A while back I wrote about game developers who are recoding terrible 8-bit versions of arcade games, to take full advantage of the era's home computer technology. Given that the games and hardware are decades old, it's a particularly melancholic form of nostalgia, wrapped up in youthful disappointment and adult mastery of obsolete platforms. But, by Eris, look at the final cut of Amstrad CPC R•Type, above.
Here's what was commercially released on the platform, rushed to market by the publishers:
These are running on the same hardware. 1980s childhood: fixed it for you! You'll need an emulator to play it.
Amstrad CPC R•Type [Download page]