NeoGeo Mini Confirmed
It is now time ladies, gentlemen, and otherkin for some gaming news that will tickle framerate. Announced today is a full confirmation of the NeoGeo Mini with both overseas and domestic versions showcased.
“NEOGEO mini” is a game machine with 40 built-in masterpieces and masterpiece titles from among the varied lineup of the game platform “NEOGEO” born in 1990. The game machine body has a 3.5-inch liquid crystal display and you can enjoy your favorite game without connecting it to the TV monitor. It is a compact size to ride in the palm, and the exterior design is prepared in two types: the Japanese version (sold in Japan, Asia region) and the overseas version (sold in North America, Europe, and other regions). The Japanese version was designed with blue, white, red color scheme, with the motif of NEOGEO’s arcade cabinet which appeared in the 1990’s. An overseas version is a simple, modern design based on black, white, blue.
Welp as you all know from last week we posted about the rumors that were first established by Spawn Wave, but I wasn’t expecting information to drop so soon. Either way lets take a gander at both overseas and domestic versions.
I do like the Japanese version more with its vibrant color scheme, but we all know that many of us are crafty enough to customize or just get your hands on the overseas versions which will be simple to do. So now we shall take a look at the products details.
- Product name: NEOGEO mini (Neo Geo Mini)
- Number of titles included: 40 Title
- Liquid crystal size: 3.5 inch
- Dimensions / Weight: W135 mm × D 108 mm × H 162 mm / 600 g
- Accessory: Power cable and connectors: HDMI terminal (for TV output), headphone jack, an external controller terminal 2 ×
This is all commemorating SNK’s 40th anniversary and I am all for that. As of right now expect details on pricing and release date in the near future and I hope you check back here when more details are released. – Beast Out –
Source| SNK Japan
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