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3 Count Bout

3 Count Bout

SNK Neo Geo AES - Released - April 23, 1993

3 Count Bout was produced by SNK in 1993. One-On-One wrestling action. Fight your opponent until he can't take any more, then pin him for the infamous three-count. 1, 2, 3 AND YOU'RE MEAT, PAL! The Power. The Pain. The Glory. Lock horns with 10 of the world's most rambunctious wrestlers ever! In the ring, on the street, use your wits, ability, and various tools at your disposal to pummel, pound, bite, scratch, kick, and gouge your way to survival and the world championship. Master your surroundings, develop new attacks, and press those buttons in matches so brutal and real you'll...

3 Count Bout

3 Count Bout

Arcade - Released - April 23, 1993

3 Count Bout by SNK Corporation attempts to take you into the world of professional wrestling by giving you control of one of many different wrestlers as you fight both in the ring and in the seedy underworld in your quest to become an accomplished wrestling champion. Choose from one of ten different characters, each with his own strengths and weaknesses, and employ your wrestling moves using a combination of three buttons. There are also a number of hidden moves and combinations which can be unlocked for even greater variety in the gameplay. When you have your opponent on the mat, keep him...

3 Count Bout

3 Count Bout

SNK Neo Geo CD - Released - April 21, 1995

3 Count Bout is a one-on-one fighting game. Choose from ten wrestlers who have their own power attacks. There are ten rounds in the game, and each one of them has you fighting other wrestlers that are much tougher than the previous ones. You defeat each one by biting, kicking, and performing other moves to the point where their damage meter is empty. But just because it is empty doesn't mean that you win. You have to pin him for the infamous-three count. Also features competitive play and tag match battles.

Alpha Mission

Alpha Mission

Arcade - Released - 1985

A basic vertical shooter. Collects parts to form other more powerful ships but you can only transform when you have gathered up enough energy. To gather energy, you must destroy land targets with bombs which explode and provide power-ups. ASO: Armored Scrum Object, also known as Alpha Mission, is a vertical scrolling shooter arcade game created by SNK in 1985. Missiles are used to destroy ground enemies, while laser-like weapons are used for aerial opponents. Throughout each of the levels, the player must fight off waves of enemies that threaten several space stations and a boss must be...

Alpha Mission

Alpha Mission

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 3, 1986

Defend your home planet against the Seven Stars Alliance! In the galaxy of Tetranova, a firece war between seven stars has laid waste to their planets. Having destroyed eachother's homes, the seven stars have formed an alliance to seek a new home, where they can rebuild and regain their strength to go to war once again. You must pilot the fighter ship SYD against the deadly fleet of the Seven Stars Alliance. The fate of Earth rests in your hands!

Alpha Mission II

Alpha Mission II

SNK Neo Geo AES - Released - July 1, 1991

The lunar nightmare of a bloody 200-year space war was thought to be over in the "original" ALPHA MISSION. But now with the advent of more technically sophisticated weapons, the evil "Fulvar" and his "Seven Star Alliance" have returned to destroy all planets that stand in their way of the ultimate target... Earth! Now in the year of 2525! Your mission as pilot of the new SYD-FX fighter is to use every weapon at your disposal to rid the galaxy once and for all of the evil that now dominates and threatens Earth. So suit up, hold your breath, and stand ready for unbelievable graphics and stereo...

Alpha Mission II

Alpha Mission II

SNK Neo Geo CD - September 9, 1994

The lunar nightmare of a bloody 200-year space war was thought to be over in the "original" ALPHA MISSION. But now with the advent of more technically sophisticated weapons, the evil "Fulvar" and his "Seven Star Alliance" have returned to destroy all planets that stand in their way of the ultimate target... Earth! Now in the year of 2525! Your mission as pilot of the new SYD-FX fighter is to use every weapon at your disposal to rid the galaxy once and for all of the evil that now dominates and threatens Earth. So suit up, hold your breath, and stand ready for unbelievable graphics and stereo...

Alpha Mission II

Alpha Mission II

Arcade - Released - 1991

Alpha Mission II (also known as ASO II: Last Guardian, its Japanese title) is a vertically scrolling full screen shoot 'em up released by SNK in 1991 for the Neo Geo arcade and home systems. It was later released for the Neo Geo CD in 1994 and for the PlayStation Portable in 2010. The player controls a fighter spacecraft (Armored Scrum Object) and can shoot enemies in the air, bomb enemies on the ground, collect power-ups, and defeat bosses to advance levels.

Art of Fighting

Art of Fighting

Arcade - Released - September 24, 1992

In an attempt to capture some of the momentum of the popular 2D fighting genre, SNK's Art of Fighting retains the essence of such classics as Street Fighter II and Final Fight while adding additional features to gameplay. The game's story focuses on Ryo Sakazaki and Robert Garcia traveling to South Town to rescue Yuri from the clutches of gangsters. In two-player mode, you take on each other in battle by punching and kicking each other while attempting strong-arms. There is even a "taunt" button. Unique for fighting games of the early '90s, the characters are larger and more detailed in Art of...

Art of Fighting

Art of Fighting

SNK Neo Geo CD - 1994

Yuri Sakazaki has been kidnapped! Her big brother Ryo Sakazaki and Robert Garcia, his best friend, go search for her on the streets of South Town. As they go deeper and deeper they will find clues as to who ordered the kidnapping, the Sakazaki family's relation to the mob, and a person from their past. This fighting game is a coin-op conversion of the Neo-Geo hit of the same name, and has all characters, stages, and moves featured in the arcade unit. Unlike the original arcade version, players can now play as Mr. Big and the elusive Mr. Karate. The gameplay differs from most fighting games. In...

Art of Fighting

Art of Fighting

Sony PSP - Released - December 21, 2010

Yuri Sakazaki has been kidnapped! Her big brother Ryo Sakazaki and Robert Garcia, his best friend, go search for her on the streets of South Town. As they go deeper and deeper they will find clues as to who ordered the kidnapping, the Sakazaki family's relation to the mob, and a person from their past. The gameplay differs from most fighting games. In this game, you have a Spirit meter. A Spirit meter is in the game and will decrease as you perform special moves. It can be recharged, but doing so leaves you open to attack. When your health is almost gone, you can perform a secret...

