nWay, the developers behind the recently announced Power Rangers: Battle For The Grid for the Nintendo Switch, has unleashed a new trailer for the villainous Lord Drakkon. Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid will be available both physically and digitally this April on the platform and will cost $19.99. A firm release date should come fairly soon.
ABOUT LORD DRAKKON Lord Drakkon is Tommy Oliver from a world where he never strayed from the path of evil, even once Rita’s spell was broken. His ambition unsated by conquering his own world, he turns his gaze towards the entirety of the Morphin Grid. Drakkon is a high mobility fighter with a wide range of attack options that keeps his opponent’s guessing. Although many of his combos and attack sequences are beginner-friendly, there are several advanced techniques players can learn in order to optimize his attack sequences and combos.
ABOUT POWER RANGERS: BATTLE FOR THE GRID A modern take on the 25 year franchise, Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid showcases stunning graphics in vivid details. Pit current and classic Rangers and villains like never before in 3 vs. 3 tag battles. Test your skills online against friends and players from around the world for endless replayability.
25 YEARS OF RANGERS Generations of Power Rangers collide across the multiverse’s 25 year history. Experience authentic but reimagined Power Rangers battle sequences like never before.
BUILT FROM THE GROUND UP FOR CONSOLE Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid features traditional fighting game controls with intuitive combat and plenty of depth.
A LIVE GAME Test your skills against live players from around the world. Regular post-launch content drops, such as new characters, arenas, and features, will make the game feel alive and always fresh.
I would be interested in this because I grew up with power rangers but only if it didn’t seem like such a cash grab. I’ll wait for reviews but I’m not expecting much, probly just another low quality power ranger game.
How does it seem like a cash grab? Isn’t it gonna be $20.00 to buy? We don’t even know details regarding this game’s DLC.
The backgrounds look bland and they don’t show anything about it besides a few vague fight scenes. Maybe it’ll be worth it for $20 but they didn’t show enough to make it a purchase for me at least. Given its releasing in April and we know nothing about it this is usually a big tell on the amount of content it’s going to have. But who knows
Give me Ivan Ooze, or you will lose.
This. That live action trailer for the Lord Drakkon comics. These things just make me really want a freaking 2 or 3 season show for Lord Drakkon. It’d be awesome to see Jason David Frank play a villain again. Especially now that his acting ability should be a vast improvement over his early days as the evil Green Ranger.
Go Green Ranger, Go.
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Too bad Natsume wasn’t working on this. Them and Banpresto were the only companies to ever do good PR games.