SNK 40th Anniversary Collection: Free DLC Bundle 1 revealed

Next months, fans of retro games will be able to get the SNK 40th Anniversary Collection on Nintendo Switch: a collection including 13 classics from the early Arcade days of SNK. The collecytion also features various bonuses and additional features, such as a Museum Mode, but also some DLC! In total, no less than 10 additional games will be released, nearly doubling the amount of games in the collection. The best part? It’s completely free!

Yesterday, NIS America revealed the first set of DLC games for the SNK 40th Anniversary, releasing on December 10th. Here’s the 5 games revealed:

Munch Mobile

In Munch Mobile, control a car with a human limb and cruise through various scenic routes to reach your ultimate destination: the garage. Pick up various objects along the way, such as fruit and gas canisters. What a handy vehicle, don’t you think? 


Your sweetheart has been captured and it’s time to get her back in Fantasy! To rescue your loved one, trek through the wild jungles and soar above the sea—seems like nothing can get in between you and Sherry! 

Sasuke vs. Commander

As the title suggests, in Sasuke vs. Commander, you are the legendary shuriken-wielding ninja Sasuke. You must protect your master, the Shogun, against enemy ninja. Fulfill your duty in this classic set in feudal Kyoto!

Chopper I

“Emergency! This is not a drill!” It doesn’t get much more metal than this! Shoot up tanks, ships, planes, and more to defend against enemy troops. See if you’ve got enough firepower to carry out your mission in Chopper I!

Time Soldiers

Traverse through time with the “D-Scanner” to rescue your comrades in Time Soldiers. There’s just one caveat: if you’re not in the correct place in history, you must defeat that era’s boss before making the leap to the right time period your fellow soldier is trapped in. 

Here’s a trailer and some screenshots for those games:

SNK 40th Anniversary Collection (Switch) comes out on November 13th in North America, and November 16th in Europe. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!


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