Art of Fighting

Art of Fighting

Sega Genesis - Released - January 14, 1994

Yuri Sakazaki has been kidnapped! Her big brother Ryo Sakazaki and Robert Garcia, his best friend, go search for her on the streets of South Town. As they go deeper and deeper they will find clues as to who ordered the kidnapping, the Sakazaki family's relation to the mob, and a person from their past. This fighting game is a coin-op conversion of the Neo-Geo hit of the same name, and has all characters, stages, and moves featured in the arcade unit. Unlike the original arcade version, players can now play as Mr. Big and the elusive Mr. Karate. The gameplay differs from most fighting...

Art of Fighting 2

Art of Fighting 2

SNK Neo Geo AES - Released - March 11, 1994

In this sequel to the original Art of Fighting, and prequel to the original Fatal Fury, we learn that Mr. Karate, the final boss of the original game, behind the mask, is really Takuma Sakazaki, Ryo and Yuri's father, that Takuma was being used by Geese Howard for his own evil intentions, and that Mr. Big was the one who had originally kidnapped Yuri.

Art of Fighting 2

Art of Fighting 2

SNK Neo Geo CD - 1994

In this sequel to the original Art of Fighting, and prequel to the original Fatal Fury, we learn that Mr. Karate, the final boss of the original game, behind the mask, is really Takuma Sakazaki, Ryo and Yuri's father, that Takuma was being used by Geese Howard for his own evil intentions, and that Mr. Big was the one who had originally kidnapped Yuri.

Art of Fighting 2

Art of Fighting 2

Arcade - Released - February 2, 1994

The second installment in the AoF series added the "rage gauge"; similar to the "spirit system" of its predecessor, it limited the use and effectiveness of special attacks. The game's story is set a year after the original. Geese Howard, a rising star in South Town's criminal underworld, calls fighters to the city for a new tournament, "The King of Fighters." Howard was the final boss and series villain of SNK's other fighting game franchise Fatal Fury (though he is a secret boss in this game), whose story took place over a decade after the events of Art of Fighting. Art of Fighting 2 was...

Art of Fighting 3: The Path of the Warrior

Art of Fighting 3: The Path of the Warrior

SNK Neo Geo CD - 1996

In this third and final entry in the Art of Fighting series, the story shifts from Ryo Sakazaki to his best friend and rival, Robert Garcia, as he ventures into Mexico to try and locate Freia Lawrence, a childhood friend, who asked for his help. However, he leaves without the consent of The Garcia Foundation, which sends an agent named Karman Cole to get him back. But not everything is as simple as it looks... because Robert is not the only one looking for Freia.

Art of Fighting 3: The Path of the Warrior

Art of Fighting 3: The Path of the Warrior

SNK Neo Geo AES - Released - April 26, 1996

In this third and final entry in the Art of Fighting series, the story shifts from Ryo Sakazaki to his best friend and rival, Robert Garcia, as he ventures into Mexico to try and locate Freia Lawrence, a childhood friend, who asked for his help. However, he leaves without the consent of The Garcia Foundation, which sends an agent named Karman Cole to get him back. But not everything is as simple as it looks... because Robert is not the only one looking for Freia. Art of Fighting 3: The Path of The Warrior features ten playable characters with different fighting styles, a completely new...

Art of Fighting 3: The Path of the Warrior

Art of Fighting 3: The Path of the Warrior

Arcade - Released - March 14, 1996

Art of Fighting 3 featured a new cast of characters with the exception of Ryo and Robert. Yuri Sakazaki is seen in the game, but only as a side character in Ryo and Robert's story mode. The story switched focus from the Sakazakis to Robert Garcia. Garcia disappears to search for an old childhood friend, Freia Lawrence, and he tracks her to GlassHill, Mexico. Freia is wanted by the game's main antagonist, Wyler, to complete a powerful elixir that was created by his and Freia's fathers. The drug affects users in a similar manner as the potion in The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr...

Art of Fighting Anthology

Art of Fighting Anthology

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - May 11, 2006

This is a compilation of the three games in the Art of Fighting series: •Art of Fighting •Art of Fighting 2 •Art of Fighting 3: The Path of The Warrior This compilation also includes a color edit mode and arranged music scores for all three games.

Athena

Athena

Arcade - Released - June 1, 1986

In this game, players take the role of Athena, the Goddess of Wisdom, who has grown tired of her life within the castle and ventures into the Fantasy World beyond the castle walls. Strange and fearsome creatures will attack at every turn, but weapons can be found along the way: a ball and chain, a bow and arrow, and a mighty sword. Put on wings and take to the sky, or become a mermaid to explore the ocean depths.

Bakumatsu Roman: Gekka no Kenshi

Bakumatsu Roman: Gekka no Kenshi

Sony Playstation - Released - February 25, 1999

The Last Blade (Bakumatsu Roman - Gekka no Kenshin), is a fighting game series created by SNK for the Neo Geo system. The Korean version of the game is known as "The Last Soldier". The Last Blade and its sequel are widely considered to be two of the most accomplished games available for the Neo Geo system, with fan opinion divided as to which is the better installment. The game takes place during the late Tokugawa shogunate era in Japan, and incorporates various elements of Japanese mythology (with a heavy emphasis on the symbology of the Four Symbols). As such, the background music...

Bakumatsu Roman: Last Blade 2-in-1

Bakumatsu Roman: Last Blade 2-in-1

Sony Playstation 2

The game takes place during the Bakumatsu era in Japan, and incorporates various elements of Japanese mythology (with a heavy emphasis on the symbology of the Four Symbols). As such, the background music generally incorporates synthesized instruments simulating a sound appropriate to the 19th century setting, in a Western classical, pseudo-Romantic style (unusual for a fighting game).

