Well what can i say. Basically it is just a bunch of minigames in which you only use the touch screen to control. Though it is fun to use the stylus and do the gokai change in one of the 35 Sentai Red Ranger the gameplay itself is pretty boring. Fans might have fun with this but it would be a lot better if this had been a plattformer or a game like dynasty warriors (think the wii game of gokaiger might be like that).
Still fans of kaizoku sentai gokaiger might have their fun with this but everyone else should wait for a better sentai game or try out the wii version.
protomanV89(84) on 21, Oct. 2012 03:24 (HKT)
Very easy mission, just play for fun if you like Gobuster.
pikaflash_version_02(3) on 01, Aug. 2012 02:55 (HKT)
35 Years of the Super Sentai series and Bandai decides to come up with a Gokaiger game for the DS (There's also one on the Wii, but let's focus on the DS game).
This game is not as challenging as one would think, but considering that some the game's target audience are kids, that's one thing I kept in mind when I played it.
It lacks a lot of replay value for the average gamer, but for a fan of the Super Sentai, one can emulate the change to transform into the 35 Red Rangers (or Gokai Silver and his Gold Mode) and enter into battle.
Another thing to note is that all of the gameplay barely (actually, it doesn't) use the buttons on the DS. It's mostly touch screen and the occassional microphone usage in the mini-games and battles.
In summary, this game is mainly targeted for Super Sentai fans.