Hinder: River City Girls Zero hit with a delay

River City Girls Zero delay

The last we heard of River City Girls Zero, it was receiving a physical release through Limited Run. A localization of the 1994 Super Famicom game, Shin Nekketsu Koha: Kunio-tachi no Banka, the updated title adds an anime opening, new song, and manga cutscenes. It was supposed to launch on Switch late this year, but we haven’t heard any updates since June. Sadly, developer WayForward has confirmed River City Girls Zero has been hit with a delay. It is now targeting an early 2022 release.

I’m fine with waiting a bit to experience River City Girls Zero

Here’s the tweet that confirms the setback:

It looks like the devs need a bit more time to iron out the title. This is better than having a buggy mess, methinks.

I don’t mind this news. After all, I still have to unlock the true ending in River City Girls. The delay will give me ample time to do so. Hopefully, River City Girls 2 won’t get pushed back, too. I need to see those Marian abs in action next year!

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Arthur Damian
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