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Namcot Collection Revives Classic Famicom Games on Nintendo Switch

During the Japanese Nintendo Direct mini, Bandai Namco introduced that they’re releasing Namcot Collection in June 2020 for Nintendo Switch.

“Namcot” is the model identify that Namco used when growing dwelling console video games early on, when their major market was nonetheless in creating arcade titles. Early video games on the Famicom have been ports of arcade titles, and a few of the video games which can be included on Namcot Collection embrace Youkai DouchuukiWagan Land, Family Jockey, and Star Luster are seen in the course of the quick video section.

Additionally, Mendel Palace (identified in Japan as Quinty) can also be getting ported for the primary time to new {hardware}. For those that don’t know, Mendel Palace was the first game developed by Satoshi Tajiri’s then-fledgling firm Game Freak, who would later create Pokemon.

Here are different video games which were observed and are probably included:

  • Galaga
  • Tower of Druaga
  • Splatterhouse: Wanpaku Graffiti
  • Dragon Spirit

Here’s the Namcot Collection section under:

Namcot Collection releases on Nintendo Switch in June 2020.

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