PC users getting it on June 11 via the Epic Games Store and June 18 via Steam. The EGS version will be free from June 11 to June 18, while console owners will be able to play it on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Switch on July 28.
What is more is it will be entirely free on the Epic Games Store from June 11th at 11am to June 18th, 11am (EDT) ! #StayHome #SNK #EpicGames #SamShohttps://t.co/4ekk9iIHbi pic.twitter.com/atxbUtT9IZ — SNK GLOBAL (@SNKPofficial) May 27, 2020
- Samurai Shodown (1993)
- Samurai Shodown II
- Samurai Shodown III
- Samurai Shodown IV: Amakusa’s Revenge
- Samurai Shodown V
- Samurai Shodown V Special
- Samurai Shodown V Perfect
Samurai Shodown released on the NeoGeo in 1993, followed by its sequel Samurai Shodown II in 1994, and the series became a trilogy in 1995 with Samurai Shodown III. Soon after Samurai Shodown IV: Amakusa’s Revenge came in 1996, and seven years later Samurai Shodown V was released in 2003, with Samurai Shodown V Special releasing the following year in 2004. Never before released to the public, Samurai Shodown V Perfect is a mysterious final version of Samurai Shodown V that is the stuff of legends to SNK fans. Players can select between either Japanese or English MVS arcade versions for each title. Additionally, there are features such as scanlines for that retro flair, save functions, and arcade mode can even be set to “Free Mode” meaning no more game overs!
Over 2,000 files ranging from illustrations to classic tracks! Get ready to dive into the museum that’s overflowing with history.
Spirited duels with swordsmen all over the world!
Get paired up with warriors of a similar level with Ranked Match, or just blow some steam off on Casual Match. Invite your friends (or foes) for a beat-down in Challenge Friend. Take on Samurai Shodown fans across the world with the push of a button.
The music player boasts an impressive 200-plus track list.
Relive the excitement of the Samurai Shodown series by listening to its wonderful soundtracks. There are over 200 tracks to choose from spanning six titles in the Music Player found inside the museum.