SNK continues world Neo-Geo domination with GOG releases

They also dumped a ton on Switch There are nearly more Neo-Geo Switch ports than actual Switch games — that’s...

They also dumped a ton on Switch

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There are nearly more Neo-Geo Switch ports than actual Switch games — that’s how aggressively SNK and Hamster have been pushing on that platform. Now SNK is looking to another outlet in PC, by way of GOG.

15 games (Blazing Star, Fatal Fury Special, King of the Monsters, Samurai Showdown II & Samurai Showdown V Special, and The King of Fighters 2000 & 2002) are available now, by way of three bundles or individually wrapped. For now you can grab them for 50% off, or 75% if you opt for a bundle.

My recommendation? Individual Metal Slug games for $2.99 each (or four for $6) is alright with me. Same goes for $2.99 for Last Blade, Twinkle Star Sprites, and King of the Monsters. You have roughly five days (and some change) to nab the discounts.

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