Radirgy Swag coming west this fall

Dispatch Games bringing the shoot 'em up westward.

Radirgy Swag

Radirgy Swag, which launched for Switch via the Nintendo eShop in Japan earlier this month, is coming to North America and Europe this fall, publisher Dispatch Games announced.

The RS34-developed shoot ’em up will be available in a $29.99 standard edition, as well as via a City Dispatch Online Store-exclusive limited edition that includes a physical copy of the game, original art book, original vinyl soundtrack with custom cover, and custom coin for $49.99.

“We are ecstatic that we are able to bring a game from the Radirgy series to the western market,” said Dispatch Games founder Brian Schorr in a press release. “Radirgy Swag is a great addition to the shmup collection in the Dispatch Games family.”

Here is an overview of the game, via Dispatch Games:

Take a quick trip to the moon!

Enjoy the radio wave shooter with a Japanese pop culture twist.

Radirgy Swag is a unique shooter with game mechanics that can be enjoyed by players of all different levels. The planes in Radirgy Swag are not only equipped with guns, but you can also destroy enemies with your sword. This feature allows you to attack your enemies from different angles. Use your shield or fill up your Absonet gauge to give you temporary invincibility against your foes. Master both offensive and defensive techniques to conquer your mission.

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