Radio Hammer Station Lands on Nintendo Switch

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Radio Hammer Station



Arc System Works is excited to announce that their rhythm action game, Radio Hammer Station, is available now on the Nintendo Switch in the eShop.

The story involves a radio station known as “Radio Hammer Station”. This station spreads its passion for music with the help of some of the world’s best DJs. The station’s true purpose, however, is to bring justice by “beating down evil with a ginormous hammer!” You see, it turns out that¬†“criminals, monsters, zombies, and perverts are no match for their rhythmic justice.”¬†Here is the Radio Hammer Station trailer:


The game includes more than 90 tunes, as more have been added since the game’s prequel, Radio Hammer. Complete your trophy collection by beating all three difficulties on each song. Radio Hammer Station also features a unique art style with crisp graphics. There is also a brand new character, DJ Numi. Numi heads to the arcades to defeat monsters after hearing rumors about them jumping out of the video games!

The game has a simple controls scheme, too. There are only three buttons to worry about. Two of them are used to beat up your foes to the rhythm, while the other button is used to charge your FEVER Gauge and receive presents. Go for the longest combos you can get to maximize your high score!

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