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WayForward has readied a minute-long trailer for River City Girls Zero that shows how the River City Girls story began.

As a bit of a recap, below is an overview of the game:

River City Girls Zero physical

Limited Run Games has shared details on a new physical release of River City Girls Zero for Switch.

Fans will be able to choose between a few different options: standard, Classic Edition, and Ultimate Edition. The Classic Edition packs in a copy of the game, a reversible 18″ 24″ poster, and an original soundtrack in a retro box. The Ultimate Edition features a copy of the game, a poster, a soundtrack, and a retro cart keychain as well as posable Misako & Kyoko action figures.

Dragon Ball FighterZ Android 21 Lab Coat

Android 21 (Lab Coat) is joining Dragon Ball FighterZ as a new DLC fighter, Bandai Namco and Arc System Works revealed today.

Actual information was not provided. The two companies did release a teaser trailer for the character, which we’ve included below.

River City Girls 2

River City Girls 2 appeared during today’s Indie World Showcase with a new trailer. Additionally, developer WayForward provided an update release window of Summer 2022.

We’ve got more information about River City Girls 2 below.

River City Girls Zero delayed

WayForward has provided a status update on River City Girls Zero, confirming that the beat ’em up game has been delayed to early 2022. The studio said that the move was made in order to ensure “the most accurate port and best experience possible”. Some new art was also released, which we have above.

River City Girls Zero was actually first made available on the Super Famicom back in 1994. However, it has never seen an official western release. WayForward has been responsible for the new port, which is in development for Switch.

Persona 4 Arena Ultimax

Atlus is bringing the fighting title Persona 4 Arena Ultimax to Switch, the company revealed during The Game Awards 2021. It will launch on March 17, 2022.

The game originally released for arcades in 2013, followed by the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in 2014. It was co-developed by Arc System Works of Guilty Gear, BlazBlue, and Dragon Ball FighterZ fame.

Publisher Arc System Works and  developer APlus Games have announced that River City Saga: Three Kingdoms is coming to Switch in Japan on December 16. Additionally, some new gameplay details have been revealed for the game, along with a new trailer.

Dragon Ball FighterZ and Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 have each surpassed eight million units in terms of total worldwide shipments and digital sales, Bandai Namco announced today. That applies to combined sales across all platforms.

Bandai Namco is celebrating the milestones with different activities for both games. Get the full rundown below, courtesy of Gematsu.

River City Girls 2

At the Tokyo Game Show today, Arc System Works and WayForward issued the first trailer for River City Girls 2.

River City Girls 2 builds on the success of the original beat ’em up game. It’ll include online co-op following fan requests, support for Japanese voice acting, and more content in terms of characters, number of stages and items, events, actions, and other elements. More information will be provided at a later date.

Here’s the first trailer for River City Girls 2:

River City Saga: Three Kingdoms

River City Saga: Three Kingdoms, also known as Kunio-kun no Sangokushi dayo: Zeiin Shuugou!, received an update at the Tokyo Game Show today. Arc System Works offered a new look at the game and shared the opening movie.

Here’s the video:

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