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Hamster and Nippon Ichi partner up to bring Arcade Archives to PS4

PSNStores.com: "The Japanese PlayStation Store has a treasure trove of quality retro games from the PlayStation, PlayStation 2, and even non-PlayStation platforms like the TurboGrafx-16, under the Game Archives banner. Channeling that same idea, Hamster Corporation, and Nippon Ichi Software have partnered up to bring a new arcade collection to PlayStation 4 in Japan. The games will support online leaderboards, as well as PS4′s various Share functions. Each of the twenty titles announced will cost 823yen."

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Mankey3602d ago

Why do North America and Europe not get more of these?

There's a fairly sizable audience for Retro games and it costs almost nothing to simply release them on PSN.

sinncross3602d ago

Well they are 2 Japanese companies, maybe they are just doing the standard announce for Japan first.
Also it really depends on who owns the licenses for these games outside of Japan (if that is an issue of course).

I just find it strange these are not headed to the PSV as well, especially with handhelds being more popular in Japan.

Either way its cool. Good thing PS4 is region free if you really want to play these.

Omegasyde3602d ago

Sadly, some of these "retro" games have better graphics than most indies.

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Disgaea Developer Nippon Ichi Software Teases Mysterious New Game Reveal Next Week

The prolific Japanese developer Nippon Ichi Software loves teasing new games with mysterious images, countdowns, and teaser websites, and they're at it again.

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NIS is Turning 30 Dood - Live Streaming Event Incoming

Join us in celebrating the 30th Anniversary of Nippon Ichi Software with a special livestream that focuses on new NIS game announcements, new merch, and plenty of giveaways!

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Nippon Ichi Software President Sohei Niikawa Resigns for Personal Reasons

Today Japanese developer Nippon Ichi Software announced that its president Sohei Niikawa has resigned, and announced his successor.

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DrDoomer559d ago

He's overseen some great stuff. Hopefully they keep their identity.

TheColbertinator559d ago

NIS is company that has survived to this day and I wish to see them continue to persevere.

jznrpg559d ago

It doesn’t seem like a major shakeup , as the man put in the new position has many credits to his name similar to the old president .

jznrpg559d ago

I like this company I hope it grows and creates some more great games and new IPs . Good luck to both of them in their new positions in life thanks for the games Mr Sohei Niikawa