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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.

Chameleon, a puzzle title previously released on DS, landed on Switch this week. Check out some footage in the video below.

The puzzle game Chameleon is heading to Switch, UFO Interactive has announced. It previously landed on DS in Japan back in 2006 and in the west one year later.

We have the following overview and trailer for Chameleon:

UFO Interactive has readied a new trailer for Raiden V: Director’s Cut. We’ve included the video below.

Raiden V: Director’s Cut has been given a final release date. Today, UFO Interactive announced that the shoot ’em up will be out on July 25.

Here’s a new trailer:

Best Buy has posted the boxart for Raiden V: Director’s Cut on Switch. Take a look at the packaging image above.

If interested, you can pre-order Raiden V: Director’s Cut at Best Buy here.

Following leaks from classification boards and retailers, Raiden V: Director’s Cut has been officially confirmed for Switch. The game is on track to launch in June.

Raiden V: Director’s Cut will be sold physically and digitally. If you pick up a retail copy, you’ll receive a soundtrack CD.

Here’s a trailer:

Raiden V: Director’s Cut was rated for Switch in Taiwan last month. Adding on to that, the game has received its first retailer listing.

GameFly has a page up for Raiden V: Director’s Cut showing a tentative June 30 launch. You may recall that the original rating had a potential boxart, and a physical version is further supported by this listing.

We expect Raiden V: Director’s Cut to be officially announced for Switch soon.

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.