SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1
|SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1|
|Developer(s)||Terminal Reality, Alpha Denshi, SNK|
|Publisher(s)||SNK Neogeo USA Consumer|
|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. 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 titles in this collection were introduced before the existence of the Neo Geo AES system.
|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|
|Metal Slug||1996||Shoot 'em up|
|Neo Turf Masters||1996||Sports|
|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. The Wii version also supported 480p and four different control schemes.
|Dogosoken (Ikari Warriors 2)||1986|
|Ikari III: The Rescue||1989||Overseas version|
|Sasuke vs. Commander||1980|
|ASO (Alpha Mission)||1985|
|Prehistoric Isle in 1930||1989|
|P.O.W.: Prisoners of War||1988|
|SAR Search and Rescue||1989|
|Touch Down Fever||1987|
|Super Championship Baseball||1989||Overseas version|
- "SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1 Hands-on". IGN. Retrieved October 15, 2013.
- "'SNK Arcade Classics 0' for PSP goes deep into the back catalog". Joystiq. February 1, 2011.
- "SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1 Review". IGN. Retrieved October 15, 2013.