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River City Girls Zero [Switch] | Gameplay Walkthrough Part 1 Prologue | No Commentary

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See how the River City Girls story began with this 16-bit retro rumble!
Join Kunio, Riki, Misako, and Kyoko for bone-crunching, 16-bit, co-op beat-’em-up action – translated and released outside of Japan for the very first time! Experience the origin of the River City Girls story as the hot-blooded heroes attempt to clear their names of a heinous crime by uppercutting, spin-kicking, stomping, and slamming every thug and two-bit criminal that gets in their way! Rock the jailhouse, clean up the carnival, and raise hell on the highway!
The original 1994 graphics, soundtrack, and gameplay are augmented with new opening and closing motion-comic cutscenes, a new animated intro, and additional music by Megan McDuffee and DEMONDICE. Discover River City’s past with this lost classic!

Key Features:
-The classic 16-bit beat-’em-up, Shin Nekketsu Koha: Kunio-tachi no Banka, officially translated and released in the West for the first time ever!

-Switch between four playable characters, each with unique special moves!

-Compelling story that inspired River City Girls 1 & 2!

-Deep combat: Unleash an arsenal of punches, kicks, jump attacks, grabs, and more!

-1p or 2p local co-op gameplay!

-A variety of environments: high school, the docks, an amusement park, a casino, and more!

-Battle from a motorcycle in “”Mode 7” style vehicle stages!

-Image gallery featuring vintage box art, manual images, and additional content!

-New motion-comic cutscenes, new animated intro, and new music by River City Girls composer Megan McDuffee and DEMONDICE!

Release date:
February 14, 2022

Players:
up to 2 players

Genre:
Arcade, Action, Fighting

Publisher:
WayForward

Game file size:
1.6 GB

Supported Languages:
Japanese, French, German, Italian, Spanish, English

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14 Comments

  1. Misako playing the game because Kunio is on the cover is lowkey adorable. I really hope the girls get more scenes with their boyfriends in the upcoming sequel.

  2. Honestly, I look at this and it looks pretty cool. However, I think they should've just pulled a Yakuza Kiwami on this game.

  3. Just finished playing it. The new music is fantastic, the intro and outro scenes are pretty funny, and I like how they give you the option for both original and modern translation. Plus, they didn't muck with the base game itself which is always nice. Overall, great job porting it and tying it into River City Girls without leally messing with the original gameplay/plot.

  4. Nice that they still mention good old Skullmageddon, one of the shopkeepers of River City Girls (and the main antagonist of Double Dragon Neon, a samurai skeleton with the voice of Skeletor).

  5. funny how the original dialogue with Kunio and Misako originally Kunio was a bit more rude because of the rumors she went with Daiki, but overall still similar to the original just less you could say edgelord 90's. Glad this is back!

  6. I wish they’d make it just like the first game. I hate they didn’t make the art style modern with voice acting

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