Baseball Stars

Baseball Stars

Nintendo Entertainment System - July 1, 1989

Baseball Stars, released in Japan as Baseball Star Mezase Sankan Ō, is a baseball video game developed by SNK. It was released for the NES in 1989. It became a major hit in many countries worldwide, particularly in the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico. Baseball Stars was a critical success, often referred to as the best baseball game on the NES platform (and possibly of all-time); as such it became a franchise series for SNK, spawning five sequels, and its "create player" and "create team" functions have become standard features in sports games.

Baseball Stars 2

Baseball Stars 2

SNK Neo Geo AES - Released - April 28, 1992

Baseball Stars 2 is a 2-player baseball arcade game released by SNK in 1992 for the Neo-Geo console. A less cartoony console version was released for the NES by Romstar the same year.

Baseball Stars 2

Baseball Stars 2

Sony PSP - Released - July 19, 2011

This follow up to Baseball Stars Professional features a fast-paced arcade style baseball with six fictitious teams, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. There are two difficulties of play: Beginner, which automatically fields the ball for the player while Exciting has the player do the field manually. Additionally, there are two main modes of play where in the single player mode the player will compete in a fifteen-team tournament or go head-to-head against a friend in a multiplayer mode. The standard rules of baseball still apply, but it adds power-ups that the player can pick up...

Baseball Stars 2

Baseball Stars 2

Arcade - April 28, 1992

You can select from one of 18 teams across two leagues - Exciting League (beginner) & Fighting League (expert)

Baseball Stars Professional

Baseball Stars Professional

Arcade - 1990

Baseball Stars Professional is the follow-up to Baseball Stars for the Nintendo Entertainment System, and features comic-style graphics. Choose from a variety of teams that include Celestial Planets, Heavenly Bodies, Shadow Demons, Battle Knights, Fabulous Superstars, and many others. Then select the field where the game is to be held: The SNK stadium or the SNK dome. Each field has the same dimensions, but their capacity varies. The game is played the same way as normal baseball. Features a VS. mode in which two players can play against each other.

Baseball Stars Professional

Baseball Stars Professional

SNK Neo Geo AES - July 1, 1991

Baseball Stars Professional is the follow-up to Baseball Stars for the Nintendo Entertainment System, and features comic-style graphics. Choose from a variety of teams that include Celestial Planets, Heavenly Bodies, Shadow Demons, Battle Knights, Fabulous Superstars, and many others. Then select the field where the game is to be held: The SNK stadium or the SNK dome. Each field has the same dimensions, but their capacity varies. The game is played the same way as normal baseball. Features a VS. mode in which two players can play against each other.

Battle Field

Battle Field

Arcade - Released - 1987

Travel throughout various time periods to save your fellow comrades. Collect power-ups to help you defeat a variety of enemies and end-bosses. Uses rotary joysticks to allow player to fire in a variety of directions.

Beast Busters: Second Nightmare

Beast Busters: Second Nightmare

Arcade - Released - 1998

As in the original, you shoot at zombies and other ugly monsters.

Bermuda Triangle

Bermuda Triangle

Sony PSP Minis - January 24, 2012

Bermuda Triangle is a scrolling shooter designed by the same team as Ikari Warriors. The player must survive each of the 9 levels, which automatically scroll both up and down, long enough to reach and destroy the boss. The ZIG, being a much larger ship than most scrolling shooter ships, can sustain several hits before being destroyed, and has both a straight ahead shot and a rotating turret that can fire in 8 directions. SYD ships can be picked up in levels and will fly near the ZIG in four different formations. They can block enemy shots but will be destroyed if hit by enemy ships. Energy can...

Burning Fight

Burning Fight

Arcade - May 20, 1991

Duke and Billy, two popular and renowned New York City Police detectives, are hot on the trail of a dangerous Japanese crime syndicate. Their investigation has led them to the mean streets of Japan (Stage 1 takes place in Osaka with famous landmarks in the Dontonbori and Ebisu Neighborhoods) where they meet a police officer and martial arts expert named Ryu. Ryu agrees to join the NYPD detectives as they track down the crime syndicate bosses and end their reign of terror once and for all.

Burning Fight

Burning Fight

SNK Neo Geo AES - Released - August 9, 1991

Burning Fight is a side-scrolling street-fighting game similar to Final Fight. As Duke, Billy, or Ryu, you must fight your way through the various locations in Osaka. At the start of the game, you can only use your fists to deal with gangs, but by by breaking things like phone booths and street signs along the way, you can get new weapons and more health. At the end of each location, you will have to defeat a boss in order to continue the mission.

Burning Fight

Burning Fight

SNK Neo Geo CD - Released - 1991

Burning Fight is a beat 'em up arcade game released by SNK in 1991 for the Neo Geo MVS system. Introduced to capture a share in the then-popular beat-'em-ups market, it was meant to compete with Technōs' Double Dragon, the leader of the genre at the time. Three years after its release in the arcades and on the Neo Geo AES, it was released on Neo Geo CD as the only other home version.

Canvas Croquis

Arcade - Released - 1985

An adult maze game. We play as painter while painting his great canvas of beautiful females, but his task will not be easy, because it is constantly attacked by annoying enemies, you must eliminate or dodge all enemies of the maze to complete the canvas and go to the next stage.

Capcom Vs. SNK 2 Millionaire Fighting 2001

Capcom Vs. SNK 2 Millionaire Fighting 2001

Arcade

Capcom Vs. SNK Millennium Fight 2000 Pro

Capcom Vs. SNK Millennium Fight 2000 Pro

Arcade

Capcom vs. SNK: Millennium Collection

Capcom vs. SNK: Millennium Collection

Sega Dreamcast - Unlicensed - November 16, 2011

End the talk! Decide who's best! Two companies - one winner! Decide the match of the millennium using your favorite Capcom or SNK character across three games: Capcom Vs. SNK, Capcom Vs. SNK Pro and Capcom vs. SNK 2! Also includes the Capcom Taisen Fan Disk. This is a fan made compilation

Capcom Vs. SNK: Millennium Fight 2000

Capcom Vs. SNK: Millennium Fight 2000

Arcade - Released - August 13, 2000

Two of the worlds greatest arcade fighter developers, Capcom and SNK, join forces to finally answer the question asked by many for years: Who is the dominant fighter? A range of fighters from both worlds are available to choose from, with two different fighting styles (Capcom and SNK, of course) meaning that players of both worlds can fit into the game easily, while new gamers can try Ryu using the SNK format.

