SNK Release A Batch Of NeoGeo Titles On PSP

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SNK have released a batch of NeoGeo titles on the PlayStation Network for PSP, each one priced at $6.99. These conveniently come with standard emulator features such as Save states, in-game instruction manuals, a music player and replays.

 

This batch of NeoGeo releases includes: Alpha Mission II, Art of Fighting, Baseball Stars Professional, League Bowling, Magician Lord, Samurai Shodown, Super Sidekicks, and The King of Fighters ‘94.

 

For those waiting for other games from the NeoGeo’s list of games, Shinya Morishita of SNK Playmore recently told Siliconera that we could possibly see more of those titles being released on PlayStation Network in the future.


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