TRIAL! Keiichi hasegawa Gives the Terui’s a final focused story…that’s pretty superfluous considering they already completed their character arcs. ETERNAL! Riku sanjou Concludes all of the Video W content with Exploring Katsumi Daidou’s backstory…and in doing so harms the view-ability of one of the best Kamen Rider movies made. Toei does not learn.
SKULL! We Dive into W’s Post-series stories with Akiko gaining a look back on her father’s origins as a Rider on her wedding day…while Toshiki Inoue takes the characters of Kamen Rider OOO for a ride that Doesn’t make much Sense, even if you know Nobunaga Oda. Poor Eiji Hino, he’s barely relevant to his own damn Crossover film.
JOKER! W Ends with the Series’ final revelations, Ryu Finding true closure and Love, and the machination of the world’s end Challenged by the Final Trump. EXTREME! Fuuto comes under attack by Dangerous zombies and new gaia memories, as the series secret antagonists’ other machinations clash catastrophically with the plot of a madman out for revenge.
TRIGGER! Ryu reaches the next level of speed in his final confrontation with Weather, as Museum restructures itself amidst increased pressure from it’s investors.
METAL! Shotaro and Phillip’s partnership is driven to the Test amidst the introduction of Ryu’s mysterious benefactor and her ever-present hatred.
ACCEL! Story shifts Drive a new character into the cast, as a new long-running case takes form.
FANG! W dives back to the event that set off their adventures amidst a case of the sudden resurrections. And actually pulls such a plot off unlike Kamen Rider Taisen which ripped this movie off.
LUNA! W continues it’s early arc with further establishment of the city, mistaken identities, and Akiko taking some responsibility for herself.
CYCLONE! The Rider reviews jump ahead to the 2-in-1 Rider Popularly considered one of the best Entry’s in the Franchise! HEAT! W Begins with a Windy city set on Fire with the Burning blood of it’s criminal element.
Gospel’s attacks escalate, as the core of Electopia’s network is assaulted, before their machinations go global.
Style Change! The Hikari brothers return in the second mainline battle network outing, facing down a Net mafia on their school break!
The most infamous arc in the franchise opens the door to the real way to play the game, the introduction of some of the strongest monsters in the game… and an antagonist SEVERELY screwed over during the import. Also, a god turned into an executive producer. What idiot thought that was a good Idea?
The long-awaited Finale to the Ruroken Movie reviews showscases what is ultimately the weakest of the three films…and sadly we get to them after funimation has made them widely available. Once again, Our timing is terrible.
Duelist kingdom wraps with many more context shifts for characters in their original version, and a lot of cards that were later expanded into their own really cool archetypes. http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x5kul8i_shinta-s-take-on-yugioh-duelist-kingdom-finals_fun
Log on! Shinta plugs into the Battle network game that’s technically not a battle network game which tries mixing the classic game-series’ battle elements and the Late-X-series 3D platforming into the BN’s RPG stylization! Suffice to say, it goes badly.