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NISA Reveals 6 More Free DLC Games for SNK 40th Anniversary Collection

posted on 2018-11-02 05:48 EDT by Crystalyn Hodgkins
Collection launches on November 13 in N. America, November 16 in Europe

NIS America revealed on Thursday the final six free DLC games that it will release as part of SNK's SNK 40th Anniversary Collection game for the Nintendo Switch. NIS America originally stated it will release 10 free DLC games for the collection, but now the count is up to 11. The new DLC games include Bermuda Triangle, Paddle Mania, Ozma Wars, Beast Busters, SAR: Search and Rescue, and World Wars.

SNK will release nine of the free games as an automatic patch on December 11. Beast Busters and SAR: Search and Rescue will be available as a free DLC update on the Nintendo eShop on the same day. The previously revealed DLC games include Munch Mobile, Chopper I, Sasuke vs Commander, Fantasy, and Time Soldiers.

The collection will ship in North America on November 13, in Europe on November 16, and in Australia and New Zealand on November 23. The release is part of game development studio SNK's 40th anniversary celebration this year. The set will include classic SNK games from the 1980s before the release of the Neo Geo.

The games in the collection will include:

1. Alpha Mission (Console/Arcade)
2. Athena (Console/Arcade)
3. Crystalis (Console)
4. Ikari Warriors (Console/Arcade)
5. Ikari Warriors II: Victory Road (Console/Arcade)
6. Ikari Warriors III: The Rescue (Console/Arcade)
7. Guerrilla War (Console/Arcade)
8. P.O.W. (Console/Arcade)
9. Prehistoric Isle (Arcade)
10. Psycho Soldier (Arcade)
11. Street Smart (Arcade)
12. TNK III (Console/Arcade)
13. Vanguard (Arcade)

The game collection will allow players to rewind and save at any time, feature upgraded graphics at 1080p resolution, and have redesigned control schemes. The collection will also feature a Museum Mode with HD artwork and original promotional assets.

Source: Email correspondence


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