Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Super Sentai Video Games

All of the Super Sentai video games, with the exception of Zyuranger, were made Natsume, the same developer that did the Power Rangers games for the Super NES.



Chojin Sentai Jetman
The Jetman video game for the Family Computer (or Famicom). Also a game for NES (Nintendo) published by Toei. There were levels you could fight as the five Jetman or with the robos.


Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger
The Zyuranger video game for the Family Computer (or Famicom). Also a game for NES (Nintendo) published by Toei. There were levels you could fight as the five Zyuranger or with the robos. Griffiozer, Bukkubakku, and Tottobatto were bosses.


Gekisou Sentai Carranger
Carranger game was released in Japan by Bandai in 1996, and required the Sufami Turbo accessory. Despite the fact that Carranger was adapted into Power Rangers: Turbo, the game was never brought to the U.S. as such because, by the time Turbo premiered in 1997, the Nintendo 64 arrived on North American shores. There are two possible endings depending on whether or not all five mecha were rebuilt. If they are, then the "good" ending is triggered. If not, the "bad" ending will be triggered instead, where the Earth is destroyed.

Denji Sentai Megaranger
In 1997 for the Sega Pico, You could click on the Rangers, their weapons, or zords to get basic info about them. Change the suit colors or create your own twisted beast by mixing various parts of five monsters from the show. Some game play involved knocking out the Kunekune before they could knock the Rangers off or clicking on the screen at the right moment so Galaxy Mega could attack the monster before it gets hurt.


Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger
It was for the PlayStation. You could play with all the Power Animals.


Ninpu Sentai Hurrianger
Hurricanger for the PlayStation. You could play a hidden code to play with the GaoKing.

Super Sentai Battle: Dice-O
Super Sentai Battle: Dice-O is a combination arcade game and collectible card game featuring the characters of the Super Sentai Series. Like Bandai's previous Cardass video game Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbaride, the game is a tie in with TV Asahi and Toei Company's television series.

UPDATED SEPTEMBER 2, 2010
A poster helped me with some games.
LSI Games from Bandai:
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GOGO Dynaman (released as a table cabinet)
Bakuhatsu Dynaman (released as a table cabinet)

Pocket Club P1 Mini: Fiveman: Hissatsu Five Robo

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Pocket Club P1 Mini: Chōjin Sentai Jetman: Jet Icarus Tōjō
Pocket Club P1 Mini: Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger: Daizyuzin Tōjō!
Pocket Club P1 Mini: Gosei Sentai Dairanger: Tatakae! Ryuseioh
Pocket Club P1 Mini: Ninja Sentai Kakuranger: Muteki Shōgun Sanjō


Console Games (besides one covered in this blog post):
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Karaoke Studio for the Famicom Disk System
The Maskman team makes an appearance

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SD Battle Ōzumō: Heisei Hero Basho for Famicom
Features the Turborobo, Liverobo, Great Five, Flash King, and Bio Hunter Silva.

Azito2 for PlayStation (1998)
Features Denziman and Bioman

Azito3 for PlayStation (2000)
Features Gorenger, Jetman, Carranger and Megaranger

Tokusatsu Bōken Katsugeki: Super Hero Retsuden (2000)
Features Goranger and JAKQ by Banpresto (Bandai subsidiary) for the Dreamcast.

Super Tokusatsu Taisen 2001 for PS2
Featured the Goranger

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Japanese Wikipedia page seems to have a comprehensive list.

LSI Games:
* GOGO Dynaman (released as a table cabinet)
* Bakuhatsu Dyname (same)
* Pocket Club P1 Mini: Fiveman: Hissatsu Five Robo
* Pocket Club P1 Mini: Chōjin Sentai Jetman: Jet Icarus Tōjō
* Pocket Club P1 Mini: Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger: Daizyuzin Tōjō!
* Pocket Club P1 Mini: Gosei Sentai Dairanger: Tatakae! Ryuseioh
* Pocket Club P1 Mini: Ninja Sentai Kakuranger: Muteki Shōgun Sanjō

Console Games (besides one covered in this blog post):
* Karaoke Studio for the Famicom Disk System - The Maskman team makes an appearance
* SD Battle Ōzumō: Heisei Hero Basho for Famicom - Features the Turborobo, Liverobo, Great Five, Flash King, and Bio Hunter Silva.
* Azito2 for PlayStation - Features Denziman and Bioman
* Azito3 for PlayStation - Features Gorenger, Jetman, Carranger and Megaranger
* Tokusatsu Bōken Katsugeki: Super Hero Retsuden for Dreamcast - Features Gorenger and JAKQ
* Super Tokusatsu Taisen 2001 for PS2 - Features Gorenger

Plus a bunch of other games for niche platforms like Pico, Playdia and Beena.

Lavender Ranger said...

k i'll update it tomorrow

diego josé said...

I Have played almost all of those and actually you can only play as GaoRed the Gaoranger one. But the "megazord" mode is the coolest thing I've played in ages.

BTW, I've been working on a project that you, as a KR and PR fan, may be interested in:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a0Mpy4wKmos