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Neo Geo Pocket Color Selection gets a physical release through LRG

NGPC is back

In the late 90s, SNK unleashed the Neo Geo Pocket Color to the world, trying to carve out their turf in a Game Boy Color world. The explosion of Pokémon mania, paired with lack of communication from SNK America and financial troubles, resulted in a short lifespan. Despite only lasting 2 and a half years, the console churned out a bunch of games, many of them well received by critics.

Last month, SNK revealed a new game featuring 10 classics from the era of Neo Geo Pocket Color. Exclusive for the Nintendo Switch, this digital-only game includes some of the best titles the little guy has to offer. They include:

  • SNK Gals’ Fighters, 
  • Samurai Shodown! 2, 
  • King of Fighters R-2, 
  • The Last Blade: Beyond the Destiny, 
  • Fatal Fury First Contact, 
  • SNK vs. Capcom: The Match of the Millennium,
  • Metal Slug 1st Mission
  • Metal Slug 2nd Mission
  • Dark Arms
  • Big Tournament Golf / Neo Turf Masters
Neo Geo Pocket screenshot
Selfiiiiie!

Yesterday, Limited Run Games surprised SNK fans with a physical edition of the Switch game. Two versions of the game will be available: The Standard and Collector’s Edition. The Standard Edition is simply the game in cartridge form, while the Collector’s Edition comes with all sorts of goodies.

Let’s hear it straight from Limited Run Games, shall we?

Ten games, a retrospective book, a two-sided poster, a SteelBook, and classic NEOGEO POCKET-style packaging come together in this awesome Collector’s Edition! Grab yours for the Switch in its four-week pre-order starting April 22 at 12pm ET

Limited Run Games

Here’s a visual representation of what’s included:

Neo Geo Pocket Color Collector's Edition image
That is some pretty packaging

The physical versions of Neo Geo Pocket Color Selection Vol. 1 opens up pre-orders next week. You can get your wallets ready and go on Limited Run Games’ official website when it’s live.

Marcin Gulik

Live and learn everyday. Dreamcast and Shenmue are the epitome of gaming!

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