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MVSX Home Arcade to Launch With 50 Pre-Installed Games in October

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Unico's system based on SNK's Neo Geo MVS arcade cabinet retails for US$449.99

A website opened on Wednesday to announce Unico's MVSX Home Arcade, a system based on SNK's Neo Geo MVS (Multi Video System) arcade cabinet. The website reveals that the MVSX Home Arcade will include 50 pre-installed Neo Geo games and will launch in October. The system will retail for US$449.99, and an optional cabinet base will retail for US$99.99. There will also be a bundle including both the system and the base for US$499.99.

The 50 Neo Geo games include:

  • The King Of Fighters '94
  • The King Of Fighters '95
  • The King Of Fighters '96
  • The King Of Fighters '97
  • The King Of Fighters '98
  • The King Of Fighters '99
  • The King Of Fighters 2000
  • The King Of Fighters 2001
  • The King Of Fighters 2002
  • The King Of Fighters 2003
  • Metal Slug
  • Metal Slug 2
  • Metal Slug 3
  • Metal Slug 4
  • Metal Slug 5
  • Metal Slug X
  • Samurai Shodown
  • Samurai Shodown II
  • Samurai Shodown III
  • Samurai Shodown IV
  • Samurai Shodown V
  • Samurai Shodown V Special
  • Fatal Fury
  • Fatal Fury 2
  • Fatal Fury 3
  • Fatal Fury Special
  • Real Bout Fatal Fury
  • Real Bout Fatal Fury Special
  • Real Bout Fatal Fury 2
  • Garou: Mark Of The Wolves
  • World Heroes
  • World Heroes 2
  • World Heroes 2 Jet
  • World Heroes Perfect
  • Art Of Fighting
  • Art Of Fighting 3
  • Sengoku
  • Sengoku 2
  • Sengoku 3
  • Savage Reign
  • Magician Lord
  • The Last Blade
  • The Last Blade 2
  • Kizuna Encounter
  • Shock Troopers
  • Super Sidekicks
  • Top Player's Golf
  • Count Bout
  • Baseball Stars Professional
  • Football Frenzy

The system features options to play with arcade or home versions of games, a 1280x1024 LCD screen, and two-player support.

SNK already released the Neo Geo Arcade Stick Pro stick hardware worldwide in November 2019. The hardware includes 20 pre-installed games.

The Neo Geo family of systems began with the cartridge-based Neo Geo MVS arcade system, and its home console counterpart the Neo Geo AES, in 1990. At the time of its release, SNK touted an arcade-perfect experience with the AES, as it shared the same hardware as its arcade counterpart. SNK developed many of its most iconic game franchises for the system. SNK later released the Neo Geo CD and Hyper Neo Geo 64 systems. The Neo Geo Pocket and Neo Geo Pocket Color, released in 1998 and 1999 respectively, were earlier attempts at a portable version of the arcade system.

Source: MVS Home Arcade's website via Siliconera


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