointment once more as the game didn’t hit the mark by how it looked promising on the covers.

Sure, the art cover is pleasing, and Kamen Rider is one of those series where you get pumped up whenever it is being made as a game, but this isn’t it. It shared little to no similarities to the show, and the controls are still that terrible and unplayable. How come they cannot work on a better follow-up? Kamen Rider Black is such a great show and the video game counterpart is the contrary.

34. The Masked Rider: Kamen Rider ZO

Developer Toei Company
Release Date 1994
Platforms Sega Genesis

The Masked Rider: Kamen Rider ZO is released in 1994 and is an interactive video game and is made by Toei Company for the Sega Genesis consoles. Now this game is ahead of its time but is done very poorly. Take a note, the Telltale Series didn’t exist until twenty years later. Toei Animation had something on their mind and just blew it away.

The game feels like you’re playing the series, but according to the pace, Kamen Rider ZO feels so anti-climactic in every way. Also, the voice acting is not on that Troy Baker and Nolan North-type of level so do not expect that much. Imagine if this game had better production, it’ll be on par with Night Par, but that’s just a subjective view.

33. Kamen Rider SD: Hashire! Mighty Riders

Developer Yutaka
Release DateAugust 20, 1993
Platforms Game Boy

Kamen Rider SD: Hashire! Mighty Riders is a racing game made by Yutaka on the 20th of August, 1993, and is the last game that features the characters of the Kamen Rider SD series. For a 90s racing game, this is an entry-level game for the Game Boy handheld system. But now? It just seems like dots running over one another by the poor graphics.

It features twelve racers and in order to unlock them, you might want to go through all of the races to get all of it. Finishing the races feel so rewarding, but it is only short-term and the racing feels like a chore rather than playing the game. But if you want to go through them, play it yourself and strap yourself up for a blast to the past.

32. Kamen Rider Agito & Kuuga: Wild Battle

Developer Bandai
Release Date April, 2001
Platforms Sega Pico

Kamen Rider Agito & Kuuga: Wild Battle is a fighting game developed by Bandai and also features a bunch of mini-games related to the series Kamen Rider Agito and Kamen Rider Kuuga. The cited were great and are a crucial addition to the Kamen Rider series. But the game? There’s a reason why it isn’t the talk of the town.

The older Kamen Rider fighting video games have a reputation for being difficult, and it shows because of the updated controls and engine they have used for the game. And I thought I was the only one being frustrated on Street Fighter despite being the game as a part of my childhood. And as for the mini-games, well, they’re like these little games that come on those bootleg cartridges. Thanks, but no thanks.

31. Kamen Rider: The Bike Race

Release DateOctober 25, 2001

Kamen Rider: The Bike Race is a racing game for the PlayStation console released on October 25, 2001, by Highwaystar and is the most ambitious game from the series at that time. It features the protagonists of the original Kamen Rider series up to the Kamen Rider Agito show, and the results are nothing but a hot mess of the game.

It is promising for the fans out there to have sick features, and character selections are easily its ticket to success because of how everyone gets invested by them until the gameplay itself drags the players into an unpleasant experience of how bad the driving is especially the brakes. They do not have a clue how driving works, do they?

30. Kamen Rider Agito

Release DateNovember 29, 2001

Yet another fighting game under the Kamen Rider banner, Kamen Rider Agito makes for a good series but a terrible game. Here’s why; it feels like a watered-down version of the earlier Tekken games. And the game doesn’t have any story, so what you have is a mindless fighting game with unripe graphics. It’s good enough for a PS1 game, though.

The game features several game modes and most of them look so experimental for a fighting game. I think most fighting game entries went through that phase, nothing shameful on that one. Too bad that the game felt so rushed and unfinished. If they pushed this game to be released on the PS2, it could have been a classic.

29. All Kamen Rider: Rider Generation

Developer Bandai Namco Entertainment
Release DateAugust 4, 2011 (Japan)
Platforms DS

All Kamen Rider: Rider Generation is a beat-em-up game made by Bandai Namco Entertainment for the Nintendo DS on August 4, 2011. For a DS game, it looks promising. But it’s one of those games that only deliver in the beginning and fail at the end. But I have to give props to the platform they chose. They tried to make it work.

