Unholy Night: The Darkness Hunter Comes to… SNES?!?!

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Unholy Night

Unholy Night: The Darkness Hunter is a new one-on-one fighting game being developed by ex-SNK staff for the Super Nintendo. You read that right. The SNES. It’s not a SNES, retro inspired fighting game coming to Steam, or PlayStation 4, or any other modern platform, it is ACTUALLY coming out as a cartridge for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.

Information is pretty sparse, but it seems to be developed by a company made up of former SNK developers, who worked on classic titles like Samurai Showdown and The King of Fighters, by the name of Foxbat, and it can be pre-ordered on Amazon. Unholy Night will feature four pretty standard fighting game modes: Story, versus, survival, and practice, and supports up to two players. You can checkout some camcorder footage of a prototype build and some screenshots below:

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Unholy Night: The Darkness Hunter will be released June 19 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System for $49.99 USD. You can pre-order it now on Amazon.

About Aaron Evangelisti

Aaron is a lifelong video games enthusiast who's been playing since the days of the NES. He enjoys just about all types of games from RPGs, to platformers, to strategy. He also fancies himself a bit of a writer so writing about video games makes sense, right?