Disney Interactive and Lucasfilm Games are bringing back two more classic LucasArts games from the grave. Zombies Ate My Neighbours and its less popular sequel, Ghoul Patrol are coming to Nintendo Switch on June 29th 2021. Now you can take on the roles of Zeke and Julie as they fight off against bizarre supernatural enemies to save their neighbourhood in two games with over 70 levels of beast smashing goodness
For those who don’t know, the original Zombies Ate My Neighbors was a run and gun video game developed by LucasArts and published by Konami for the Super NES and Sega Mega Drive/Genesis consoles way back in 1993. Seeing such a classic title return for modern gamers to enjoy is always a great things and we’re definitely keeping an eye on this title.
New to the Switch version of the game will be:
A modern save system to save where you please in either game.
A museum feature in which you can view various production art while also listening to one of the games original developers.
The soundtrack for your listening pleasure.
Two player local co-op.
And Achievements who those who like to chase that sort of thing.
Zombies At My Neighbours and its sequel Ghoul Patrol will also be available to purchase for PS, Xbox and PC.