Hamster has revealed that both Arcade Archives NeoGeo Rygar and ACA NeoGeo Aggressors of Dark Kombat are heading to Nintendo Switch tomorrow.

In case you're unfamiliar with either of these games, we've included some background info and a handful of lovely images for both below. Check them out!


Created by Tecmo, Rygar was originally released in Japanese arcades in 1986 under the name of 'Warrior of Argus'. The game is a scrolling platform title where the player assumes the role as the 'Legendary Warrior', and the arcade version of the game has actually made its way to the Wii's Virtual Console in the past. The “Diskarmor” - a shield that has a long chain attached to it - serves as the main feature of Rygar's gameplay, which must be used to stop the evil being Ligar who has taken over the land of Argool.

Aggressors of Dark Kombat

Known in Japan as Tsuukai GANGAN Koushinkyoku, Aggressors of Dark Kombat is fighting game originally released by SNK in 1994. Players can choose from one of eight characters, taking part in intense one-on-one battles against their opposition.

The game allows fighters to move not only left and right, but also towards and away from the screen, adding another dimension to the classic 2D fighting formula. Grappling and grabbing opponents is also a focus of the gameplay, with opponents being able to counter grabs and break free when necessary.

Arcade Archives NeoGeo Rygar and ACA NeoGeo Aggressors of Dark Kombat will be available on Switch tomorrow, 13th September. Each title will set you back $7.99 / €6.99 / £6.29.

Will you be giving any of these a go tomorrow?