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    Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid

    Game » consists of 4 releases. Released Mar 26, 2019

    A fighting game pitting Power Rangers and their villains from across the franchise against each other.

    Short summary describing this game.

    Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid last edited by Nes on 12/14/21 05:02AM View full history

    Overview

    Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid is a sci-fi fighting game developed and digitally published by nWay for the Xbox One and Nintendo Switch on March 26, 2019. It was later released for the PlayStation 4 on April 2, 2019 and for the PC on September 24, 2019. It was later released for Google Stadia on June 1, 2020.

    Based on the studio's previous adaptation of the Power Rangers series (the 2017 mobile game Power Rangers: Legacy Wars), Battle for the Grid is a traditional fighting game with tag-team mechanics similar to the Marvel vs. Capcom series. It also features a unique "Mega Assist" system where players choose a colossal character (namely the series' Zords) to assist them from off-screen, and complete cross-platform multiplayer and progression support (with PS4 support added on February 5, 2020).

    While most of the original set of playable characters are based on the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers series (and its 2016 comic book spin-off), the game features characters from multiple eras of the Power Rangers timeline. Additional characters were added as post-release DLC (with a Season Pass system), including guest characters from Capcom's Street Fighter series.

    The PS4 and Switch versions of the game received a limited-edition physical release by Limited Run on June 10, 2019. Along with the standard version, a "Mega Edition" was released with a bonus steelbook and other goodies. The game later received a second physical release by Maximum Games on August 10, 2021, dubbed the "Super Edition", which included all DLC and special content prior to the Season 4 Pass.

    Gameplay

    Mega Assists

    Characters

    The game's original release included nine playable characters, with three alternate appearances as pre-order and Collector's Edition bonuses. Additional characters and alternate appearances were later added as downloadable content.

    Some characters are voiced by their original actors, including Jason Lee Scott (voiced by Austin St. John), Tommy Oliver (voiced by Jason David Frank), Goldar (voiced by Kerrigan Mahan), Eric Myers (voiced by Daniel Southworth), Adam Park (voiced by Johnny Yong Bosch), and Rita Repulsa (voiced by Barbara Goodson). David Fielding also reprises his role as Zordon.

    Base Game

    The following were added to the game via an April 30, 2019 update:

    Post-Release DLC

    Season 1 Pass

    Also includes an alternate "Red Ranger w/ Dragon Shield" variant for Jason Lee Scott.

    Season 2 Pass

    Also includes an alternate "White Ranger" variant for Tommy Oliver.

    Season 3 Pass

    Also includes an alternate "Phantom Beast King" variant for Dai Shi.

    Street Fighter Pack

    • Ryu - As the "Crimson Hawk Ranger" from Power Rangers: Legacy Wars. Guest character from the Street Fighter franchise. Has two alternate variants: "Helmetless Ryu" (as part of the Super Edition) and "Angel Grove Class of '93". Released on May 25, 2021.
    • Chun-Li - As the "Blue Phoenix Ranger" from Power Rangers: Legacy Wars. Guest character from the Street Fighter franchise. Has an alternate "Angel Grove Class of '93" variant. Released on May 25, 2021.

    Season 4 Pass

    Also includes an alternate "Formal Attire" variant for Anubis "Doggie" Cruger.

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