BANDAI NAMCO Games America Inc. announced today that Saban’s Power Rangers Super Megaforce® will hit stores in the Americas this fall for the Nintendo 3DS™ hand-held system. Power Rangers Super Megaforce marks the 21st season of the iconic television series, which currently airs on Nickelodeon. The action side-scrolling Nintendo 3DS game gives fans the chance to experience the legendary powers of the Super Megaforce Rangers and save the earth from evil.
This season, the Power Rangers Super Megaforce must defeat a massive alien Armada sent to conquer earth. With the help of their supernatural guardian, Gosei, the Power Rangers are given special morphers and keys that allow them to morph into Super Megaforce Rangers. Using these keys, they also have the amazing new ability to morph into any team of Legendary Rangers from the past, gaining access to their incredible powers, weapons, Zords and Megazords.
In this new game, fans will be able to play as their favorite Super Megaforce Rangers in addition to the Legendary Red Power Rangers and the iconic Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. Players will also engage in epic Zord battles to conquer the colossal monsters that threaten humankind. Go Go Super Megaforce!
About Bandai Namco
Bandai Namco Holdings Inc. is a merger of two of the biggest and longest-running gaming companies in the world, Namco and Bandai. On September 29, 2005, Bandai Co., Ltd. and Namco Limited implemented a management integration to form Namco Bandai Holdings Inc. This step was taken to compete more effectively on the global stage in the fast-changing entertainment industry and to deliver further growth. The resulting Bandai Namco Group is a global entertainment group involved in business fields ranging from toys, amusement facilities, video game software and visual software, to apparel, sundries and network content.
Bandai Namco Games America Inc. is the company’s US-based office in Santa Clara, CA. The company is a subsidiary of Bandai Namco Holdings (USA) Inc. based in Cypress, CA., and of the global entertainment group Bandai Namco Holdings, based in Tokyo, Japan.