Kyoko is ready for action in her River City Girls character trailer! Check out her moves as she and her BFF Misako team up to rescue their boyfriends from a team of kidnappers. Hit the jump to watch!
Developer WayForward's River City Girls officially passes the River City Ransom/Kunio-kun baton to some tough-as-nails women when it hits consoles and PC on September 5. A new trailer recently arrived to spotlight one of the main heroines, Misako, so see her in action after the jump!
River City is rumbling again... and this time, it's girls' night! The new trailer for River City Girls shows new characters Kyoko and Misako fighting their way through town to get their boyfriends back. Check it out after the jump!
Some quick news for all you brawlers and juvenile delinquents out there: WayForward and Arc System Works have announced a new game in the beloved Kunio-kun series (most famous in the U.S. for entries such as River City Ransom and Super Dodge Ball), and this time a lady is taking the lead. Hit the jump to learn more.
Proving that you can't keep a good delinquent down, the Kunio-kun series (best known in the West for games such as River City Ransom and Super Dodge Ball for the NES) is getting another entry with bench-clearing a brawler that will be released on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Steam. Hit the jump to learn more.
While the next Kunio-kun game has yet to be formally announced, it looks like Arc has a new entry starring Masao Kobayashi in the works, with recent ratings listing the game for PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC. Read on for more.
SENRAN KAGURA SHINOVI MASTER is closing in on its premiere which means it's a great time to take a look at some of the best brawler video game franchises. What's the history behind some of the iconic games in the genre? How has the brawler genre changed and evolved over time? What makes a good brawler? Hit the jump to find out!
The Kunio-kun series'—best known in English for NES entry River City Ransom—glorious return to the west is set to continue this summer, and it'll be doing so with a medieval fantasy RPG twist. Originally released in Japan as 2014's Nekketsu Mahou Monogatari, Natsume announced plans to bring River City: Knights of Justice to the Nintendo 3DS eShop in North America and Europe. More after the jump.
River City Ransom, known in Japan as Kunio-kun series entry Downtown Nekketsu Monogatari, is about to make a triumphant, updated return on Nintendo 3DS. River City Ransom SP remakes the NES/Famicom classic with new graphics, event scenes, locations, systems, and techniques, and you can see the latest preview after the jump.
Following up on the recent debut of a new game in the Kunio-kun series—the most famous localized entry of which is River City Ransom for NES—Arc System Works will be publishing a full Famicom collection on Nintendo 3DS in Japan. Kunio-kun Nekketsu Complete Famicom Series includes all 11 games that appeared on Famicom, and you can see a sample in the promo after the jump.
Natsume previously announced plans to bring 2013 Kunio-kun game Nekketsu Kouha Kunio-Kun SP: Rantou Kyousoukyoku to Nintendo 3DS in the west as River City: Tokyo Rumble. According to a recent update, that day is on the not-so-distant horizon, and it's currently locked in for a release in North America and Europe sometime this September. Read on for more.
Natsume teased something River City Ransom related this week, and now we have the official announcement. 2013's Nekketsu Kouha Kunio-kun SP: Rantou Kyousoukyoku is coming to Nintendo 3DS in North America as River City: Tokyo Rumble, and it will be one of Natsume's playable games at this year's E3. More after the jump.
Good news for all this morning, as Arc System Works now has their hands on the rights to some of the now-defunct Technos Japan properties, including Double Dragon and the Kunio-kun series. Hit the jump for more.
The Kunio-kun series of games is most known in the west for entries like Renegade, River City Ransom, and Super Dodgeball. Japan still gets the occasional entry, and the latest is throwing on a robe and looking to add some fantasy to the mix when it hits the Nintendo 3DS eShop. Hit the jump for a preview.