"Gues whats next"
If the Nintendo Switch is your system of choice for shoot 'em up games, you'll be glad to hear another retro one is making a comeback. Johnny Turbo - one of gaming's worst mascots - and now the face of Flying Tiger Entertainment's classic line recently hopped on Twitter to tease another old school Data East title coming to the...
At the end of September, a listing on Nintendo’s website popped up, revealing the all-new team battle game Johnny Turbo’s Arcade: Heavy Burger would be arriving on the Switch eShop in early October. The originally scheduled date for the game’s launch has since passed and there’s no sign of Johnny’s latest title. Flying...
Features iconic Data East games
Flying Tiger Entertainment is trying out something different next week with the Switch eShop release of Johnny Turbo's Arcade: Heavy Burger on 4th October. Instead of another port, this is apparently a new game making use of Data East IP. As described on the American Nintendo website, Heavy Burger is a team battle...
Prepare for scares
The Johnny Turbo line of games by Flying Tiger continues to expand courtesy of Data East's classic library of games. According to a post on the official Twitter account, the 1993 arcade beat 'em up Night Slashers is making its way across to the Switch in the near future: This title is often compared to Capcom's Final Fight...
It looks like yet another Data East arcade classic will be making its way across to the Switch eShop. Arriving on 2nd August, Flying Tiger Entertainment is releasing Shoot Out - a shooting gallery-style game originally released in 1985. It will be part of Johnny Turbo’s Arcade line and will set you back a total of $7.99...
Joe & Mac are back!
The fifth serving of Johnny Turbo's arcade ports is already on the horizon and this one will bring back a couple of very familiar faces to Nintendo owners. The 1991 Data East Caveman Ninja classic marks the debut of the whole Joe & Mac series with this well-received title making its way to pretty much every home format at the...
"Let's go out for a burger..."
The fourth serving of Johnny Turbo Data East classics will be released today in North America (next week in Europe) and it's strangely related with President Ronnie's favourite take-out food. Johnny Turbo's Arcade: Super Burger Time was the first proper sequel to the classic 1982 original, and along with a welcome...
"Shaken, not stirred"
Johnny Turbo's Arcade returns next week with another beloved Data East classic up for grabs on the Nintendo Switch eShop. Johnny Turbo's Arcade: Sly Spy drops into service on 3rd May (priced $6.99 in the US), bringing along nine levels of playful variety that wooed arcade goers and those who were lucky enough to pick up Ocean's...
'Gate of Doom' and 'Bad Duves vs. DragonNinja' European debut
We heard you, lovely European NL readers and so we reached out to Flying Tiger Entertainment inquiring if we would ever see Johnny Turbo's Arcade slice of Data East retro gaming heaven on European shores. The answer was the best one possible: Both Gates of Doom and Bad Dudes vs...
Are you a bad enough dude to rescue President Ronnie?
On March 21st we will be turning the clocks back to 1988, baby. The Data East classic Bad Dudes Vs. DragonNinja is hitting the Switch eShop thirty years after it thrilled arcade goers and entertained countless others via a series of ports. Blade and Striker must fight the army of the...
Isometric RPG-light dungeon crawler on the go
Retro gaming fans rejoice, because next week will see Flying Tiger Entertainment joining Namco, Hamster and Zerodiv in the exclusive club of publishers bringing arcade game content to Nintendo's hybrid system. Gate of Doom (know as Dark Seal outside the United states) was released back in 1990 and along...
It's Turbo time!
Flying Tiger Entertainment has announced that it is bringing some of Data East's most beloved arcade titles to the Switch. Over 20 titles are coming to Switch, PS4, Xbox One and Steam, with the only confirmed game so far being the 1990 fantasy action release Gate of Doom (also known as Dark Seal). Games are expected to sell...
Check out the WiiWare version of the iPhone classic.
Our good friend Luc Bernard was nice enough to send over a batch of brand new Mecho Wars WiiWare screenshots for everyone to peruse in the screenshot gallery. Luc has informed us that development on the game is completed, but no release date has been set currently. There's also a WiiWare version soundtrack available for download for $9.99 for..
Luc Bernard thanks the fans for being so patient
Since the announcement of the turn-based strategy game's impending release on the WiiWare and DSiWare services, it's become clear that Mecho Wars is definitely a title to look forward to. Since its development started last Summer at Flying Tiger Entertainment, the game seems to have shaped up pretty nicely and a WiiWare release date is just over the..
Luc Bernard's latest project meets with Nintendo's approval
In case you didn't know, Luc Bernard's fantasy-themed turn-based strategy title Mecho Wars has just been released on the iPhone and has been getting some generally positive reviews. Bernard himself has previously stated - albeit under the influence of alcohol - that he'd like to bring the game to either WiiWare or DSiWare and now he's..