River City: Tokyo Rumble launches September 27

Available both physically and digitally in North America.

River City: Tokyo Rumble

River City: Tokyo Rumble will launch both physically and digitally for 3DS in North America on September 27, publisher Natsume announced.

Natsume previously confirmed a digital-only September launch for Europe, though today’s press release did not mention if it would also be September 27.

If you pre-order the game from the newly launched Natsume Amazon store, you’ll get a limited edition Kunio keychain.

Here’s a brief overview of the game, via Natsume:

River City: Tokyo Rumble follows the story of a hot-blooded high school student named Kunio and his good friends. When a nefarious gang moves into Tokyo to try to take it over, it’s up to this self-proclaimed “fighter for justice” and his buddies to make sure the streets stay safe!

Players will punch, kick, and use a variety of weapons such as soccer balls, iron knuckles, chains, and even bicycles to knock some sense into those devious gang members. Taking on jobs, leveling up abilities, and stopping for a snack or two at local food joints are just some of the action-packed mayhem players will experience. Luckily, smiles are free!

View the game’s final box art and the pre-order key chain at the gallery.

Use the coupon code "GEMATSU" for 5% off.

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