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Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger
Box artwork for Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger.
Japanese title百獣戦隊ガオレンジャー
Developer(s)Natsume
Publisher(s)Bandai
Release date(s)
Genre(s)Beat 'em up
System(s)PlayStation
Rating(s)
CERO: CERO All old.gif All ages
Preceded byCarranger
Followed byHurricanger
SeriesSuper Sentai
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Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger is a game based on the Super Sentai season of the same name, developed by Natsume, and published by Bandai in 2001. Gaoranger would be the basis for Power Rangers Wild Force, which started production on Fox Kids but was moved to Disney after the rights were bought from Saban midway through production by Buena Vista Corporation, Disney's former parent company responsible for most live-action shows during the time. Disney would continue to hold the rights for nine years until Saban bought them back in 2010, although now Power Rangers is shown on Nickelodeon due to the Fox Box (the successor to Fox Kids, which was started in 2003) being shut down in 2008 to be merged with the CW to make Vortex, which aired until 2013.

Gaoranger loosely follows the plot of the original series, albeit abridged at times. Players, who are always GaoRed (the Red Wild Force Ranger), with the other Gaorangers being played by the CPU, are tasked with the simplest of goals: make your way through the masses of Orgs, demons that plan on returning their master, the Master Org, to his full power so they can pollute the world and take over, and defeat the boss Org of that area using their mech, the GaoKing.

Gaoranger got Bandai the Best status in 2003.

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