SAMURAI SHODOWN

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DATE RELEASED [PS3] 2010.12.21
[PSP] 2011.02.01

PRICE [PS3] $8.99
[PSP] $6.99
GENRE Fighting
PLATFORM PS3 / PSP
PLAYER 1-2 players

GAME OVERVIEW

SAMURAI SHODOWN, precursor of weapon based versus fighting games, is proud to arrive on NEOGEO Station! This game was very popular all over the world with its fights between samurai, ninjas and foreign warriors, and its playability giving priority to kill your opponent in one hit. Featuring a “Rage gauge” which fills by receiving damage, and intense “close fights” by pushing buttons consecutively, SAMURAI SHODOWN is a timeless masterpiece.

SPECIAL GAME FEATURES

Memorial title called as the precursor of the weapon based versus fighting games!

SAMURAI SHODOWN, eternal masterpiece with characters fighting each other with weapons, was the first to settle the concept of "weapon based versus fighting games". This game, first episode of the SAMURAI SHODOWN series, fascinated many people that had no interest in versus fighting games until then with its balanced game giving priority to the destructive power of each attack and a particular atmosphere combining feudal Japan and fantasy!

12 fighters rise up to defeat Amakusa Shiro!

As well as the hero Haohmaru and Nakoruru which became a representative character thereafter, 12 fighters such as samurais, ninjas and foreign warriors cross swords and face against each other in the feudal Japan of samurais! Fight now in order to Amakusa Shiro who resuscitated to plunge the current world into the darkness!!

Attention to the "Rage gauge" and bombs-true fights don't allow inattention!

Fights are very intense and thrilling with the "Rage gauge" that allows reversal of the situations even after have received damages and the hikyaku (delivery man) that drops bombs and items during versus fights! You must fight until the end!!

Compatible with Online game(PS3™)and Adhoc mode(PSP®)!

The PS3™ system version enables online cooperative play through the PlayStation®Network and the PSP® system version cooperative play between PSP® system users through wireless LAN (ad hoc mode)!

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