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StarTopic Retro Gaming on Switch |ST| True Preservation

tolkir

Retrobot
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Why does this thread exist?
With the increase of digital sales worldwide, a lot of publishers are trying to resurrect old titles so people can play them in modern consoles.
Arcade Archives, Sega Ages, Konami collections, Capcom collections and so on.
Like most of things nowadays, many of them are overlooked, so I have made this thread to list and discuss them. There are many people waiting that publishers release again the favorite games from their childhood.

What years are considered Retro?
Everyone have a diferent opinion from post-2005, so I'll look case by case. PSP, DS or Wii are a thin line.
Maybe there will be a game that it's considered retro for people who visit the thread in 2025 and not now.

How are companies releasing their games?
Publishers and developers are bringing the old classics in many ways:

  • Port: Releasing the original game with minimal changes (Emulated games included)
  • Remaster: Improving the original game, sometimes including new features
  • Remake: Creating a new version of the original game since zero
  • Revival: Forgotten games are released many years later for the first time or games coming back after >10 years keeping the old formula.
  • Sequel: New titles of dormant IPs.

I'll try to make different tables by months. So, we don't have a huge table that takes up half of the thread.

Great games already available
Sunset Riders
Collection of Mana
Phantasy Star
Moon: Remix RPG Adventure
Capcom Beat 'Em Up Bundle
Castlevania Advance Collection
Turok
Mega Man Zero / ZX Legacy Collection
Virtua Racing
Doom 64

Latest Releases
GAMETYPEO.PLATFORMDATEO.YEARCOLLECTION
Comix Zone PortSega Genesis07/01/221995Sega Genesis – Nintendo Switch Online
Mega Man: The Wily WarsPortSega Genesis07/01/221994Sega Genesis – Nintendo Switch Online
Target EarthPortSega Genesis07/01/221990Sega Genesis – Nintendo Switch Online
Zero WingPortSega Genesis07/01/221991Sega Genesis – Nintendo Switch Online
Thunder CeptorPortArcade06/30/221986Arcade Archives
PortalPortPC06/28/222007Portal: Companion Collection
Portal 2PortPC06/28/222011Portal: Companion Collection
Pocky & Rocky ReshrinedRemasterSNES06/24/221992
Pokemon SnapPortNintendo 6406/24/221999Nintendo 64 - Nintendo Switch Online
Cyberbots: Fullmetal MadnessPortArcade06/24/221994Capcom Fighting Collection
Darkstalkers: The Night WarriorsPortArcade06/24/221994Capcom Fighting Collection
Hyper Street Fighter IIPortArcade06/24/222004Capcom Fighting Collection
Night Warriors: Darkstalkers’ RevengePortArcade06/24/221995Capcom Fighting Collection
Red EarthPortArcade06/24/221996Capcom Fighting Collection
Super Gem Fighter Mini MixPortArcade06/24/221997Capcom Fighting Collection
Super Puzzle Fighter II TurboPortArcade06/24/221996Capcom Fighting Collection
Vampire Hunter 2: Darkstalkers’ RevengePortArcade06/24/221997Capcom Fighting Collection
Vampire Savior: The Lord of VampirePortArcade06/24/221997Capcom Fighting Collection
Vampire Savior 2: The Lord of VampirePortArcade06/24/221997Capcom Fighting Collection
Soldier Girl AmazonPortArcade06/23/221986Arcade Archives
Sonic the HedgehogRemasterSega Genesis06/23/221991Sonic Origins
Sonic the Hedgehog 2RemasterSega Genesis06/23/221992Sonic Origins
Sonic the Hedgehog 3RemasterSega Genesis06/23/221994Sonic Origins
Sonic & KnucklesRemasterSega Genesis06/23/221994Sonic Origins
Sonic CDRemasterSega CD06/23/221993Sonic Origins
Blade Runner: Enhanced EditionRemasterPC06/23/221997

Upcoming Releases
GAMETYPEO.PLATFORMDATEO.YEARCOLLECTION
Klonoa: Door to PhantomileRemasterPS107/08/221997Klonoa Phantasy Reverie Series
Klonoa 2: Lunatea's VeilRemasterPS207/08/222001Klonoa Phantasy Reverie Series
1943 KaiPortArcade07/21/221988Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
Avengers (Hissatsu Buraiken)PortArcade07/21/221987Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
Black TigerPortArcade07/21/221987Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
Block BlockPortArcade07/21/221991Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
Capcom Sports ClubPortArcade07/21/221997Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
Darkstalkers: The Night WarriorsPortArcade07/21/221994Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
Eco FightersPortArcade07/21/221993Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
Gun.SmokePortArcade07/21/221985Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
Hyper Dyne Side ArmsPortArcade07/21/221986Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
Hyper Street Fighter II: The Anniversary EditionPortArcade07/21/222003Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
Knights of the RoundPortArcade07/21/221992Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
Last DuelPortArcade07/21/221988Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
Magic SwordPortArcade07/21/221990Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
Mega Man: The Power BattlePortArcade07/21/221995Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
Mega Man 2: The Power FightersPortArcade07/21/221996Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
Night Warriors: Darkstalkers’ RevengePortArcade07/21/221995Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
PnickiesPortArcade07/21/221994Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
Rally 2011: Led StormPortArcade07/21/221988Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
Saturday Night Slam MastersPortArcade07/21/221993Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
Savage BeesPortArcade07/21/221985Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
Street FighterPortArcade07/21/221987Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors’ DreamsPortArcade07/21/221995Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
Street Fighter Alpha 2PortArcade07/21/221996Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
Street Fighter Alpha 3PortArcade07/21/221998Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
Super Gem FighterPortArcade07/21/221997Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
Super Puzzle Fighter II TurboPortArcade07/21/221996Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
The King of DragonsPortArcade07/21/221991Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
The Speed RumblerPortArcade07/21/221986Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
Three WondersPortArcade07/21/221991Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
Tiger RoadPortArcade07/21/221987Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
Vampire Savior: The Lord of VampirePortArcade07/21/221997Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium
Live A LiveRemakeSNES07/22/221994
Koumajou Remilia Scarlet SymphonyRemasterPC07/28/222009
Chaos;Head NoahRemasterXbox 36008/07/222009
Pac-Man World Re-PacRemakePS108/26/221999
La Pucelle: RagnarokPortPSP08/30/222009Prinny Presents NIS Classics Vol. 3
Rhapsody: A Musical AdventurePortPS108/30/221998Prinny Presents NIS Classics Vol. 3
Kamiwaza: Way of the ThiefRemasterPS210/14/222006

