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Hamster bringing VS. Super Mario Bros., Double Dragon to Switch next month

Posted on November 17, 2017 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop

Update: Bumped to the top. The same catalog also confirms that ACA NeoGeo World Heroes is coming on November 30, and ACA NeoGeo The King of Fighters ’96 is dated for December 28.

Original: Hamster has two more classic games coming to Switch next month. VS. Super Mario Bros. and Double Dragon are both lined up for the system.

These two games have their release dates listed in a Japanese software catalog. VS. Super Mario Bros. will be up first on December 22. Then on December 28, we’ll be seeing Double Dragon.

Thanks to James M for the tip.


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  • Bust4cap

    f’in finally… 3 months after the first nintendo arcade game they released.. Oo

  • jimmy

    Sweet, can’t wait for DD but am a bit confused with that VS Super Mario title, is it Super Mario Bro with Mario Bros?

    • Carlos

      I was wondering what the difference was also.

    • JJ

      I think some of the stages are remixed versions of the originals.

  • JJ

    Nice, I’ll buy both of these.

  • Roto Prime

    UM, what is VS Mario?!!!!

    found some info!!! https://www.mariowiki.com/VS._Super_Mario_Bros.

    might be my first digi game!!!!!!

    • Aline Piroutek

      Buy Gunstar Heroes for 3DS. Awesome title. Full 60fps.

      • Roto Prime

        MY DUDE!!! <3 I have it on two 3DS, 3D classic, co op wireless, its bloody amazing!!!!!!!

  • Aline Piroutek

    Let’s see which title sell more: Super Mario Bros. √°rcade on Switch or Brain Age VC on WiiU.

  • James Fox

    What a neat way to end 2017

    3 great ACA titles

    Vs. Super Mario Bros (12/21)
    Double Dragon (12/28)
    The King of Fighters ’96 (12/28)

  • Arm

    I hope we’ll see more of the Nintendo arcade games get released. Would love to get my hands on VS Golf, and the arcade Punch Out titles.

  • MagcargoMan

    That’s pretty rare to see one of the many obscure alternate versions of Super Mario Bros. be acknowledged by Nintendo. All Night Nippon Super Mario Bros. next?

  • ToonAddict1

    Finally, some more Nintendo arcade games and an arcade title that isn’t Neo Geo based.