The controls are slick, it doesn’t feel any limited for a handheld console. The graphics are even decent, but the game that caused its ultimate downfall is how they treated multiplayer mode. Cool, a multiplayer for the DS. But instead of going up against a fellow player, you fight with an A.I. You will get a half-decent game on a handheld console, take it or leave it.

28. Kamen Rider: Climax Fighters

Developer Eighting Co, Ltd.
Release DateDecember 7, 2017
Platforms PlayStation 4

One of the only few Kamen Rider games that have an English localization and the game that broke the series’ silence after five years of hiatus. The result? A not so decent game that gets overshadowed by Tekken 7. It serves as a sequel to Super Climax Heroes, but where’s the connection?

After all these years, Kamen Rider gave us a title, but it is just dissatisfying. The roster is good, but the abilities are lackluster. Their return seems like fan service most of the time. But what’s fun about this game is how the fighters interact before the battle starts, and it’s sort of like Injustice, and it looks so comical.

27. Kamen Rider (1993)

Developer Sun L
Release Date November 12, 1993 (Japan)
Platforms SNES

Kamen Rider was released in 1993 by Bandai and is one of the first mainline releases from the licensed game series, although technically, there are more obscure ones that came out first. After the success of the Nintendo Entertainment System, now came the SNES and sought how would Kamen Rider do on the platform.

And the results are mixed, to say the least. You can only play as the two protagonists of the original show, having the input of Player 1 and Player 2. Ah, yes, the classic P1 and P2 platformer. This was multiplayer before the boom of it, and if you’re looking for nostalgia or collecting it, I might as well recommend picking up a copy.

26. Kamen Rider Kuuga

Developer Kaze
Release DateDecember 21, 2000
Platforms PlayStation

Kamen Rider Kuuga is the fifth release of the Kamen Rider series for the PlayStation (Yes, including the Pachinko games) and is a fighting game made by Kaze, and now I notice a pattern here. The series either produces decent racing games or fighting game entries that are too hard for its own good, and Kamen Rider Kuuga fits that criteria.

For a game that is based on a tremendous series, the quality just drops when it comes to the story. The controls are easy to learn, though. It makes up for the mess of the storyline that has nothing to do with the series, and you are only in for the fighting itself. It’s not worth grabbing a copy of it and firing it on your old PlayStation, because there are better games for the platform and this one certainly isn’t.

25. Kamen Rider Dragon Knight

Developer Eighting Co, Ltd., Natsume
Release Date November 17, 2009
Platforms Wii, DS

All I can say about Kamen Rider Dragon Knight is that it’s a good installment for the DS, but forgettable for the Wii. Dragon Knight is a fighting game made by Eighting for the Wii and Natsume for the DS, and the handheld platform is objectively better than its shallow Wii counterpart.

Everyone abided their farewell into the 2D fighting and welcomed the world of 3D, but Kamen Rider Dragon Knight is a bad choice as an example. The game is pretty straightforward and it has solid graphics despite the limitations of the hardware, but that’s the thing, it is limited that it didn’t reach its full potential.

24. Kamen Rider (1998)

Release DateOctober 1, 1998

Kamen Rider is yet another fighting game made by Kaze in 1998 for the PlayStation and my, oh my, this is where it all began with those fighting games that make you want to break your controller in half. I’ve been comparing Kamen Rider to Tekken and yes, I cannot help but notice the similarities of this game to the PS1 Tekken series.

The repetition of the fighting and the story gets so boring that you might just want to turn off your PS1 console or load up a better game, maybe play the Kamen Rider games for the PS2, I’m not judging here. This just won’t cut it and you’re better off booting up Tekken 3 instead.

23. Kamen Rider V3

Release DateSeptember 14, 2000

Kamen Rider is a follow-up to the 1998 release and is the video game equivalent of the V3 series that aired in 1973, and is translated as a fighting game for the better or worse. First off, it maintained the vibes of the show by keeping the intro. And upon seeking everything there is to know about the game, I guess it’s a half-decent experience.