Announced Releases
GAMETYPEO.PLATFORMO.YEARCOLLECTION
A Boy and His Blob: Trouble on BloboloniaPortNES1990A Boy and His Blob Retro Collection
Advance WarsRemakeGBA2001Advance Wars 1 + 2: Re-Boot Camp
Advance Wars 2: Black Hole RisingRemakeGBA2003Advance Wars 1 + 2: Re-Boot Camp
Akai KatanaPortArcade2010
Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance IIRemasterPS22004
Bill & Ted’s Excellent Video Game AdventurePortNES1991Bill & Ted’s Excellent Retro Collection
Bill & Ted's Excellent Game Boy Adventure PortGame Boy1991Bill & Ted’s Excellent Retro Collection
Brave Battle Saga: Legend of the Magic WarriorPortSega Genesis1996QUByte Classics
BreakersPortArcade1996Breakers Collection
Breakers RevengePortArcade1998Breakers Collection
Bust-A-Move 2: Arcade EditionPortSega Saturn1996S-Tribute x Taito
Bust-A-Move 3PortSega Saturn1997S-Tribute x Taito
Canon: Legends Of The New GodsPortSega Genesis1996QUByte Classics
Castle of Shikigami 2RemasterArcade2003
Class of Heroes 2RemasterPSP2009
Cleopatra FortunePortSega Saturn1997S-Tribute x Taito
Commandos 3 HD RemasterRemasterPC2003
Cosmic Fantasy: Adventure Boy YuuPortPC Engine CD1990Cosmic Fantasy Collection
Cosmic Fantasy 2: Adventure Boy VanPortPC Engine CD1991Cosmic Fantasy Collection
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion RemasterPSP2007
Custom Robo 64PortNintendo 641999Nintendo 64 - Nintendo Switch Online
Elevator Action ReturnsPortSega Saturn1997S-Tribute x Taito
Enclave HDRemasterXbox2002
Flashback 2SequelAmiga1992
Front Mission 1st RemakeRemakeSNES1995
Front Mission SecondRemakePS11997
GrimGrimoire OnceMoreRemasterPS22007
Haunted HousesRevivalAtari 26001981Atari 50: The Anniversary Celebration
Idol Janshi Suchie-Pai: Milky no YabouPortMobile2005G-Mode Archives
Joe & Mac: Caveman NinjaRemakeArcade1991
Kingpin: ReloadedRemasterPC1999
Lara Croft and the Guardian of LightPortPC2010
Mega Man Battle NetworkPortGBA2001Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection Vol. 1
Mega Man Battle Network 2PortGBA2001Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection Vol. 1
Mega Man Battle Network 3 BluePortGBA2002Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection Vol. 1
Mega Man Battle Network 3 WhitePortGBA2002Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection Vol. 1
Mega Man Battle Network 4 Red SunPortGBA2003Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection Vol. 2
Mega Man Battle Network 4 Blue MoonPortGBA2003Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection Vol. 2
Mega Man Battle Network 5 Team ProtomanPortGBA2004Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection Vol. 2
Mega Man Battle Network 5 Team ColonelPortGBA2004Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection Vol. 2
Mega Man Battle Network 6 Cybeast GregarPortGBA2005Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection Vol. 2
Mega Man Battle Network 6 Cybeast FalzarPortGBA2005Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection Vol. 2
Mega TurricanPortMega Drive1994Turrican Anthology Vol. II
Mega Turrican Director's CutRevivalMega DriveUnreleasedTurrican Anthology Vol. II
Moon. -Re:make-RemakePC1997
Nightmare Busters: Rebirth RevivalSNESUnreleased
Panzer Dragoon II ZweiRemakeSega Saturn1996
Persona 3 PortablePortPSP2009
Persona 4 GoldenPortPSVita2012
Plumbers Don’t Wear TiesPort3DO1994
QuadratankRevivalArcade1974
Rage of the DragonsPortArcade2002
RayCrisisPortArcade1998Ray’z Arcade Chronology
RayCrisis HDRemasterArcade1998Ray’z Arcade Chronology
RayForcePortArcade1993Ray’z Arcade Chronology
RayStormPortArcade1996Ray’z Arcade Chronology
RayStorm NEO-HDRemasterArcade1996Ray’z Arcade Chronology
Rendering Ranger: R2 PortSNES1995
Return to Monkey IslandSequelPC1990
Revenge of Drancon (Wonder Boy)PortGame Gear1990Wonder Boy Anniversary Collection
Rise of the Triad RemasteredRemasterPC1994
Romancing SaGa: Minstrel Song RemasteredRemasterPS22005
Super Turrican PortSNES1993Turrican Anthology Vol. I
Super Turrican 2PortSNES1995Turrican Anthology Vol. II
Super Turrican Director's CutRevivalSNESUnreleasedTurrican Anthology Vol. I
Swordquest: AirWorldSequelAtari 26001982Atari 50: The Anniversary Celebration
Teenage Mutant Ninja TurtlesPortArcade1989Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection
Teenage Mutant Ninja TurtlesPortNES1989Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: Back From The SewersPortGame Boy1991Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Arcade GamePortNES1990Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: Radical RescuePortGame Boy1993Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: The Manhattan ProjectPortNES1991Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in TimePortSNES1992Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fall of The Foot ClanPortGame Boy1990Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Hyperstone HeistPortSega Genesis1992Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament FightersPortSNES1993Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament FightersPortSega Genesis1993Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament FightersPortNES1994Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in TimePortArcade1991Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection
The Rescue of Princess BlobettePortGame Boy1990A Boy and His Blob Retro Collection
Turrican PortAmiga1990Turrican Anthology Vol. I
Turrican II: The Final FightPortAmiga1991Turrican Anthology Vol. I
Turrican III: Payment DayPortAmiga1993Turrican Anthology Vol. II
Valis IV PortPC Engine CD1991Valis: The Fantasm Soldier Collection 2
Syd of ValisPortSega Genesis1992Valis: The Fantasm Soldier Collection 2
Valis: The Fantasm SoldierPortSega Genesis1991Valis: The Fantasm Soldier Collection 2
Wonder BoyPortMaster System1987Wonder Boy Anniversary Collection
Wonder Boy III: Monster LairPortArcade1988Wonder Boy Anniversary Collection
Wonder Boy III: Monster LairPortSega Genesis1990Wonder Boy Anniversary Collection
Wonder Boy III: The Dragon's TrapPortMaster System1989Wonder Boy Anniversary Collection
Wonder Boy in Monster LandPortMaster System1988Wonder Boy Anniversary Collection
Wonder Boy in Monster WorldPortMaster System1993Wonder Boy Anniversary Collection
Wonder Boy: The Dragon's TrapPortGame Gear1992Wonder Boy Anniversary Collection
World Championship Boxing Manager 2SequelPC1990
Xtreme SportsPortGame Boy Color2000
Yars’ Revenge ReimaginedRevivalAtari 26001982Atari 50: The Anniversary Celebration
 
