The Last Blade 2 I just want the Metal Slug games and that alone on Switch would cost me $48, so if the Mini is price close to that number I'm getting it. Because it needs to be constantly tethered to a USB cable for power, any possibility of portability is lost, which doesn’t feel like a tremendous sacrifice because I can’t imagine carting this thing around on the bus or the subway anyway. Real Bout: Fatal Fury BA1 1UA. @masterLEON - yes, that is why I'll be waiting for the complete list for the Switch game, I have a feeling I will like that collection much more then either of these. And after they made Metal Slug and Neo Turf Masters SNK bought them anyway, so there really is no reason for them to leave Neo Turf Masters off. PC stuff I mostly started with Dos games in 93/4, some amazing titles but awkward to get many of them running now. I just mention this because of your avatar, obviously! The King of Fighters ’94 I love my old 90's tech game consoles but 80's tech was a bit before my time so I never really invested in any of that. I find it very hard to play unlit screens nowadays, and even the old backlit colour screens are fuzzy and ghost to much for me to really play much, sadly. Everything else is a (welcome) bonus. I like collecting the "big box" versions of them, along with Amiga titles, @OnBeingHuman gotta piggyback on success and hope they are adept at making sufficient supply rather than ripoff Nintendo style. If I decide to buy one, it won't be the International one. If these are franchises you absolutely love, a deep dive into their history might be really appealing to you. Thinking it over, I would've easily bought both versions if the lineups weren't so goofy. I'd like complete boxed ones but its hard to justify the price. Due to the limited amount of continues in these versions, a save state feature has been included. That’s definitely one of my favorite games from back then. NEOGEO Mini Christmas Limited Edition (RED) That's alot of King of Fighters games. The previously mentioned Neo Geo X from a few years ago used microswitches on both the portable system and the optional controllers. Many would pay top dollar for that (I'd happily pay £100 for a PS4/Switch game with every title, or maybe £200 for a mini AES console with them all). Top Hunter: Roddy & Cathy Speaking of the games, there’s a definite bias towards 2D fighting games. And yeah, theres a reason why I own boxed complete versions of games for nearly every system from my childhood except the AES, they are just sooo pricey. Was really looking forward to this but thinking now I’ll skip it and just buy what I want individually on the switch. I contacted Nintendo and they tested the 3DS and said it must be the card. It used to frustrate me that my dad couldn't see stuff on my Gameboy in the 90s when I would try and show him stuff, seemingly I now am old enough to have the same issue! Top Player’s Golf A Neo Geo without Bust-A-Move is not a Neo Geo, licensing rights be damned. The power supply is compatible with USB cable which means you can connect to smartphone batteries and enjoy your games on-the-go! In general, the library of games draws heavily on series and sequels; as well as the ten King of Fighter titles and three Samurai Shodowns, there are a total of five Metal Slug games and a pair of games from The King of Monsters. Metal Slug 3 The Last Blade 2 The King of Fighters ’99 Ninja Master’s: Haou Ninpou Chou World Heroes Perfect. This is nice and everything, but i already have the majority of these games on the Wii VC, Wii collections and Switch arcade archives. The 40th Anniversary collection has non-NEOGEO SNK titles from arcade and console (NES). It's not that bad. Devastated there’s no Windjammers or Neo Turf Masters. ... the VMU did support a range of mini games including a Chao pet sim in Sonic Adventure and Zombie ... the Neo Geo Pocket Color featured a … That said, day one for me if <= US$100, maybe $150. @JayJ Yeah I've recently seen some Youtube reviews of Gizondo games, they are surprisingly good. Kota Bandung Shine Plaza (37) Tambah ke Wishlist. SNK has treated Western fans like idiots for 25 years so why stop now. I just think modern convenience is too worthwhile to brush off and dismiss. As you may know, the Mini is modeled after the Neo Geo 19 arcade cabinet; the Japanese Mini was a little closer replica with its red and white control panel and an adhesive overlay … Twinkle Star Sprites, Mini International Exclusive: Log In. Add to the fact that you had to actually remove the back of the console and battery to change games cartdridge and its one of the worst designed bits of gaming hardware I remember. Blazing Star I'm more