A long-lost title gets localized
River City Girls Zero has been available on Switch since February 2022, but there’s definitely a chance it went under your radar. If you’re just hearing of it now or don’t know of the game’s origins, there’s no need to worry. A new video has been shared by WayForward today that explains everything and anything there is to know about River City Girls Zero.
Dive into the history of River City Girls Zero to see what this 16-bit beat’em-up is all about. Learn where it came from, and how it ties into River City Girls 1 and 2…and the rest of the Kunio-kun/River City franchise.
Join Kunio, Riki, Misako, and Kyoko for bone-crunching, 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!