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  • Blog Post: River City Ransom Now Available On Wii U Virtual Console

    The NES beat 'em up classic, River City Ransom, is now available on Wii U Virtual Console. You can now take your stocky heroes, Alex and Ryan, and battle a collection of stocky villains to free River City from Slick and save Ryan's girlfriend, Cyndi, on the Wii U. The game is $4.99 – the... More
  • Blog Post: Arc System Works Buys Double Dragon And Other Technos IP

    Arc System Works is now the proud owner of Bimmy and Jimmy Lee and a number of other properties created by Technos. These include Double Dragon, River City Ransom, and the Super Dodge Ball series. Technos went out of business in the late 1990s, and its assets were purchased by Million Co., Ltd. Million... More
  • Blog Post: River City Ransom: Underground Turns To Kickstarter

    The River City Ransom franchise is getting a new entry – granted it can get enough support on Kickstarter . Developer Conatus Creative is seeking funding to create a new licensed River City Ransom game. If the game makes it to the funding finish line, it will retain the 8-bit art style of the originals... More
  • Blog Post: New 3DS Title Coming From River City Ransom Studio

    Venerable (and venerated) beat-em-up developer Arc System Works is reportedly working on a 3DS title to be shown at Tokyo Game Show later this month. Siliconera reports that the title on a TGS exhibitor list translates to "Hot-Blooded Tough Guy Kunio-kun", which is awesome and also the Japanese... More
  • Blog Post: Get Ready To Punch Through The Summer With River City Ransom 2

    Developer Miracle Kidz is working on a PC and console sequel to the late ‘80s early ‘90s classic. The original River City Ransom release on NES in 1989 in Japan, and in the U.S. the following year. The title ended up being the template for many successive side scrolling beat ‘em ups... More
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