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Tendo

The Dark Space
Just want to chime in that if you like shmups or other arcade games there are some great ones on here. The psikyo collections, last resort, aerofighters, pulstar, cave games etc.

The ACA archive series are all fantastic. I own a ton of their neogeo and arcade games. Johnny's turbo arcade ports are great as well.

Tons of great options on the system if you like em!
 

Leo

Daffy Duck without the heart
Pronouns
He/Him
I grabbed the Castlevania Anniversary Collection a while ago when it was really cheap, will be my first time playing most of those games, I've only played the Igavanias and IV.

I'm itching to get the GBA Collection too, but will wait until it's on sale since I wouldnt play them right now. Hope they will patch in some filters by the time I get to it.
 

Brofield

Famicomrade
Pronouns
He/Him/His
FamiGold
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Thank you for the distinction between port/remaster/remake. I can understand why they're often used interchangeably, but I hope that with enough course correction that line of thinking stops and makes it easier to differentiate between releases.

Sincerely hope more Gamecube games beyond Super Monkey Ball get announced/released soon.
 

Ray00101

Octorok
Founder
Also, not sure if it belongs here but apparently a working Saturn Emulator was found in the code of the recent Guardian Force port for Switch.

 
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tolkir

tolkir

Retrobot
Also, not sure if it belongs here but apparently a working Saturn Emulator was found in the code of the recent Guardian Force port for Switch.


Good to know. Supposedly, the Saturn Tribute games have +8 frames of input lag because of this. We'll see if they can fix it.

There's a new video of the Cotton sequel, Cotton Rock'n'Roll. It's not a retro game but it's a sequel of a retro IP keeping the old gameplay.

It'll release this Christmas in Japan, zero news about a Western launch for now.
Umihara Kawase character is playable in the game.
 
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tolkir

tolkir

Retrobot
Arcade Archives game of this week is Rally X.

One of the first arcade games of Namco. They released 4 Namco games on the last 4 weeks.
They must have gotten some kind of agreement.

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More news: Microids just announced a new game of Joe & Mac. They're going to remake the arcade levels and make new ones.
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I'm thinking to add a new type of games named Revival. A lot of games are coming back after >10 years keeping the old formula.
Cruis’n Blast, Street of Rage 4, Sonic Mania, New Pokemon Snap, Ghost 'n Goblins Resurrection, etc.
 
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Koren Lesthe

Terranigma & Turrican lover
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He/Him
Missing the Turrican Flashback (released 29th January 2021) & Turrican Anthology Vol. 1 & Vol. 2 (release date unknown).

Note :
The compilations are being done by Ratalaika Games, ININ Games and the Factor 5 team at Epic Games Cologne. The « unknown » release date for the both Anthology volumes is because the devs are adding a new function for all the games and Factor 5 -who is directly working on the Score Attack games- isn’t satisfied with the actual status of the games and restarted the Score Attack games from scratch.

Here’s the content :
Turrican Flashback :
Turrican I (Amiga, 1990)
Turrican II (Amiga, 1991)
Super Turrican (SNES, 1993)
Mega Turrican (Genesis, 1994)

Turrican Anthology Vol. 1 :
Turrican 1 (Amiga, 1990)
Turrican 2 (Amiga, 1991)
Super Turrican (SNES, 1993)
Super Turrican Director's Cut (Analogue SuperNT, 7th February 2018)
Mega Turrican Score Attack (Genesis/Mega Drive - 2021/2022)

Turrican Anthology Vol. 2 :
Turrican 3 (Amiga, 1993)
Mega Turrican (Genesis, 1994)
Mega Turrican Director's Cut (Genesis/Mega Drive, 2021/2022)
Super Turrican 2 (SNES, 1995)
Super Turrican 1 Score Attack (SNES, 2021/2022)


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Awesome thread by the way, definitly watching it :)
 
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ITSMILNER

Bob-omb
Mentioned this elsewhere but I would love for Capcom to port the Gamecube versions of Resident Evil 2 & 3 to Switch, just update the assets and boom!

