Neo Geo X Gold Available Now In USA and Europe

Neo Geo X Gold Available Now In USA and Europe

After countless rumors, delays and contradictory news, the Neogeo X Gold has finally a release date, which is, surprisingly enough, today, December 18.

The Neo Geo X is a handheld console produced by Tommo and licensed by SNK Playmore: the console was first confirmed earlier this year to be a portable version of the classic Neo Geo console. The handheld can run games based on the Neo Geo AES/MVS hardware: 20 games are already installed on the console, while other games can be purchased on memory cards.

The Neo Geo X Gold bundle also includes a docking station for the console and a Neo Geo AES joystick which can be used as the controller. Originally the bundle was rumored to be priced at 800$: luckly the bundle is officially priced at 200$. Included with the console are the following games:

  • 3 Count Bout
  • Alpha Mission II
  • Art of Fighting
  • Baseball Stars II
  • Cyber-Lip
  • Fatal Fury
  • Fatal Fury Special
  • King of Fighters ’95
  • King of the Monsters
  • Last Resort
  • League Bowling
  • Magician Lord
  • Metal Slug
  • Mutation Nation
  • NAM-1975
  • Puzzled
  • Real Bout Fatal Fury
  • Samurai Showdown II
  • Super Sidekicks
  • World Heroes Perfect

The Console is currently available for purchase in online retailers like Amazon, Walmart, and GameStop in North America. It will finally become available in Europe later today. Get ready to live again some of that 90s arcade action will all loved on the go.

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