SNK Releases Two NEOGEO Pocket Color Classics on Switch

Saturday, August 8th, 2020

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SNK has added a couple of NEOGEO Pocket color classics to their Nintendo Switch line up. KING OF FIGHTERS R-2 and SAMURAI SHODOWN! 2 each of these classics feature a ton of fighters, modes and goodies to keep you pummeling your opponents on the go for many hours. The games are priced at a mere $7.99 each. This is a great value if they have anywhere near the quality SNK Gals’ Fighter had.


■ 23 fighters in total, including hidden characters! Of course, the game is also in color, bringing these characters into sharper, more vivid definition!
■ Edit a fighter in Making Mode for an extra spin on the game! *Not available during DC data transfer
■ Take on a friend in either Tabletop Mode or Handheld Mode. Find out who is worthy of the KOF throne!


■ Each character has two playstyles (slash and burst), so pick which one you feel comfortable with!
■ Completing certain requirements nets you special cards that can power up your characters!
■ Find out who has the true Samurai Spirit by taking on a friend in either Tabletop Mode or Handheld Mode!
*Though this game is now individually priced, it was originally released as a free pre-order bonus for SAMURAI SHODOWN on the Nintendo Switch. Be sure to check if you already have the game before purchasing.

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