Princess Peach: Showtime Cowgirl and Ninja Costumes, Pink Joy-Cons Revealed
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Princess Peach: Showtime Cowgirl and Ninja Costumes, Pink Joy-Cons Revealed

Nintendo shared two new Princess Peach: Showtime costumes that trigger transformations: the cowgirl and ninja. It also confirmed that there will be a new pair of pastel pink Switch Joy-Cons released alongside the game in March 2023.

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With the two new Princess Peach costumes, Nintendo shared a Princess Peach: Showtime trailer showing how the transformations will work in the game. The ninja wields kunai. She can hide in grass, to keep an enemy from seeing her. She can also wall-cling to jump to new areas. As for the cowgirl, she uses a whip to attack and can ride a horse during certain segments.

Here’s the latest trailer for Princess Peach: Showtime, which also shows gameplay featuring the swordfighter, detective, patissiere, and kung fu transformations.

As for the new Switch controllers, those will appear worldwide. The official social media accounts for North America, Japan, and Europe confirmed it. The US one also noted they’ll be at the official Nintendo store and some stores. 

Here’s how those will look:

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This isn’t the first time we’ve seen this shade of pink with Joy-Cons, as there was a right controller paired with a pastel yellow one back in 2023. Those debuted in June 2023 alongside a pastel green and purple pair. 

Princess Peach: Showtime and the pink Joy-Cons will appear on March 22, 2024 worldwide.

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