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Prime Gaming Adds Metal Slug 3 And More SNK Games

September 8, 2020

By: Don Parsons

 
 

Prime Gaming and SNK are back again to announce more SNK games are available for Amazon Prime members. This time, there are 8 more SNK games joining the Prime Gaming line up.

Here they are in brief:

  • Garou: Mark of the Wolves
    A 1999 SNK fighting game starring Terry Bogard's protege Rock Howard and is the last entry in the Fatal Fury series.
  • The King of Fighter '97 Gloval Match
  • The King of Fighters '98 Ultimate Match Final Edition
  • The King of Fighters 2002 Unlimited Match
    Three different iterations of SNK's crossover fighting series, with the final versions of each game here featuring different rosters to play with.
  • The Last Blade 2
    A 1998 weapons-based fighter, The Last Blade 2 features 18 fighters with different weapons to use.
  • Metal Slug 3
    A classic run and gun action game featuring hectic action, and beautiful 2d art and sprites
  • Samurai Shodown V Special
    The updated version of Samurai Shodown V Special features 28 characters fighting in Japanese settings
  • Shock Troopers
    Originally an Neogeo MVS game, Shock Troopers is a cult-classic top down action game that is excellent co-op fun.

Want to see what it can all look like? Well, alright here's a trailer:

Like the other SNK games, these will be available for Amazon Prime members to grab until March 2021. With these, there are 22 SNK games for Prime Gaming subscribers to play. If you've missed them in the past, the other 14 games are:

 
 
  • Art of Fighting 2
  • Blazing Star
  • Fatal Fury Special
  • The King of Fighters 2000 
  • The King of Fighters 2002 
  • Pulstar
  • Samurai Shodown II
  • Metal Slug 2 
  • SNK 40th Anniversary Collection 
  • Shock Troopers: 2nd Squad 
  • Baseball Stars 2 
  • Sengoku 3
  • Ironclad 
  • King of Monsters

Prime Gaming is part of Amazon Prime, and available for a 30-day free trial which would give you access to 31 games, the 22 SNK titles, and 9 other games. You can claim them here, if you are a subscriber.

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What do you think of all the SNK games as part of Prime Gaming? Are there too many fighting games there to interest you? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

 

Don Parsons
News Editor

I've been a gamer for years of various types starting with the Sega Genesis and Shining Force when I was young. If I'm not playing video games, I'm often roleplaying, reading, writing, or pondering things brought up by speculative fiction.

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