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An interesting reading for SNK's fans

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http://www.gamespot....9278/index.html

Is related to the history of SNK, lot of things i din't know.

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other sources tell GameSpot that SNK vs. Capcom: SVC Chaos likely will not be coming to the PlayStation 2 in North America. Another of SNK Playmore's games, Samurai Shodown 5, is also in doubt for the PS2 stateside, but SNK is tweaking the game and will apparently resubmit it to SCEA for approval<--too bad

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And companies wonder why people get the roms of so many games instead of buying the actual thing. Some people would actually buy the real thing, IF IT WAS AVAILABLE.

That is alright. Microsoft will get it, most likely release it in North America (Metal slug 3 is getting superb treatment) and steal some of Sony's thunder. Perhaps after doing this a few times, Sony will wisen up.

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anyone know if the "hyper neo geo 64" is emulated?

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Nope. Considering there werent many good games for it, i doubt it will ever be emulated anytime in the near future. It just doesnt seem to be a high priority.

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Holy crap this is a long read! I have been reading for 30 minutes already, and I am on page 15 barely! I will inform you all of when I am done.

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after reading bits and pieces of the article, i was wonderin when was the exact time that emulation of neogeo started? well not exact time but u kno, how long ago was it? :lol:

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safe guess would be around 1998 to early 1999.

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I'd say somewhere around 1998, since the first NeoRAGE (not NeoRAGEx) was released around that time. And it was the first Neo-Geo emulator.

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I like this part of the interview:

GS: This next one is a touchy subject, but I couldn't think of a better point to ask about it. There are software emulators that allow people to play NeoGeo games on their PCs. Often, new NeoGeo releases are dumped and playable on these emulators just days after they come out in the arcade. On the Internet, you can't read too far on a message board before someone professes that they're playing SNK's latest arcade release on their computer. What is SNK's position on this phenomenon, and is the company doing anything to curb it?

BH: There are too many--we can't go after everyone--but we pursue legal action as best we can. Like the music and movie industries, we disapprove.

GS: Does SNK have a position on the use of ROM files to play older NeoGeo games, such as Magician Lord, Fatal Fury, and other games from the early 1990s?

BH: Again, we disapprove.


They disapprove of it :lol:

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They'll try to silence us, but we will prevail. :mrgreen:




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