Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World is a faithful, gorgeous remake of a delightful, if flawed, classic from the Mega Drive days.
Famicom Detective Club brings two truly remarkable detective adventures from Nintendo’s history back to life in an impressive way.
Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World has a May 28 release date for PlayStation 4 and Switch, with the Steam version to follow in June.
The original Shantae finds a natural home on Switch, R-Type Final 2 resurrects a classic shmup, and Kingdom of Arcadia is fun, if forgettable.
After being cancelled just before release almost 30 years ago, Clockwork Aquario is finally coming out, and there’s a new trailer to prove it.
With hidden gems like Progear in the mix, Capcom Arcade Stadium is much more than just another repackage of the same old games.
Turrican Flashback brings four classic action games to Switch, flawlessly emulated, but lacking some bells, whistles, and Super Turrican 2.
The old-school influence on Habroxia 2 is clear, but it plenty of fresh ideas and modern twists prevent it from being stuck in the past.
Turrican Flashback launches January 29 for Switch and PS4, bringing four classics together into one package with some useful new features.
Kowloon Highschool Chronicle comes to Switch on February 4, marking the English debut of a cult favourite PS2 dungeon crawler from Atlus.