SNK revealed today they've partnered with Twitch to giveaway over 20 classic games this summer as part of their Twitch Prime program. Over the course of the next few months, the company will kick open their vault and give out several classic arcade and console titles that should bring back feelings of nostalgia. All of which is comes at the heels of the NEOGEO arcade system's 30th anniversary. The first of three drops will happen on May 26th, and we have the full list of what will be in that drop below including Art of Fighting 2, Blazing Star, Fatal Fury Special, The King of Fighters 2000, The King of Fighters 2002, Pulstar, and Samurai Shodown II. Enjoy the games and the trailer for it as there's more to come!
Art of Fighting 2 – In the second installment of the renowned Art of Fighting trilogy, players compete as one of 12 fighters for the coveted title of King of Fighters.
Blazing Star – Released in 1998, this shoot 'em up side scroller and spiritual sequel to the acclaimed Neo Geo shooter Pulstar lets players pilot incredible aircraft across a number of dangerous missions, filled with enemies aiming to take them down.
Fatal Fury Special – This 1993 arcade classic is an updated version of the acclaimed Fatal Fury 2, expanding the original character roster to 15 playable fighters and introducing new gameplay changes such as the all-new combo system.
The King of Fighters 2000 – In the second chapter in the legendary King of Fighters Nests Saga, players must take down the secret Nests society to stop their evil ambitions and bring peace.
The King of Fighters 2002 – This fan-favorite title was released in 2002 and features the epic return of the series' 3-on-3 battle system, along with a number of popular characters from the franchise.
Pulstar – Released back in 1995, this groundbreaking arcade game was the first SNK release to use pre-rendered graphics and if often regarded as among the best-looking shoot 'em up games for the NEOGEO system.
Samurai Shodown II – Battle against 15 of the world's fiercest warriors in this fun fencing fighting game first launched back in 1994.