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Metal Slug X was developed by SNK Corporation, produced in 1999, initially for Playstation (it was later released for Arcade, mobile, Playstation 2 and PC via Steam). And another version of Metal Slug 2, only for Playstation.
Cadillacs and Dinosaurs is an arcade beat 'em up game released in 1993 by Capcom and based on the Xenozoic Tales by Mark Schultz.
Captain Commando is an arcade game created by Capcom in 1991, the main character is Captain Commando. It is a game in the beat 'em up style that takes place in the subway city in the year 2026.
The King of Fighters '96 is a game made in 1996 by the game maker SNK. It is the third game in the series The King of Fighters and the second in the second saga of this series, the Orochi saga.
Street Fighter III 3rd Strike: (ス ト リ ー ト フ ァ イ タ ー Ⅲ サ ー ド ス ト ラ イ ク Fight for the Future) Fighting for the Future is a competitive 2D fighting game produced by Capcom originally released for Arcade in 1999 was ported to the Dreamcast, PlayStation 2 and Xbox. The online download version entitled Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike Online Edition was released on PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade in August 2011.
Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter (マ ー ヴ ル ス ス ー パ ー ヒ ー ロ ー ズ ズ ズ ズ ズ ズ リ リ ー ト ト ァ ァ ー ー ー?) It is the fourth licensed fighting game of Marvel Comics produced by Capcom (see Marvel vs series Capcom). It is a sequel to X-Men game vs. Street Fighter, which replaced the characters of the X-Men: Childrens of Atom characters in the game Marvel Super Heroes. In an attempt to correct some problems of the previous game (X-Men vs Street Fighter), the engine of the game was changed, although aesthetically the game follows the same line. Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter was released for Arcade in 1997 for the Sega Saturn in 1998 and in 1999 Playstation.
The King of Fighters '98: The Slugfest is a game made in 1998 by the electronic game maker SNK, current SNK Playmore.
Samurai Showdown is the popular name of a long series of video games of battle between two armed characters (with swords or another instrument) released by the company SNK, a Japanese video game company founded in July 1978 by Eikichi Kawasaki. The characters of this saga of video games are of different nationalities: Japanese, Americans, Europeans, etc., and is originally set in the world of the late eighteenth century.
The King Of Fighters 2002 Challenge To Ultimate Battle is an arcade fighting game released by eolith in 2002. It is the ninth game in the saga The King of Fighters and is the second and last The King of Fighters developed by Eolith.
Like The King of Fighters '98, this game is a "Dream Combat" with characters from all the previous The King of Fighters, including those who died during the story. Canonical history continues in The King of Fighters 2003. It is also rumored that it is the fourth and final part of the Rugal Bernstein saga, which like its predecessors The King Of Fighters '95 and The King Of Fighters '98 it remains in its Omega Rugal state.
Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes or simply known as "Marvel Vs. Capcom" or "MVC" is the third game in the series of crossovers between the Marvel and Capcom companies. For the game many classic characters of the company like Strider Hiryu or Captain Commando are rescued.
This game is one of the first to use battles of 2 characters against 2 simultaneously. In addition to having the possibility of a better gameplay than the previous games of the Saga.
SVC Chaos: SNK vs. Capcom is a fighting game from SNK. When developed by another company, it has many differences with respect to the games made by Capcom (Capcom vs. SNK and Capcom vs. SNK 2). It appeared first for arcade and later in the home systems Neo-Geo, Playstation 2 and Xbox.
Garou: Mark of the Wolves (餓狼 MARK OF THE WOLVES or Garō Māku obu za Uruvusu in Japanese) is a videogame of fights of the Fatal Fury saga published by the company SNK in 1999 for the Neo Geo system.
It is the ninth and last chapter of the Fatal Fury saga, and is characterized by both a renewal in characters as well as in game modes within the saga.
Mortal Kombat (abbreviated MK) is the first videogame of the Mortal Kombat saga and the second in the chronology of its history, was released in 1992 from the hands of Midway Games for Arcade.
Mortal Kombat presented 5 buttons, two for the fists and two for the kicks (both high and low), and a lock button. The blockade was special because other games of the genre used a system that involved holding the lever back. In Mortal Kombat, keeping the lever back, the character could be moved backwards, but even in that position they could counterattack. A barrier was created between the players, those experienced in the Mortal Kombat system and those adapted to the Street Fighter system.
Mortal Kombat II (commonly abbreviated as MKII) is a competitive fighting game initially produced by Midway Games on arcade machines during 1993 and then ported to multiple home systems, including computers or video game consoles such as the Sega Genesis. The game is part of the so-called «Kolección Arcade» with the original game and Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, this collection has been put together to form games like Mortal Kombat Trilogy or Arcade Kollection.
Mortal Kombat 3 (MK3) is the third video game and the fourth installment of the saga, was released on March 10, 1995 by Midway Games for the Arcade console, was released after the success of his predecessor, Mortal Kombat II, and with it a great barrier to overcome, so it included an additional button for the characters to advance faster.
Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 (abbreviated UMK3) is the fourth game of the saga, although it is only the update of the third installment, which was released for Arcade by Midway Games in 1996. This version introduced new fighters, scenarios, codes, hidden characters and game modes. This version of Mortal Kombat 3 was possibly the version that Midway initially wanted to ship but did not have enough production time.
For those who are frequent Prototype players, they know that playing with a lot of people is very good, but better when it is with friends!
Every Friday from 8pm (Argentina) / 5PM (Mexico), the bets and bets are assembled in the Prototype rooms. Most of the scores are broadcast live by Live Stream. They are also recorded and published inYouTube and TwitchTV.
During the week are also organized between friends and "friendly" international (EESN). Visit our group of Casual Matches. Click here to enter.
If you are bored, do not hesitate, come and play with us, we are waiting for you!
Prototype was created for everyone participate in e-sports tournaments and avoid congesting the rooms of other emulators, and why not ?! play with your friends !! It was created for you, Prototype is yours. Have fun = D
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