Cobra Kai: The Karate Kid Saga Continues Videogame Coming in October

Have you watched Cobra Kai [FIRST LOOK] on Netflix yet?

If you like the original Karate Kid movie, it’s about as good as you can get without Mr. Miyagi (Pat Morita) in the cast. I mean, Johnny Lawrence and Daniel Larusso 34 years later still having a grudge? We’ve now seen the first two seasons and, yes, we definitely recommend binging this ASAP.

Video games based on movies and TV shows are usually garbage, but this one looks like and old school 2D brawler and seems to be following the TV show first two seasons pretty closely from the trailer below.

Titled ‘Cobra Kai: The Karate Kid Saga Continues’, the game is a side-scrolling brawler based on the show (which launched on Netflix recently, having previously been available on YouTube), featuring RPG-style progression, 2-player co-op, and a cast of characters from the excellent Cobra Kai TV series.

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Check out the trailer:

I don’t play many videogames, but I’ve always like 2D fighters like the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles arcade game was a 4-player 2D fighter and I plunked more than a few quarters into that.

The company Arcade 1UP has been making some awesome 3/4 size arcade cabinets and selling through retailers like Best Buy and Amazon for $450. Some come with special game stools for another $80. There are included risers that make it full size as well. Assembly is required but it sounds like it’s not too intense, taking a couple hours to put together.

The TMNT cabinet looks just like the arcade. You can quickly find these for purchase by searching for Arcade1UP at BestBuy.com, Amazon and other retailers.

Cobra Kai: The Karate Kid Saga Continues will be available for PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch on October 27, 2020.

Star Wars Pinball for Nintendo Switch

Star Wars Pinball on the Nintendo Switch ($29.99 as of 10/3/2019)

When it comes to games, pinball is our favorite together. Whenever we go to the arcade we usually play pinball. As far as video pinball goes, Zen Studios makes some of the most entertaining pinball games. We’ve played across multiple platforms, but I was delighted to learn recently that the Star Wars pinball games have become available to play on the Nintendo Switch. For whatever, reason they were part of the Pinball FX2 tables offered.

There are 19 different Star Wars themed pinball tables to choose from as well as the option to choose from playing the Light or Dark side (most seem to choose the Light side):

Which side would you choose: Light or Dark?

The tables look great and are fun to play. Tons of easy lanes to hit through and some challenging spots to reach and trigger many, many bonus rounds.

Return of the Jedi themed table. Ewoks!!!

One bonus game is like Galaga.

Watch out for for asteroids, shoot the enemy TIE fighters

And then there are more tables …

Go get ’em, Darth Vader!

This game is going to provide many hours of fun when not watching movies! Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker hits theaters December 20, 2019