Fight Crab Release Date Set

The Japanese release date for the 3D fighting game Fight Crab has been set for August 20 with Mastiff publishing the packaged version.

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More Fight Crab Release Details

Nussoft, the developers of the 3D crab fighting game Fight Crab (known as “Kani no Kenka” in Japan) have said that the Switch version is finished, although the release date may be affected by COVID-19. Nussoft do not specify whether any delay could be from Nintendo’s approval process, or like how Sony delayed The Last of Us II and Iron Man VR for ‘economic and logistical reasons’ (thanks to BlackKite for translating both text and context). PLAYISM are scheduled to publish the game for both Nintendo Switch and Steam, where it will be priced at ¥1,480, and was listed previously as ‘Summer’.

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Fight Crab Launches This Summer!

PLAYISM have announced they will be publishing the 3D fighting game Fight Crab (known as “Kani no Kenka” in Japan) simultaneously for Nintendo Switch and Steam in Summer 2020 priced at ¥1,480. Fight Crab is a new 3D action game where you take control of a crab, and fight off other giant enemy crabs! You play as a crab and embark on a world tour to flip as many crabs as possible – the loser is cooked into a crab cake, or mouth-watering rangoon! Both game trailers added below. [Thanks, Naruki]

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Fight Crab Launches in Summer 2020

Nussoft are publishing the 3D fighting game Fight Crab (known as “Kani no Kenka” in Japan) for Nintendo Switch in Summer 2020. Fight Crab grants the player complete autonomy and control of their limbs as a playable crab and comes from the developers of Ace of Seafood. Japanese montage trailer added below…

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Fight Crab Moved to 2020

Nussoft have announced that the 3D crab fighting action game Fight Crab (known as “Kani no Kenka” in Japan) has been pushed back to 2020 release for Nintendo Switch. Nussoft have also found a new publisher for North America and Europe. Check out the Indie World trailer below…

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