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River City Girls will be added to the Switch eShop in just a few weeks. But for the collectors out there, developer WayForward has teamed up with Limited Run Games to offer a physical version.

Pre-orders open through Limited Run Games’ website on August 30. Reservations will be accepted for four weeks.

River City Girls will initially launch on the eShop on September 5.


Earlier this year, WayForward announced Shantae 5 for Switch. The studio provided an update today, confirming that the final title is “Shantae and the Seven Sirens”.

Aside from the actual name, WayForward has shared the first official gameplay details and screenshots. We have the full roundup below.

WayForward today announced Vitamin Connection, an action title being developed exclusively for Switch. A release window has not yet been confirmed.

WayForward will be publishing Vitamin Connection on the eShop. However, Limited Run Games intends to offer a physical copy.

Here’s everything we know about the title thus far:

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WayForward is back with another character trailer for River City Girls. Take a look at a video focusing on Kyoko below.

Arc System Works shared a new Japanese trailer for River City Girls. Have a look at the video below.

WayForward has put out a new character trailer for River City Girls focusing on Misako. Get a look at the video below.

Mighty Switch Force! Collection, which features Mighty Switch Force!, Mighty Switch Force! 2, Mighty Switch Force! Hyper Drive Edition, and Mighty Switch Force! Academy, was added to the Switch eShop earlier today. See the official launch trailer below.

YouTube channel Nintendo Hall is back again with a full 20 minutes of gameplay footage for the Mighty Switch Force! Collection on Switch.

Those interested can view the video below.

During a live stream this week, Arc System Works debuted the first direct-feed footage from River City Girls. We have the full recording below.

Following the game’s recent announcement for Switch, some gameplay footage of WayForward and Arc System’s Works’ River City Girls has surfaced.

Specifically, GameXplain has supplied off-screen footage of the PlayStation 4 version of the game from Anime Expo, so Switch owners can get a look at the upcoming game as well. Feel free to check out the eight minutes of footage below.