Super Sentai Battle Dice O

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Super Sentai Battle: Dice-O is a Massive Multiplayer Crossover arcade game featuring the heroes, mecha, and villains of the long-running Super Sentai franchise. Originally introduced as a tie-in to Tensou Sentai Goseiger (that team's powers come from cards that were made with the same layout as the ones in real life at the time), the game was upgraded to Dice-O DX (Deluxe) for the premiere of Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger.

Players scan cards to represent a team of five heroes from Super Sentai's various series, along with a Humongous Mecha and either a Sixth Ranger or a Finishing Move that will appear on a certain round. In battle, the team to attack is decided by a roulette wheel, with the best result on each wheel allowing that team member to perform an individual Finishing Move. After a few turns have passed one or both sides will be able to summon their Humongous Mecha for a chance at doing large amounts of damage. The winner is the one to drop the opponent's Hit Points to zero.

Series currently represented in the game include:

The Kamen Rider equivalent is Kamen Rider Battle Ganbaride.

Tropes used in Super Sentai Battle Dice O include:


  • Artifact Title: The game used to represent its attacks by six-sided dice. Now, it uses a wheel. The dice graphics are still in the game, but they're only used in two specific DX Waza cards.
  • Boss Subtitles: When playing against villains in the single-player mode, they'll get a boss subtitle at the start of the battle. If a player or opposing team uses a complete team of rangers, that series' logo will serve as their boss subtitle.
  • The Dev Team Thinks of Everything: A lot of the characters have dialogue bits for any part of their team's Finishing Move, so you can put them in any order. And if you use the Gokai Galleon Buster, you'll get the correct "Charge" color for whoever is your team's leader.
  • Fire-Breathing Diner: Gokai Yellow's special involves inflicting this on her opponents. Don't ask how they eat through the helmets...
  • Five-Man Band: You don't have to build a team following the archetypes, but you always have to have five members. If you use rangers that commonly fought as a smaller group (such as Taiyou Sentai Sun Vulcan or Choujuu Sentai Liveman you can get them to announce their team name if you use the smaller group, and the rest of the team will just fall in behind them without posing at the end of the roll call screen.
  • Guest Fighter: Space Sheriff Gavan was included in the game as a promotional card after his appearance in Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger vs. Space Sheriff Gavan the Movie.
  • Last Chance Hit Point: On occasion, if a player runs out of Hit Points, they will be given a few points back due to "Sentai Spirit" and have one last chance to make a comeback. (This applies both in one-player and two-player mode.)
  • Massive Multiplayer Crossover: If you've ever wondered who would win if the Kakurangers fought the Hurricanegers, or if a team of all Pinks could beat a team of all Reds, now's your chance.
  • Sixth Ranger: A game mechanic, "EX Ranger Cards". If you scan one at the start of the game, a Sixth Ranger will join your team for one round, giving you a better chance of overpowering your opponent. Also, they do their Finishing Move no matter what roulette result they get.
  • Spot of Tea: Gokai Pink's special involves her sipping tea before and after blasting the hell out of her enemies. Again, don't ask about the helmet...
  • Super Mode: Regular and "super" characters get separate cards, but in some cases a normal character's Finishing Move will trigger a "Super Henshin", adding the super-version's attack on top (albeit with reduced damage).
  • Super Sentai Stance: Before battle begins, each team of rangers does their roll call and poses in this style, though sufficiently mixed groups can be completely non-symmetrical.
  • Theme Music Power-Up: When a team attacks, its leader's series theme song plays. Some other situations can cause other members of the team to have their songs play as well.