Also, I still need to pick up James Pond on Switch one day
 
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tolkir

tolkir

Retrobot
I'll do a table summary at the end of each month so I can remove rows on the OP. Last one was:

September 2021 releases

GAMETYPEO.PLATFORMDATEO.YEARCOLLECTION
Usaaf MustangPortArcade09/02/211990Arcade Archives
Sonic Colors: UltimateRemasterWii09/07/212010
Boulder Dash DeluxeRemakeArcade09/09/211984
Pop FlamerPortArcade09/09/211982Arcade Archives
Espgaluda IIPortArcade09/09/212005
SoldamPortArcade09/16/211992Arcade Archives
Mystia2PortMobile09/16/21 (Japan)2005G-Mode Archives
Diablo II: ResurrectedRemasterPC09/23/212000
Flyhight Cloudia 4PortMobile09/23/21 (Japan)2009G-Mode Archives
Pac-ManPortArcade09/24/211980Arcade Archives
XeviousPortArcade09/24/211982Arcade Archives
Castlevania: Circle of the MoonPortGame Boy Advance09/24/212001Castlevania Advance Collection
Castlevania: Harmony of DissonancePortGame Boy Advance09/24/212002Castlevania Advance Collection
Castlevania: Aria of SorrowPortGame Boy Advance09/24/212003Castlevania Advance Collection
ActRaiser RenaissanceRemakeSNES09/24/211990
G-Darius HDRemasterArcade09/28/211997
Centipede: RechargedRemakeArcade09/29/211981
Typhoon GalPortArcade09/30/211985Arcade Archives
Cotton 2: Saturn TributePortSega Saturn09/30/211997
Cotton Boomerang: Saturn TributePortSega Saturn09/30/211998
Guardian Force: Saturn TributePortSega Saturn09/30/211998
ExZeusRemasterArcade09/30/212003ExZeus: The Complete Collection
Ketsui: Kizuna Jigoku Tachi DXPortMobile09/30/21 (Japan)2006G-Mode Archives
 
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This promise to be a very useful thread for me.

tolkir I didn't had the chance to thank you for all your great efforts on the eshop threads due to me leaving Era after the whole Media Create fiasco so I take the chance to do so now:

Thank you!
 
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Koren Lesthe

Terranigma & Turrican lover
Pronouns
He/Him
Hoshi Wo Miru Hito (1987, Hot-B), aka StarGazer on the Famicom, has been re-released on the Japanese Switch eShop.
It is also known as one of the worst, if not THE worst JRPG of all time. The studio preferred to outsource the game to a single developper, who had zero experience in JRPGs and had to rush everything with an almost impossible deadline. The studio wanted to surf on the Dragon Quest ride and… well, it didn’t end well (keep in mind that JRPGs were a new thing back then)

It is also known as the « Legendary shit game » in Japan (Densetsu no Kusoge). It is amazing how bad it is, on every single point. You should give a watch to the Games Done Quick speedrun of the game ^^

An article on Hardcore Gaming 101 :
 

Krvavi Abadas

Mr. Archivist
Banned
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He/Him
Hoshi Wo Miru Hito (1987, Hot-B), aka StarGazer on the Famicom, has been re-released on the Japanese Switch eShop.
It is also known as one of the worst, if not THE worst JRPG of all time. The studio preferred to outsource the game to a single developper, who had zero experience in JRPGs and had to rush everything with an almost impossible deadline. The studio wanted to surf on the Dragon Quest ride and… well, it didn’t end well (keep in mind that JRPGs were a new thing back then)

It is also known as the « Legendary shit game » in Japan (Densetsu no Kusoge). It is amazing how bad it is, on every single point. You should give a watch to the Games Done Quick speedrun of the game ^^

An article on Hardcore Gaming 101 :
Fun Fact: The team working on that port did an actual fan-art competition (Last option on the top menu) for creating border art.
I even made a joke submission for it, though it didn't make the finals.

You can at least see the devs considering it, though. (look beside the person holding their hand up towards one of the entries.)
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Koren Lesthe

Terranigma & Turrican lover
Pronouns
He/Him
Fun Fact: The team working on that port did an actual fan-art competition (Last option on the top menu) for creating border art.
I even made a joke submission for it, though it didn't make the finals.

You can at least see the devs considering it, though. (look beside the person holding their hand up towards one of the entries.)
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Amazing ! I wasn’t aware of this !
I really wished they did at least an english translation. From what I heard, the game was about to be released in all region eShops but at the very last moment, the website displayed a message that the game would be a Japan only exclusive.
 
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tolkir

tolkir

Retrobot
Please don't forget the Street Fighter: 30th Anniversary Collection ;)

I thing that I don't forget anything, so the OP is already finished.
Maybe if people want, some random weeks, I could make some special tables of big publishers like Capcom, Square-Enix or Nintendo, or tables of an individual console to remind games already available.
 
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tolkir

tolkir

Retrobot
Looks like we're going to have a new Virtual Console by Hamster.


Are Enix SNES games getting re-released finally? We'll see.


In other news, two more Cotton games announced for the next week.