into the older generation of failed handhelds like the Supervision, Megaduck, Gamate and Game.com... only one there with a decent amount of playable games is the Supervision, but again I find the lack of backlight problematic nowadays. It's bad enough that ML was included in SNK Arcade Classics Vol 1. The King of Fighters ’97 At least the Jaguar and 3DO have some great games to redeem their value for collectors. There is a menu option to swap between 4:3 and widescreen modes while you’re in TV mode, but no way to force the Mini to output square pixels and sharpen the image. Luckily I didn't got the joystick issue and used the 80 games image file that a brazilian youtube made. Shock Troopers: 2nd Squad I'm in a minority to care about such stuff, but we all have our hobbies. SO many amazing games though, so its next on my list to start collecting, as even though I have no nostalgia for the system, I love old arcade ports, and shmups. I have some old SM card that I put in it but it still gave me problems and then the battery died and the entire thing won't even start without a new one even if I have it plugged in. 3 times so far its become corrupted and none of the games would load, twice whilst away travelling, annoying as I specifically got the device and games to play on those exact trips. Metal Slug 2 I also collect handhelds, I don't have a Gameboy Light, would love one. 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Classic hardware can be nice, I have a lot of it as a collector for many years, but it is just kind of ridiculous to suggest spending many times more on the old stuff when you can save tremendous amounts of money and have a lot more convenience with the new stuff. Feature: What’s The Sexiest Nintendo Console Ever? Metal Slug 3 After I got the Hori arcade stick it doesn't feel like I am missing out on anything. Never owned, but plan to own, SNK Neo・Geo - games played though emulation or various ports of release. I got the R-Zone simply for the novelty, same reason I got the Game.com and Gizmondo, although I can at least give the Gizmondo some credit for having some hidden gems and decent quality. Kizuna Encounter: Super Tag Battle Instead, my friends and I only knew of Neo Geo from magazine articles and ads listing the home console for close to $600, with individual games coming in at $200 or so. A mini AES would have had much more mainstream appeal. Edit: Always thought Turf Masters was developed by SNK, but it looks like it was developed by Nazca and published by SNK. The King of Fighters 2000 That is sort of the crown jewel for collectors of the era. Looks like I might have to import this if I want it. 8-bit consoles were just before my time, I grew up with Genesis and SNES then moved on to PS1 and N64, I didn't really even get into NES and Turbo era games until I got older and started downloading some of the stuff from VC, it was a nice easily accessible way for me to get into that. SNK has announced the Neo Geo mini, a handheld stand-alone video game system loaded with 40 games originally released on the Neo Geo arcade system.Rather than … Samurai Shodown V Special His interest in PC stuff starts a little before mine, but he covers a lot of the same stuff I loved, old shareware games, primative FPS games, Doom, Duke 3D, ROTT etc. Easily the biggest handheld game console ever made, and quite possibly one of the worst, but a very interesting piece of handheld gaming history at the same time. I too have had a bad experience with memory cards, I got a USB memory stick for my Wii U that simply wouldn't work right for some reason even though it didn't seem to have anything wrong with it, but then I just went back to using an older one which never had any problems. The King of Fighters ’96 @JayJ I assume that the games installed on a device like this are stored in a more permanent method than on rewritable memory cards, but yes I would prefer a permanantly burned DVD/Blu-Ray or real rom cartridge as I previously stated. Included in this list are; Neo-Geo MVS, AES, and CD. The King of Fighters 2000 I want Twinkle Star Sprites, but almost as importantly, I can't have a piece of crap like Magician Lord stinking up my game selection screen. Neo Geo Mini is a dedicated miniature home arcade console developed by SNK as part of the … I'll wait and see what the 40th anniversary collection on Switch looks like. @samuelvictor I understand where you are coming from with the handhelds that don't have backlighting, I also grew up with a NGPC and even though I loved it I never really want to play it these days. You will receive a verification email shortly. Get the best gaming deals, reviews, product