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Knock Out Fighter is a fighter game, where you just beat up your opponent until you knock them out.
Transforming into Kamen Rider Para-DX for the first time having been given the Gashat Gear Dual by Kuroto Dan to warm-up while he prepared Kamen Rider Chronicle, Parad tested the power of the Fighter Gamer by easily defeating Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Sports Action Gamer Level 3.
Having been struck in Puzzle Gamer by the Level 5 Revol Bugster, acting in defense of Emu whom he had defeated, Para-DX switched to Fighter Gamer, proceeding to swiftly destroy the Bugster with his Critical Smash despite Kamen Rider Genm's protest.
Enraged about the fact that Genm used Motors Bugster Level 5 as a decoy, Parad immediately transformed into Para-DX Fighter Gamer Level 50 and attacked Genm with an infinitive number of punches before changing into Puzzle Gamer Level 50 to finish him off.
During his fight with Brave Fantasy Gamer Level 50, Para-DX used 2 Recover Energy Items to heal himself before changing into Fighter Gamer Level 50 and easily attacked Brave mostly because of the pain that Brave receiver when assuming this form. Para-DX later left the battlefield.
Para-DX Fighter Gamer Level 50 fought Snipe Simulation Gamer Level 50 and was easily beaten by this form before he changed into Puzzle Gamer Level 50.
Chou Super Hero TaisenEdit
Gashat Gear DualEdit
When activated, the Gashat reformats the battlefield into a Game Area. It seems to spawn five different Energy Items.
- Kamen Rider Para-DX (Ex-Aid Episodes 15, 16, 18, 20, 21, Chou Super Hero Taisen)
- Knock Out Fighter is based on various tournament fighter games, such as: Punch-Out!!, Street Fighter, Tekken, Dead or Alive, Virtua Fighter, etc.
- The game's mascot resembles Ryu, Kyo Kusanagi & Akira Yuki from the Street Fighter, King of Fighters & Virtua Fighter franchises.
- The standby announcement of "Round 1" is often heard at the start of fighting games. The "K.O." announcement at the end of executing a finisher is often heard in fighting games when an opponent of the player is defeated.
- Kamen Rider Ex-Aid
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