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ⓘ Arcade Archives is a series of emulated arcade games from the 1980s and 1990s for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows, and Nintendo Switch, published by ..




Arcade Archives
                                     

ⓘ Arcade Archives

Arcade Archives is a series of emulated arcade games from the 1980s and 1990s for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows, and Nintendo Switch, published by Hamster Corporation. A sub-series called ACA Neo Geo is focused on rereleasing Neo Geo titles in their original arcade format, unlike many services with attempts to emulate the console versions.

Arcade Archives was first released for the PlayStation 4 in May 2014. It also supports various system specific features. Players can share screenshots and videos, and compete with others scores for online ranking. The Xbox One version of the service launched in February 2017 for the Xbox Games Store, and only includes Neo Geo games. The Nintendo Switch version of the service launched on the Nintendo eShop in March 2017, initially focusing on Neo Geo games before the addition of other arcade games, including Nintendos own games. The Windows 10 version of the service launched in December 2017 for the Microsoft Store, and like the Xbox One version, it also only includes Neo Geo games.

                                     

1. Embedded compilations

These are Arcade game compilations that use the core emulators used on the Arcade Archives series, generally going under the Powered by Arcade Archives remark.

                                     

2. Release schedule

Currently 8 games on the Arcade Archives list have been announced for an upcoming release below. New releases if any are announced on Hamsters official Twitter page on the Wednesday before their scheduled releases on the following Thursday Friday in the case of Nintendos games. Once a release date for a title has been announced, it will be moved to the Games list. Titles announced but not released within two years in advance will be removed from this list.

                                     
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