Cotton 100% SNES version
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Panorama Cotton Mega Drive version.
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Price is €14.99 each one.
 
Looks like we're going to have a new Virtual Console by Hamster.


Are Enix SNES games getting re-released finally? We'll see.
Let's hope it's for a Soul Blazer collection.
 

Samurai Goro

Sushi Kamakaze Fujiyama Nippon-Ichi
'Sup fellow retro-friends.

Thought of the day:

I'm still disappointed that Arcade Archive wasn't able to finish up the Nintendo-developed Arcade ports. They really seemed to be rolling along there for a while, but I'm feeling pretty certain that they've closed that door at this point.

I mean, I do understand that Nintendo probably isn't keen to highlight their uber-early, super-uncreative "clone"-era by pasting up like Block Fever and SF-HiSplitter for everyone to see.

...and I can definitely understand why Monkey Magic will most likely never see the light of day again.

But it would be nice to see them at least throw Sheriff and Arm Wrestling up on the service. Maybe Radar Scope and Space Firebird as well just for completeness. Let's face it, this is probably one of the best chances we'll have to get official re-releases of these things and seems a shame to leave some on the chopping block.

At the very least, I'm thrilled that they finally obliged in releasing official versions of the arcade Punch-Out games, DK Trilogy, and even Sky Skipper (which is alot more fun that I imagined it would be). Pretty half-and-half on the Vs. System library as I imagine most people are, but at least it's mostly there for posterity.

My favorite experience from this - I put about a dozen hours into Punch-Out and Super Punch-Out on Switch in order to be able to 1CC (through Sandman) them on any difficulty. Recently was traveling with my family and stopped at one of the largest arcades in America on a vacation. Weaving through isles to find the Punch-Out machine, and whooping it live as a result of the effort felt pretty sweet, let me tell you. Had a few looking over the shoulder to see after Kid Quick, which seems to be the stopping-block for a lot of folks.
 
Looks like we're going to have a new Virtual Console by Hamster.


Are Enix SNES games getting re-released finally? We'll see.


In other news, two more Cotton games announced for the next week.

Cotton 100% SNES version
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Panorama Cotton Mega Drive version.
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Price is €14.99 each one.

It's almost beyond parody to me that literally hours before my article on the death of piecemeal reissues was to go live Hamster pretty much ends up starting their own form of Virtual Console. Very curious to see how it goes down, since I don't think people will be happy if they charge 800 yen for FC games... SNES/PCE though? I'll buy all the PCE games in the world. There's a good potential for it to be like Project EGG, and hopefully be an expansive library of classic games on PS4/Switch... But I also worry we'll get boring done to death games like NES Gradius/Pac-Man and the like.

Would love to see stuff like Terra Cresta II on this though.

But may I ask why the Squaresoft trademark would relate to Enix stuff? Two of the three games in the soul blazer trilogy have pretty immovable legal issues (Soul Blazer's OST, Gaia's art) that require external parties, so I doubt it could be for that... Unless it's The Creation of Heaven and Earth, which I don't think has as many issues save for Nintendo's translation.

'Sup fellow retro-friends.

Thought of the day:

I'm still disappointed that Arcade Archive wasn't able to finish up the Nintendo-developed Arcade ports. They really seemed to be rolling along there for a while, but I'm feeling pretty certain that they've closed that door at this point.

I mean, I do understand that Nintendo probably isn't keen to highlight their uber-early, super-uncreative "clone"-era by pasting up like Block Fever and SF-HiSplitter for everyone to see.

...and I can definitely understand why Monkey Magic will most likely never see the light of day again.

But it would be nice to see them at least throw Sheriff and Arm Wrestling up on the service. Maybe Radar Scope and Space Firebird as well just for completeness. Let's face it, this is probably one of the best chances we'll have to get official re-releases of these things and seems a shame to leave some on the chopping block.

At the very least, I'm thrilled that they finally obliged in releasing official versions of the arcade Punch-Out games, DK Trilogy, and even Sky Skipper (which is alot more fun that I imagined it would be). Pretty half-and-half on the Vs. System library as I imagine most people are, but at least it's mostly there for posterity.

My favorite experience from this - I put about a dozen hours into Punch-Out and Super Punch-Out on Switch in order to be able to 1CC (through Sandman) them on any difficulty. Recently was traveling with my family and stopped at one of the largest arcades in America on a vacation. Weaving through isles to find the Punch-Out machine, and whooping it live as a result of the effort felt pretty sweet, let me tell you. Had a few looking over the shoulder to see after Kid Quick, which seems to be the stopping-block for a lot of folks.

I don't think there's too much left for Nintendo's lineup, to be blunt. Most of their big VS games are all out and I can't think of any outside of light gun titles that scream "must-port". Their pre-DK era isn't really good and outside of Radar Scope/Sheriff I don't think any would be noteworthy from a historical POV. Don't know why Monkey Magic in particular would be problematic, unless it's just how unsettling the whole game looks, but I'd give that as much odds as Space Firebird (As in, next to none).

I would also agree with you on Arm Wrestling, but after playing it at Galloping Ghost... Yeah, if that came to switch all the Joy-Cons on earth would drift at once, it's VERY taxing to mash the stick, to the point it physically tired me out. Turbo could help for the button mashing bits, but constantly jamming on the stick might not be something Nintendo wants people to do. :p
 

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How is the Mega Man ZX collection on Switch? I heard the OG and X ones had pretty bad input lag on Switch so I haven't picked them up.
 
How is the Mega Man ZX collection on Switch? I heard the OG and X ones had pretty bad input lag on Switch so I haven't picked them up.

