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Midway Arcade Treasures 2 line-up

Midway continues to mine its back catalogue, with 21 titles - including some relatively recent efforts like the first three Mortal Kombat titles - set to appear in another budget compilation later this year.

Midway has confirmed the line-up for its next batch of Arcade Treasures, including a number of relatively recent titles like Mortal Kombat 1-3 and Primal Rage, ahead of the package's launch in autumn this year.

According to the publisher, 21 titles will make it into the second instalment, some will feature four-player support, and the Xbox version will be able to upload high scores to a world rankings list via Xbox Live. Midway Arcade Treasures 2 will also appear on PS2 and reportedly GameCube, despite the previous version only appearing on PS2 and Xbox.

You can see the 21 titles listed below, and some of them - most notably the three Mortal Kombat titles - are decidedly recent compared to the largely 80s-flavoured original release, which we took rather a liking to when we got our hands on it recently. In spite of this, Midway still aims to launch the package at a budget $19.99 price point in the States, so we can hopefully look forward to another £15 price point in the UK and Europe later in the year.

  • A.P.B.
  • Arch Rivals
  • Championship Sprint
  • Cyberball 2072
  • Gauntlet 2
  • Hard Drivin'
  • Mortal Kombat
  • Mortal Kombat II
  • Mortal Kombat III
  • NARC
  • Pit Fighter
  • Primal Rage
  • Rampage World Tour
  • SpyHunter 2
  • Steel Talons
  • STUN Runner
  • Timber
  • Total Carnage
  • Wizard of Wor
  • Xenophobe
  • Xybots

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