New SNK fighting game focuses just on the heroines

Alfred Osborne
January 13, 2018

The two-on-two fighting game is coming to Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 this summer, SNK and publisher NIS America announced today.

The game will feature a one-button fighting mechanic and a special finishing move known as the Dream Finish.

In the Nintendo Direct Mini that was released today, we got the first look at SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy for the Switch. Once your opponent is on the ropes, utilize your Dream Finish technique to win the match!

SNK Heroines Tag Team Frenzy
SNK Heroines Tag Team Frenzy SNK NIS America

As the name suggests this is an all-female tag team fighting game starring the various female characters from SNK's Art of Fighting and King of Fighters franchises. SNK Heroines will give players the options to fight and customize your fighters with a wide variety of items and costumes that can be used in match. Players can participate in a four-multiplayer frenzy online or with friends!

An Iconic Cast of SNK's Female Characters! One of the competitors will be Yuri Sakazaki from Art of Fighting 2. As a spiritual successor to SNK Gals' Fighters for the Neo Geo, SNK Heroines will continue on in the same tradition. Since coordination is key to combat, players will have to familiarize themselves with each ladies special abilities while customizing their leading ladies with over 100 different accessories to choose from.

However, now it looks like things are changing and perhaps indicating that KOFXIV or future titles might head there as well.

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