OG MM has pretty fine input control imo, but it gets an awful audio lag if you use the home menu button a lot. It's not as solid as NSO/VC though, but it's still very playable. Mega Man X does have irritating, but doable input lag on X1-3 but X4-8 are all native ports and play like butter, and Zero/ZX is like the X4-X8 ports, so every game is butter in that compilation.
 

Samurai Goro

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I don't think there's too much left for Nintendo's lineup, to be blunt. Most of their big VS games are all out and I can't think of any outside of light gun titles that scream "must-port". Their pre-DK era isn't really good and outside of Radar Scope/Sheriff I don't think any would be noteworthy from a historical POV. Don't know why Monkey Magic in particular would be problematic, unless it's just how unsettling the whole game looks, but I'd give that as much odds as Space Firebird (As in, next to none).

I would also agree with you on Arm Wrestling, but after playing it at Galloping Ghost... Yeah, if that came to switch all the Joy-Cons on earth would drift at once, it's VERY taxing to mash the stick, to the point it physically tired me out. Turbo could help for the button mashing bits, but constantly jamming on the stick might not be something Nintendo wants people to do. :p
For Monkey Magic, it's really just the imagery of knocking out a Monkey's teeth before turning his eyes into "x"s while being surrounded by skulls that makes me think it has a low chance. It may be primitive arcade graphics, but that description alone sure sounds like something modern Nintendo would shy away from. Maybe not. Pretty meaningless either way, since it's a totally unremarkable breakout clone beyond that, eh.

And yeah, I totally hear ya on Arm Wrestling. I always thought that tiring aspect was by-design to really make you feel like you were in a physical contest. It really doesn't work great without an arcade stick either way. But it does close out the Takeda Punch-Out trilogy to some degree....

I assume, however, that it is mostly ignored because it was never released in Japan, which always appears as something NOJ sees as a less relevant release for one reason or another when you look at their history.
 

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Amazing thread.

I’d love to see all those G-mode RPGs get translated, but I doubt that will ever happen.

I’m ashamed to say that I currently have more of Hamster’s ACA/Arcade Archive releases than any reasonable person should, lol. It really becomes a headache when you have to scroll through 40+ lines of games to find stuff on the Switch (obviously it’s not all ACA games). I’m glad to see that they’ll be branching out into console releases too, that could be really interesting.

The Switch is just crazy. Every time I take a moment to breathe, another dozen retro games I want have been released.
 
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How is the Mega Man ZX collection on Switch? I heard the OG and X ones had pretty bad input lag on Switch so I haven't picked them up.
They are native ports and not emulation, so the input latency is going to be as low or high as your displays inherent latency or what controller you use
 

Clov

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'Sup fellow retro-friends.

Thought of the day:

I'm still disappointed that Arcade Archive wasn't able to finish up the Nintendo-developed Arcade ports. They really seemed to be rolling along there for a while, but I'm feeling pretty certain that they've closed that door at this point.

I mean, I do understand that Nintendo probably isn't keen to highlight their uber-early, super-uncreative "clone"-era by pasting up like Block Fever and SF-HiSplitter for everyone to see.

...and I can definitely understand why Monkey Magic will most likely never see the light of day again.

But it would be nice to see them at least throw Sheriff and Arm Wrestling up on the service. Maybe Radar Scope and Space Firebird as well just for completeness. Let's face it, this is probably one of the best chances we'll have to get official re-releases of these things and seems a shame to leave some on the chopping block.

At the very least, I'm thrilled that they finally obliged in releasing official versions of the arcade Punch-Out games, DK Trilogy, and even Sky Skipper (which is alot more fun that I imagined it would be). Pretty half-and-half on the Vs. System library as I imagine most people are, but at least it's mostly there for posterity.

My favorite experience from this - I put about a dozen hours into Punch-Out and Super Punch-Out on Switch in order to be able to 1CC (through Sandman) them on any difficulty. Recently was traveling with my family and stopped at one of the largest arcades in America on a vacation. Weaving through isles to find the Punch-Out machine, and whooping it live as a result of the effort felt pretty sweet, let me tell you. Had a few looking over the shoulder to see after Kid Quick, which seems to be the stopping-block for a lot of folks.

I'm hoping it's not totally finished! Would love to see stuff like Sheriff, Radar Scope, and even Vs Mach Rider.

In any case, it's great that we got the original arcade Donkey Kong, both arcade Punch-Outs, and most impressive of all, Sky Skipper! It's pretty incredible that they were able to get that, given how few machines of it remain.
 

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OG MM has pretty fine input control imo, but it gets an awful audio lag if you use the home menu button a lot. It's not as solid as NSO/VC though, but it's still very playable. Mega Man X does have irritating, but doable input lag on X1-3 but X4-8 are all native ports and play like butter, and Zero/ZX is like the X4-X8 ports, so every game is butter in that compilation.
They are native ports and not emulation, so the input latency is going to be as low or high as your displays inherent latency or what controller you use
Oh that's sweet for ZX Col. and X4-X6 since those are the ones I'd be playing the most anyways. Makes it kinda annoying that they needlessly split the X collection in 2 though.
 

Samurai Goro

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I'm hoping it's not totally finished! Would love to see stuff like Sheriff, Radar Scope, and even Vs Mach Rider.

In any case, it's great that we got the original arcade Donkey Kong, both arcade Punch-Outs, and most impressive of all, Sky Skipper! It's pretty incredible that they were able to get that, given how few machines of it remain.
I must admit, I'm not familiar with the differences - what is changed for Vs Mach Rider over the NES game?
 

Clov

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I must admit, I'm not familiar with the differences - what is changed for Vs Mach Rider over the NES game?