It’s better than the previous games mentioned at the top of the list, but it isn’t greater either. It provides a better storyline, but the controls and mechanics are pretty much the same, making it a similar tiresome experience that should not be repeated no matter what the cost. But sure, you can put this game in your collection if you like.

22. Kamen Rider Travelers Senki

Developer 7th Chord
Release DateNovember 28, 2013
Platforms 3DS

Kamen Rider Travelers Senki or Kamen Rider Travelers Record is a platformer role-playing game released by 7th Chord under the Bandai Namco banner on November 28, 2013, for the Nintendo 3DS, and let me get this straight; ever since the glory days of Kamen Rider steamed away, the release of licensed titles was left and right that it already lost its meaning.

There isn’t anything special about Travelers Senki aside from how it comes out as a fan service. Now, fan service isn’t particularly bad but it sure affects the product as a whole. In this case, Kamen Rider Travelers Senki doesn’t stick with its genre and contradicts one another.

21. Kamen Rider Ghost: Game de Kaigan!!

Developer Bandai
Release DateDecember 15, 2015 (Japan)
Platforms 3DS

Kamen Rider Ghost: Game de Kaigan!! is a platformer game based on the Kamen Rider Ghost show and is released for the Nintendo 3DS. And pretty much, the game is in Japanese and is only available in Japan. What a bummer and region locking is now a thing of the past.

The game shares some resemblances to the All Kamen Rider game series that originally came out for 3DS’s predecessor the Nintendo DS since the sprites used in the game were reused for it, but it didn’t help to get it thriving from the doomed handheld console from the very start.

20. Kamen Rider: Climax Heroes

Developer Eighting Co, Ltd.
Release Date August 6, 2009
Platforms PlayStation 2

Kamen Rider: Climax Heroes is the first outing for the Kamen Rider Climax series and is released on August 6, 2009, for the PS2. Wait, hold on a minute. A PS2 game is 2009? That’s the time when the PS3 is reigning supreme! But did the game do the same, though? The answer would be not really. It doesn’t have any changes it differs from the previous Kamen Rider fighting games at all.

Everyone thought that Climax Heroes would be the final release for the PlayStation 2 until Pro Evolution Soccer and WWE SmackDown vs. RAW kept on releasing downgraded versions of their next-gen titles. Perhaps I expected too much again as this feels like Tekken all over again. This could have been a PSP game instead but never mind.

19. Kamen Rider: Climax Heroes W

Developer Eighting Co, Ltd.
Release DateDecember 3, 2009 (Japan)
Platforms Wii

Kamen Rider: Climax Heroes W is a follow-up to the first Climax title released for the PS2 and this time, it reaches the Nintendo Wii. To be honest, this game is one obscure piece of media. Being only released in Japan doesn’t help, and it is the same as the first Climax Heroes with just minimal features added to it.

There is nothing much to say about Climax Heroes W aside from the platform jump they just did because it feels so odd. First, PS2, until it transferred into the Wii. Again, Climax Heroes W suits better as a PSP installment and that explains its lackluster nature of it.

18. Kamen Rider: Battride War II

Developer Eighting Co. Ltd.
Release Date June 26, 2014
Platforms PlayStation 3, Wii U

Kamen Rider: Battride War II  is the second installment of the Battride War series within the Kamen Rider franchise and is released on the 26th of June, 2014, by Eighting for the PS3 and Wii U. And just when Kamen Rider is getting back on track, Battride War II amassed series of flaws.

What you saw on the trailers and screenshots might not be what you get on the actual game, and that’s how Battride War II invests the fans to get back on the series only to be bamboozled by non-existent promises from the game. Also, it might cause a riot if I mention that they did not, I repeat, did not bring any respect to every character that appears in it.

