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  • SNK (właś. sram na klaty) - znany tyracz polaczków z bujnym wąsem Grafika:Cool.gif. Jedna z kluczowych postaci Klotzen SS.
  • thumb SNK Corporation (SNK significa Shin Nihon Kikaku, Nuevo Proyecto Japonés) es una empresa de videojuegos japonesa creada a partir de la unión de las empresas SNK japonesa y Playmore surcoreana. SNK ha creado videojuegos como Metal Slug, Fatal Fury, Art of Fighting y The King of Fighters, todos ellos para Neo-Geo.
  • FROLINE !!!!!
  • SNK Corporation is a Japanese video game hardware and software company. SNK is an acronym of Shin Nihon Kikaku (新日本企画). The company's legal and trading name became SNK in 1986. The original SNK was founded in Higashiosaka, Osaka, Japan, in July 22, 1978 by Eikichi Kawasaki, and existed until October 30, 2001. Anticipating the end of his first company, Kawasaki founded the company Playmore Corporation in August 1, 2001, which in July 7, 2003 became SNK Playmore Corporation. Due to this strong resemblance to the previous company both in name and identity, SNK Playmore is sometimes referred to simply as SNK.
  • SNK Corporation is a Japanese video game hardware and software company. SNK is an acronym of Shin Nihon Kikaku (新日本企画), Japanese for "New Japan Project", which was SNK's original name. The company's legal and trading name became SNK in 1986. On April 25, 2016 SNK dropped "Playmore" name from its logo and reintroduced its original slogan, "The Future Is Now", as a means to signify "a return to SNK's rich gaming history". On December 1, 2016, SNK Playmore officially changed its corporate name to SNK[1].
  • SNK is the hero of the 1990 NES video-game Crystalis. The character is in fact a blank slate meant to be named by the player but left to default the name will automatically fill in the name as SNK, named after the production company. SNK goes on a journey to save the world from the evil ruler Draygon at the behest of Four Sages Zebu, Asina, Tornel and Kensu. As SNK's quest has been prophesied a sword called "Crystalis", with power over the elements has been saved for him. To ensure Draygon could not steal the blade it was magically divided up into four blades, each with power over a different element, and hidden by sages, wise-men, queens and various other people of significance awaiting the land's prophetic hero. In order to defeat Draygon SNK must find each sword, master each one's power
  • The original SNK was founded in Osaka, Japan, in July 1978 by Eikichi Kawasaki, and existed until October 30, 2001. Anticipating the end of his first company, Kawasaki founded the company Playmore in August 2001, which in 2003 became SNK Playmore. Due to this strong resemblance to the previous company both in name and identity, SNK Playmore is sometimes referred to simply as SNK. The corporation officially returned as 'SNK' in December of 2016, after having dropped 'Playmore' from their logo earlier that year.
  • SNK, an acronym for Shin Nihon Kikaku (新日本企画, Japanese for "New Japan Project"), is one of the better known video game companies. Besides developing arcade games dating back to 1978, SNK is also responsible for the Neo Geo home console, as well as the short-lived Hyper Neo Geo 64 and portable Neo Geo Pocket. The company's legal and trading name became SNK in 1986. It also possesses a unique story of collapse and rebirth: After things started to look bad in the beginning of 2000, SNK was forced to declare bankruptcy and sold many of its rights to various companies... but eventually, with hard work and effort, its CEO, Eikichi Kawasaki, eventually gathered up many of its former rights and rebuilt SNK, now named SNK Playmore.
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  • Wanderer, Swordsmen
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  • Slumbering Hero, The Unfrozen Hero, The Hero of prophesy
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  • Slaying monsters, Helping villagers
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  • Sword skill, Endurance, Various enchanted items, Regeneration, Teleportation, Telepathy, Shapeshifting
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  • Free the land from Draygon
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  • Shin Nihon Kikaku, SNK
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Descripción
  • SNK Wiki es un proyecto de Fandom que tiene como objetivo reunir información relacionada con la empresa SNK Playmore; videojuegos, personajes, anime, personal y demás.
Fundado
  • 9
Titles
  • All Metal Slug titles with the exception of the first and fourth installments
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  • 250
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  • Osaka, Japan
Fundador
  • DarkQuestion
Estado
  • Abandonada
Website
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  • SNK .png
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  • SNK Wiki
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  • SNK (właś. sram na klaty) - znany tyracz polaczków z bujnym wąsem Grafika:Cool.gif. Jedna z kluczowych postaci Klotzen SS.
