NeoGeo Pocket Color Selection Vol. 1 Available on Switch

Wednesday, March 17th, 2021

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Are you a fan of obscure handhelds? Well, you might be in luck, as just today SNK announced the release of NeoGeo Pocket Color Selection Vol. 1, a collection of classic NeoGeo Pocket Color titles, for the Nintendo Switch.

 

 

The collection includes ten titles:

  • SNK Gals’ Fighters
  • Samurai Shodown!2
  • King of Fighters R-2
  • The Last Blade: Beyond the Destiny
  • Fatal Fury First Contact
  • SNK vs. Capcom: The Match of the Millennium
  • Metal Slug 1st Mission
  • Metal Slug 2nd Mission
  • Dark Arms Beast Buster 1999
  • Big Tournament Golf

The NeoGeo Pocket Color first released in 1999 as a competitor to Nintendo’s Game Boy Color. Although it was not as great of a success as Nintendo’s handheld, it still maintains a dedicated fanbase to this day. And considering the Vol. 1 in the title, I assume we can look forward to another collection in the not so distant future.

You can pick up NeoGeo Pocket Color Selection Vol.1 right now on the eShop for your Nintendo Switch for $39.99 USD.

SOURCE: Press Release

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