17. Kamen Rider: Climax Heroes OOO

DeveloperEighting Co, Ltd.
Release DateDecember 2, 2010 (Japan)
PlatformsPlayStation Portable, Wii

Finally, a game that fits the platform just right. Kamen Rider: Climax Heroes OOO is a fighting game that came out for the PSP and Wii by Eighting on December 2, 2010, and once again, it is a Japan-only game. Maybe I was too harsh with the Climax series because this one is somehow acceptable in my playbook.

Despite it being the same as the last Climax Heroes entries, this one is saved by the bell due to it being released for the PlayStation Portable. It is simple enough to get invested in the game without worrying about what’s missing or not and now you have a decent fighting game for the portable systems.

16. Kamen Rider 555

Release DateDecember 18, 2003
PlatformsPlayStation 2

Kamen Rider 555 is a fighting game released on December 18, 2003, by Bandai for the PS2 and the expectations for this one are sure high as the platform is about to reach its peak. Fighting games and the PlayStation 2 has always been synonymous with one another, but is 555 one of the best out there? Nope, but it’s close to being one.

As the second Kamen Rider release for the PS2, it did enough to be the foundation for the platform, but it also tarnished its momentum as it felt below average. If you aren’t picky when it comes to fighting games, Kamen Rider will do enough. But if you’re looking for more, check out the other Kamen Rider games for the PlayStation 2 instead.

15. Kamen Rider SD: Shutsugeki!! Rider Machine!

Developer Yutaka
Release DateJuly 9, 1993
Platforms SNES, Super Famicom

Kamen Rider SDL Shutsugeki!! Rider Machine! is a brawler game derived from the Kamen Rider show and is set in an alternate universe the gameplay goes like this; you ride in a motorcycle and you beat up opponents. It is pretty much a side-scroller brawler game just like Hogan’s Alley but this time, you’re in a vehicle.

It spills classic fun and is a must for classic gamers out there who is proud they owned a Super Famicom or a Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It’s a soft-hearted game so I didn’t go too harsh on this entry. It isn’t that much, but I appreciate this being one of Kamen Rider’s first releases.

14. All Kamen Rider: Rider Generation 2

Developer Bandai Namco Entertainment
Release DateAugust 2, 2014
Platforms PlayStation Portable, DS

All Kamen Rider: Rider Generation 2 is the sequel to the first Rider Generation and has slight improvements over the first one, and it definitely shows. First off, being a PSP game certainly helped. The game comes off as a relief, but it still didn’t cut it. The sprites used in the game are unique, at least.

The 2-Player feature deserved so much recognition if it wasn’t for the restriction of the Rider Abilities. Such a wasted opportunity on their part, especially if players are looking to experiment with co-op gameplay. Overall, Rider Generation 2 isn’t all that great.

13. Kamen Rider: Super Climax Heroes

Developer Eighting Co, Ltd.
Release Date November 29, 2012
Platforms PlayStation Portable, Wii

Kamen Rider: Super Climax Heroes is a fighting game made by Eighting for the Wii and PSP and is the predecessor of Climax Fighters. For the most part, it is somehow enjoyable and endearing. But then again, the limits leave you empty-handed. Or is it?

With the proportionate characters and mechanics that are too good for a title that came out on a handheld console, Super Climax Heroes caught that certain spot that Climax Fighters didn’t.

12. Kamen Rider: Battride War Genesis

Developer BNE Entertainment
Release DateFebruary 25, 2016
Platforms PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita

Kamen Rider: Battride War Genesis is a hack-and-slash video game made by BNE Entertainment and is released on February 25, 2016, for the PS4, PS Vita, and PS3? This is the second time that Kamen Rider made a game for a console that’s running out of life. As for the game itself, it was solid but there are hits and misses.

Hack-and-slash games tend to be one-dimensional when it comes to gameplay, but it offers wicked fun, isn’t it? Kamen Rider: Battride War Genesis fits that character and it didn’t make any damage to its name whatsoever. Sure, it might not be like Dante’s Inferno or God of War but there is something mystical about the hack-and-slash genre and it applies to Battride War Genesis.

