Source: Joystiq

Konami have revealed a trailer for the upcoming Konami Classic Series: Arcade hits for the Nintendo DS, which will contain, amongst others, the following arcade classics:

This list is more complete than the one we posted when we initially reported about this nice Konami classics compilation. You can watch the Konami Classic Series trailer on Gamevideos.

Relevant link: Konami Classic Series: Arcade hits for Nintendo DS - Trailer

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By Samor

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06-02-2007, 09:28

green beret = rush 'n attack,
so why is it listed twice? Wink

By hap

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06-02-2007, 16:16

15 games in that trailer, in order of appearance: TwinBee, Yie Ar Kung-Fu, Scramble, Super Basketball, Gradius, Circus Charlie, Road Fighter, Tutankham, Time Pilot, Track & Field, Rush 'n Attack, Pooyan, Kicker, Roc 'n Rope, Contra.

By Samor

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06-02-2007, 17:53


"Contra, Gradius, Time Pilot, Scramble, Rush'N Attack, Horror Maze, Pooyan, Roc'N Rope, Track & Field, Circus Charlie, Basketball, Road Fighter, Yie Ar Kung Fu, Rainbow Bell, and Shao-lin's Road. Purists may notice that some of the titles have been altered from the arcade titles, namely Basketball, which loses its "Super" prefix; Rainbow Bell, which is the game formerly known as Twin Bee; and Horror Maze, which originally scared the masses as Tutankham. Shao-lin's Road is the one oddball of the bunch because it was also known as Kicker in some circles."


By snout

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08-02-2007, 15:06


By poke-1,170

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09-02-2007, 23:50

was circus charlie ever some arcade game then ?

and released outside the msx also ?

By hap

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10-02-2007, 00:05

yes and yes, deja vu Tongue

By poke-1,170 on October 27 2006, 02:47
was circus charly msx only ?
By chaos on October 27 2006, 08:48
There's a Circus Charlie on NES too..

By Thom

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10-04-2007, 10:48

Played this one in Japan. Although Track & Field and Roadfighter are still big fun to play, these are the coin-up versions and Roadfighter-MSX is much better. The real downside for me is the DS's vertical resolution, which isn't good enough to display the coin-up versions properly. Every 8th (?) line of each pattern is skipped. An artefact one will definitely notice in on screen texts.

I didn't buy the package.