Taito Milestones 10-in-1 retro collection coming to Nintendo Switch

Taito Milestones

Relive ten of Taito’s classic games in the palm of your hands as part of Taito Milestones.

Inin Games, in collaboration with the famed Japanese developer Taito, announced today the release of a new exclusive collection of video games for the Nintendo Switch. Taito Milestones is a one-of-a-kind compilation that comprises ten of the Japanese developer’s most illustrious titles in a single bundle.

Taito is a Japanese developer that was founded in the 1980s and is currently owned by Square Enix. This Japanese company created a worldwide hit with its arcade classic, Space Invaders, and also created fan-favorite titles like Puzzle Bobble and Arkanoid (a new version is coming next year). Today, Taito continues to excite retro game enthusiasts with a new collection

Experience Taito classics on Nintendo’s handheld

The games that laid the way for Taito’s arcade domination in the decades that followed were landmarks in the company’s history. This collection contains something for everyone who likes retro gaming, including sports games, shooters, puzzle games, platformers, and more. These games will be accessible as a compilation for the first time on a contemporary system, the Nintendo Switch.

Taito Milestones

The following are nine of the titles that will be available in this new Taito collection:

  • QIX
  • Alpine Ski
  • Front Line
  • Wild Western
  • Chack’n Pop
  • Elevator Action
  • The Fairyland Story
  • Halley’s Comet
  • The Ninja Warriors

The tenth title that will be part of this collection of Taito classics will be revealed by the Japanese developer and Inin Games at a later date.

Taito Milestones will be coming to Nintendo Switch next year. Starting November 25, players can pre-order the Limited and Collector’s Edition of the collection through the Strictly Limited Games store.

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