SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1

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SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1
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Developer(s) Terminal Reality, Alpha Denshi, SNK
Publisher(s) SNK Neogeo USA Consumer
Platform(s) PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, Wii
Release date(s) PS2/PSP
  • NA April 29, 2008
  • EU September 20, 2008
  • NA July 22, 2008
Genre(s) Compilation
Mode(s) Single-player, 2 player Cooperative

SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1 is a video game compilation created and published by SNK Playmore which includes sixteen Neo Geo games. The compilation was released on the PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, and the Wii.[1] In Australia, it was only released on the PlayStation 2.

A sequel was released in Japan titled SNK Arcade Classics 0. The reason for the title having a ‘0’ is because the games in this collection predate the Neo Geo AES console.[2]

Games included[edit]

Titles included in SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1
Title Release Genre Notes
Art of Fighting 1992 Fighting
Baseball Stars 2 1992 Sports
Burning Fight 1991 Beat 'em up
Fatal Fury: King of Fighters 1991 Fighting
King of the Monsters 1991 Fighting
Last Resort 1992 Shoot 'em up
Magician Lord 1990 Platform
Metal Slug 1996 Shoot 'em up
Neo Turf Masters 1996 Sports
Samurai Shodown 1993 Fighting
Sengoku 1991 Beat 'em up
Shock Troopers 1997 Shoot 'em up
Super Sidekicks 3: The Next Glory 1995 Sports
The King of Fighters '94 1994 Fighting
Top Hunter: Roddy & Cathy 1994 Platform
World Heroes 1992 Fighting Unlockable by obtaining 10 medals

All titles are modified to work with the in-game medal system as well as on-screen controls.

Between the three versions, the Wii version is considered the definitive one. The PS2 and PSP versions had considerable amounts of slowdown (especially with Shock Troopers on the PSP), compared to the slowdown-free Wii version.[3] The Wii version also supported 480p and four different control schemes.

Titles included in SNK Arcade Classics 0
Title Release Genre Notes
ASO (Alpha Mission) 1985
Athena 1986
Bermuda Triangle 1987
Dogosoken (Ikari II) 1986
Gold Medalist 1988
Guerrilla War 1987
HAL 21 1985
Ikari Warriors 1986
Ikari III: The Rescue 1989 Overseas version
Marvin's Maze 1983
P.O.W.: Prisoners of War 1988
Prehistoric Isle in 1930 1989
Psycho Soldier 1987
SAR Search and Rescue 1989
Sasuke vs. Commander 1980
Street Smart 1989
Super Championship Baseball 1989 Overseas version
TANK 1985
Touch Down Fever 1987
Vanguard 2 1984


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