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During a live stream, Famitsu showed off new footage from Arcade Archives Frogger and Arcade Archives TwinBee. Check out the full recording below.

Arcade Archives Frogger is launching on Switch next week, an eShop listing reveals. Hamster will publish the classic title on December 12.

Here’s a brief overview of Frogger:

During one of its regular live streams on Niconico today, Hamster announced more classic games for Switch under its Arcade Archives banner. New titles include KiKi KaiKai, Tin Star, and Mat Mania.

Here’s a look at Hamster’s full upcoming lineup, which includes previously-announced releases:

Arcade Archives TwinBee will release on Switch this week, Hamster has announced. A worldwide release is scheduled for December 5.

Here’s a brief overview of Arcade Archives TwinBee, along with a trailer:

Famitsu showed off Arcade Archives Hyper Sports, which will be out worldwide on the Switch eShop tomorrow, in a live stream a few hours ago. View the full recording below.

Hamster is bringing Hyper Sports to Switch next week, the company has announced. A global release is set for November 28.

Hyper Sports originally debuted in arcades back in 1984. It features archery, swimming, weight lifting, pole vault, skeet shooting, triple jump, and long horse events.

Pricing for Arcade Archives Hyper Sports is set at $7.99 / €6.99 / £6.29.

Source: Hamster PR

We have the early word on the next Arcade Archives game rolling out on Switch. In the Hunt, Irem’s side-scrolling shooter from 1993, will be the latest classic title landing on the eShop.

Arcade Archives In the Hunt launches for Switch on November 21. Pricing is set at $7.99 / €6.99 / £6.29.

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Update: The latest issue of Famitsu have also confirmed Hyper Sports and Frogger as upcoming Arcade Archives titles, but they don’t currently have release dates.


Original: Yie Ar Kung-Fu is coming to Switch this week as the latest Arcade Archives game, Hamster has announced. A release is planned for November 14 worldwide.

Konami originally made Yie Ar Kung-Fu in 1984. There are a total of eleven masters for main character Oolong to fight as he attempts to earn the title of “Grand Master”.

Pricing for Arcade Archives Yie Ar Kung-Fu is set at $7.99 / €6.99 / £6.29.

Source: Hamster PR

Terry Bogard finally dropped in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate today as the newest DLC character. In celebration, Hamster has put a few ACA NeoGeo games on sale for Switch. Fatal Fury and The King of Fighters titles have been discounted, along with Garou: Mark of the Wolves.

Here’s the full lineup:

A short while ago, Famitsu hosted its latest live stream to show off Arcade Archives Mr. Goemon, which launches worldwide on Switch tomorrow. Watch the full recording below.