Penjabaran dari Kamen Ex Aid Ryuki Fighting
Kamen Ex Aid Ryuki Fighting is the fourth installment in the Climax Heroes series, this time based on the series Rider Fourze.
Even though this is the fourth game, I would consider this as the 3rd one,
because Climax Heroes W is only an expansion pack rather than a sequel to me.
As Fourze itself is the 40th anniversary series, they decided to include some of the Showa Riders.
So you get the same 36 (sans AutoVajin and WCAX) characters from Climax Heroes OOO added with Fourze, Ichigo, Niigo, V3, Amazon, Black, Black RX, Shadowmoon, NEW Den-O and Ibuki.
This brings together 47 playable Riders, minus form change.
If included with form changes, it would be about 60 Riders, sans OOO Random Combos since I would be dead if I counted it up.
Gameplay wise, it is exactly the same as Climax Heroes OOO. The left and right buttons is moving forward and backwards,
while up button is jumping, and the down button is charging the Climax Gauge.The Analog Stick is for form changes.
Both directional buttons and analog stick controls can be swapped to suit you better. The L and R button is used for sidestepping.
For attacks, the Square button if for light attacks (punch and kicks), while X is for strong attacks (sword slash, gun shoot, etc.).
The Circle button is used for special attacks (Rider Kicks, etc.) and the Triangle button allows you to use Rider Finale,
but to do it you must have the Climax Gauge to be full in order to use them, once succesful,
it will initiate a cutscene where the Kamen Ex Aid Ryuki Fighting Rider performs his signature attack and KO’s the enemy,
or at least deal a heavy damage to them. In some missions, you will find yourself fighting in a three-dimensional stage,
instead of the usual 2D fighting. This will change the little of the controls.
The directional buttons or analog stick allows you to move, and form changing is vice-versa.
The L and R button is now used to jump, so you can’t sidestep or charge anymore. Attacks is still the same.
However you can only select one form before battle. The Switch will allow you to have 8 Astro Switches: Rocket, Drill, Launcher, Radar
and 4 optional Switch. Thus you can select any 4 of 13 available Switch. The switches usually serves as weapons,
and most of them are damage-dealing moves, except Flash, Camera and Shield.