Because the dead never rest, Lucasfilm Games and developer Dotemu have teamed up to bring enhanced versions of 1993 16-bit classic Zombies Ate My Neighbours and its less-beloved sequel to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC on June 29.
These new versions of Zombies Ate My Neighbours and 1995 follow-up Ghoul Patrol take the two tales of Zeke and Julie saving their town from evil creatures, tacks on a modern save system, and bundles them together with museum features including game developer interviews, art collections, and a soundtrack browser. All that, plus trophies/achievements and the ability to play local co-op, just like the originals.
The bundled games will be available for PS4, Xbox One, Switch, Steam, and GoG for about $20. Limited Run Games will also be offering a physical version of the games for select modern and legacy platforms, for those of you who enjoy tangible things.