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News: Bandai Namco Lists Four Arcade Titles for Xbox One

Bandai Namco Lists Four Arcade Titles for Xbox One

Here we go again...

Bandai Namco have had a batch of arcade titles rated for release on Xbox One this morning, it has been revealed. European age raters PEGI have provided "3+" ratings for four individual titles listed under the "Arcade Game Series" brand. Arcade Game Series: Dig Dug, Arcade Game Series: Galaga, Arcade Game Series; Ms. Pac-man,...

News: The Buster Bros Are Back: Pang Adventures Brings Arcade Action to Xbox One

The Buster Bros Are Back: Pang Adventures Brings Arcade Action to Xbox One

Buster Bros. Return

French publisher DotEmu - who specialise in modern releases of retro games - have announced that they'll be bringing a classic arcade franchise back to life on Xbox One "soon." Indeed, they're resurrecting Pang, the classic arcade bubble popper that was known as Buster Bros. in the US and Pomping World in Japan. In development...

Wildcard Wednesday: Daytona USA

Daytona USA

Start your engines...

Wildcard Wednesday is where we open up the floor to one of our writers to talk about any game that they have fond memories of, on any platform. From Pole Position on the Atari 2600, through to Journey on the PS3, no game is off the table. This week, Ken straps in to talk about Sega's Daytona USA. Daytona USA (Arcade) There...

Out Today: Phantom Breaker, BIT.TRIP Runner 2

Phantom Breaker, BIT.TRIP Runner 2

Just another retro wednesday.

Xbox Live Arcade release day is one of our favourite times of the week, and this week sees the release of two potential crackers. Available today, we have:- Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds (800 MSP) With a distinctly 8-bit style, Phantom Breaker looks to be a pretty decent proposition. Eight stages of side-scrolling...

News: Kinect-Powered Dance Evolution Arcade Game On the Way

Kinect-Powered Dance Evolution Arcade Game On the Way

Kinect leaves the living room

Next year Kinect will throw off its living room shackles and join the arcade scene, as Konami has announced it's working on an arcade version of Dance Evolution (or DanceMasters) for release in 2012. The game is currently on test at certain locations in Japan, with the sensor tucked away inside the arcade cabinet...