Tags : neogeo

Tekken 7, Garou Mark of the Wolves – Just Played

We’ve been going fighting game crazy the past week! Not only have we been seasoning the office in salt with many, many matches of Tekken 7 and the Switch’s port of Garou Mark of the Wolves — but we’ve been throwing down in the superb Injustice 2 and Guilty Gear Xrd REV2 too!   Tekken […]Read More

ACA NEOGEO Titles Surpass 200,000 Sales on Switch

You may have noticed a lack of Virtual Console games on Switch. But one company is making sure Switch is nevertheless stuffed to the brim with retro titles: Hamster. They’ve been dutifully releasing classics onto the system. Today Hamster announced ACA NEOGEO titles in the range have surpassed 200k sales on Switch!     We’ve reviewed […]Read More

ACA NEOGEO Fatal Fury Review – A Missing Link (Switch)

Sit down with Fatal Fury: King of Fighters, first released in 1991, and one thing will become abundantly clear. It’s not like other fighters at all. Peek behind the curtain to discover it was developed alongside Street Fighter 2 by the original Street Fighter‘s designer, Takashi Nishiyama, and things start to make a lot more sense. […]Read More

ACA NEOGEO: Samurai Shodown 4 Review – Fair and Square

Fighting games can be a complicated business. Sometimes it’s nice to revisit fighting games of old, when things were (in some cases) a bit simpler. Which isn’t to say Samurai Shodown 4: Amakusa’s Revenge doesn’t have depth, but it’s wonderfully compelling in its delicious simplicity and penchant for brutal, decisive strikes.   A mysterious castle […]Read More

Still No Switch Virtual Console, But NEOGEO & Other Third

It’s been just over a month now since the release of Nintendo’s Switch. One hole still punctures our heart. So far, the Super Mario Bros. have been more Super Mario No-Shows, Donkey Kong has been Donkey Wrong-Fully Excluded, and we’ve been Ann-oid at a lack of Metroid. There’s still no news on a Switch Virtual Console. […]Read More

The NeoGeo X – a console reborn

The NeoGeo, responsible for harbouring a host of 90’s arcade classics including Metal Slug and King of Fighters ’95, has been reborn in the form of a rather flashy portable console. Intrigued by it’s potential and lost in the 2D nostalgia radiating from it’s line-up, we take a closer look at the new NeoGeo X. […]Read More