Chopper I

Chopper I

Arcade - Released - 1988

Chopper I is an 1988 arcade hall video game, developed by SNK. The objective of the top-down game is to infiltrate enemy territory and essentially destroy all objects. The game can be played with 1 or 2 players; both players, each occupying one helicopter, play simultaneously.

Cool Cool Jam

Cool Cool Jam

SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color - Released - August 10, 2000

Cool Cool Jam is a rhythm video game which appeared on the Neo Geo Pocket Color in 2000. Cool Cool Jam is comparable in gameplay to other rhythm games such as: PaRappa the Rapper, Donkey Konga or Beatmania. The storyline involves a boy and a girl who are transported 1,000 years into the future. To return home they must form a successful and popular music band. The game can be played by one or two players. In two player mode the game plays like a duet; the players take it in turn to play tune and receive a message after completion. The game also features a single player storymode which...

Cool Cool Toon

Cool Cool Toon

Sega Dreamcast - Released - August 10, 2000

Cool Cool Toon (クルクルトゥーン?) is a rhythm-based music video game exclusive to the Dreamcast. It was developed and published by SNK and released in Japan only on August 10, 2000.The letters A, B, X and Y appear at the edge or in the middle of a large circle on screen. The player must use the analogue stick to move a marker to the letter and press the corresponding button on the controller at the right time. If the player misses too many letters, they will fail.

Crystalis

Crystalis

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 13, 1990

Crystalis takes place in a post-apocalyptic world, one hundred years after a global thermonuclear war has reverted civilization to a primitive, medieval existence populated with fierce mutated creatures. Science and advanced technology have been abandoned, though the old ways of magic have survived. The survivors of the terrible destruction built a floating "Tower" to prevent any future cataclysms, as its occupants would have the power to govern the world due to the Tower's weapons systems. A man known as Emperor Draygon, however, has revived the forbidden ways of science and combined them...

Cyber-Lip

Cyber-Lip

SNK Neo Geo AES - Released - July 1, 1991

Cyber-Lip is a horizontally scrolling, side-view platformer shoot 'em up (this combination is sometimes referred to as "run and gun") arcade game released by SNK in 1990 for the SNK Neo-Geo MVS. The player(s) control(s) Rick and/or Brook, two human veteran soldiers, who are sent by an unspecified "federal government" into combat on a last-ditch attempt to save Earth from a malfunctioning military supercomputer in charge of all military androids. Gameplay consists of battling through large amounts of enemies, collecting power-ups and defeating several end-of-stage bosses. This makes it...

Cyber-Lip

Cyber-Lip

Arcade - July 11, 1990

Up until now, mankind has enjoyed their prosperity. Now they are facing trouble. CYBER-LIP, the state-of-the-art army computer is out of control. The cyborgs and aliens under its control are beginning to attack people. The government calls in Rick and Brooks to destroy CYBER-LIP!

Cyber-Lip

Cyber-Lip

SNK Neo Geo CD - April 21, 1995

Cyber-Lip is a horizontally scrolling, side-view platformer shoot 'em up (this combination is sometimes referred to as "run and gun") arcade game released by SNK in 1990 for the SNK Neo-Geo MVS. Players control Rick and/or Brook, two human veteran soldiers, who are sent by an unspecified "federal government" into combat on a last-ditch attempt to save Earth from a malfunctioning military supercomputer in charge of all military androids. Gameplay consists of battling through large amounts of enemies, collecting power-ups and defeating several end-of-stage bosses. This makes it comparable to the...

Dexterity

Dexterity

Nintendo Game Boy - 1990

Dexter Doolittle has an amazing imagination! He can imagine himself to be anywhere he would like - including his many magic puzzle rooms. Guide Dexter on his merry way as he jumps from tile to tile, flipping them over - while he dodges, blocks, and captures captivating characters of all shapes and sizes. Some of his magic puzzle friends can be changed into fabulous fruits. Find the hourglass, hammer, and magic heart to gain bonus points and extra imaginary rooms. But watch out for the scary skull, which can stop Dexter short before he finds the delectably delicious ice cream worth 5000...

EightMan

EightMan

Arcade - November 1, 1991

Murdered by criminals, Detective Yokoda's body is retrieved by Professor Tani and taken to his laboratory. There, Tani performs an experiment that has failed seven times; Yokoda is the latest subject to have his life force transferred into an android body. For the first time, the experiment succeeds. Yokoda is reborn as the armor-skinned android 8 Man, able to dash at impossible speeds, as well as shape-shift into other people. He shifts himself into Yokoda, this time christening himself as "Hachiro Azuma". He keeps this identity a secret, known only to Tani and his police boss Chief Tanaka....

Fantasy

Fantasy

Arcade - October 1, 1981

A platform game where you must rescue your girlfriend from the bad pirate who has stolen her from your island love nest. Then, rescue her from other kidnappers until you are reunited with her for good.

Fatal Fury

Fatal Fury

Sega Genesis - Released - January 1, 1993

Southtown City plays host to the King of Fighters Tournament. Andy & Terry Bogard take part in the tournament cause winning the tournament is the only way they can defeat Geese Howard. Geese Howard controls Southtown City and killed their father several years ago. Also taking part is Joe Higashi, a Japanese kickboxer. Select either Joe, Andy or Terry, visit several locations in Southtown City and win that tournament! Fatal Fury is a 2D fighter and is the first game in a series of one-on-one fighting games by SNK. It's a conversion of the original Fatal Fury arcade game. This first game does...

Fatal Fury

Fatal Fury

SNK Neo Geo AES - Released - December 20, 1991

Southtown City plays host to the King of Fighters Tournament. Andy & Terry Bogard take part in the tournament cause winning the tournament is the only way they can defeat Geese Howard. Geese Howard controls Southtown City and killed their father several years ago. Also taking part is Joe Higashi, a Japanese kickboxer. Select either Joe, Andy or Terry, visit several locations in Southtown City and win that tournament! Fatal Fury is a 2D fighter and is the first game in a series of one-on-one fighting games by SNK. It's a conversion of the original Fatal Fury arcade game. This first game does...

