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Lost Heroes is a turn-based RPG released for the Sony PlayStation Portable on September 6, 2012, as well as Nintendo 3DS on December 13 of the same year. It is part of the Ultra Series, Kamen Rider, and Gundam crossover game franchise, the Compati Heroes series.

Heroes from various worlds wake up in an unknown location, and what's more, their enemies are here as well. Worst still, the heroes have found that their powers have been lost. Nontheless, they work together to regain their strength, stop the plots of the villains, and return home.

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Playable Heroes:

A sequel, Lost Heroes 2, was later released for the Nintendo 3DS on February 5, 2015, continuing from the original's story, alongside a downloadable re-release of the original game with improved game balance(titled Lost Heroes BONUS EDITION). The sequel features the return of Mebius, Zero, W, OOO, God Gundam, and 00 Raiser as playable characters.

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New Playable Heroes in 2:

Notably, both 2 and BONUS EDITION include voices for the playable characters.


This game contains examples of the following:

  • Combination Attack: One of the big pluses of the game is good amount of these there are, especially the ones between characters from different franchises:
    • Ultra Star Operation: Ultraman and Seven.
    • Combination Zero: Seven and Zero.
    • Tajador Dynamite: Taro and OOO.
    • Limit Over-Blade: Mebius and 00 Raiser/00 Qan[T].
    • Erupting Big Bang Finger: Zero and God Gundam.
    • Our Finishing Move W Version: Den-O and W.
    • Double Rider Kick: W and OOO.
    • Twin Finallusion: W and Wing Zero.
    • Leo Zero Double Flasher: Leo and Zero.
    • Shisi Touhou Fuhai-ken: Leo and God Gundam.
    • GN Ultimate Zero Sword: Zero and 00 Qan[T].
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    • Super Galaxy Cross Shoot: Ginga and Fourze.
    • RX-0 Combination: RX and Unicorn.
    • Moonlight Bird: OOO and Turn A.
    • Fire Drill Kick: Fourze and Wizard.
    • Maximum Output Beam Raiser: Turn A and 00 Qan[T].
  • Distressed Dude: In the first game, all of the original 5 Ultra Brothers, as well as the original Double Riders and RX, are held by the villains for experimentaion.
    • Happens again in 2: 1-gou and Ultraman are captured again, this time alongside Nu Gundam.
  • Downloadable Content: 2 has this to add 6 characters from the first game to your group, complete with updated visuals (but without any Combination Attacks ivolving them): Ultraman, Ultraseven, Kamen Rider 1-gou, Kamen Rider Den-O, Nu Gundam, and Zeta Gundam.
  • Punny Name: The name of Turn A and OOO's Combination Attack, "Moonlight Bird," is a pun on the name of Turn A's strongest weapon, the "Moonlight Butterfly," as both attacks would be pronounced in Japanse as "Gekkou-Chou."
  • Suddenly Voiced: BONUS EDITION gives all its heroes voiced lines for their Hero Skills and Combination Attacks. 2 not only does that, but also gives lines for the regular Skills.
  • Villain Team-Up: Various villains have already formed a group before the original game's start. They are referred to as the "Regis Army," due to them wanting to unlock the secrets of Regis (the game's setting) for their ambitions.
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