Samurai Shodown Launching on PlayStation 4 in Japan

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1993 is returning in the form of Samurai Shodown, which is to be released on the PlayStation 4 on December 8, sadly only available on the Japanese PlayStation Store at this time. The game, like most old fighting games, includes 12 different characters in its roster. It will cost 823 yen.

Although a western release of the game has in fact been announced, SNK and Hamster have not announced any further details, including price and date.

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