PR: MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS™: MEGA BATTLE Coming to Consoles

Thursday, October 6th, 2016

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Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Mega Battle

I bet you never thought you’d be reading about a Power Rangers game in this day and age, did you? Well Bandai Namco is bringing back one of our childhood favorite Super Sentai series in a brand new game for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. SABAN’S MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS™: MEGA BATTLE will feature beat em up combat with strange, otherworldly enemies, giant Megazord battles, and the classic Power Rangers action we all love and remember from when we were kids. Here’s a bit of what Bandai Namco has to say about SABAN’S MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS: MEGA BATTLE:

SABAN’S MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS: MEGA BATTLE features levels that are reminiscent of classic episodes from the first two seasons of SABAN’S MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS TV show. The game enables players to select their Power Ranger of choice and level-up his or her abilities throughout the game as they fight grotesque enemies and bosses. Adept use of martial arts, weapons, and giant Megazord™ battles will play crucial roles in ensuring players’ victory against evil. SABAN’S MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS: MEGA BATTLE will also feature a robust local co-op multiplayer mode where players can combine their powers to execute special attacks and spectacular displays of martial arts power. By utilizing the game’s skill tree, players can use points to learn new moves and abilities.

The game will be available digitally on both platforms sometime in January 2017.

Source: Press Release

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  • Mr0303

    Sounds interesting, but there is a disturbing lack of the Green Ranger in that picture. Curious to see more.

  • Panpopo

    This seems cool – the animations remind me of flash animations from newgrounds.

  • JGuill

    The SNES and Genesis Power Rangers games were actually surprisingly decent. I recommend checking those out too if you are feeling nostalgic for Power Rangers.

  • Speed12345

    I didn’t like the chibi design. The SNES/Genesis one did better.