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Kishin Dōji ZENKI: Battle Raiden (SNES)

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Once already Chiaki and her reluctant demon servant Zenki have saved the world from the forces of darkness, but apparently once is never enough. Chiaki has a vision of five cloaked figures and knows that only she and Zenki can stop them. At once they set off to track down the demon leaders.

In Kishin Douji ZENKI: Battle Raiden the player takes the role of Zenki. At first, and occasionally through the game, Zenki will be in his powered down form where he can only punch, jump, and dash. After Chiaki recovers her bracelet, or regains her concentration, or whatever she needs to do at the time, she can transform Zenki into his powered up form. In this form Zenki deals more damage and has a much longer list of attacks that get added to as the game progresses, such as a pillar of energy, an electrified punch, and a dashing attack. By picking up scrolls Zenki can do a powerful Rudora attack to all enemies on screen, but this attack damages Zenki as well.

To complete platforming levels Zenki will have to make it to the end of the level while occasionally finding hidden stone monuments that, when destroyed, will drop items as well as alter the level or remove obstacles, allowing Zenki to pass. After a stage's first platforming level is a midboss fight, and after the second platforming level is the boss fight proper.


Kishin Dōji ZENKI: Battle Raiden SNES Nagi gets her Belmont on for the start of this fight.
Kishin Dōji ZENKI: Battle Raiden SNES Sometimes, instead of finding life-giving demon-eyes in stones, you'll find demon demon-eyes that grow legs and try to eat you.
Kishin Dōji ZENKI: Battle Raiden SNES They don't call Zenki the Dragon Slayer for nothing. Actually they don't call Zenki the Dragon Slayer, but they're about to.
Kishin Dōji ZENKI: Battle Raiden SNES Lost magic bracelets are always in the last place you look.

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Lain Crowley (5410) added Kishin Dōji ZENKI: Battle Raiden (SNES) on Aug 06, 2010