Submit a news tip


Hamster intends to release Vs. Castlevania as the latest entry in the Arcade Archives series for Switch, the company has announced. A worldwide launch is set for October 17.

Arcade Archives Vs. Castlevania is based on the NES game, though carries a heavier difficulty. Differences include higher enemy damage and a shorter time limit.

Arcade Archives Vs. Castlevania will cost $7.99 / €6.99 / £6.29 on the Switch eShop.

Source: Hamster PR

Hamster is rolling out The Legend of Kage as its latest arcade game for Switch this week, the company has announced. It will arrive worldwide tomorrow, October 10.

Here’s an overview of the game:

During a live stream today, Famitsu offered a look at Arcade Archives Karate Champ. Check out the full recording below for gameplay.

Hamster will release Arcade Archives Karate Champ on Switch this week, the company has announced. All regions will be getting the game tomorrow, October 4.

Karate Champ was originally made by Data East in 1984. High Score Mode and Caravan Mode have been implemented for this new edition.

Arcade Archives Scramble is due out on Switch this week, Hamster has announced. A worldwide release is planned for September 26.

Scramble originally debuted in 1981. It’s a horizontal shooter with various obstacles to overcome in its six different sections. Super Cobra would later follow as the game’s sequel.

During a live stream earlier today, Famitsu showed off plenty of footage from Arcade Archives Time Tunnel, which launches worldwide tomorrow. See the gameplay below.

Hamster today announced its latest arcade title for Switch. Time Tunnel will be available worldwide on September 19, the company revealed.

Time Tunnel originally debuted in 1982. The goal is pretty simple, with players avoiding obstacles as they attempt to deliver passengers to various destinations before the fuel supply is depleted.

Arcade Archives Time Tunnel will cost $7.99 / €6.99 / £6.29 on the Switch eShop.

Source: Hamster PR

At the Tokyo Game Show today, Hamster unveiled a new round of games that will be released under its Arcade Archives banner.

Time Tunnel, Scramble, Golf (Nintendo), TNK III, In the Hunt, VS. Castlevania, and Detana!! TwinBee will all be distributed on Switch. Hamster also reconfirmed the likes of Karate Champ, Yie Ar Kung-Fu, Tecmo Bowl, and Balloon Fight.

Specific release dates for these titles have not yet been announced.

Arcade Archives Track & Field is making its way to Switch next week, Hamster has announced. A release is planned for September 12 worldwide.

Track & Field originally came to arcades in 1983, and was made by Konami. Players can compete in 100 meter dash, long jump, javelin throw, 110 meter hurdles, hammer throw, and high jump.

Arcade Archives Track & Field will cost $7.99 / €6.99 / £6.29 on the Switch eShop.

Source: Hamster PR

Famitsu shared new footage of Arcade Archives Vigilante during a live stream today. For the full recording, continue on below.