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Mario Bros. and More Nintendo-Brand Arcade Archives Games on Sale on Switch

"Hamster's Arcade Archives series offers no-frills versions of numerous classic arcade titles. On Switch, the lineup even includes several arcade games from Nintendo! The Arcade Archives Nintendo titles never go on sale, which makes the current sale super exciting. Co-op classics like Mario Bros. and Ice Climber and non-co-op games like Donkey Kong and Punch-Out! are currently on sale for 30 percent off, making it a great time to load up on Nintendo classics for Switch," says Co-Optimus.

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Can Sonic Still Compete With Mario With ‘Superstars’ Releasing Close To ‘Wonder’?

Shaz from GL writes: “Though things haven’t looked the best for the ‘Blue Blur’ in recent years, here’s hoping ‘Sonic Superstars’ can keep up with ‘Mario Wonder’.”

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ThatArtGuy340d ago

If you like both, just buy both. Problem solved..

Profchaos340d ago

Yes most people will just buy both it's not 1992 anymore.
Retro fans will buy both, families will probably end up with both eventually fans of specifically those two out of nostalgia have careers and enough income to buy both

I don't see a problem

ken2813340d ago

Hhhhhhhhheeeeeeeelllllllllllll llllllllllll No!

Asplundh339d ago

Hardly competing. It's releasing on PS4, PS5, Xbox Series and Xbox One, Wonder isn't.

cammers1995339d ago

Yet wonder will outsell any sonic even if sonic is multi platform

Asplundh339d ago (Edited 339d ago )

Absolutely, but it certainly won't be because the 2 games released around the same time. Mario is more popular and typically the games are better.

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"It's Like A Dream" - Hamster President Satoshi Hamada On The Success Of Arcade Archives

An interview with Satoshi Hamada, President of Hamster Corporation, to discuss where Arcade Archives for the Switch has been, and where it's headed in the future.

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ACA NeoGeo / Arcade Archives sale up on the Switch eShop

Puzzle Bobble and a selection of Arcade Archives games are on sale now on the Switch eShop from Hamster.

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