Following the reveal of the 2v2 fighter SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy on Switch, SNK and NIS America announced that it is also headed to PS4. It appears matches are won by performing a Dream Finish technique when your opponent is low on health. Spectate on other battles online, and wage on who you think will win using in-game points. Those winnings can be spent to buy voice clips and other cosmetic accessories that will let players customize their characters.
Play as iconic heroines from SNK's history in a new, two-on-two tag-team fighting game. Players can participate in a four-multiplayer frenzy online or with friends! As a spiritual successor to SNK Gals' Fighters for the Neo Geo, SNK Heroines will continue on in the same tradition. One of the competitors will be Yuri Sakazaki from ACA NEOGEO Art of Fighting 2, which launches today in Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch. Since coordination is key to combat, players will have to familiarize themselves with each ladies special abilities while customizing their leading ladies with over 100 different accessories to choose from. Since then, the only times a SNK fighting game arrived on a Nintendo console was either in the form of a collection or as a stand-alone on the virtual console.
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