Grab your Betamax tapes and boot up your Sega Mega Drives.

If Ready Player One left you craving more of that shameless '80s nostalgia, then Narita Boy is probably right up your alley. With elements of Tron, Star Wars, and various retro consoles sprinkled throughout its pixel art graphics, Narita Boy is bound to tickle that memory gland of yours in all sorts of ways.

After a successful Kickstarter which smashed the initial goal of €120,000 (£106,000ish), Spanish developer Studio Koba failed to meet the Switch port stretch goal, but instead caught the eye of publisher Team17 (Worms, Overcooked), who presumably helped with funding.

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February 03, 2021 at 06:30AM
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