advice, competitions, unmissable gaming news and more! Metal Slug X The "lost" 24-32bit era is one that fascinates me, so many failed systems which I remember reading about and lusting over previews of in magazines . The Last Blade Stop forcing us to play illegal roms when you know we'll pay for the games if they are available! As previously noted, there are 40 titles on each device, with 14 of them differing between the two units. lol. I don't think SNK had the money to invest in paying for licensing just to have an old crossover fighting game included for their product. Foot Ball Frenzy I pretty much gave up on that, same with what I did with an old Gamegear and 32X, those just proved to be very unreliable devices. @moroboshi SvC: SNK vs. Capcom Chaos was great but I feel they can't include that even though they originally made the game for NeoGeo due to Capcom owning half that character roster. Ghost Pilots The King of Fighters games have always been cheeky ;) but who's is more toned ? To top it off, you'll also be able to adjust the screen's aspect ratio and resolution when the system is plugged into a television via a HDMI cable (sold separately). Fatal Fury Special The Neo Geo Mini includes more fighting games whilst the International version has more action titles. As the Neo Geo was best known for its 1vs1 fighting games I figured it would lie towards those. But yeah, I also appreciate I'm old fashioned and in an ever shrinking minority. Shock Troopers: 2nd Squad Obviously the games are very basic LCD style things but the big liscences make them interesting to me from a collectors standpoint, especially as I collect Daytona stuff and you can get a Daytona branded console pack. @JayJ Ah man you're talking my language I love LGR, I actually support him on Patreon. No third party stuff as expected. Neo Geo World Tour. I nearly bought one when they first came out, along with an N-Gage, but held out for a PSP. My memory of SNK’s Neo Geo is that of an ultra-premium gaming console that I desperately wanted but knew I’d never be able to afford. Yesterday at 12:34 PM. Art of Fighting The Last Blade 2 @samuelvictor Yeah I had a feeling the X wouldn't be worth it, glad I avoided it now since my Switch just seems to be a vastly superior take on the same concept. @JayJ Sure, I get it. I'm also irrationally upset they left out Neo Turf Masters and Baseball Stars 2 for far worse games. Rp 60.000. © Burning Fight Visit our corporate site. It was initially released for the Neo Geo arcade platform. The R Zone things are cool, I remember when it first launched as a headset, then a handheld, then the superscreen. Mutation Nation The King of Fighters 2001 Samurai Shodown II If you don’t want to take out a second mortgage on your home you could simply focus on the following ten amazing games. I'm frankly surprised they went with it, as it won't really work under a TV, and the tiny screen won't really cut it for long. I'm just a sucker for physically owning stuff, downloads really turn me off (what if the device dies, memory gets wiped etc in the future once servers are down and I can't redownload it?) If you’re not interested in dipping deep into the pool of King of Fighter’s history, or reliving the glory days of the Samurai Shodown franchise, the Neo Geo Mini is likely not for you. One area I'm seriously lacking in owning is PC Engine / Turbo Grafx stuff, as it was almost non existant in the UK. Hosted by 44 Bytes. Metal Slug Included are series like King of Fighters, Samurai Showdown, Metal Slug and The Last Blade as well as plenty of other classics to keep you entertained for a very long time. Another thing I liked to collect was handhelds, I got myself a Game Boy Light and some odd stuff like a Gizmondo. The King of Fighters ’99 Metal Slug 5 Sengoku 3 But the ones I like I really like. I also got an N-Gage but I could never get the thing to work. Metal Slug It is nice to know that no matter what happens with current and next gen tech, I will always be able to play my favorite old games with this stuff. I recently got the screens in my Game Gear and Lynx II modded with the McWill screens and have a whole new found appreciation for the systems now, they are incredible. En option, il est possible d'acheter une ou deux manettes identiques à celles que l'on trouvait sur la Neo Geo CD sortie en 1994, à connecter sur l'un des deux ports USB-C présents sur les côtés de l'objet. The four face buttons and start and select are compressed into a little corridor on the right side of the chassis; accidentally hitting the wrong one while you’re trying to focus on gameplay on the little screen is virtually guaranteed. The lunar nightmare of a bloody 200-year