SNK 40th Anniversary Collection Announced for PlayStation 4, With 24 Games

By Sam Quirke, 7 months ago
If the near-daily ACA NEOGEO titles just aren't going far back enough for you, this should be welcome news. The SNK 40th Anniversary Collection is coming to PlayStation 4 in just a few short months, bringing 24 arcade classics. NIS America announced the news and have invited players to share their first gaming memories with some of the included titles.



The collection has already been released on the Nintendo Switch and the PlayStation 4 version is expected to include the same titles. Both arcade and console versions of some games will be available as well as personal leaderboards. All the mod-cons will be there too, including saves and rewinds. The PlayStation 4 version will include 4K resolution and redesigned control schemes to suit a modern pad. As you might expect there will be a Museum Mode exploring the storied history of SNK.

The list of games on PS4 has not been confirmed, but here's what was on the Switch version — it launched with 13 games with 11 more added in a later free update.

  • Alpha Mission (arcade and home versions)
  • Athena (arcade and home versions)
  • Crystalis
  • Ikari Warriors (arcade and home versions)
  • Ikari III: The Rescue (arcade and home versions)
  • Guerrilla War (arcade and home versions)
  • P.O.W. (arcade and home versions)
  • Prehistoric Isle in 1930
  • Psycho Soldier
  • Street Smart
  • T.N.K. III (arcade and home versions)
  • Vanguard
  • Victory Road (arcade and home versions)
  • Chopper I
  • Fantasy
  • Munch Mobile
  • Sasuke vs. Commander
  • Time Soldiers
  • Bermuda Triangle
  • Paddle Mania
  • Ozma Wars
  • Beast Busters
  • SAR: Search and Rescue
  • World Wars
SNK 40th Anniversary Collection will release on PlayStation 4 in North America on March 19th.

We've got the full list of SNK 40th Anniversary Collection trophies - check the list for guides to unlocking them.
Sam Quirke
Written by Sam Quirke
Sam has been gaming long enough to know the pain of a failed DOS install on the fifth floppy disc. When not hopelessly lost in the latest open-world epic, Sam is busy devouring books of all genres or trading Pokémon with his wife.