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SNK Playmore To Debut New Neo Geo Pocket

Posted on Wednesday, January 25 @ 08:20:34 PST by

SNK Playmore must have heard that Sony was using "NGP" as the name of their portable for a while there, and they decided to throw down, old-school style.

In a move that will surely make Kevin Schaller explode with joy, SNK Playmore is to announce a new Neo Geo portable, dubbed the Neo Geo Keitai. Our very own Heath Hindman told me that 'Keitei' could be referring to a cell phone, but since SNK has yet to officially announce the device, it's not yet clear if there are any cell phone-like capabilities, or if it's referring to the size, shape, and appearance of the device.

The Neo Geo Keitei looks a lot like a sideways iPhone, with a circle pad and face buttons. But despite its small size, this bad boy plays big games, and will come pre-loaded with 20 Neo Geo classic titles. It'll also play such classics like Metal Slug, Fatal Fury, King of the Fighters, and Samuari Showdown.

Want to learn more about the original gangsta NGP? Read Kevin's Retro Revolution.


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