Hamster Company has been pumping out enhanced arcade releases for the reason that Nintendo Change arrived on the scene in 2017, however it may lastly be time for it to take the following huge step in retro preservation.
In response to a narrative over on Gematsu, the Japanese firm filed a trademark for “Console Archives” in English and Japanese earlier this month on October sixth. Whereas it is in all probability greatest to not get too excited, it looks as if there’s an actual chance it could possibly be planning to re-release outdated console titles.
Hamster started its Arcade Archives service on Change on third March 2017 and as of December final 12 months had had over “200 consecutive weeks of supply” – you may see all of Hamster’s present Change eShop releases this 12 months over on its official web site, or view our Nintendo Life Arcade Archives information.
The newest addition to the Arcade Archives assortment most not too long ago was Bandai Namco’s Rally-X.
Whereas we wait to see what comes of all of this, inform us what traditional video games you wish to see Hamster revive on Nintendo’s Change? Leave a remark down under.