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The Gashat Gear Dual β can summon the Gamer for either Taddle Fantasy or Bang Bang Simulations without the user needing to transform first, and the Gamer can be directed to attack the user's opponent directly.
Used in a Gamer Driver, it can be used to assume one of two Rider forms, one for each game: Taddle Fantasy accesses Brave Fantasy Gamer Level 50, and Bang Bang Simulations accesses Snipe Simulation Gamer Level 50.
Gamer Driver Finishers
- Taddle Critical Slash (タドルクリティカルスラシュ Tadoru Kuritikaru Surashu): Brave surrounds himself with a magical shield to block any incoming attacks, then expands the shield to surround himself and his enemy, and delivers a Rider Kick at them.
- Bang Bang Critical Fire (バンバンクリティカルファイヤー Ban Ban Kuritikaru Faiyā): Snipe aims all the weapons on his armor at the enemy and targets the enemy's weak points, before shooting several powerful bullets at the enemy in a bright blue flash.
After stealing the Bang Bang Shooting Gashat, Kuroto was able to copy and "version up" its data to complete Bang Bang Simulations and the Gashat Gear Dual β. He later used it to summon the Fantasy Gamer directly to attack Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer Level X, knocking him out of his transformation in one hit, in an attempt to take back the Mighty Brothers XX Gashat.
Later, Genm Zombie Gamer Level X again summoned the Fantasy Gamer while fighting Ex-Aid, attempting to take the Mighty Action X Gashat. Hiiro Kagami grabbed the Mighty Action X Gashat from Ex-Aid and used it to lure the Fantasy Gamer into a Confusion Energy Item, causing it to ram into Genm, which caused him to drop the Gashat Gear Dual β. Hiiro stole the Gashat Gear Dual β and used it to transform into Kamen Rider Brave Fantasy Gamer Level 50, and defeated Genm and the Gatton Bugster.
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Behind The Scenes
- The voice of Gashat Gear Dual β was provided by an unknown voice actor who voiced the original Gashat Gear Dual when used alone, and Hironobu Kageyama (影山 ヒロノブ Kageyama Hironobu) in the Gamer Driver.
- The name of this Gashat is slightly inaccurate as 'beta' is a term commonly used for an in-development version of a game. This Gashat was created after the Gashat Gear Dual used by Parad, which could be considered the "alpha" prototype of this Gashat in terms of development as alpha tests always precede beta testing in programming, however its title doesn't call it an alpha.
- Ironically, Gashat Gear Dual β is shared between Hiiro and Taiga, the two among the Ex-Aid Riders that get along the least.
- Kuroto versioning up both Taddle Quest's and Bang Bang Shooting's data might be a reference to over-the-air game updates.
- To contrast the original Gashat Gear Dual, which uses English correctly, both of the Gashat Gear Dual β's fully English looping standby announcements have grammar mistakes.
- It may also be a reference to bad game localizations that use Engrish.
- When used in Gamer Driver, Gashat Gear Dual β allows the user to transform into either Brave Fantasy Gamer or Snipe Simulation Gamer Level 50, with one finisher for each form, while the Gashat Gear Dual only has one form, with three different finishers.
- The Gashat Gear Dual in the Gamer Driver also provides a new weapon, the Gashacon Parablaygun, while the Gashat Gear Dual β does not.
- The setup for the Taddle Critical Slash is similar to Kamen Rider Chalice's Spinning Dance in that it involves the Riders levitating while spinning.
- The Gashat Gear Dual β can be used in a style similar to the first Gashat Gear Dual, but it is unknown if it was intended to be used in this way before Hiiro stole it.
- Kamen Rider Ex-Aid
- Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Chou Super Hero Taisen