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Blizzard Arcade Collection Announced For Nintendo Switch, Out Today On The eShop

A blast from the past.

This year’s BlizzCon has just kicked off and Blizzard has announced the Blizzard Arcade Collection. It’s out today on the Nintendo Switch for $19.99 USD and contains The Lost Vikings, Rock N Roll Racing and Blackthorne.

The Blizzard® Arcade Collection features enhanced releases of Blizzard Entertainment’s early hits—The Lost Vikings, Rock N Roll Racing, and Blackthorne—all of which were released to critical acclaim prior to the company establishing the Blizzard Entertainment® label. Each entry in the Collection provides an early look at what would evolve into Blizzard’s signature approach to satisfying gameplay, colorful design, and tongue-in-cheek humor. Enhanced Features The Blizzard Arcade Collection games come in both Original Editions and upgraded Definitive Editions. Each version features enhancements such as custom key mapping and the ability to rewind up to 10 seconds.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

A blast from the past.

This year’s BlizzCon has just kicked off and Blizzard has announced the Blizzard Arcade Collection. It’s out today on the Nintendo Switch for $19.99 USD and contains The Lost Vikings, Rock N Roll Racing and Blackthorne.

The Blizzard® Arcade Collection features enhanced releases of Blizzard Entertainment’s early hits—The Lost Vikings, Rock N Roll Racing, and Blackthorne—all of which were released to critical acclaim prior to the company establishing the Blizzard Entertainment® label. Each entry in the Collection provides an early look at what would evolve into Blizzard’s signature approach to satisfying gameplay, colorful design, and tongue-in-cheek humor. Enhanced Features The Blizzard Arcade Collection games come in both Original Editions and upgraded Definitive Editions. Each version features enhancements such as custom key mapping and the ability to rewind up to 10 seconds.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

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