Source www.polygon.com The two Lost Viking games and two racing titles are joined by Blackthorne, a 1994 SNES platformer whose cover/cartridge art was drawn by, of all people, DC Comics publisher Jim Lee.
Tuesday’s patch also delivers a Design Documents Gallery to Blizzard Arcade Collection’s Museum mode. A news release from Blizzard said the gallery charts the five games’ progress from concept to completion. Grid View
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And, interestingly, Blizzard is also adding a “Streamer Mode” to Rock N Roll Racing that gets around the Twitch hall monitors for music rights. It allows streamers to play MIDI versions of the game’s six-song soundtrack (Black Sabbath’s “Paranoid,” while Loudmouth Larry screamed “Holy Toledo!” during a wipeout, was always a high point of the action.) RPM Racing, which launched for Super Nintendo in 1991, was the predecessor to Rock N Roll Racing. Blizzard made Lost Vikings 2: Norse by Norse West for SNES in 1997. Fun fact: Obsidian Entertainment chief executive Feargus Urquhart, then at Interplay Productions, was a producer on that game (Interplay published it).
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