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Pro Tennis World Court and Fighting Hawk were the latest Arcade Archives titles on Switch, and we now have gameplay of both. This comes as part of the latest live stream from Famitsu.

Here’s a bit of information about the two games:

Hamster has announced that Pro Tennis: World Court will be the next game releasing on the eShop under the Arcade Archives label. Here is some extra information about the game below.

It’s one day later than usual, but another Arcade Archives title is incoming for Switch. Hamster has announced that Fighting Hawk will be available worldwide today.

Fighting Hawk originally released for arcades in 1998. We have a bit of extra information about it below.

In its latest bi-weekly live stream this week, Famitsu took the time to showcase gameplay from the latest additions to the Arcade Archives series, Yokai Dochuki and Gaplus. The full recording is now available.

Here’s some information about both titles:

Hamster has announced that Youkai Douchuki will be the next game releasing on the eShop under the Arcade Archives label. Here is some more information about the game courtesy of the International Arcade Museum.

Hamster has announced that Gaplus will be the next game releasing on the eShop under the Arcade Archives label. Here is some more information about the game courtesy of the International Arcade Museum.

Famitsu returned this week with another live stream to showcase the latest Arcade Archives games on Switch, Pac-Land and The Legend of Valkyrie (Valkyrie no Densetsu). Both were highlighted with lots of gameplay.

Hamster has announced Valkyrie no Densetsu to be the next game releasing on the eShop under the Arcade Archives label. Here is some more information about the game courtesy of the International Arcade Museum.

Hamster has revealed Pac-Land to be the next game releasing on the eShop under the Arcade Archives label. Here is some more information about the game from the International Arcade Museum.

Famitsu held its latest Arcade Archives live stream this week for the series’ latest two titles, Wonder Momo and Empire City: 1931. We now have gameplay of both.

Here’s a brief overview of the two titles:


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