Musynx standard edition Switch Retail Copies Arrive in NA

Friday, November 2nd, 2018

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oprainfall | Musynx standard edition

Following right behind its now sold out special edition, retail copies of Musynx standard edition have arrived for the Nintendo Switch hybrid console for players in North America. PM Studios and acttil are both excited to announce that while the game was previously only available digitally, it now has retail copies available for North American Switch owners. The game has a price tag of $29.99 and has been given an E10+ rating by the ESRB. For those that don’t know, Musynx is a rhythm game that you can play anywhere.


Musynx originally launched on June 19th for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita consoles. The Nintendo Switch version had 90 songs across numerous genres at launch, but has just now gotten a physical retail release. According to the press release, there are more goodies coming to the game in the future for fans to look forward to as well. The game started life as a mobile app. The new retail copies of the Nintendo Switch version of Musynx standard edition can be acquired at a number of different retailers, including:


Each music track in Musynx has its own interesting visual presentation, and there are multiple difficulty options so you can play the game the way you want. The gameplay is simple to get into, but difficult to master. According to the press release, fans of the mobile app who pick up the Nintendo Switch version will find a familiar but fresh experience thanks to the Switch version’s new coat of paint.


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