space war was thought to be over in the "original" ALPHA MISSION. @JayJ Haha funnily enough I've only properly got into collecting for the 80s microcomputers fully recently as a lot of what I wanted from the 80s and 90s consoles I already own. It’s too late to ever live up to those adolescent fantasies, and too poorly designed to live up to modern standards of retro consoles and professional emulation. But here are the 10 top Neo Geo games of all time as far as we can tell: 10. The size of the NEOGEO mini fits perfectly in the palm of your hand(W108mm×D135mm×H162mm), and its weight will be only about 390g! Unfortunately, the Mini’s beauty is skin deep. Puzzled Not Now. I spent around £300 on download copies of retail games. Aggressors of Dark Kombat Let us know in the comments if there are any specific games you’re looking forward to playing on the new SNK systems. Add a handful of games to that version and there is hardly any reason for the international version to exist. The Neo Geo Mini is an adorable little package, and if you’re mostly looking for an attractive display piece for your shelf or desk, the Mini’s got charm to spare. Puzzled I would like to see turbografx 16 mini and neo geo mini support added to hackhi to add more games to those systems, modmyclassics mods adds too much stuff, i prefer hackchi because it keeps it basic. Games/Toys. The system itself is an interesting, unusual design. Lack of Neo Turf Masters is truly disappointing though. @samuelvictor Personally I am very happy with the ACA Neo Geo games they got for the Switch. I also have a big interest in that lost era of odd 32-bit consoles, and for similar reasons as I remember reading about it but never knew anyone who had the stuff. Real Bout Fatal Fury 2: The Newcomers Top Player’s Golf Not had a problem with downloaded games on my Switch or PS4 Pro yet. It would be nice if they were better about not releasing games so randomly, but as a fan who always wanted to buy the real thing but could never justify it, it is hard to complain right now. The Game Boy Light is probably my favorite of the era as it gives me everything I liked about the 90's era of handhelds with a screen that I can actually easily see in most conditions. The King of Fighters ’95 But yeah I agree theres more affordable ways to legally play many NeoGeo games than there's ever been. @YANDMAN Na I played Ikari Warriors a lot at the local convenience store when I was a kid in the mid 80’s. Create New Account. I liked the design of the Japanese unit more anyway, but IDK... hopefully it's as hackable as the Nintendo classic systems... @Gerbwmu The game lists are completely different. Other than Metal slug series, does it have anything that isn't just a lot of fighting games and a few sports games? King of the Monsters @th3r3ds0x I thought that perhaps you were getting confused with one of the shock troppers games. Each game is capable of being saved and continued like the original system. Probably the oddest thing I got is the R-Zone Super Screen. The Neo Geo Mini … Samurai Shodown IV: Amakusa’s Revenge SNK NEOGEO Mini, Japanese market color scheme. Games/Toys. It’s not quite the $649.99 of the original, but it still feels way too steep when contrasted with its more competent contemporaries. I can understand that KOF is a big thing for SNK... but 10 versions of it on the Mini? The King of Fighters 2003 But yeah, its extremely fighter heavy. SNK's $109 Neo Geo Mini is a replica arcade machine that fits in the palm of your hand. I don't imagine this is the last time either. @May_Nyan Theres a few shmups in there, depending on which version you get. Samurai Shodown IV: Amakusa’s Revenge Guess that's the reason. Great, we get green blood in SSII and sweat in all the Metal Slugs (amongst other edits) because they're making it run like a US home machine. Metal Slug 2 I even had a Tapwave Zodiac back when that was the new and forward thinking handheld is you can even remember it. When he’s not paying off a loan to Tom Nook, Liam likes to report on the latest Nintendo news and admire his library of video games. Guess if King of Fighters is your thing, yay?Nintendo mini wide game selection this is not. Metal Slug. GamesRadar+ is supported by its audience. The game plays similarly to Taito’s own Puzzle… 5. Cyber-Lip If the price tag weren’t quite so high, I might recommend the Neo Geo Mini purely on the strength of its desk appeal. Fatal Fury Special On the Neo Geo Mini the optional controllers are also missing the microswitches (more on this below). @samuelvictor Yeah the N-Gage is just a terribly designed piece of hardware as far as portable game consoles go IMO. The NGage was similarly