Reviews and Problems with SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1
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SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1 PS2 Review
30 May 2010
Excerpt: Founded all the way back in 1978, thanks to games like King of Fighters, Metal Slug and Samurai Shodown, SNK have gained a strong passionate fan base. The company has been through some troublesome times and actually collapsed back in 2001.
Conclusion: 12. Art of Fighting Another quality SNK fighter. 13. King of Fighters ’94 Ditto 14. World Heroes Ditto 15. Neo Turf Masters The second best Gold game on the Neo Geo 16. Super Sidekicks 3 Er…Soccer. Me no like.
Excerpt: SNK Arcade Classics: Vol. 1 includes 16 classic arcade games from the NEO GEO arcade cabinet. The menus even serve as an ode to the red and white striped cabinet, along with a loading screen that corresponds to the unique multi-colored arcade controls.
Excerpt: Did you own a Neo Geo? No? Know anyone who did? Unlikely. There was a time when it was seriously considered to be one of the great consoles. The Neo Geo was released in 1990—the same year as the Super Nintendo Entertainment System—and was a home arcade game machine.
Excerpt: It wouldn’t be fair to start a review of SNK Arcade Classics 1 without giving Magician Lord first mention. You may have never heard of this title, but a fellow HG illuminate has been harping on about this flawed masterpiece for longer than I care to remember.
Summary: SNK has been pumping out a lot of compilation titles lately, and they just won’t stop with their latest addition, SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1 . As the title suggests, these are SNK ’s older video games that have found their way onto the Playstation 2 and Playstation Portable.
Summary: SNK Playmore USA announced SNK Arcade Classics: Vol. 1 for the PS2, PSP and later this year on the Wii, which will include 16 classic titles from the SNK library, such as Fatal Fury, Metal Slug, World Heroes, King Of Fighters and plenty more ...
Excerpt: The PlayStation 2 has seen more than its share of arcade compilations, some good and some not. Now SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1 has arrived--fashionably late--and at a price point typical of such collections. Is it worth it, though?
Excerpt: Nostalgia is a very powerful thing. Retro remakes are popping up everywhere and fans everywhere are getting ultra-excited and forking out actual money for a game that they first played when they had no real sense of quality, and was created in a time where most of the things we take for granted as...