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Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbarizing
Ganbarizing Logo
Series: Kamen Rider Series
Developer(s): Bandai
Publisher(s): Bandai
Release date: 2013
Genre: Arcade & Collection Game
Game modes: 1 Player
Platform(s): Arcade

Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbarizing (仮面ライダーバトル ガンバライジング Kamen Raidā Batoru Ganbaraijingu) is the sequel to Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbaride.

In late 2013, Bandai announced that it would replace the Ganbaride arcade system with the new game. The arcade game sports better graphics, customizable game play including the player being able to create their own Riders and the ability to save their game and upgrade the stats of the characters they collect. The only tradeoff for the new system is that the older cards and toys do not work with the device as it is an IC card based system. It was with this sequel that brought the riders of Gaim and seasons after it into the Ganbaride world.

Gameplay

  • The most different from Ganbaride is the players need to swipe their cards. Unlike its predecessor, players must place 3 chosen cards on bottom of the sensing platform. The machine will able to load data through the IC chip inside each card. Players also need to swipe to card to the top to stop the roulette similar as Ganbaride.
  • After players get enough Burst Gauge, they can active Ride Burst to release the power of the Riders. Players just need to flip the card to reverse side at the start of each round. A special movie will play if that Rider will perform a form change. Some forms of Riders will only appear after their Burst.
  • The elemental Type system from Ganbaride Wizard line is now replaced by a set of new Type system. Now all cards are divided into 9 Types: Attacker (アタッカー Atakkā) (Red), Technical (テクニカル Tekunicaru) (Green), Finisher (フィニッシャー Finisshā) (Blue), Passion (パッション Passhon) (Orange), Tricky (トリッキー Torikkī) (Purple), Breaker (ブレイカー Bureikā) (Yellow), Brave (ブレイブ Bureibu) (Deep blue), Chain (チェイン Chein) (Pink) and Jammer (ジャマー Jamā) (Lime green). Each type has their own type bonus and become active after the Rider get Burst.
Ganbarider

Player's Customization Riders, the Ganbariders.

  • With using IC card to save Player's data, Players can also create their own Kamen Rider as their avatar to join the battle, who called Ganbarider.


Game Cards

  • The characters who marked with # are only appear after Ride Burst until next release as a regular side card. Marked with $ will only appear in Ride Burst movies and finishing moves after Ride Burst, remain the forms unchanged.
  • The rarity of cards added a new category: Extra, which means this card has a different Ride Burst rather than original one. Mostly appear as Legend Rare Extra(LREX), but sometimes Normal Extra(NEX) or Campaign Extra(CPEX) will also release.

Gaim line

Series 1

Series 2

Series 3

Series 4

From this series, Tricky Type cards are debuted.

Series 5

From this series, Passion Type cards are debuted.

Series 6

Drive line

Series 1

  • Kamen Rider Drive Type Speed
    • Type Speed Hunter #
    • Type Speed Shadow
    • Type Speed Spike
    • Type Speed Flare
  • Mashin Chaser (CPU Enemy)
  • Kamen Rider Ryugen Yomi Yomotsuheguri Arms
  • Kamen Rider Kabuto Masked Form
  • Kamen Rider Den-O
  • Kamen Rider OOO
    • Latoratah Combo
    • Putotyra Combo
  • Kamen Rider Double HeatMetal
  • Ganbarider (2014 Model)

Series 2

Series 3

From this series, Breaker Type cards are debuted.

Series 4

  • Kamen Rider Drive Type Formula
    • Type Formula Spanner F03
  • Kamen Rider Chaser
  • Kamen Rider Double CycloneJokerXtreme
    • CycloneJokerGoldXtreme $
  • Kamen Rider Eternal Blue Flare
  • Kamen Rider Baron Ringo Arms
  • Kamen Rider Zangetsu Watermelon Arms
  • Kamen Rider #3 (Regular Card)

Series 5

From this series, Brave Type cards are debuted. Also a special card rarity, Secret Rare(SCR) is released in this series, it has higher ability than LREX cards. This rarity is reserved by Mashin Chaser returned with Brave Type.

