Retro Neo Geo Games Beat Up The PlayStation Network

Retro Neo Geo Games Beat Up The PlayStation Network

Osaka-based game company SNK Playmore, best known for its fighting games, is unleashing a whole slew of titles on the PlayStation Network.

Titles include Fatal Fury, Alpha Mission II, The King of Fighters ’94, Samurai Shodown, Baseball Stars Professional, Magician Road, Metal Slug, League Bowling, Super Sidekicks and Art of Fighting.

Downloads start on December 22 and are available through the “Neo Geo Station” on the PSN. PS3 versions of the games are ¥900, while the PSP versions are ¥700. Many gamers probably already have many of these titles, but for those who do not, well, have a go.

This year marks the 20th anniversary of SNK’s Neo Geo, which was a cartridge-based gaming system for arcades and home consoles.

Update: Neo Geo games are headed to the US PSN on December 21. The PS3 versions cost $US8.99, while the PSP ones cost $US6.99.


  • I think you meant to write “SNK Playmore are shitting out a slew of titles on PSN.”

    All the company can do these days is re-release games. All their new games are garbage.

  • wheres the shmups????? eg. Pulstar, Viewpoint, Blazing Star etc etc Theres plenty of great neo shmups and they havent bothered with any of them in years.

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