Surprise! A pack containing the 8-bit (NES) and 16-bit (Mega Drive) versions of the 1990 adventure The immortal launched today on Xbox One, PS4, and Switch.
This isometric adventure – set in a dungeon filled with traps – has a cult, renowned for its death animations that feature bloody beheadings. It was a good few years before Mortal Kombat.
It’ll set you back Â£ 6.69 on Xbox One, Â£ 6.49 on PS4, and Â£ 6.99 on Switch.
The package is named after QUByte Classics – The Immortal by PIKO, revealing that publisher QUByte has struck a deal with PIKO licensees to re-release a range of retro classics.
PIKO – a name that will be familiar to Evercade owners – owns the rights to over 100 retro games like Ocean, Infogrames, Accolade, Krisalis and Gremlin Graphics.
Some of the biggest games in their catalog include Glover, 40 Winks, Soccer Kid, Switchblade, and Radical Rex.
It doesn’t look like we’ll be seeing any soon, however. Upcoming games in the QUByte Classics line will include the NeoGeo brawler Rage of the Dragons, a compilation of Circuit breakers and Revenge of the Breakers (also NeoGeo), a remaster of the isometric puzzle platformer Crazy in Love, and a compilation of three Lemmings-alike games Humans – including the Game Boy version.
Take a look at the trailers below:
Rage of the Dragons
Collection of circuit breakers
Crazy in Love