Series 6

As a continue of SCR card released in series 5, Legend Rare Special(LRSP) is released to celebrate the end of Drive. From this series, Chain Type cards are debuted.

Ghost line

From this line, the compatibility with the DX toys is return. Players can use the Eyecons to emphasize Ghost Riders' ability, equip them with weapon or even perform Ghost Change. And LREX cards are cancelled in replace of increase LR cards amount to 6.

  • A bit different from old Ganbaride series, which all the DX compatibility system are able to give a weaker ability boost to other Riders, the Eyecon scan system can only use for Ghost Riders.

Series 1

Series 2

Series 3

From this series, Jammer Type cards are debuted but only reserved by Kamen Rider Necrom until next series. Also the rules of Eyecon scan system is changed. When a Ghost Rider perform Ghost Change, their weapon (if have) will be disarmed and become bare hands.

Series 4

Series 5

A special rarity, Legend Rare Tag(LRT) is released. The Ride Burst (Tag Burst)of LRTs will summon another Rider and exchange with the existing Rider.

  • Kamen Rider Ghost Mugen Damashii
  • Kamen Rider Deep Specter
  • Kamen Rider Den-O Liner Form
  • Kamen Rider Dark Kiva
  • Kamen Rider #1 (2016 Movie Version)

Series 6

LRSP is return to celebrate the end of Ghost.

EX-AID line

The compatibility with the Eyecons are kept, and the new Rider Gashat is also available to use.

  • The rules of Gashat scan is same as Eyecon, but even perform a Level Down will also get disarmed(except some cases).

Series 1

Series 2

Series 3

LRT is returned for the Hellish Brothers.

Series 4

Series 5

To celebrate the 10th year anniversary of Kamen Rider Den-O, a set of Campaign cards is released, which makes the debut of 4 Taros.

Ganbarizing Gashat

Gabarizing Gashat

"Ganbarizing!"
―Activation Announcement[src]

"Gashat! Let's Ride! Metcha Ride! Mutcha Ride! What's your ride?! I'm a Legend Rider!"
Level 1 transformation announcement[src]

"Gachan! Level Up! Ganba Ganba Ganba Ganbarizing! Ganba Ganba Ganba Ganbarizing!"
Level 2 transformation announcement[src]

"A Gacha! Ride Burst! Burst Break! Ganba Ganba~rizing!"
Level 3 transformation announcement[src]

"Kimewaza! Ganba Critical Strike!"
Kimewaza Slot Holder Finisher Announcement[src]

"Kimewaza! Ganba Critical Finish! (Ganbarizing!)"
―Weapons Finisher Announcement[src]

"Kimewaza! Ganbarizing Critical Strike! (Gnabarizing!)"
―Weapons Finisher Announcement (Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbarizing / Part. III: Final Legend Stage Variant)[src]

"Kimewaza! Ganbarizing Critical Finish!"
―Weapons Finisher Announcement (Part. II: Legend Gamer Stage Variant)[src]

"Kimewaza! 'Rizing! (Word from other Gashat's name) Critical Finish!"
Gashacon Key Slasher Finisher Announcement [src]

The Ganbarizing Gashat is a special Gashat created by Kuroto Dan to use against Ex-Aid. It combines the power of the Legend Rider Gashats into one form. When activated, the Gashat reformats the battlefield into a Game Area. It doesn't seem to spawn any Energy Item containers, but instead it can summon constructs of Heisei Era Kamen Riders onto the battlefield to act as support combatants.

The Gashat's jingles are remixes of Mighty Action X's jingles with the levels inverted (Level 3 for Level 2 and vice versa).


Notes

An actual form provided by the Ganbarizing Gashat has never been shown, But If it was, It would likely Allow Ex-Aid to combine, and utilize Previous rider's powers. Very similar to Ghost's Heisei rider Damashii.

See also

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