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See the Fitness Boxing Fist of the North Star Character Costumes Fashion Show

Fitness Boxing Fist of the North Star Costumes characters

When it comes to Fitness Boxing Fist of the North Star, costumes are a sign of one’s “fitness” to rule the wasteland. A new trailer for the manga-themed fitness game highlights the many different looks players will be able to unlock for the characters, via the “World-End Fashion Collection.”

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Check it out below.

The Fitness Boxing Fist of the North Star costumes trailer sets up a wasteland fashion show for the various characters present in the series. They arrive on the runway surrounded by post-atomic bandits. Each one is wearing some of the alternate costumes players can choose for them.

Kenshiro arrives in a gym getup decorated with “Successor” on the front.

Rei, a master of the Nanto Suichoken style, arrives in an outfit emphasizing his affection for his younger sister.

Mamiya, a wasteland warrior, flaunts her post-apocalyptic physique with a pro-wrestling-like outfit accented by metallic rings.

Souther, the successor of the Nanto Hooken style, wears a lightning-accented tracksuit ensemble, emblazoned with his motto: “Never Retreat, Never Beg, and Never Look Back”.

Raoh, the Ken-oh himself, shows up wearing a bodybuilder’s leotard featuring his famous quote “I have no regrets for the life I lived.”

The trailer ends with another one of the Fitness Boxing: Fist of the North Star characters waiting in the wings, though it doesn’t reveal who else is in the offering. Whoever they might be, they’ll likely be dressed to impress in “The World Ruled by Exercise.” (Rather than violence, as the original tagline goes.)

Fitness Boxing: Fist of the North Star launches on Nintendo Switch in March 2023.

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