SNK Playmore USA releases 8 pre-NEOGEO era Arcade classics on the PlayStation Store

SNK Guerrilla WarRetro gamers with PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable consoles rejoice! (Well, if you were a retro gamer you probably wouldn’t even be playing with a modern console in the first place but I digress.) SNK Playmore USA has just announced that they will be giving today’s generation of gamers the chance to relive the good ol’ days of the SNK NEGOGEO console. Starting today, eight SNK Arcade Classics will be made available as PlayStation minis titles for the PSP and PS3 on the PlayStation Store as part of a commemorative “retro-arcade emulation” project.

The games will be available from the “New Releases” and “SNK NEOGEO” Featured Publishers page. The eight games that will be available are:Ozma Wars, Sasuke vs Commander, Vanguard, Marvin’s Maze, Hal 21, Athena, Ikari Warriors and Guerrilla war. All games will cost $2.99 each, except Guerrilla War which will be free to for PlayStation Plus members for one month starting today (the price will return to $2.99 after the promotion). So if you’re a retro gamer looking for a fix, what are you waiting for? Head over to the PlayStation Store right now to get your hands on one these commemorative games.

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