From what I understand, it's very similar to the endurance course from the NES original. Everytime you complete a level, you get a screen of Mach Rider that gradually goes away to reveal a woman, who many speculate to be Mach Rider... that's something that Mach Rider's planned appearance in Captain Rainbow was going to elaborate on.

In short, not much, but it's neat!
 
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More dates announced.

A Boy and His Blob releases November 05th according the Japanese eShop.

Both BloodRaynes for November 18th.
 

Seik

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Hey that's a great thread idea! So many remasters and ports on Switch that it's starting to be hard to keep up with everything. Thanks!
 
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I don't know what's happening but since I made the thread, 2 publishers are creating a line to port retro games.
First Hamster with Consoles Archives and now, QUByte with QUByte Classics.

First titles are Breakers Collection, The Immortal and The Humans. We'll know more next week.

 

Krvavi Abadas

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I don't know what's happening but since I made the thread, 2 publishers are creating a line to port retro games.
First Hamster with Consoles Archives and now, QUByte with QUByte Classics.

First titles are Breakers Collection, The Immortal and The Humans. We'll know more next week.

I was about to say "that's already on the Switch online service", but it looks like they'll be trying to include every version of it.
“As some of these games were released for 8-bit and 16-bit platforms, our idea is to give players one more option to choose between these versions, as is the case with The Immortal and The Humans, which received versions of more than one console, like Mega Drive and Amiga,” said QUByte Interactive CEO Marivaldo Cabral in a press release.
The footage in the trailer looks to be the Genesis version specifically.
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There's also an extra game that's not mentioned in the Press Release but is in the video. Head Over Heels. Specifically the 2003 remake.
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First deal of Zombies Ate My Neighbors and Ghoul Patrol. (33% off)

I made a list of Retro on Dekudeals with most of games available, except Hamster ones.
They are easily visible if you look the publisher page.
 
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Many announcements of retro games this week.

QUByte just announced three games.

- Rage of the Dragons (Fighting game based on the Double Dragon universe)
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And two Chinese RPGs released for Sega Genesis/Mega Drive

- Brave Battle Saga: Legend of the Magic Warrior
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- Canon: Legends Of The New Gods
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M2 announced a new Toaplan collection in Japan. Toaplan Arcade Garage: Hishou Same! Same! Same!

It includes:
  • Fire Shark (Same! Same! Same!)
  • Sky Shark (Hishou Zame!)
 

Abzeronow

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QUByte just announced three games.

- Rage of the Dragons (Fighting game based on the Double Dragon universe)
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And two Chinese RPGs released for Sega Genesis/Mega Drive

- Brave Battle Saga: Legend of the Magic Warrior
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- Canon: Legends Of The New Gods
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Brave Battle Saga and Canon Legend of the New Gods are both good games. Nice to see them made more available.
 
October 2021
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October 2021 releases

GAMETYPEO.PLATFORMDATEO.YEARCOLLECTION
Super Monkey BallRemasterGamecube10/05/212001Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania
Super Monkey Ball 2RemasterGamecube10/05/212002Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania
Super Monkey Ball DeluxeRemasterPS210/05/212005Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania
The Genji and the HeikenPortArcade10/07/211986Arcade Archives
Tantei Kibukawa Ryousuke Jikentan Vol. 7:
Otonari Keiji no Sousa Memo
PortMobile10/07/21 (Japan)2005G-Mode Archives
rRootage ReloadedRemasterPC10/14/212003
Rally-XPortArcade10/14/211980Arcade Archives
Earth Defense Force 2017PortXbox 36010/14/21 (Japan)2006
GleylancerPortSega Genesis10/15/211992
Corpse PartyRemakeNEC PC9810/20/211996
MappyPortArcade10/21/211983Arcade Archives
Momoko 1200%PortMobile10/21/21 (Japan)2006G-Mode Archives
Dr. Mario 64PortNintendo 6410/25/212001Nintendo 64 - Nintendo Switch Online
Mario Kart 64PortNintendo 6410/25/211996Nintendo 64 - Nintendo Switch Online
Mario Tennis 64PortNintendo 6410/25/212000Nintendo 64 - Nintendo Switch Online
Sin & PunishmentPortNintendo 6410/25/212000Nintendo 64 - Nintendo Switch Online
Star Fox 64 (Lylat Wars)PortNintendo 6410/25/211997Nintendo 64 - Nintendo Switch Online
Super Mario 64PortNintendo 6410/25/211996Nintendo 64 - Nintendo Switch Online
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of TimePortNintendo 6410/25/211998Nintendo 64 - Nintendo Switch Online
Winback (Operation Winback)PortNintendo 6410/25/211999Nintendo 64 - Nintendo Switch Online
Yoshi's StoryPortNintendo 6410/25/211997Nintendo 64 - Nintendo Switch Online
Castlevania: BloodlinesPortSega Genesis10/25/211994Sega Genesis - Nintendo Switch Online
Contra: Hard CorpsPortSega Genesis10/25/211994Sega Genesis - Nintendo Switch Online
Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean MachinePortSega Genesis10/25/211993Sega Genesis - Nintendo Switch Online
Ecco the DolphinPortSega Genesis10/25/211993Sega Genesis - Nintendo Switch Online
Golden AxePortSega Genesis10/25/211989Sega Genesis - Nintendo Switch Online
Gunstar HeroesPortSega Genesis10/25/211993Sega Genesis - Nintendo Switch Online
M.U.S.H.A. (Musha Aleste)PortSega Genesis10/25/211990Sega Genesis - Nintendo Switch Online
Phantasy Star IVPortSega Genesis10/25/211993Sega Genesis - Nintendo Switch Online
Puyo PuyoPortSega Genesis10/25/21 (Japan)1992Mega Drive - Nintendo Switch Online
RistarPortSega Genesis10/25/211995Sega Genesis - Nintendo Switch Online
Shining ForcePortSega Genesis10/25/211992Sega Genesis - Nintendo Switch Online
Shinobi III: Return of the Ninja MasterPortSega Genesis10/25/211993Sega Genesis - Nintendo Switch Online
Sonic the Hedgehog 2PortSega Genesis10/25/211992Sega Genesis - Nintendo Switch Online
Streets of Rage 2PortSega Genesis10/25/211992Sega Genesis - Nintendo Switch Online
StriderPortSega Genesis10/25/211990Sega Genesis - Nintendo Switch Online
Abarenbo Tengu & Zombie NationPortNES10/28/211990
Black Widow: RechargedRevivalArcade10/28/211982
Sky KidPortArcade10/28/211985Arcade Archives
Head over HeelsPortPC10/28/212003QUByte Classics
The ImmortalPortNES10/28/211990QUByte Classics: The Immortal
The ImmortalPortSega Genesis10/28/211993QUByte Classics: The Immortal
Tiger-HeliPortArcade10/28/21 (Japan)1985Toaplan Arcade Garage: Kyukyoku Tiger-Heli
Tiger-HeliPortNES10/28/21 (Japan)1986Toaplan Arcade Garage: Kyukyoku Tiger-Heli
Twin Cobra (Kyukyoku Tiger)PortArcade10/28/21 (Japan)1987Toaplan Arcade Garage: Kyukyoku Tiger-Heli
Twin Cobra (Kyukyoku Tiger)PortNES10/28/21 (Japan)1989Toaplan Arcade Garage: Kyukyoku Tiger-Heli
Twin Cobra (Kyukyoku Tiger)PortPC Engine10/28/21 (Japan)1989Toaplan Arcade Garage: Kyukyoku Tiger-Heli
Twin Cobra (Kyukyoku Tiger)PortSega Genesis10/28/21 (Japan)1991Toaplan Arcade Garage: Kyukyoku Tiger-Heli
Guardian (Get Star)PortArcade10/28/21 (Japan)1986Toaplan Arcade Garage: Kyukyoku Tiger-Heli
Saka Agari Hurricane PortablePortPC10/28/21 (Japan)2008
Cotton 100%PortSNES10/29/211994
Panorama CottonPortSega Genesis10/29/211994
 
