Capcom Fighting Collection is a must for historians and fighters alike, with vital pieces of Capcom history (Red Earth!) and good online play.
The New Challengers puts an esports twist the heart, humour, and charming characters that made the first Arcade Spirits great.
Beautiful pixel art and slick action pay homage to Neo Geo classics, though a miserly continue system creates undue frustration in Ganryu 2.
Slipstream brings Out Run-style arcade racing to Switch, and while it absolutely nails the aesthetic, archaic design decisions hold it back.
Taito Milestones collects ten important pieces of Taito history, but a barebones package does nothing to contextualise their significance.
Thirty years on from the original game, Andro Dunos II captures the unique feel and timeless appeal of NeoGeo shmups beautifully.
The long-speculated Street Fighter 6 isn’t exactly a surprise, but a new anthology with the first-ever port of Red Earth sure is!
Castle of Shikigami 2 brings another classic early-2000s shmup to Steam, with a new, more coherent translation and some fun new modes.
The Taito Egret II mini, announced for Japan earlier this year and already hard to find, is getting an official western release in 2022.
Thirty years after getting canned just before it was due for release, colourful arcade platformer Clockwork Aquario finally gets to shine.