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YouTube account Nintendo Hall captured almost 15 minutes of gameplay of SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy with Street Fighter character Skullo Mania. You can watch the footage below.

NIS America is introducing two more of the games included in SNK 40th Anniversary Collection. Alpha Mission and Vanguard will be represented among over a dozen titles in the package.

Here’s the rundown on both:

NIS America has revealed the next DLC fighter for SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy. Street Fighter EX, appearing form Street Fighter EX, will be available in the game.

Here’s a brief overview and trailer:

In a recent issue of Famitsu, developers from SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy were brought in to discuss the new fighter. Art director Yusuke Amano, sound director Mayuko Hino, and director Kaito Soranaka participated in the talk.

We’ve prepared a complete transcript of the interview, which goes over how the team went about choosing characters, including a female version of Terry Bogard, interest in making sequels, and much more. You can read it below. 

Thanks to Amazon, we’re able to get a look at the boxart for SNK 40th Anniversary Collection. Get a look at it above.


SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy has added in Thief Arthur as a new character. Get a look at some footage of the DLC below.

NIS America is introducing two more games for the SNK 40th Anniversary Collection: Street Smart and Prehistoric Isle. In addition to a new trailer, we have a couple of overviews for both titles below.

SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy was originally going to offer Thief Arthur as DLC on September 13. However, NIS America has announced that it will now arrive between the dates of September 19 or September 20 depending on your region.

Version 1.10 is also coming next week. This will include arcade stick support and the locked data for the Thief Arthur DLC.

System: Switch
Release date: September 7, 2018
Developer: SNK
Publisher: NIS America

SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy takes the powerful female stars of the King of Fighters franchise and gives them a game all to themselves, bringing together an illustrious cast of fan favorites while retaining smooth and flashy gameplay. Although familiar in its presentation and charismatic roster of fighters, the game is a little different from its mainline King of Fighters counterparts by making it extremely accessible to newcomers or casual players of the genre, while also being a fun pick-me-up for seasoned players. Accessibility comes with sacrifice, however, making just about every character’s move-set slim and uneventful, with most of the roster feeling similar in their fighting styles.

SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy is now available in North America, so Nintendo and SNK have supplied two more trailers commemorating the launch of the 2 vs 2 fighting game. Check out the footage below.