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Upcoming November Releases

GAMETYPEO.PLATFORMDATEO.YEARCOLLECTION
A Boy and His BlobPortWii11/04/212009
Tantei Kibukawa Ryousuke Jikentan Vol. 8:
Kamen Genei Satsujin Jiken
PortMobile11/04/21 (Japan)2005G-Mode Archives
Disney's AladdinPortSNES11/09/211993Disney Classic Games Collection
Disney's The Jungle BookPortSNES11/09/211994Disney Classic Games Collection
Disney's The Jungle BookPortSega Genesis11/09/211994Disney Classic Games Collection
Disney's The Jungle BookPortGame Boy11/09/211994Disney Classic Games Collection
Star Wars: Knights of the Old RepublicPortPC11/11/212003
Grand Theft Auto 3RemasterPS211/11/212001Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy
Grand Theft Auto Vice CityRemasterPS211/11/212002Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy
Grand Theft Auto San AndreasRemasterPS211/11/212004Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy
BloodRayne: ReVampedRemasterPS211/18/212002
BloodRayne 2: ReVampedRemasterPS211/18/212004
Pokemon Brilliant DiamondRemakeNintendo DS11/19/212006
Pokemon Shining PearlRemakeNintendo DS11/19/212006
Parfait RemakeRemakePC11/25/21 (Japan)2005
 
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Retro week:

- 3 releases (and 1 bizarre revival)

A Boy and His Blob
- Port of the Wii game based on the classic NES game

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Black Heart - Arcade Archives bring a classic horizontal shoot 'em up by UPL from 1991 this time

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Tantei Kibukawa Ryousuke Jikentan Vol. 8: Kamen Genei Satsujin Jiken (Japan) - A new chapter of the visual novel released for mobiles in Japan in 2005

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Popeye - The suprise of the week. I don't know if it's a no-official remake or a new game of Popeye after many years since last one (2005). But we know that the quality of this new game is very low.

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- 2 announcements

Gynoug (Wings of Wor)
- Dated for November 12th. A new classic shoot 'em up of Mega Drive is coming back after the release of Greylancer last month.

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Eschatos - Collection of three games (Eschatos, Judgement Silversword and Cardinal Sins). Shoot 'em up fans must be happy with so many games, I suppose this release will include a Tate mode.

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Popeye - The suprise of the week. I don't know if it's a no-official remake or a new game of Popeye after many years since last one (2005). But we know that the quality of this new game is very low.
From what i can tell, Nintendo actually sold the rights to the arcade game back to King Features Syndicate at some point. Hence why it was never added to Virtual Console. There was an official Mobile Phone port at the very least, which was solely published by Namco.

As such, that's why the developers of this can claim it's a remake.
 
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tolkir

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From what i can tell, Nintendo actually sold the rights to the arcade game back to King Features Syndicate at some point. Hence why it was never added to Virtual Console. There was an official Mobile Phone port at the very least, which was solely published by Namco.

As such, that's why the developers of this can claim it's a remake.

There are a lot of good Java mobile titles from 2000s that disappeared with the smartphones and somebody should be bring back like G-Mode is doing in Japan. Even if it's only for nostalgic reasons because most of them were very basic.
Many big franchises there: Assassin's Creed, Crash Bandicoot, God of War, Chuck Norris, etc.
 


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