The King of Fighters 2002: Unlimited Match for PS4 pops up on Korean ratings board

And Fatal Fury: First Contact is headed to Nintendo Switch

Once again, the spoileriffic Game Rating and Administration Committee of Korea has spilled the beans on some rad retro titles headed to modern platforms. According to the new site listings, SNK is currently in the process of bringing the excellent King of Fighters 2002: Unlimited Match to PS4, a port of Code Mystics’ PC re-release.

The King of Fighters 2002: Unlimited Match gathers together an amazing 65 characters – all pulled from the classic Neo Geo fighting franchise – for an almighty three-on-three throwdown to establish who truly is the greatest scrapper on the planet (spoilers: Leona Heidern). With the PC edition having recently received a very welcome rollback netcode update, this PS4 port will hopefully further secure the community for this amazing title for years to come.

And speaking of SNK classics, the ratings board has also revealed the next title coming to the Neo Geo Pocket Color Selection on Nintendo Switch. Originally released in 1999 for the nifty handheld console, Fatal Fury: First Contact is a cute adaptation of SNK classic Real Bout Fatal Fury 2, and sees Terry, Andy, Mai, Geesem and chums duking it out in pint-sized pugilistic action.

Neither title has been dated, but these ratings all but guarantee their launch in the near future.

The King of Fighters 2002: Unlimited Match dated for PS4 in Korea [Gematsu]

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