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'80s oddity Guzzler is this week's Arcade Archives release

Following on from last week's excellent obscurity The Astyanax, this week sees Hamster add another relatively unknown title to its Arcade Archive range. Now available on PS4 and Nintendo Switch, Guzzler is a post-Pac-Man maze title from Teh...

 
 
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Obscure fantasy The Astyanax returns on PS4 and Switch

After going a little shmup-happy in recent weeks, the retro-loving folk over at Hamster have returned to the world of fantasy platformers for this week's Arcade Archives release, having re-released Jaleco's hack 'n' slash adventure The Asty...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Watch out for Giant Enemy Crabs in Arcade Archives' Swimmer

If you need cooling off after last week's visit to the Mean Streets, then you'll be happy to here that Hamster is dialing down the intensity a notch with this week's Arcade Archives release, which sees Tehkan's 1982 release Swimmer make its...

 
 
 
 
 
 
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'90s shmup Cybattler is this week's Arcade Archives entry

Hamster is stepping with style into the 1990s for this week's Arcade Archives release, which sees Jaleco's brilliant but underplayed shmup Cybattler return for one more round on PS4 and Nintendo Switch. Released in arcades in 1993 - long af...

 
 
 
 
 
 
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This week's Arcade Archives obscurity is Cosmo Police Galivan

Hamster is taking us back, way back, for this week's Arcade Archives release. Available now on Nintendo Switch, it's everyone's favorite cyborg officer and the future of law enforcement... you guessed it... Cosmo Police Galivan. Released in...

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Early shmup Markham is this week's Arcade Archives release

This week's Arcade Archives entry sees Hamster return to the dawning age of the shmup genre, as Sun Electronics' formative stellar shooter Markham returns on Nintendo Switch. Released in arcades way back in 1983, Markham is a very basic hor...

 
 




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