Power Rangers has been going for 25 years now, and that’s just the American series. I could talk about the Super Sentai series that originated it, and what the American series builds off of, but that’s best for another time. Then there’s the comic book series in its current run that the game even draws from. nWay first released Power Rangers: Legacy Wars for mobile based on all of this back in 2017. Now, Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid is decidedly different than the mobile game, but shares a lot of what that game does, but with a more dedicated focus that only benefits it a standalone game.
Power Rangers Legacy sees its biggest update, continues to grow and receive involvement from veteran Power Rangers actors like Jason David Frank.
Power Rangers: Legacy Wars, nWay’s synchronous multiplayer fighting game, is continuing its hot streak with a brand-new content update introducing the greatly requested “Direct Match” feature that allows friends or guild members to directly fight each other. More series favorite characters such as the White Ranger from Dino Thunder are joining the fight today, too!
Power Rangers: Legacy Wars, nWay’s synchronous multiplayer fighting game, has been downloaded more than 12 million times on iOS and Android with tens of millions of matches played in the three weeks since launching. There’s also a huge content update morphin its way into the game today that adds new characters and arenas – including the Green Ranger.