SNK Vs. Capcom: The Match Of The Millennium Out Now On Nintendo Switch

SNK vs. Capcom: The Match Of The Millennium is out now on Nintendo Switch, and it's cheap.

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Update: SNK has confirmed that SNK vs. Capcom: Match of the Millennium is available now on Nintendo Switch. It's available as part of the Neo Geo Pocket Color Selection and is priced at $7. A trailer is available below.

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The classic SNK fighter SNK vs. Capcom: Match of the Millennium has apparently received a rating for Nintendo Switch by the Gaming Rating and Administration Committee of Korea.

According to the rating, the game is set for everyone 12 years old and up, with the reason being SNK vs. Capcom: Match of the Millennium contains some minor violent expressions. Gematsu notes that the rating suggests the 2D fighter could be the next entry in SNK's Neo Geo Pocket Color Selection on Nintendo Switch, though there's no confirmation of this yet.

SNK vs. Capcom: Match of the Millennium launched in November 1999 for the Neo Geo. It's a crossover 2D fighter featuring 26 characters from various Capcom and SNK games, including the Art of Fighting, Fatal Fury, King of Fighters, Samurai Shodown, and Street Fighter. Eight of the 26 characters are hidden and come from titles such as Darkstalkers and The Last Blade.

The Neo Geo Pocket Color Selection is a series of re-releases of SNK's classic games that dropped on the 16-bit 1999 handheld of the same name, the Neo Geo Pocket Color. Each title in the series can be purchased individually from the Nintendo eShop for $8 USD. While SNK vs. Capcom: Match of the Millennium is likely the next title to arrive in the series, the last game to come out through the Neo Geo Pocket Color Selection was 1999's Fatal Fury: First Contact.

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