IREM Collection Coming to Modern Consoles

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The IREM collections will come to PS4/5, Nintendo Switch and Xbox. The collections will release on Xbox digitally, with the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4|5 releasing both digitally and physically.

ININ Games, Tozai Games and IREM have joined forces to launch a powerful, unsurpassed new collaboration, including the first IREM Collection consisting of five volumes of games, some of which have never been released in the West before.

The first IREM volume will contain Image Fight, Image Fight II, and X Multiply on PS4/5, Nintendo Switch and Xbox.

  • Image Fight: Relive the golden age of shoot-em-up arcade games as you play a pilot fighting against an alien invasion. This collection also contains Image Fight in its 1990 PC Engine version (previously only available in Japan), and the 1990 NES version (sold in Japan and North America).
  • Image Fight II: Dive deeper into the narrative with new enemies, improved graphics and gameplay.
  • X Multiply: Explore a new biological world with unique gameplay mechanics – such as tentacles that can be used as weapons or a shield.

Check out Strictly Limited Games for the physical releases.

Shoot’em ups are one of my favorite genres. Just recently, I covered Hyper-5 and have a designated SHMUP playlist on my YouTube channel.

Shoot’em Up Playlist

I actually considered buying all three of these games on Arcade Archives. I am glad I waited now.

Will you buy the IREM collections? If so, what console will you buy them on and will it be physically or digitally?


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