Taito Milestones 2 Releases August 31st

If you’re looking to rekindle more of yesteryears arcade nostalgia in the comfort of your home, then look no further than this month’s release of more Taito arcade classics in Taito Milestones 2. Set to release on August 31st for Nintendo Switch, Taito Milestones 2 includes ten arcade classics from 1984 to 1992. This collection includes:

New Zealand Story (1988) – Save your Kiwi friends from a leopard seal in this platforming adventure.

Kiki Kaikai (1986) – Travel back in time to save the gods from Yokai in this precursor to the Rocky & Pocky games.

Darius II – 3 Screen Arcade Version (1989) – Save the solar system from the mysterious Belser in this first port of the 3-screen arcade edition of Darius II.

Taito Milestones 2 Darius II

Gun Frontier (1990) – A Sci-Fi, Western-themed schmup that has you taking on the space pirates, Wild Lizard.

Taito Milestones 2 Gun Frontier

Ben Bero Beh (1984) – Save your girlfriend from an apartment fire as the hero Dami-Chan.

The Legend of Kage (1985) – Take up your shurikens and shortsword to save the princess in Edo Japan.

Liquid Kids (Mizubaku Adventure) (1990) – Protect Woody Lake from the evil of Fire Satan and rescue your friends in this colourful platformer.

Solitary Fighter (1991) – Journey back to the 1950s in this updated version of Violence Fight and fight in underground tournaments to be crowned the strongest.

Journey back to the 1950’s in this updated version of Violence Fight and fight in underground tournaments to be crowned the strongest.

Dinorex (1992) – Take control of dinosaurs in this fighting game that tells the story of the Amazons.

Taito Milestones 2 Dinorex

Metal Black (1991) – Humanity is under threat in this side-scrolling schmup and it’s up to you as a rogue pilot John Ford to stop the invasion.

Taito Milestones 2 Metal Black

Whether it’s a platformer, shoot-em-up, or a side-scrolling beat-em-up that you’re after, Taito Milestones 2 has something for everyone. Whether you’re a novice gamer looking back into gaming history, or a seasoned veteran who fondly remembers these from the “good old” arcade days, Taito Milestones 2 shoud be able to satisfy your needs.

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