Fatal Fury 2

Fatal Fury 2

SNK Neo Geo AES - Released - March 5, 1993

After Geese Howard's death in the original Fatal Fury, a mysterious nobleman becomes the sponsor of the new "King of Fighters" tournament. This time, the tournament is held worldwide with fighters around the globe competing. As the single player mode progresses, the mysterious challenger begins defeating the participants from the previous Fatal Fury game, searching for the man responsible for defeating Geese.

Fatal Fury 2

Fatal Fury 2

Sega Genesis - Released - March 5, 1993

After Geese Howard's death in the original Fatal Fury, a mysterious nobleman becomes the sponsor of the new "King of Fighters" tournament. This time, the tournament is held worldwide with fighters around the globe competing. As the single player mode progresses, the mysterious challenger begins defeating the participants from the previous Fatal Fury game, searching for the man responsible for defeating Geese.

Fatal Fury 2

Fatal Fury 2

Arcade - December 12, 1992

After Geese Howard's death in the original Fatal Fury, a mysterious nobleman becomes the sponsor of the new "King of Fighters" tournament. This time, the tournament is held worldwide with fighters around the globe competing. As the Single Player Mode progresses, the mysterious challenger begins defeating the participants from the previous Fatal Fury game, searching for the man responsible for defeating Geese.

Fatal Fury 2

Fatal Fury 2

SNK Neo Geo CD - Released - September 9, 1994

Fatal Fury 2 (餓狼伝説2 ~新たなる闘い~, Garou Densetsu 2: Aratanaru Tatakai, "Legend of the Hungry Wolf 2: The New Battle") is a 1992 fighting video game released by SNK for the Neo Geo arcade and home platforms, and later ported to several other home systems. It is a sequel to Fatal Fury: King of Fighters and the second game in the Fatal Fury franchise. Its updated version, Fatal Fury Special, was released in 1993.

Fatal Fury 3: Road to the Final Victory

Fatal Fury 3: Road to the Final Victory

SNK Neo Geo CD - December 27, 1995

Fatal Fury 3: Road to the Final Victory (餓狼伝説3 遥かなる闘い, Garō Densetsu 3 Harukanaru Tatakai, "Legend of the Hungry Wolf 3: The Distant Battle") is a 1995 head-to-head fighting game released by SNK for the Neo-Geo arcade and home platforms. It is the fourth game in the Fatal Fury series after Fatal Fury Special (which itself was an updated version of Fatal Fury 2). Console versions of Fatal Fury 3 were released for the Neo Geo CD, Sega Saturn, Windows-based computers and on the Wii Virtual Console. The game is also included in the compilation Fatal Fury Battle Archives Volume 1 for the...

Fatal Fury 3: Road to the Final Victory

Fatal Fury 3: Road to the Final Victory

SNK Neo Geo AES - April 21, 1995

It has been two years since the second King Of Fighters tournament took place. Now Terry, Andy, Joe, Mai and Geese are back in South Town to battle five new characters and three bosses. All of them have their own reasons of coming to South Town, but in the end, everything links to a scroll that reveals the secret to the lost ancient martial arts. Fatal Fury 3 was a pretty big improvement over its predecessors, introducing brand new re-drawn character sprites (yet again) and better overall animation quality. Of course, a handful of colorful new characters join the roster, in addition to some...

Fatal Fury 3: Road to the Final Victory

Fatal Fury 3: Road to the Final Victory

Arcade - Released - March 27, 1995

It has been two years since the second King Of Fighters tournament took place. Now Terry, Andy, Joe, Mai and Geese are back in South Town to battle five new characters and three bosses. All of them have their own reasons of coming to South Town, but in the end, everything links to a scroll that reveals the secret to the lost ancient martial arts. Fatal Fury 3 was a pretty big improvement over its predecessors, introducing brand new re-drawn character sprites (yet again) and better overall animation quality. Of course, a handful of colorful new characters join the roster, in addition to some...

Fatal Fury 3: Road to the Final Victory

Fatal Fury 3: Road to the Final Victory

Windows - Released - March 27, 1995

Three years have passed since Terry Bogard had defeated Wolfgang Krauser and won the second "King of Fighters" tournament. Ever since then, Terry has traveled throughout the world, meeting new friends and battling many opponents along the way. Upon returning home to South Town, Terry rendezvouses with his young brother Andy and his good friends Joe and Mai at the grand opening of the Pao Pao Cafe 2 that's being headed by Richard Meyer and his capoeira apprentice Bob Wilson. During the opening, Joe explains to Terry a disturbing rumor that he had gotten from Cheng Sinzan via a private message...

Fatal Fury Special

Fatal Fury Special

SNK Neo Geo CD - Released - September 9, 1994

Fatal Fury Special is a 1993 fighting game developed and published by SNK and originally released for the Neo Geo arcade and home platforms. It is an updated version of 1992's Fatal Fury 2, introducing several changes to the gameplay system while expanding the available character roster.

Fatal Fury Special

Fatal Fury Special

SNK Neo Geo AES - September 16, 1993

Geese Howard: a man feared by the world as the dark ruler of South Town. He shocked the land with his violent techniques and was confident that no one could ever top him. To rid himself of the man, Geese took the life the street champ, Jeff Bogard. However, several years later, three men arose to stop Geese's ambition. They were the sons of the dead Jeff, Terry and Andy Bogard, and Muay Thai champ, Joe Higashi. After Geese was defeated by them, he was believed to be dead. However, as time passed, a disturbing rumor began to float around the world. Geese is alive... His elder half-brother,...

Fatal Fury Special

Fatal Fury Special

Sega CD - Released - March 31, 1995

Fatal Fury Special is an improved version of SNK's 2D one-on-one fighter Fatal Fury 2. It's a conversion of the 1993 arcade game of the same name. The objective is still to win the tournament by defeating all other fighters including end boss Wolfgang Krauser. Fatal Fury Special still features the series' trademark pseudo-3D movement along two planes.

