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Beitrag von Seppatoni » Mi Sep 13, 2017 23:29

Nintendo bringt alte Spielhallenklassiker in ihrer Originalforum auf Switch. :ulove:

Den Anfang macht Mario Bros. am 27.09.2017

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Beitrag von Papierknut » Fr Sep 15, 2017 13:42

Seppatoni hat geschrieben:
Mi Sep 13, 2017 23:29
in ihrer Originalforum
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Nitendofans.de/Forum?

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Beitrag von Seppatoni » Di Sep 19, 2017 14:50

Wrecking Crew, Urban Champion, Excitebike confirmed for Nintendo’s arcade lineup on Switch

During last week’s Nintendo Direct, it was announced that classic Nintendo arcade games are coming to Switch. This is possible thanks to a partnership with Hamster, who handled the NeoGeo titles on Switch.

Famitsu has now confirmed three additional games. Wrecking Crew, Urban Champion, and Excite Bike will also be released on Switch. That’s on top of VS. Super Mario Bros., VS. Balloon Fight, VS. Ice Climber, VS. Pinball and VS. Clu Clu Land.

The first arcade game, Mario Bros., lands on September 27.

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Beitrag von Calmundd » Di Sep 19, 2017 15:32

War Punch-Out!! nicht auch dabei?
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Beitrag von Seppatoni » Mi Sep 20, 2017 06:20

Zumindest im Video, ja.

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Beitrag von Seppatoni » Mi Sep 27, 2017 20:46

Mario Bros. ist seit heute verfügbar. Die Umsetzung ist prima gelungen, wie bei den NeoGeo-Titeln gibt es neben dem normalen einen Highscore- sowie Caravan-mode, welche beide auch Online-Highscore-Listen beinhalten. Direkt mal um Rang 80 einquartiert. :up:

Allerdings ist das ganze viel zu teuer. :angry:

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Beitrag von Oliversum » Mi Sep 27, 2017 21:36

Das scheint der Standard Preis für alle Arcade Archives Titel zu sein, auch auf PS4. Bei den Preisen für manche Arcade Platinen finde ich das mehr als ok.

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Beitrag von Seppatoni » Fr Jun 15, 2018 06:51

Arcade Archives: Donkey Kong Available Now On Switch eShop In North America And Japan

To start the third and final day of live Treehouse coverage, Nintendo announced HAMSTER would be expanding the Arcade Archives line on the Switch eShop, with the reveal of two additional titles. Both released in 1981, the first is the original Donkey Kong arcade game, and the second is the lesser known Sky Skipper.

Arcade Archives: Donkey Kong is available on the eShop right now in North America and Japan, and will arrive in Europe tomorrow. For $7.99, this particular release offers plenty of bang for your buck, featuring three playable versions of the game.

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According to the Nintendo Treehouse team, the early version is based on the original game released in Japanese arcades, the later version fixes a few bugs and the primary difference in the international version is the stage order. The Switch release, as mentioned during the announcement, also includes a Hi Score and Caravan mode (with a five-minute time limit), along with online leaderboards.

The rarer of the two releases – Arcade Archives: Sky Skipper – will arrive later on in July.
The interesting tale behind this retro revival was explained by Nintendo executive, Don James:

One day, ten of these Sky Skipper cabinets showed up and we put them out at various arcades...for whatever reason, we never released the game, but we kept one original Sky Skipper cabinet in our archives at Nintendo of America...then we got the call to go out, dig up the game, pull the ROMs out, copy them, and send them to Japan so they could make it available to the consumers.

Adding to this, Don revealed the artwork on the Sky Skipper cabinet - including the side stickers, header and the designs on the control panel were all done by Shigeru Miyamoto, solving a long-time mystery.

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Nintendo's Treehouse team went on to reiterate the arcade cabinet (displayed during the discussion) was the only known original North American one, housing an unmodified Sky Skipper board - with the ROMs from the specific board enabling the go-ahead of the Arcade Archives edition. It's Nintendo history at its finest.

In Sky Skipper, you take control of a pilot who must save the royal family - represented as playing cards, from gorillas. Each play session requires you to collect these cards, drop bombs and avoid any incoming projectiles.

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