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Guide: Every Arcade Archives Game On Nintendo Switch, Plus Our Top Picks

A complete list of Hamster’s Arcade Archives Switch titles.

Since 2017 we’ve seen a steady supply of Hamster’s Arcade Archives releases bringing arcade classics to the Switch eShop. What’s more, the series includes previously unreleased or hard-to-find arcade games from Nintendo itself. Having been so well acquainted with many of the NES versions, and it’s been wonderful to rediscover these games in their original (and sometimes quite different) arcade form over the past few years.

The number of titles in the Arcade Archives list grows on a near-weekly basis, so below we’ve reproduced the full list of Arcade Archives releases available on Switch eShop to date. With a variety of options to tailor each game’s presentation to your personal tastes, you can even flip the screen 90° for a more authentic rendition of games originally designed for an upturned CRT screen. Throw them in your Flip Grip and you’ve arguably got the best way to play these games in 2020, short of having the original arcade cabinets, of course.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

A complete list of Hamster’s Arcade Archives Switch titles.

Since 2017 we’ve seen a steady supply of Hamster’s Arcade Archives releases bringing arcade classics to the Switch eShop. What’s more, the series includes previously unreleased or hard-to-find arcade games from Nintendo itself. Having been so well acquainted with many of the NES versions, and it’s been wonderful to rediscover these games in their original (and sometimes quite different) arcade form over the past few years.

The number of titles in the Arcade Archives list grows on a near-weekly basis, so below we’ve reproduced the full list of Arcade Archives releases available on Switch eShop to date. With a variety of options to tailor each game’s presentation to your personal tastes, you can even flip the screen 90° for a more authentic rendition of games originally designed for an upturned CRT screen. Throw them in your Flip Grip and you’ve arguably got the best way to play these games in 2020, short of having the original arcade cabinets, of course.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

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