Twinkle Star Sprites
Twinkle Star Sprites is a scrolling shooter game for the PlayStation 2.
NEOGEO X Classics: Volume I
NEOGEO X Classics: Volume I will bring action fans the shoot 'em up classics of Metal Slug, Sengoku, and Top Hunter all on one NEOGEO X Game Card.
Shock Troopers is a run-and-gun shooting game featuring 8 mercenaries who face a huge terrorist organization.
Samurai Shodown V Special
The fifth Samurai Shodown game is being updated with more playable characters for this "special" edition.
Metal Slug 5
Playmore is working on another entry in the Metal Slug shooter series.
Samurai Shodown V
Samurai Shodown V is a port of the classic NeoGeo arcade fighting game of the same name. In this fifth installment, you can play as one of dozens of animated Japanese characters to discover combos and special moves.
SVC Chaos: SNK vs. Capcom
Not only does SVC Chaos simply not play particularly well by the standards of 2D fighting games, but also the game's implementation of Xbox Live support is flawed.
Power Instinct Matrimelee
Shin Gouketuji Ichizoku is the next game in the 2D fighting series, Power Instinct.
The King of Fighters 2002
SNK Playmore brings the next King of Fighters to the Xbox.
Rage of the Dragons
This NeoGeo fighting game will be the successor to the original Double Dragon fighting game on the NeoGeo.
Metal Slug 4
Metal Slug 4 will take place in the not-too-distant future of the year 200X, and in the game, four heroes are dispatched to oppose a military upheaval.
The King of Fighters 2001
Spend some time with it and you'll eventually realize that it's one of the deepest, most technical 2D fighting games ever made.
Metal Slug 3
Metal Slug 3 brings its signature run 'n' gun shooting action to Xbox LIVE Arcade.
The King of Fighters 2000
SNK's arcade fighter is making one more run on the Dreamcast.
Garou: Mark of the Wolves
The classic descendant of Fatal Fury arrives on Xbox Live Arcade.
The King of Fighters '99
The King of Fighters '99 for the PlayStation is a fairly good port in and of itself, especially considering the limitations of the aging PlayStation hardware.