After a few additional months of waiting, SNK Corporation is finally ready to bring the critically-acclaimed fighting game Samurai Shodown to Nintendo Switch platforms in February. SNK made the announcement today via a press release that it will finally begin rolling out Samurai Shodown on Switch next month on February 25, 2020. This marks one of
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There’s no doubt about it that Samurai Shodown is one of the year’s best fighting games but as of now, SNK’s latest entry is only available on PS4 and Xbox One. Fortunately, the game will soon be coming to the Switch and we now have a better idea of just when that port will be arriving.
SNK’s Samurai Shodown is just over a month away from launch; in fact, its PS4 and Xbox One release date was just moved up to June 25. As we approach its release, the developers are making sure they highlight all the different fighters players will be able to use at launch. While previous trailers have
I have played my fair share of fighting games in my life. Admittedly though, that “fair share” hardly deviates from the known quantities. I’m talking about the numerous Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, and Tekken games that have graced our consoles for years. Sometimes I’ll get crazy and check out something like Guilty Gear Xrd Rev