Princess Peach: Showtime! Trailer Showcases Cowgirl and Ninja Transformations

More gameplay is also showcased for other Peach transformations, including Swordfighter, Detective, Patissiere, and more.

Posted By | On 23rd, Jan. 2024

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With the likes of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, Pikmin 4and Super Mario Bros. Wonder in the rearview mirror, it does feel like the Switch’s first party support has started winding down, but even as rumblings of Nintendo’s next-gen console continue gathering momentum, the company’s current console does still have a few notable releases lined up. One of them is, of course, Princess Peach: Showtime!, and Nintendo has released a new trailer offering another look at its gameplay.

Princess Peach: Showtime! will see the titular Princess taking to different themed stages and transforming unique roles for each one, each bringing its own unique mechanics and abilities, and that’s what the game’s newest trailer focuses on. There’s Ninja Peach, which sees her using stealthy and acrobatic moves for both combat and traversal, while the Cowboy Peach transformation allows her to use a lasso and ride around on a horse.

Other transformations that have been shown before also get more screentime, including Swordfighter Peach, Detective Peach, Patissiere Peach, and Kung Fu Peach. Check out the trailer below.

Princess Peach: Showtime! launches for the Nintendo Switch on March 22. Pre-orders for the game are available now on the Switch eShop.


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