powerful with decent ports of Tomb Raider etc, but had that really stupid vertical screen, when most of the games were ports of horizontal ones - the Sonic Advance port was completely unplayable. NEO GEO Mini - Neo Geo SNK Arcade Mini Game Console Neogeo. Now the battery is dead and I haven't used it in years, but apparently that is a quick and cheap fix. I've been mildly frustrated by the drip speed and random appearing order. Please refresh the page and try again. @samuelvictor Yeah we all have our experiences to justify our actions. I feel ya though, I still got my old consoles hooked up to a TV that still has s-video and my classic video game collection is something that I have always appreciated having. Ninja Master’s: Haou Ninpou Chou Mining nostalgia dollars is by no means a new practice but we must admit SNK seems to be pulling it off in style. I’ll consider the International model, and I realize these minis will be a bargain at almost any price given the AES/MVS market, but I think I’m clear to play catch up with ACA titles on Switch now that these lineups have been announced. I bought a big memory card, brand new, decent brand, researched compatibility first. Samurai Shodown II At the end of the day video game collecting is a hobby, and it can quickly become a very expensive hobby if you have a money is no object classic gaming approach. Also, there's no octagonal gate (or gate of any kind) on the analog stick, so while it rotates smoothly and feels reactive, it’s less than ideal for most of the games included with the Mini, which call for crisp eight-directional movement. There were always going to be missing games, but Art of Fighting over AoF3 and Top Players Golf over Turf Masters are bizarre decisions. If this is supposed to have widespread appeal, that doesn't seem like a sensible move, especially as there are other great Neo Geo games which could have been included instead. @moroboshi Yeah but Nintendo is bigger and had more money than SNK. Bath Metal Slug The King of Fighters ’97 Ghost Pilots @samuelvictor Yeah exactly. The King of Fighters 2001 Metal Slug 4 The fact that the keep putting off talking about the price make me think it won’t be as cheap as I’d hope it would be either, although that’s just a guess. King of the Monsters 2 Of the 40 games packed into the Mini, 16 of them are fighters, SNK’s bread and butter genre and what the Neo Geo was largely known for (though I would’ve been happier had Windjammers or a Bomberman made the cut). It works fine for now. The King of Fighters ’96 GamesRadar+ is part of Future plc, an international media group and leading digital publisher. I had to get 2 replacement Wiis, and 1 replacement WiiU for example, so I don't imagine that my current consoles will last forever - and when I replace them (or in many years source parts if no direct replacements are available) I'm reliant on Nintendo having their servers up and still having the rights to the games. I honestly think the Gizmondo was ahead of it's time. The King of Fighters 2003 When the Neo Geo Mini launched last year, a lot was said about how poor the controls were. Spirit Orb Hunters Rejoice, This Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Exploit Allows You To Duplicate Them, Tingle's Designer Takaya Imamura Has Retired From Nintendo, Undertale Creator Toby Fox Provides Progress Update On Deltarune's Second Chapter, Immortals Fenyx Rising Looks Like It's Getting A Demo, And It Might Be Coming To The Switch eShop, These Are The Games Included In SNK’s Neo Geo Mini And Neo Geo Mini International. or. Twinkle Star should have been in both versions for sure. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases from links posted in my description & comments section. The Jaguar and 3do are probably the ones with the best exclusives, you're right. Speaking of the games, there’s a definite bias towards 2D fighting games. Gameboy Retro FC 400 Games Console - Game Mini Gamepad Retro Portabel. Thing is, if you were really so against having games installed on a device you wouldn't be interested in this item in the first place. I'm a bit gutted. I'll wait for the price announcement and will decide. TBH they should just release a compilation with all the games. PC games I grew up with was pretty much Windows 95 - XP era so it's all handled by virtual machine apps these days it seems. Top Ten Neo Geo Games. But no big issue, and I can say why they chose the other sequels instead. Last Resort Unfortunately, the International version will retail for $109.99 when it launches on October 15, and if you include two controllers the final price tag is more than double the cost of the superior SNES Classic. Top