  • SNK, an acronym for Shin Nihon Kikaku (新日本企画, Japanese for "New Japan Project"), is one of the better known video game companies. Besides developing arcade games dating back to 1978, SNK is also responsible for the Neo Geo home console, as well as the short-lived Hyper Neo Geo 64 and portable Neo Geo Pocket. The company's legal and trading name became SNK in 1986. It also possesses a unique story of collapse and rebirth: After things started to look bad in the beginning of 2000, SNK was forced to declare bankruptcy and sold many of its rights to various companies... but eventually, with hard work and effort, its CEO, Eikichi Kawasaki, eventually gathered up many of its former rights and rebuilt SNK, now named SNK Playmore. SNK is mostly known for its fighting games and was once the biggest rival of Capcom in that field; this rivalry was embodied in the SNK vs. Capcom crossover series. Their fighting game bosses have a reputation for being extremely harder than their rival companies' counterparts, thus making them the Trope Namers for SNK Boss. To casual observers, SNK's 2D fighters were mere imitators of the Street Fighter series, but this is not the case. The combat systems are totally different, with SNK's Art of Fighting series introducing the whole concept of the super special move that would go onto to become a fighting game staple. Also, although both employed luxuriously rich, detailed 2D visuals, SNK's backgrounds were more expressive, and often filled with comic touches. It's also worth pointing out that staff have switched between the Capcom and SNK camps over the years, with original Street Fighter creators Takashi Nishiyama and Hiroshi Matsumoto going onto to work at SNK, notably creating the KOF and Fatal Fury series, while famed illustrator Shinkiro as well as lesser known Senri Kita started at SNK but now work for Capcom. Daisuke Ishiwatari, known best for his work on Guilty Gear and Blaz Blue, was also employed under SNK as part of the team developing The Last Blade. If you look at his work (and sometimes squint), you can see more than a few Shout Outs to SNK's properties.
  • SNK is the hero of the 1990 NES video-game Crystalis. The character is in fact a blank slate meant to be named by the player but left to default the name will automatically fill in the name as SNK, named after the production company. SNK goes on a journey to save the world from the evil ruler Draygon at the behest of Four Sages Zebu, Asina, Tornel and Kensu. As SNK's quest has been prophesied a sword called "Crystalis", with power over the elements has been saved for him. To ensure Draygon could not steal the blade it was magically divided up into four blades, each with power over a different element, and hidden by sages, wise-men, queens and various other people of significance awaiting the land's prophetic hero. In order to defeat Draygon SNK must find each sword, master each one's power and reform Crystalis while taking the fight to Draygon's territory whenever possible.
  • thumb SNK Corporation (SNK significa Shin Nihon Kikaku, Nuevo Proyecto Japonés) es una empresa de videojuegos japonesa creada a partir de la unión de las empresas SNK japonesa y Playmore surcoreana. SNK ha creado videojuegos como Metal Slug, Fatal Fury, Art of Fighting y The King of Fighters, todos ellos para Neo-Geo.
  • FROLINE !!!!!
  • SNK Corporation is a Japanese video game hardware and software company. SNK is an acronym of Shin Nihon Kikaku (新日本企画), Japanese for "New Japan Project", which was SNK's original name. The company's legal and trading name became SNK in 1986. The original SNK was founded in Osaka, Japan, in July 22, 1978 by Eikichi Kawasaki, and existed until October 22, 2001. Anticipating the end of his first company, Kawasaki founded the company Playmore in August 1, 2001, which in 2003 became SNK Playmore. Due to this strong resemblance to the previous company both in name and identity, SNK Playmore is sometimes referred to simply as SNK. On April 25, 2016 SNK dropped "Playmore" name from its logo and reintroduced its original slogan, "The Future Is Now", as a means to signify "a return to SNK's rich gaming history". On December 1, 2016, SNK Playmore officially changed its corporate name to SNK[1]. SNK is most notable for creating the Neo-Geo arcade system and several franchises of games derived from it, especially Metal Slug.
  • The original SNK was founded in Osaka, Japan, in July 1978 by Eikichi Kawasaki, and existed until October 30, 2001. Anticipating the end of his first company, Kawasaki founded the company Playmore in August 2001, which in 2003 became SNK Playmore. Due to this strong resemblance to the previous company both in name and identity, SNK Playmore is sometimes referred to simply as SNK. The corporation officially returned as 'SNK' in December of 2016, after having dropped 'Playmore' from their logo earlier that year. SNK is most notable for creating the Neo-Geo arcade system, and several franchises of games including The King of Fighters, Metal Slug, Samurai Shodown and Fatal Fury. SNK also helped publish other games of other companies and franchises including Rage of the Dragons, World Heroes, Spinmaster, and Power Instinct Matrimelee.
  • SNK Corporation is a Japanese video game hardware and software company. SNK is an acronym of Shin Nihon Kikaku (新日本企画). The company's legal and trading name became SNK in 1986. The original SNK was founded in Higashiosaka, Osaka, Japan, in July 22, 1978 by Eikichi Kawasaki, and existed until October 30, 2001. Anticipating the end of his first company, Kawasaki founded the company Playmore Corporation in August 1, 2001, which in July 7, 2003 became SNK Playmore Corporation. Due to this strong resemblance to the previous company both in name and identity, SNK Playmore is sometimes referred to simply as SNK. On April 25th 2016, SNK Playmore offcially rebrands themselves as their original name, SNK, entirely dropping the Playmore name. According to a 4Gamer interview, this was actually decided from votes by all their employees. On December 1, 2016, SNK Playmore officially changed its corporate name to SNK. SNK is most notable for creating the Neo-Geo arcade system, and several franchises of games including The King of Fighters, Metal Slug, Samurai Shodown and Fatal Fury. SNK also helped publish many games including Rage of the Dragons, World Heroes, Ninja Master's and Sengoku along with Double Dragon for the Neo Geo. __TOC__
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