Hamster have announced that Konami Arcade series are coming to Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4, starting with the 1982 multi-directional scrolling shoot ‘em up Arcade Archives Time Pilot releasing next week (11 April) priced at ¥823／$7.99／€6.99／£6.29.
Hamster have published the 1987 two-player Nichibutsu shoot’em up Arcade Archives TERRA FORCE on the North America Nintendo Switch eShop priced at $7.99. There’s no indication of a Japanese or European release at present, but I’ll keep you posted! Trailer added below…
Edit: the game has already been delisted! Thanks to Connor.
Hamster are publishing the classic shooting game Arcade Archives DONKEY KONG 3 on the Nintendo Switch eShop this week (05 April) priced at ¥823／$7.99／€6.99／£6.29. Overview, screenshots, and Famitsu livestream added below…
Take on the role of the hero STANLEY, and use your Sprayer to drive away DONKEY KONG and exterminate the various flower-stealing bugs that appear in the botanical garden.
Get high scores with a perfect bonus by chasing off DONKEY KONG and having no flowers stolen!
Hamster are publishing the 1998 Nichibutsu shoot ‘em up Arcade Archives Armed F on the Nintendo Switch eShop this week (28 March) priced at ¥823／$7.99／€6.99／£6.29. Players equip ‘Armor’ what can make variety attacks, and fight in variety world such as the insect stage and the machine stage. Wipe out enemies in a wide range attack with reversing the Armor to change formations.
Hamster are publishing the Irem vertically scrolling shoot ‘em up Arcade Archives IMAGE FIGHT on the Nintendo Switch eShop ‘soon’ where it will be priced at ¥823／$7.99／€6.99／£6.29. More follows as soon as we have confirmation of the release date!
Edit: the coming soon part comes from an advert in Weekly Famitsu magazine (posted below) so expect the release date soon!
Hamster are publishing the Taito action game Arcade Archives Elevator Action on the Nintendo Switch eShop this week (14 March) priced at ¥823／$7.99／€6.99／£6.29. As a Spy, your goal is to infiltrate the building and escape with all the confidential documents. Use elevators to crush enemies, attack them by shooting down lamps, and more.
Hamster have announced they will be bringing the classic Tecmo action-platform game Arcade Archives Ninja Ryukenden (Ninja Gaiden) to Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 in the near future. Thanks again to Naruki.
Hamster are publishing the action shooting game Arcade Archives IKARI (Ikari Warriors) on the Nintendo Switch eShop next week (07 March) priced at ¥823／$7.99／€6.99／£6.29. The game was originally released by SNK in 1986 and sees you play as Colonel RALF and Lieutenant CLARK to infiltrate enemy territory and take down an evil organisation from the inside.
Hamster are publishing the action game Arcade Archives ICE CLIMBER on the Nintendo Switch eShop this week (22 February) priced at ¥823／$7.99／€6.99／£6.29. The game was originally released by Nintendo in 1985 where you play as POPO and NANA to break apart blocks of ice with your hammer and defeat enemies that get in your way as you aim for the top of the mountain.
However, only one person can catch the condor waiting at the summit. Will you work together, or try to go for it alone? It’s up to you! Switch screenshots added below…
Hamster have announced the latest batch of ACA NEOGEO and Arcade Archives releases for Nintendo Switch. Some titles are also releasing for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Check out the full line-up below (English names in brackets)…
Tokuten Ou – Honoo no Libero (The Ultimate 11: SNK Football Championship)
The King of Fighters 2003
Samurai Spirits Zero SPECIAL (Samurai Shodown V Special)
IKARI (Ikari Warriors)
Karate Dou (Karate Champ)
??? (a mystery Tecmo title was also teased and will be revealed in two weeks time)
Hamster are publishing the action game Arcade Archives FRONT LINE on the Nintendo Switch eShop this week (14 February) priced at ¥823. The game originally released back in 1983 by Taito and sees you use pistols and grenades, and climb in blue tanks and armoured vehicles to take out the group of hostiles! TATE Mode is also supported. Promo video added below…