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UFO Interactive has shared an English version of the official trailer for Raiden IV x Mikado Remix. Get a closer look at the shoot ’em up title below.

Raiden IV x Mikado Remix launches for Switch on April 22.

Update (3/3): Although there’s still been no official announcement, this looks to be a lock at this point. Amazon now has its own listing up with the boxart (see below) and May 6 release date. Pre-orders are open here.

Original (2/26): The shoot ’em up title Raiden IV x Mikado Remix was revealed for Switch a couple of months ago. Although we’ve only heard about a release in Japan thus far, it seems that a western launch is planned as well.

Raiden IV x Mikado Remix popped up today on the ESRB. UFO Interactive is listed as the publisher, which makes sense since the company was involved with Raiden V: Director’s Cut as well. There’s been no official announcement yet, but we’ll likely be hearing something soon.

Moss will ship Raiden IV x Mikado Remix on April 22 in Japan. View a trailer for the game here.

Moss has gone live with the first trailer for Raiden IV x Mikado Remix, its shoot ’em up arcade game for Switch. Get a look at the video below.

Raiden IV x Mikado Remix releases for Switch in Japan on April 22. For those that missed our original post in December, we have more information here.

The shoot ’em up game Raiden IV x Mikado Remix is coming to Switch, according to Japanese retailer listings. A release is planned for April 22, 2021.

Raiden IV x Mikado Remix will cost 4,180 yen. Fans will able have the opportunity to purchase a limited edition for 7,480 yen, which includes a new arrangement background music soundtrack CD, a reprint of the original soundtrack CD “Raiden IV: Ultimate of Raiden,” and a special box.

Here’s an overview of Raiden IV x Mikado Remix, courtesy of Gematsu:

As we previously reported, shoot’em’up Caladrius Blaze is heading to the Switch. The release date given by Play-Asia was only a day off – the game will launch on July 18. The SE-Asian version will have English-language support. Today, Moss published an overview trailer for the game, which you can watch below:


Update: Caladrius Blaze will be released worldwide digitally, but the physical version will only be available in Asia and Korea.

Orignial: A few months ago, Caladrius Blaze was rated for Switch in Taiwan. It was a strong sign that Moss’ shoot ’em up would be heading to Nintendo’s console.

Play-Asia is now reporting that this will be happening, and very soon at that. H2 Interactive will distribute Caladrius Blaze for Switch on July 19. Best of all, Asia will be getting a very of the game with English support.

You can reserve Caladrius Blaze on Play-Asia here. Pre-orders come with a metal slipcase.

Caladrius Blaze has been rated for Switch in Taiwan. While classifications don’t always confirm release plans, they often hint at upcoming announcements.

Caladrius, originally a PlayStation 3 shoot ’em up, received its enhanced version a couple of years ago. It packs in new characters, stages, and game modes.

A Switch port of Raiden V: Director’s Cut developed by Moss has seemingly been outed by a new rating that has been published out of Taiwan.

According to Gematsu, a rating from The Digital Game Rating Committee of Taiwan has been spotted that lists UFO Interactive as the publisher of the suspected port, as well as what appears to be the game’s current box art.

Some details on the game from UFO Interactive, as well as the box art, can be viewed below.