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Get ready for a retro brawl with the release of River City Girls Zero on the PlayStation and Xbox family of consoles!
“Get ready to brawl like it’s 1994! River City Girls Zero, the 16-bit beat-’em-up that inspired River City Girls 1, is now available digitally on PS4, PS5, and Xbox! Experience the origin of the River City Girls story as Kunio and Riki, along with Misako and Kyoko, attempt to clear their names of a heinous crime by uppercutting, spin-kicking, stomping, and slamming every thug that gets in their way! The retro graphics, music, and gameplay are joined by a new intro, new cutscenes, and new music by Megan McDuffee and DEMONDICE. River City Girls Zero is also available on Nintendo Switch, and will arrive on Steam on September 22.”Synopsis via WayForward
River City Girls Zero is an English-localized version of the 1994 version of Shin Nekketsu Kōha: Kunio-Tachi no Banka. This release combines the classic two-player couch co-op gameplay with a new intro, motion comic cutscenes with English & Japanese voiceover options, music, and bonus archival materials to check out.
River City Girls Zero is available now for the Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. It will be available on Steam on September 22nd.
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