The Ninja Warriors: Once Again Digital And Physical Release On Switch Confirmed For The West

The Ninja Warriors: Once Again Digital And Physical Release On Switch Confirmed For The West

In addition to releasing in both Japan and Southeast Asia, Taito Corporation has now confirmed both a digital and physical release for The Ninja Warriors: Once Again on Switch in North America and Europe.

The Western release of this enhanced Switch remaster of the classic arcade and SNES title will be handled by United Games through their publishing labels Strictly Limited and ININ. Strictly Limited will be producing a Limited Edition version of The Ninja Warriors: Once Again, while ININ will be handling the traditional digital and retail versions. No further details on this Limited Edition or the game’s western release date were shared.

You can check out the Press Details below, courtesy of Gonintendo:

Stuttgart, Germany; June 18th, 2019 – As already announced in 2018, the pioneer of the Japanese video game industry, TAITO Corporation, is returning to the market for console games after around ten years with well-known and new TAITO IPs. The first Western title from the game developer and publisher TAITO is a reboot of Ninja Warriors – a game which came onto the market for the Super Nintendo in 1994. Details on Ninja Warriors will be announced later.

The game will be released in North America and Europe by the German United Games GmbH, digitally and physically. The title will be marketed through Strictly Limited Games as limited editions and through the newly founded publishing label ININ as traditional retail and digital versions.

“We are proud to work together with TAITO Corporation, which has been a legend in the Japanese game industry for many years. We look forward to and are convinced that this cooperation will be a great success,” says Helmut Schmitz, CEO, United Games.

The Ninja Warriors: Once Again will launch in Japan in July 2019 for Switch, and is estimated to arrive in Southeast Asia on 25 July 2019.

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