The King of Fighters is getting a CG animated series. Titled The King of Fighters: Destiny, it’s starting this spring in China. No word if and when it will hit other regions.
I guess we can all be friends now.
Back in August, Kotaku reported that SNK Playmore was taking Square Enix to court because High Score Girl, a manga Square Enix published, allegedly featured SNK characters without permission. Today, Square Enix announced it was now suing SNK.
Something to get out of the way: I hate virtual joysticks. Hate them. That being said, I liked The King of Fighters-i, virtual joystick and all.
Atlus narrows down the fall North American release for the console version of The King of Fighters XIII today, promising console-exclusive characters, stages, and game modes galore. Until then, expect screenshots and trailers galore, much like these.
Available now for the iPhone in Japan, The King of Fighters I delivers three-on-three team fights and one-on-one battles between 14 different fighters, with SNK Playmore promising six additional characters by October. Read all about it at Adriasang.
Atlus is bringing King of Fighters XIII to North America this holiday season, which means for the rest of the year we'll be subjected to screenshots of high-def Mai Shiranui. Life is good.
This LEGO-fied version of the infamous Metal Slug from SNK's series of the same name is more than just a rad brick-based recreation of the tank. It features amazing handling.
The Xbox 360 version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 has had a curious side effect on a handful of Live Arcade games. Infinity Ward's modern military shooter is unlocking the full versions of five SNK games for free.
SNK Playmore is going to keep this King of Fighters thing going, unveiling the latest version, The King of Fighters XIII, in Tokyo this week. The most notable addition? The return of Mai Shiranui, the series' bosomy fan (service) favorite.
So Samurai Shodown Sen is coming to the North American Xbox 360 this spring, courtesy of XSEED. What's that going to look like?
Originally slated for release last November as Samurai Shodown: Edge of Destiny, the 11th game in SNK's weapons fighting franchise will be released this spring in North America as Samurai Shodown Sen for the Xbox 360.
This year is the 15th Anniversary of fighting game franchise The King of Fighters. To mark the occasion, developer SNK unleashes a "rebirth" for the series, The King of Fighters XII.
.html Of all of the shots of the original The King of Fighters '94 to show off in this trailer for the latest version, Ignition had to go with a Mai Shiranui shot.
No longer is The King of Fighters XII scheduled for "Summer 2009" in North America. No longer will its release date be shuffled. It will arrive on these shores July 28th.
Sure, we could have edited the slate ourselves, but then how would we preserve the excitement? Simply telling you about it? That never works. The little date code at the beginning of this "Triumph of Combat" video shall be preserved in its entirety, to show the world just how thrilled Ignition and company are to have…
Thirteen classic SS characters and eleven newcomers gather in this latest entry to do battle with the villainous Golba, rendered in high-resolution 3D, which means we also get high-resolution decapitations and dismemberment, and isn't that what video games are all about?