Reviews and Problems with SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1
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snk excellent game
22 May 2011
Summary: SNK Arcade Classics is a very good psp game that brings several classic games of the 90 "I remember they were the first who played what I like on a single disc that brings several games snk hopefully continue getting most of their games
Summary: Just re-reviewing this great collecion of great SNK games so you SNK and clasic gamers don't miss out on this gem. It is super in every aspect, yes the loading is a little longer on some games but that is not a major concern when you have these wonderful games all on one umd ready to play anytime. Also enjoy multiplayer ad-hoc gaming with most of the games on this collection. Highly recommended for retro gamers.
Summary: Some very good games in this compilation - Metal Slug is a real standout. All are well presented, with an obvious focus on arcade style gameplay. The graphics of these old titles look great on the PSP screen. Great value for money.
Excellent title-My best snk games on one disc-Thank you
23 March 2009
Summary: What i like about it is that it has some of my best games of snk.One of my favorites on there is Magician Lord.I have always wanted that game as my own.I decided to buy it because it has magician lord as one of my classic games.
Summary: i bought it for samurai showdown, metal slug, and world heroes. the rest of the games are pretty awesome too! even the golf game. and you don't have to worry about the machine eating up your laundry quarters playing different games all afternoon.
Summary: This is a solid collection of some of the older SNK classics. While some of the games are showing their age, games such as Samurai Shodown and KOF '94 still stand as true classics. The only thing that holds this collection back is the control issues - no fault of the game itself, but more to do with the PSP's unfriendly D-pad. The games are quite playable, but it can be difficult to pull off some of the moves in the fighting titles.
Summary: This game should be called SNK Neo-Geo Classics, because all of the games came from that format. SNK should have tried to include some of the pre-Neo games like Athena or Ikari Warriors just to add some variety. As it is, almost 1/2 of the games are fighters, not necessary a bad thing, but some of the games are already available in other compilations. So if you are a die-hard SNK fan, you'd probably owned these other compilations already.