11. Kamen Rider Climax Scramble Zi-O

Developer Eighting Co, Ltd.
Release DateNovember 29, 2016
Platforms Switch

Kamen Rider Climax Scramble Zi-O is an arena fighting game made by Eighting Co, Ltd. on November 29th, 2016, and is the first Kamen Rider title to be released on the Nintendo Switch. After the painful run of Wii U, Nintendo came up with the Switch, but was Climax Scramble Zi-O good enough?

Surprisingly, I found it fondly entertaining. It reminds me of Dragon Ball Xenoverse, and Kamen Rider has always been associated with the fighting game genre. The graphics are awe-inspiring, and it does everything correctly and doesn’t overdo or lack anything. And Switch is the perfect platform and the series’ new home, and who else isn’t looking forward to the next game?

10. Kamen Rider SummonRide

Developer Eighting Co, Ltd.
Release Date December 4, 2014
Platforms PlayStation 3, Wii U

Kamen Rider SummonRide is a toy-to-life brawler game made by Eighting on the 4th of December, 2014 for the Wii U and PS3 and the following statement is the best way to explain it: It is the Japanese version of Skylanders. I remember being so fascinated by Skylanders as a kid but I never had the chance to play it, and the similarities between SummonRider and Skylanders are so prominent.

This game is fan service done right. SummonRide is what I crave the most and the thing that came too late. I would have loved this game more if I were a kid, but now, it’s just aimed at the unsuitable audience, but it doesn’t mean it’s that flabbergasting. They should make a sequel for this.

9. Kamen Rider: Battride War

Developer Eighting Co, Ltd.
Release DateMay 23, 2013
Platforms PlayStation 3

Kamen Rider: Battride War was the first in the series and is released by Eighting on May 23, 2013, for the PlayStation 3 and I must say that nothing beats the original. How come the sequels suffered whilst Battride War remains as an unsung classic exclusive?

Battride War shares a resemblance with Dynasty Warriors and that isn’t a bad thing for me. In fact, maybe it was the right choice. The visuals and gameplay stood out and it’s hard to ignore, especially when it is right at the peak of the PlayStation 3 before the release of their next console, the PlayStation 4.

8. Kamen Rider: Climax Heroes Fourze

Developer Eighting Co, Ltd.
Release Date December 1, 2011
Platforms PlayStation Portable, Wii

Kamen Rider: Climax Heroes Fourze is a follow-up release to Kamen Rider: Climax Heroes OOO and is released for the Wii and PSP and I have only one question for this entry. How did it manage to outperform Climax Heroes OOO? Fourze is superior in any way and everyone cannot deny that.

Boastings aside, it’s safe to say that Climax Heroes Fourze is a better version of OOO. The gameplay and style might be the same, but what stood out is the features that OOO is missing. If you are looking to play everything on this list, I suggest that you should leave out Climax Heroes OOO and proceed to Climax Heroes Fourze instead.

7. All Kamen Rider: Rider Revolution

DeveloperBandai Namco Entertainment
Release DateDecember 1, 2016

All Kamen Rider: Rider Revolution is the third installment of the All Kamen Rider sub-series for the Nintendo 3DS and I think it is underappreciated or gets too much hate from the avid Kamen Rider fans out there who invest time playing Bandai’s releases. And I have a soft spot for 2D side-scroller games so there’s that.

It looks so quirky that it’s a blast from the past, and there is nothing wrong with that. If you enjoyed those 2D Kamen Rider games released on SNES and Famicom systems, Rider Revolution is a must for your library or you’ll be missing something out. By far, it is the best 2D Kamen Rider game but it could have gone either way.

6. Kamen Rider Blade

Release DateDecember 9, 2004
PlatformsPlayStation 2

Kamen Rider Blade is released on December 9, 2004, for the PlayStation 2 and is one of the two Kamen Rider games made by Digifloyd. Perhaps they should have given Digifloyd another chance to make another one because Kamen Rider Blade is one of the best PS2 titles for the licensed game series.