Player’s Golf The Bottom Line. Alpha Mission II Ninja Commando StealthRUSH's Top 100 Favorite Neo Geo Games. Cashback. Hmm, I’m kinda satisfied with the Neo Geo games I have on Switch to be honest. The physical benefits are not worth the thousands upon thousands of dollars they would command. As it is, I'm leaning against the investment and simply continuing to expand my Switch Neo Geo collection. Feature: Best Super Nintendo (SNES) Games. Samurai Shodown IV: Amakusa’s Revenge Here are the games broken down by verison: Mini Exclusive: I've rebought physical copies of all the games I care about just incase. The King of Fighters ’97 It’s a lovely recreation of the top half of an SNK arcade cabinet, and while it feels sturdy and well made it’s still light enough to hold in your lap without being too unwieldy. For a roundup of all our favorite throwback consoles, check out our list of the best retro consoles. This means you’re stuck with the rectangular pixels of the original Neo Geo and stretched and fuzzy output. It is why finding a backlit Game.com was such a big deal to me when I was looking for them. I would never really get into it myself since it can be hard to track down, difficult to use, and takes up a lot of space. But it bothers me, I definitely still do play games which are several decades old. Burning Fight I've already noticed certain games are not able to be downloaded anymore because of licensing changes, like Ridge Racer, Street Fighter and Dead or Alive. Just wanted to thank you for this guide. King of the Monsters 2 Welcome to the official Facebook page for the NEO GEO Mini. Save the progress of your games … Guess I'm spoiled by modern handhelds and mobiles, I remember the screen on the PSP being a revelation for me the first time I saw it, and its hard to go back (especially as I could play most of my old handheld games on it through emulation!). grr. This isn't just another wrestling game, it's THE wrestling game, brought to you in 106 super-charged megabytes of NEO GEO power! Someone called Paon owns the rights to Windjammers since Data East went bust. Honorable Mention: Bust-A-Move, Puzzle Bobble 2, Gururin. I contacted the card manufacturer, they tested the card and said it was perfect, must be the 3DS. @JayJ Ah thats cool, I got a lot of the games on Wii VC as well, I loved the fact it wasn't only Nintendo stuff on there, shame the way their retro output was less on the WiiU and even less now. O_O. Alpha Mission II. Each version has games that I want which is really irritating and in quite a few cases makes no sense to why they were omitted on the other. The King of Fighters 2002 Kizuna Encounter: Super Tag Battle The SNK Neo Geo Mini is a faithful retro game console filled with 40 classic arcade games, but a high price, awkward design, and some strange omissions keep it from must-have status. Mega CD, 32X, 3DO, Jaguar and CDi are some of my favourites to collect for. Wooo boy, that's a BIG difference in games between regions... that's uncalled for. I'm mostly a 90s console guy but am cleaning up my other stuff and filling in the blanks because I'm making a couple of retro games TV/streaming series, one of my own and one as a joint venture with many uk Youtubers. Art of Fighting The controls represent another serious flaw, particularly if you don’t invest in the sold-separately $25 gamepads. But I get it. Last Resort But for anyone else, looking for diversity and more breadth, the Mini’s collection falls very short. Garou: Mark of the Wolves Blue’s Journey Some of these decisions irk me enough that I doubt I will be satisfied, it might just be a source of frustration. Top Hunter: Roddy & Cathy I always wanted a Neo Geo collection, pretty cool how you actually went for it. I feel thoroughly ripped off because I know that at some point in the future it'll happen again and I won't be able to download the games again. CDi only has like 3 games which are even remotely playable tbh but the units themselves and the movies have a weird fascination for me, and of course the Nintendo stuff is worth it from a collector's oddity standpoint. That seems to be the problem with old handhelds that were reliant on built-in rechargeable batteries, but somehow the GBA SP had seemed to prove reliable after all these years. I do love to check out some of the youtube channels that cover old 80's tech simply out of curiosity though, I always found it interesting to see where so many of these platforms got their start. Thankfully most of the "must play" pc games of that era have been updated for new hardware and put on GoG, or at the very least can be played with Dos box.

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