Fatal Fury Special

Fatal Fury Special

Arcade - December 22, 1993

The GRANDMOTHER of all battles! 15 of the FATAL FURY series' top stars gather in the match of the millenium! Use the resurrected Geese Howard and Wolfgang Krauser in a dazzling 3D arena! All you have ever wanted in a fighting game is here in FATAL FURY SPECIAL!

Fatal Fury: Battle Archives Volume 2

Fatal Fury: Battle Archives Volume 2

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - April 8, 2008

The second Battle Archive release bundles the 3 Real Bout Fatal Fury fighting games: •Real Bout Fatal Fury •Real Bout Fatal Fury Special •Real Bout Fatal Fury 2: The Newcomers The game also allows you to remap controls, edit the character colors, choose between an original or an arranged soundtrack, and access a special training mode. Another new feature is the ability to see your character's move list while playing the game. The Japanese version of the game allows you to play against other users via the KDDI Matchmaking Network. This feature is not available outside of Japan.

Fatal Fury: First Contact

Fatal Fury: First Contact

SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color - Released - May 27, 1999

Using the world-famous Japanese SD (Super-Deformed) artwork style, this is the only title of the Fatal Fury series to be released on SNK's color handheld. The game is based on its arcade/console counterpart Real Bout Fatal Fury 2: The Newcomers, and has its main characteristics, like the possibility of execute special moves while blocking (a.k.a. Breakshots), the execution of high-strength blows (a.k.a. S. Power and P. Power moves) and the starring of two new combatants (Li Xiangfei and Rick Strowd). Due to NGPC hardware limitations, some characters have been removed from the main cast...

Fatal Fury: King of Fighters

Fatal Fury: King of Fighters

Arcade - Released - November 25, 1991

The plot of Fatal Fury centers around a martial arts tournament known as the "King of Fighters" tournament, held in the fictional American city of South Town and sponsored by local crime boss Geese Howard. Ten years prior to the events of the game, Geese murdered a rival martial artist named Jeff Bogard who was on his trail. Now, Jeff's sons, Terry and Andy, along with their friend Joe Higashi, enter the tournament to get their revenge on Geese.

Fatal Fury: Mark of the Wolves

Fatal Fury: Mark of the Wolves

Sega Dreamcast - Released - November 23, 2001

It's been several years since Geese Howard was defeated in a battle with Terry Bogard, a young man looking to avenge his father. Rather than looking to be saved from death after falling off his office balcony, Geese instead decided to die, and left behind his young son, Rock. Terry took Rock in and became like a big brother to him, raising the boy throughout his life. Now Rock is a teenager, and Terry is a man in his 30s, and both are about to come together in a new clash...new faces and old come together for the greatest battle yet!

Fatal Fury: The Battle of Fury

Fatal Fury: The Battle of Fury

SNK Neo Geo CD - Released - September 9, 1994

Fatal Fury (Japanese: 餓狼伝説 Hepburn: Garō Densetsu, lit. "Legend of the Hungry Wolf") is a fighting game series developed by SNK for the Neo Geo system (and while the first installment in the series is called Fatal Fury: King of Fighters; The King of Fighters became its own series after a while).

Fatal Fury: Wild Ambition

Fatal Fury: Wild Ambition

Sony Playstation - Released - January 1, 1997

A long standing vendetta culminates with excitement in Fatal Fury: Wild Ambition. With vindictive rage, one fighter searches for truth and redemption against the ruthless crime lord who murdered his father. Fists fly, teeth fall, and pain resounds when you wipe the floor with some of the toughest fighters ever to stand in your way. Heroes are forgotten, but Legends never die...

Fatal Fury: Wild Ambition

Fatal Fury: Wild Ambition

Arcade - January 28, 1999

A long-standing vendetta culminates with excitement in Fatal Fury: Wild Ambition. With vindictive rage, one fighter searches for truth and redemption against the ruthless crime lord who murdered his father. Fists fly, teeth fall, and pain resounds when you wipe the floor with some of the toughest fighters ever to stand in your way.

Football Frenzy

Football Frenzy

Arcade - January 1, 1992

You'll never play another football game again, after you play Football Frenzy! Football Frenzy, with on-going play-by-play announcing, is hard-hitting action at its best! You will hear, in full stereo, every bone-crushing tackle and helmet-to-helmet, metal-on-metal hit. The piercing grunts and groans of players sacrificing their bodies for the team puts you right on the field with them! The camera zooms give you the most dazzling close-ups ever seen. So, bring your pads and helmet! Tournament mode, cinematic displays and over 10 teams to choose from make this football package complete. Play...

Football Frenzy

Football Frenzy

SNK Neo Geo AES - February 21, 1992

Football Frenzy takes the modern game of football, and tosses out all aspects of the game which don't deal directly with running the ball, throwing the ball, or hitting the guy with the ball. There are no real world teams to contend with, and no real world stats that matter aside from the game's score and the game's time. There are also no substitutions. Football Frenzy uses the Neo Geo's sprite scaling capabilities to provide either panned out or close in views depending on the action going on. The game is played from a top down perspective, but tilted to an angle so player profiles are...

Football Frenzy

Football Frenzy

SNK Neo Geo CD - Released - September 9, 1994

Similar to the Tecmo Bowl and High Impact series of arcade American football games, matches in Football Frenzy are fast-paced, simplistic, and played in a horizontally-scrolling perspective. Players pick from one of ten fictional teams as they try to win. It is the third and last game of the sport developed by SNK (the other two making up the Touch Down Fever duology).

Ganbare Neo Poke-Kun

Ganbare Neo Poke-Kun

SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color - Released - June 6, 2000

In this game you keep watch on the wacky Neo Poke-kun, a cartoony programmer thing that lives locked in his small Tokyo apartment. You don't have direct control of his actions but instead interact with him indirectly by switching stuff in his apartment on and off, which triggers different reactions from him. More importantly you can invite different characters to visit Neo Poke-kun, which will also trigger different reactions from him. Depending on the time of day and the visitor you may get different reactions from Poke-kun, and if you make him happy enough he'll get to work and code a...

