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Hamster has announced its latest Arcade Archives release on Switch. Starting September 24, Burnin’ Rubber (Bump ‘n’ Jump) will be available on the eShop.

Data East originally created the top-down racing game in 1982. It would later find its way to the Atari 2600, Intellivision, and ColecoVision.

Pricing for Arcade Archives Burnin’ Rubber is set at $7.99 / €6.99 / £6.29.

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During a live stream earlier today, Famitsu showed off the newest Arcade Archives game for Switch, E.D.F. Check out the full recording below.

Arcade Archives E.D.F. releases worldwide on September 17.

Hamster has announced that E.D.F. will be the latest Arcade Archives game to be released on Switch. All regions will be getting the title on September 17.

Here’s a brief overview of E.D.F.:

During its latest live stream today, Hamster revealed another upcoming game for the Arcade Archives series on Switch.

Touki Denshou Angel Eyes is now confirmed. The fighting game was developed by Tecmo, and originally released in 1996.

Another Tecmo game is on the way as well, though it’s exact identity is being kept a secret for now. Based on what was shown on stream, it could be Swimmer or Guzzler.

Gemini Wing was announced for the Arcade Archives series quite some time ago, and it’s finally nearing release. Hamster has announced that the game will launch worldwide on September 10.

Gemini Wing is a vertical shooter. It was originally released by Tecmo in 1987.

Pricing for Arcade Archives Gemini Wing is set at $7.99 / €6.99 / £6.29.

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As part of its latest live stream, Famitsu checked out Arcade Archives Contra and showed off plenty of gameplay. View the full recording below.

Arcade Archives Contra arrives worldwide on the Switch eShop today.

Hamster is bringing Arcade Archives Contra to Switch this week, the company announced today. A worldwide release is planned for September 3.

Here’s an overview of the game:

Arcade Archives Super Dodge Ball will launch on Switch this week, Hamster has announced. A worldwide release is set for August 27.

Super Dodge Ball originally debuted in arcades back in 1987. Both sides have seven members, and just like a regular game of dodge ball, the objective is to eliminate members of the opposing team.

Pricing for Arcade Archives Super Dodge Ball is set at $7.99 / €6.99 / £6.29.

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Hamster unveiled the latest games for its Arcade Archives series during a live stream today. Contra, Super Cobra, Super Dodge Ball, and Gradius II (Vulcan Venture) are all on the way. Release dates were not shared, but they should be rolling out in the weeks and months ahead.

Today’s broadcast also reconfirmed other upcoming Arcade Archives titles like Gemini Wing. As has been the case for awhile now, we’ll continue to find out about the next release every Wednesday for release on Thursday (or in some cases Friday).

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During a live stream earlier today, Famitsu showed off the latest Arcade Archives game for Switch, Trigon. Check out the full recording below for some footage.

Arcade Archives will be out for Switch worldwide on August 20.