SNK 40th Anniversary Collection Launches on Xbox One

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Digital Eclipse and publisher Other Ocean have launched the SNK 40th Anniversary Collection on the Xbox One today, allowing Xbox owners to return to a bygone era. According to the press release, this collection of old SNK arcade and console titles is 4K-ready. It should be noted that it is available only as a digital download in the Microsoft Store on the Xbox One.

The SNK 40th Anniversary Collection contains 25 titles from another time long gone. However, it includes both arcade and console versions for many of them. The remastered games in this collection include 24 titles. Among them are the following retro games:

  • Alpha Mission
  • Athena
  • Beast Busters
  • Bermuda Triangle
  • Chopper I
  • Crystalis
  • Fantasy
  • Guerilla War
  • Ikari Warriors
  • Ikari Warriors II: Victory Road
  • Ikari Warriors III: The Rescue
  • Munch Mobile
  • P.O.W.
  • Prehistoric Isle
  • Psycho Soldier
  • S.A.R.
  • Street Smart
  • Time Soldiers
  • Vanguard
  • World Wars


For the Xbox version of the SNK 40th Anniversary Collection, they have also added one more title that is exclusive to the Xbox version of the SNK collection. That game is Baseball Stars. This new exclusive title in the Xbox version may annoy some fans who already own the collection on a different console, but it is what it is. This retro games collection is rated “T for Teen”, and has a price tag of $39.99. You can find out more at the official website.

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