Gang Wars

Gang Wars

Arcade - Released - 1989

The setting takes place in New York City, following martial artists Mike and Jackie, who heard an evil gang led by the antagonist, Jaguar, are terrorizing the city. Jaguar also kidnapped a young woman named Cynthia. Mike and Jackie must fight through parts of New York City (including Chinatown, Manhattan) to return peace to New York City, and defeat Jaguar to save Cynthia.

Garou Densetsu 3: Road to the Final Victory

Garou Densetsu 3: Road to the Final Victory

Sega Saturn - Released - June 28, 1996

Fatal Fury 3 retains the format and controls of the previous game in the series, Fatal Fury Special. However, the two-plane battle stages have been revamped into a three plane format known as the Oversway System. The player fights primarily in the middle plane or the main plane, but can move or "oversway" into either of the sway lines at the background (LP+LK) or foreground (LK+HP). When the player performs an attack in a sway plane (or an Oversway Attack), their character will return to the main plane. Likewise, the player can attack an opponent who is in a Sway Plane with an Anti-Oversway...

Garou: Mark of the Wolves

Garou: Mark of the Wolves

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - June 30, 2005

It's been several years since Geese Howard was defeated in a battle with Terry Bogard, a young man looking to avenge his father. Rather than looking to be saved from death after falling off his office balcony, Geese instead decided to die, and left behind his young son, Rock. Terry took Rock in and became like a big brother to him, raising the boy throughout his life. Now Rock is a teenager, and Terry is a man in his 30s, and both are about to come together in a new clash...new faces and old come together for the greatest battle yet!

Garou: Mark of the Wolves

Garou: Mark of the Wolves

Arcade - November 26, 1999

Ten years after crime lord Geese Howard's death, the city of Southtown has become more peaceful leading it to be known as the Second Southtown (having formerly been corrupted by Geese). A new fighting tournament called "King of Fighters: Maximum Mayhem" starts in the area, and several characters related with the fighters from the previous King of Fighters tournaments participate within it.

Garou: Mark of the Wolves

Garou: Mark of the Wolves

SNK Neo Geo AES - February 25, 2000

It's been several years since Geese Howard was defeated in a battle with Terry Bogard, a young man looking to avenge his father. Rather than looking to be saved from death after falling off his office balcony, Geese instead decided to die, and left behind his young son, Rock. Terry took Rock in and became like a big brother to him, raising the boy throughout his life. Now Rock is a teenager, and Terry is a man in his 30s, and both are about to come together in a new clash...new faces and old come together for the greatest battle yet!

Ghost Pilots

Ghost Pilots

SNK Neo Geo AES - July 1, 1991

The gameplay is straightforward with elements similar to that of Capcom's 19XX games, but it is incredibly difficult even on the easiest difficulty level. Unlike most scrolling shooters, the vehicle is a seaplane instead of spaceship or airplane. As the in-game instructions indicate, move the joystick around to maneuver the seaplane. Press the A Button to fire bullets. The player can also hold the A button for a semi-automatic fire. Press the B Button to launch bombs from the inventory. The player starts with 3 bombs.

Ghost Pilots

Ghost Pilots

Arcade - Released - January 25, 1991

Ghost Pilots is a vertical-scrolling shoot 'em up arcade game released in 1991 by SNK. Ghost Pilots is an overhead military plane shooter, in which you must shoot down fighter jets by either using bullets or bombs. Once you have killed enough fighter jets, you will have to defeat a boss fighter jet in order to continue. After some stages, you must select a route to continue your journey on. Power-ups can be collected that will increase your firepower, and stars can be obtained for extra points.

Ghost Pilots

Ghost Pilots

SNK Neo Geo CD - March 17, 1995

Ghost Pilots is a vertically scrolling shoot 'em up arcade game released in 1991 by SNK. The gameplay is straightforward with elements similar to that of Capcom's 194X games, but it is difficult even on the easiest difficulty level. Unlike most scrolling shooters, the vehicle is a seaplane instead of using a spaceship or airplane.

Gold Medalist

Gold Medalist

Sony PSP Minis - January 24, 2012

Challenge 192 athletes from eight countries, in nine sporting events such as discus throw, high jump, boxing, and swimming to become the Gold Medalist at the 1988 Seoul Olympics! Can you defeat Louis or Ben?

Guerrilla War

Guerrilla War

Sony PSP Minis - Released - July 19, 2011

A tropical island (specified as Cuba in the Japanese original) is being oppressed by a dictator, but fortunately one or two brave US soldiers (Ernesto "Che" Guevara in the Japanese version) are on hand to restore justice. March through the rivers, swamps and forests to overthrow the dictator (specified as Batista in Japan) in this evolution of the Commando style. The game scrolls vertically, as you move up the screen shooting enemies, finding good strategic firing points and collecting powerups. As the enemy soldiers come towards you in groups, some care is required when picking them off,...

Guerrilla War

Guerrilla War

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 26, 1988

Guerrilla War followed the adventures of two unnamed rebel commandos as they raid an unnamed Caribbean Island in order to free it from the rule of an unnamed tyrannical dictator. Along the way the players vanquish hordes of unnamed enemy soldiers while attempting to rescue hostages (with large score deductions for any hostages killed in the crossfire).

Guerrilla War

Guerrilla War

Arcade - Released - January 1, 1987

Guerrilla War is an overhead run and gun game produced by SNK. Originally released for arcades in 1987 as a coin-operated arcade game, Guerrilla War followed the adventures of two unnamed rebel commandos (Che Guevara and Fidel Castro in the Japanese version) as they raid an unnamed Caribbean Island in order to free it from the rule of an unnamed tyrannical dictator. Along the way the players vanquish hordes of unnamed enemy soldiers while attempting to rescue hostages (with large score deductions for any hostages killed in the crossfire), collecting weapons from troopers and operating tanks.

HAL21

HAL21

Arcade - Released - 1985

HAL21 is a vertically scrolling shoot'em up released by SNK in 1985 for arcades. It is considered a spiritual predecessor to the Alpha Mission series. Gameplay is very similar to Namco's Xevious, with a button for firing regular shots and a button for bombing ground targets, controlled by a crosshair target above the player's ship. One unique feature from HAL 21 is the bosses, which are composed of multiple small parts. Whenever the player hits a boss part, it flies off from the boss's body before reattaching.

