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Selection of Taito’s best to be featured on AtGames’ Legends platform

A collection of 47 Taito classics have joined AtGames’ Legends Arcade Family of Products. Operation Wolf, Rastan and more are all available.

Growing platform

AtGames has been a name in the retro gaming scene for a while now, but the company’s best product might be their latest. The Legends Arcade Family of Products is an impressive lineup, and one that provides flexibility as well.

With the addition of Taito, a classic arcade company, the list of included titles just got a lot bigger too. The catalog is now up to 300, and includes a heaping helping of titles that pretty much any gamer is going to be familiar with.

Here’s what’s in the mix now (it’s a big list):

  • Alpine Ski
  • Battle Shark
  • Ben Bero Beh
  • Bonze Adventure
  • Bubble Bobble
  • Cadash
  • Cameltry
  • Chack ‘n Pop
  • Colony 7
  • Crazy Balloon
  • Don Doko Don
  • Elevator Action
  • Elevator Action Returns
  • Football Champ
  • Front Line
  • Growl
  • Gun & Frontier
  • Halley’s Comet
  • KiKi KaiKai
  • Kram
  • Kuri Kinton
  • Liquid Kids
  • Lunar Rescue
  • Metal Black
  • Nastar Warrior
  • Operation Thunderbolt
  • Operation Wolf
  • Pirate Pete
  • Plotting
  • Plump Pop
  • Qix
  • Raimais
  • Rastan
  • Space Gun
  • Space Invaders
  • Space Invaders DX
  • Syvalion
  • The Electric Yo-Yo
  • The Fairyland Story
  • The Legend of Kage
  • The New Zealand Story
  • The Ninja Kids
  • Thunder Fox
  • Violence Fight
  • Volfied
  • Wild Western
  • Zoo Keeper

AtGames says that the title above can be played in their original aspect ratios, and with “authentic arcade controls”. And for those who might be wondering how they’re going to play light gun games like Operation Wolf, have no fear. AtGames says that the trackball is functional with those titles, and that there are compatible light gun controllers as well (AimTrak or AtGames BitBlaster).

Lots to dig with this announcement if you’re an old school fan. You can check out the full skinny on the above right here on AtGames site.

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Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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