Rhythm fighting game Phrasefight coming to Switch

Playable at Zentame 2018 in early August.

Phrasefight

Phrasefight, a rhythm fighting game developed by Japanese indie studio VeryOK, is coming to Switch, publisher Mediascape announced.

Initially launched for PC and Mac in February (DLSite, Taimen), Phrasefight will be playable in TV, handheld, and table modes on Switch, support HD Rumble, and support two-person share play with one Joy-Con per player. It will be playable for the first time at Zentame 2018 in Gifu city from August 4 to 5.

Watch a set of gameplay videos below. Visit the official website here.

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