Ikari

Ikari

Microsoft MSX2 - 1987

Better known as Ikari Warriors in the west, Ikari is a vertically scrolling action game where one or two players fight their way through a variety of terrain, such as jungles, rivers, and ruins. Along the way different weapons can be found, including machine guns, grenades, and rocket launchers.

Ikari III: The Rescue

Ikari III: The Rescue

Arcade - Released - 1989

Ikari III: The Rescue (also known as Ikari Warriors III: The Rescue), known simply as Ikari III (怒Ⅲ) in Japan, is an arcade beat 'em up. It was ported to the NES, DOS, and C64. It is the second sequel to the original Ikari Warriors, following Victory Road.

Ikari III: The Rescue

Ikari III: The Rescue

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 16, 1990

The presidential candidate's daughter has been kidnapped! It is your job to get past enemy lines and rescue her. This is the third game in the Ikari Warriors series, and features similar arcade/action gameplay. The screen is a top down view which scrolls vertically, with numerous bad guys to defeat. You start the game with just your fists, and as the levels progress you can find weapons and other objects to help you out.

Ikari Warriors

Ikari Warriors

Atari 2600 - January 1, 1989

You are a member of those elite combat specialists, the Ikari Warriors. Your buddy and you are on a special mission behind enemy lines, and you've been sleeping, eating, and breathing jungle combat for the last two weeks. Your tired, but that never affect your razor-sharp judgement and your will to survive. Your main weapons are machine guns, grenades, and your own cunning in the face of danger. Sometimes you'll have a tank at your disposal, which comes in handy when enemy fire is particularly brutal. You move swiftly through the jungle, wading through rivers and resting from time to...

Ikari Warriors

Ikari Warriors

Apple II - February 1, 1986

Ikari Warriors is a vertically scrolling, run & gun shoot 'em up arcade game developed by SNK, published in North America and Europe by Tradewest, and released in 1986. Originally titled Ikari (怒, "Fury") in Japan, Ikari Warriors was SNK's first major breakthrough US release and became something of a classic. The game was released at the time when there were many Commando clones on the market. What distinguished Ikari Warriors were rotary joysticks and a two-player mode.

Ikari Warriors

Ikari Warriors

Arcade - Released - January 1, 1986

Ikari Warriors is a 1986 arcade game by SNK, published in the United States and Europe by Tradewest. Known simply as Ikari (怒 ?, literally "fury") in Japan, this was SNK's first major breakthrough US release and became something of a classic. The game was released at the time when there were many Commando clones on the market. What distinguished Ikari Warriors were rotary joysticks and the two-player mode.

Ikari Warriors

Sony PSP Minis - June 19, 2011

Iron Tank: The Invasion of Normandy

Iron Tank: The Invasion of Normandy

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 29, 1988

In 1944 the United Forces are preparing their final assault on the Normandy coast. The mission is to break through the front lines and destroy enemy headquarters. To spearhead the invasion, they have chose Paul from Command Unit 88, also known as Iron Snake. To succeed in his mission, Paul will need all the firepower of the mightiest fighting vehicle, the Iron Tank. Iron Tank is played from an overhead view with a scrolling screen. You need to control the Iron Tank and it's varied weapons and power ups to rescue hostages and defeat enemy forces.

The Irritating Maze

The Irritating Maze

SNK Neo Geo AES - Unlicensed - August 25, 1997

The Irritating Maze quite literally lives up to its name. It's a maze, of sorts, and it's one hell of an irritating game. In fact, it is one of the most irritating games that most will ever come across. But it does have its charms, namely its offbeat gameplay. The graphics are bright and colorful, with a lot of eye candy everywhere. Depending on your point of view, this may or may not be a good thing, as all that coloring and eye candy has been designed specifically to distract you from beating the level. All that glitter is isolated to the areas immediately surrounding the track, and if...

Jockey Grand Prix

Jockey Grand Prix

SNK Neo Geo AES - Unlicensed - 2014

This game was released around 2001 and is basically a horse race betting game. Bets are placed just prior to the start of the race, different horses have different odds, and then the race begins. Some rather impressive Motion Capture graphics were used for the animation of the horses. After the race is over the winning horse is declared in a slow motion photo finish and the winning bets are paid. Again, the game can be set to "pay out" to either an installed coin hopper, or through a "credit" re-imbursement system set-up by the location or the operator. The Jockey Grandprix cartridge came...

Joy Joy Kid

Joy Joy Kid

SNK Neo Geo AES - July 1, 1991

Once upon a time, the god of sun built a huge wall in the center of the "man's village" and the "woman's village" where they had been fighting for a long, long time. This caused even more trouble, in that the tower blocked all the sunlight to both villages. Rad and Am were sent to travel up the tower of sun full of various falling blocks. Capable of 2-player simultaneous drop-in play!

The King of Fighters 10th Anniversary 2005 Unique

Arcade - ROM Hack - 2004

The King of Fighters 10th Anniversary 2005 Unique is an excellent hack of the masterpiece that is The King Of Fighters 2002, this particular version includes all the original characters with some doubling with different abilities and balances. Although it might appear to be ridden with glitches, the game plays absolutely great. Having ripped backgrounds from various SNK fighting games certainly gives this game a Mugen feel. Players are able to perform insane combos with the unlimited use of the Power Gauge and the ability to use Desperation Moves and Hidden Desperation Moves at will.

The King of Fighters 2000

The King of Fighters 2000

Arcade - July 26, 2000

After the incident at the previous tournament, the commander of the Ikari Team, Heidern, is determined to figure out the objective of the NESTS cartel so that he can stop them from achieving their ruthless ambition. A fellow commander and long-time friend of Heidern, named Ling, tells the veteran fighter that K′ and Maxima were once operatives of NESTS and that they may hold the key to locating the whereabouts of the mysterious organization. Using this information, Heidern decides to focus his efforts in using the next KOF tournament as a way to lure both K′ and Maxima out so that they can be...

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