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Blizzard Arcade Collection Announced and Released at BlizzConline

Blizzard Arcade Collection

Blizzard Arcade Collection Announced and Released at BlizzConline

Blizzard is currently hosting BlizzConline and Blizzard Arcade Collection has just been announced including three classic games.

Blizzard is currently hosting BlizzConline and Blizzard Arcade Collection has just been announced.

As the name implies, the collection brings three classic games from Blizzard’s history, The Lost Vikings, Rock n’ Roll Racing, and BlackThorne.

The three games include a few quality of life improvements, including saving and loading.

You won’t have to wait long for the Collection, as it releases today for PC (via, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

Anyone who purchase any Blizzard digital anniversary bundle will get the Blizzard Arcade Collection for Free.

You can check out the announcement trailer below.

Below you can read a description for all three games, in case you’re not familiar with them.

In The Lost Vikings, players assume the roles of Erik the Swift, Olaf the Stout, and Baelog the Fierce, three intrepid Vikings who must use their abilities cooperatively to solve hundreds of puzzles, defeat their enemies, and navigate a treacherous voyage back home. The Definitive Edition of The Lost Vikings brings together the best aspects of the different original console versions of the game, combining the superior audio and visual experience of the first release with the extra stages and cutscenes, and support for up to three players in local co-op, that were added in a subsequent version.

Featuring a series of booby-trapped racetracks and an epic rock-and-metal soundtrack, Rock N Roll Racing puts players behind the wheel in an over-the-top demolition-racing experience. Players choose from a selection of drivers with different talents and take their pick from a set of customizable cars—each equipped with an upgradeable arsenal designed to help them outmaneuver, and literally destroy, the competition. The Definitive Edition adds environmental effects, such as snow and rain, and lets up to four players, compared to two in the Original Edition, compete in local multiplayer. It also ups the racetrack count to 384 variations, supports 16:9 resolution, and adds actual recordings of songs from the game’s classic soundtrack—as well as new songs and new “Loudmouth Larry” voiceover clips for players to tear up the tracks to.

Blackthorne centers on the story of Kyle “Blackthorne” Vlaros, a lethal commando equipped with brute strength, animal cunning, a mysterious past—and an increasingly powerful shotgun. As the eponymous lead character, players must fight to claim their destiny, dodging and blasting their way through a futuristic 2D alien world overrun by mutant monsters and goblin hordes, in a fierce effort to liberate its people. The Definitive Edition of the game includes an additional area to explore—previously only available in the 32-bit version of Blackthorne—as well as a “fog of war” map that uncovers as players explore each level.

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