The publisher Pix’n Love has re-released three different versions of the SNK Fatal Fury fighting game, Garou: Mark of the Wolves. Initially released on the Neo Geo, Garou: Mark of the Wolves celebrated its 30th anniversary last year and has since been released digitally and physically on multiple platforms.
Two of the versions available are physical collector’s editions for the PlayStation 4, while the third is a physical version of the game that features a unique, reversible cover. Outside of limited releases by publishers, Garou: Mark of the Wolves is only available digitally for modern systems.
The most expensive option of these three releases is the Ultimate Grant edition, which comes with a canvas painting, a certificate signed by Eisuke Ogura, an artbook, the OST on CD, seven lithographs, and an official NeoGeo snap case. There are only 300 copies of this version, and they are accompanied by numbered certificates.
The second collector’s edition is simply called the Garou: Mark of the Wolves collector’s edition. There are 2,000 of these available and they include everything in the Ultimate Grant editions except for the certificates of authenticity, canvas painting, and NeoGeo case.
The cheapest option only comes with a copy of the game, but also features a reversible cover.
There isn’t a sequel to the game in the works at the moment, but a collection of SNK games is on the way for the Nintendo Switch. It will contain multiple fighting games and while Garou hasn’t been announced for it, it will contain Fatal Fury First Contact.