D4 Publisher Apparently Releasing Neo Geo Games On PSP And PS3

By Spencer . July 22, 2010 . 2:46am


D4 Enterprise, the company that handles SNK’s Virtual Console lineup, is apparently working on PlayStation Network ports too. Art of Fighting was rated by the ESRB for Wii, PSP, and PlayStation 3.


Back in March, we also discovered a bunch of Neo Geo titles like Alpha Mission II, Super Sidekicks, Metal Slug and Fatal Fury rated by the ESRB for PS3 and PSP.


So far, Sony and SNK have not announced Neo Geo titles for PlayStation Network in North America.

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  • Check the email I sent you regarding the Neo Geo games on PSN. ;)

  • Now, they’ve gotta start releasing the real Neo-Geo classics, on this AND Virtual Console. Sure, people remember these games, but what about the Real Bout trilogy, Last Blade, Mark of the Wolves, Waku Waku 7, Twinkle Star Sprites, Magical Drop 3, Samsho II and IV, KOF 98 and beyond, et cetera et cetera ad nauseum.

    • It seems to me that every company releasing classics is barely scratching the surface of a generation’s lineup. It took SEGA several collections just to get to Gunstar Heroes for example. Every batch of classics on new platforms starts with the same selection of games :/

  • I’m actually really hoping for the revamped KOF 2002, as well.

    • cowcow


  • cmurph666


    I’ve been bugging my lil’ bro like a bitch to buy these on his Wii and 360. But he’s all being lame and won’t do it.

  • Why port Metal Slug to the PSP when the Anthology has been out for years?

    • In all seriousness, I wish for a posting bot that points out all available collections every time a publisher wants to resell us a classic for the Nth time.

  • nyobzoo

    hope they start putting them up soon on the PSN

  • So since Siliconera hasn’t posted an update or something, I will say that on the new feature with the newest firmware on PSP, you can put your games into defaulted folders. These include PSP games, PSP minis, PS Classics, PC Engine, and Neo Geo.

    Guess they didn’t edit out the PC Engine folder from the Japanese firmware, but Neo Geo games aren’t out in Japan on PSN either, are they? So this is a big hint towards a confirmation.

  • i noticed that folder on my psp. hmmm?

  • Rollersnake

    Does anyone really even like the original Art of Fighting? I’d love Art of Fighting 3 with online support or something, but the original hasn’t aged well at all, and I don’t understand why SNK are specifically releasing these older Neo-Geo titles.

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