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Bushiroad and Craft Egg have released the first trailer for the Switch version of BanG Dream! Girls Band Party.

The video confirms support for standard and touch controls. For Joy-Con players, an original difficult mode can be accessed.

Here’s the trailer:

BanG Dream! Girls Band Party, which was first announced for Switch in February, has secured a release date. Bushiroad and Craft Egg have announced that the title will release on September 16 in Japan.

For those who pick up a first-print copy, they’ll receive a clear poster with a new illustration.

A teaser site for BanG Dream! Girls Band Party can be accessed here.

During a live stream today, it was announced that a Switch version of BanG Dream! Girls Band Party! is in development. The rhythm game is planned for 2021 in Japan.

BanG Dream! is a multimedia franchise spanning manga, anime, and more. BanG Dream! Girls Band Party! is the series’ first mobile title, which has received an official English translation.

Here’s a trailer for the mobile version:

Pretty much out of nowhere, publisher Bushiroad released a Shinchan game on the Switch. “CRAYON SHINCHAN The Storm Called FLAMING KASUKABE RUNNER!!” is now available to download on the eShop. Currently, it’s only available on the North American eShop, where it costs $9.99. This runner game was initially released as a smartphone game in Japan in 2014 before getting localized in 2016. Here’s an overview from Nintendo’s website: