The Samurai Collection brings two classic beats for a change this week
Around this time last year, we heard about the formation of QUByte Classics – a partnership between QUByte Publishers and Piko Interactive – and then we saw a bunch of antique 8- and 16-bit titles. dictionary is returned to the Switch (Human, Tinhead, Jim Power: The Lost Dimension, among others). Well, someone else will join the rare collection discussed this week, like Samurai Collection (QUByte Classics) go to On November 3, 2022.
Collection of two beats ’em up from the 1990s: First Samurai and Second SamurWho. Originally released in 1991 for the Amiga and Atari ST, the first of these titles was later ported to the SNES, while the 1993 sequel was only available to the Amiga and the SEGA Mega Drive.
As seen in the trailer above, The Samurai Collection brings back some old-school background as you’ll have to fight your way through a host of enemies accompanied by some old-school tunes. than.
For more information (albeit very small quantities) and some other displays of what the collection has in store, check out the following details from QUByte Interactive:
Experience the pinnacle of martial mayhem as Samurai confronts the Demon King in an all-out action-adventure game. Explore massive levels, secret areas and defeat your enemies! Combine beat’em up combat with evil and puzzling platform bosses, Samurai Collection is a monster of a game!
And never forget the Rule of the Samurai: Live by the sword, die by the sword!
– Beautiful Pixel Graphics
– Incredible levels and Boss fights
– Prehistoric and futuristic settings
Samurai Collection will release on Switch eShop on November 3 for a relatively small price £8.99 / 9.99 €. While the game could potentially add to the pile of other underrated titles the studio has brought to the Switch, that doesn’t mean you’ll have to part with too much money if you’re curious. family.
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