Night Slashers is a perfect capsule of arcade gaming in the 90s: bloody, nonsensical, downright confusing, but so incredibly entertaining alone or with friends.
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Nitro Ball: because pinball is cool and all, but it really needs guns, parodies and tons of cash and prizes spewing from dead bodies. And it really does!
Collectors and retro enthusiasts will find enjoyment and excitement within, and even less enthused players will cop some fun from the wacky scenarios and expectations.
Express Raider is certainly a trip back through time, remembering games that had little other purpose than to entertain while stealing your quarters. Still, it's certainly worth a look for the arcade afficianados.
While Crude is certainly debatable, this throwback title is certainly effective in reminding us the highs and lows of what was arcade gaming in the 90s.
Wizard Fire picks up the Gate of Doom legacy on the Switch, bringing more isometric combat, more action masquerading as RPG, and more co-op joy with the added bonus of turning into a thundercloud.
The boys are back in town! Joe and Mac make a triumphant return to the Switch in their original arcade glory, complete with short levels, questionable motives and genuinely fun co-op experiences.
Johnny Turbo brings Super Burger Time to the masses on the Switch, reminding us that the arcades sometimes had the best versions of the home console games we enjoyed.
Are you a bad enough dude to actually play this arcade classic and not just repeat the memorable line over and over? Johnny Turbo delivers the best Bad Dude experience the Switch could ever ask for.