That CGI intro is what makes it a classic, and the nostalgia hits just right. As a fighting game though, Blade showcases tremendous gameplay, just learn to forgive since it isn’t the prettiest game in the series due to its outdated graphics. But who else doesn’t love PS2 fighting games more than the entire Kamen Rider fanbase? Kamen Rider Blade is a must-play for them.

5. Kamen Rider Hibiki

Developer Bandai
Release DateDecember 9, 2004
Platforms PlayStation 2

Kamen Rider Hibiki is a Bandai release for the PlayStation 2 on December 9, 2004, and has the most uncanny combinations for a game out there. See, Hibiki is not just a fighting game but a rhythm game as well. If you read my DJMax rankings, I think this is a flashback to it.

Hibiki is just silly that it’s great. It starts with a promising fighting portion until you get to finish the level by giving random Kaiju opponents a rhythmic beatdown. Yes, you read that right. A stage finishes with the player pressing buttons along with the rhythm of the background music to defeat the monsters. Sounds outlandish, doesn’t it? That’s Kamen Rider Hibiki for you.

4. Kamen Rider: Memory of Heroez

Developer Natsume
Release DateOctober 29, 2020
Platforms PlayStation 4, Switch

Kamen Rider: Memory of Heroez, or stylized as KAMEN RIDER: memory of heroez, is the latest release of the Kamen Rider game series and is the second PS4 and Nintendo Switch title to ever come out. Memory of Heroez differentiates from the other releases over the years, as it is a single-player action game. Holy smokes, my favorite genre.

This is probably the most well-done Kamen Rider installment out there, everything seems so ambitious and auspicious for the right reasons. The adventures of Kamen Rider aren’t dying out just yet, and my hopes are high for a sequel to this. Some might not like it but me? It feels like you’re playing an entire season of the famous tokusatsu show.

3. Kamen Rider Ryuki

Developer Digifloyd
Release Date November 28, 2002
Platforms PlayStation

Kamen Rider Ryuki is Digifloyd’s first attempt to make a Kamen Rider game and they are simply the best developers to ever do it. Released for the Sony PlayStation on November 28, 2002, Kamen Rider Ryuki is the third best entry in the series since it respects the source material, and who couldn’t deny that it is one of the best TV shows from the franchise?

One of the issues with this game is that the animations aren’t maxed up due to hardware limitations, making it feel so robotic. Also, the controls are a bummer since some of the best PS1 titles also suffer from the clunky aspects of it. But other than that, Kamen Rider Ryuki is their greatest PS1 release of all time, but the PS2 release is such a missed opportunity.

2. Kamen Rider Kabuto

Developer Bandai
Release DateNovember 30, 2006
Platforms PlayStation 2

Kamen Rider Kabuto is the seventh release of the licensed game series for the PlayStation 2 and is one of the best games on their library due to the fact that it stays faithful to the show when some games don’t pay homage to the source material. Objectively speaking, Kabuto’s only flaw is the controls, but you’ll get past that once you get to play the Story Mode.

Kamen Rider Kabuto offers a rich Story Mode and is even better with the inclusion of other game modes such as Survival and Linear Fighter mode. Again, the graphics aren’t the main highlight here but the gameplay and features. Kamen Rider Kabuto, without a doubt, is one of the best games under the Kamen Rider brand.

1. Kamen Rider: Seigi no Keifu

Developer Cavia
Release DateNovember 27, 2003
Platforms PlayStation 2

Finally, the game that landed at the number one spot as the best Kamen Rider game ever, Kamen Rider: Seigi no Keifu. Released on November 27, 2003, for the PS2, and is Cavia’s only Kamen Rider game in their catalog, Seigi no Keifu surely upped what Kamen Rider games are known for that is a textbook fighting game with a vast amount of features to go with it.

To sum up, what made this game deserve such excellency, the story is edgier than the usual storylines as Shocker makes his appearance in the game to antagonize Rider One with his plans for world domination. As for the characters, every protagonist from Kamen Rider 1, 2, V3, Agito, and Black makes their return as the main characters of Seigi no Keifu. Go ahead and try it out, I assure you that you will get hooked by Seigi no Keifu.