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Dreamcast gets a proper send-off

NeoGeo publisher to port The King of Fighters 2000

As previously reported, after months of tension the Dreamcast is finally to be laid to rest later this month in Europe with the release of its final five games. However, GameSpot is reporting that NeoGeo publisher Playmore Corporation (nothing to do with Microsoft's Xbox advertising, by the by) is planning to port The King of Fighters 2000 to the system. Ignore the '2000' moniker, because SNK's fighters are timeless classics. KoF 2000 was one of the company's last arcade releases before its unfortunate demise, and Playmore's port of the game will be available in Japan shortly. So, if you're a Dreamcast owner there may be one last game to look forward to from the late, great Granddaddies of the beat 'em up genre themselves. That sounds like a better swansong than Free Style Scooter, anyway. Related Feature - The Last Days of Dreamcast

Source - GameSpot

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