With a new chapter in the Power Rangers saga unfolding in theaters across the country this weekend, Saban and Lionsgate have teamed with mobile developer nWay to release Power Rangers: Legacy Wars, a real-time mobile fighting game featuring heroes and villains from throughout series history.
Since its 1993 North American debut, the Power Rangers series has produced 23 complete seasons of television. In celebration of the upcoming live-action movie, Twitch is streaming every single episode in one massive 16-day marathon, kicking off Tuesday, March 14.
During Square Enix’s big Final Fantasy anniversary event, the Tokyo-based game maker revealed “muteki suits” (invincible suits) as an upcoming free Final Fantasy XV download. If you thought the outfits (above) looked like Power Ranger costumes, you were not alone.
Can we just get a Power Rangers Musou already and stop releasing nonsense like Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Mega Battle?
Fans of the rainbow rangers have been eagerly awaiting the reveal of Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers: Mega Battle since the name was leaked earlier this year. Well here it is, and it’s exactly the sort of game we’d have been playing when the show first launched.
Playing around with some of the latest Power Ranger Dino Charge toys and transformable plushies from Saban’s Popples reboot has inspired me to do two things—one noble, and one mildly insane.
Meet Chojin Neiger. Unlike other heroes who spend their time battling foes, Neiger is often found farming, not fighting.
Yesterday, a fan-made Power Rangers reboot released on video hosting site Vimeo. The video, which showcased a more dark take on Power Rangers, exploded—tons of people seemed to like it. But not the people who actually make Power Rangers.
Massive intergalactic warfare. Tons of cussin'. Lethal force up the wazoo. Threesomes. Yup, you've probably never seen Power Rangers look like this.
Yeah, a big part of the appeal of Power Rangers (and Super Sentai) is how damn corny everything is, but let's imagine for a second that someone wanted to make a modern Power Rangers movie. And wanted to ditch corny for more of a Godzilla vibe.
This year's Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade not only saw Eruptor from Skylanders floating down the street, but also the Red Power Ranger.
Thirty-two year-old Yasutomo Ihara had a career of acting in Power Rangers and Kamen Rider television programs and movies. He was one of the guys dressed up in a suit, doing the fight scenes and stunts. And now, he's in trouble with the law for a series of alleged robberies.
Barbarians might not be the most powerful class right now in Diablo III, but with a little creativity they'll look like the most powerful ones. You just need to dress them up as the Power Rangers.
Taiwan has had fairly good relations with Japan—that's taking into account that Japan once occupied the island. To celebrate and to strengthen these relations, Japan's NGO Earth non government organization recently sent a group of volunteers to the island. The volunteers were Power Rangers.
Scratch that. This could be the biggest boner you'll ever see, full stop.