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How to get over 20 free SNK games with Twitch Prime

Published: 22/May/2020 18:18

by Daniel Cleary


SNK has announced that they will be releasing over twenty of their games to Twitch Prime users for free after partnering with Amazon-owned broadcasting platform. Here’s how you can claim them.

Twitch has partnered with yet another games developer to deliver free rewards to their Prime users, however, this time around they are offering twenty titles completely free.

Following the 30th anniversary of their classic Neo Geo console, SNK Corporation has revealed that they would be sharing some of their hit arcade games after partnering with Twitch.

SNK Games
Classic titles such as ‘Art of Fighting’ will be made available to Twitch Prime users.

The two companies revealed that the games would be released for a limited time in three batches over the summer.

How to claim free SNK games with Twitch Prime

Starting May 26th, Twitch Prime users will be able to claim the first seven titles from the SNK collection, and they have also revealed a look at which games players can expect in the upcoming drop.

As usual, to claim these free games, you will simply need to sign-in or register an account with a Twitch Prime subscription and go to your Loot tab which desktop users can find on the top right of the home page.

You can find a full list of the games included in the first SNK/Twitch Prime drop on May 26 below.

  • Art of Fighting 2 
  • Blazing Star
  • Fatal Fury Special 
  • The King of Fighters 2000 
  • The King of Fighters 2002
  • Pulstar
  • Samurai Showdown II
The first batch of SNK Games will be available in the Twitch Prime Loot tab, starting May 26.

The first bundle consists of five fighting games, including The King of Fighters series as well as two of their classic shooter titles, Blazing Star and Pulstar.

A few games from some of the upcoming drops have also been teased, with heavy hitters like The Last Blade 2, Metal Slug 2, and King of the Monsters, all set to be released for Prime users.

The exact dates for the next two drops are still yet to be confirmed and, with over 22 games in total scheduled to be available over the summer, SNK fans will have plenty of titles to keep themselves entertained.


Pokemon teases “special” announcement for Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade

Published: 23/Nov/2020 22:42

by Brent Koepp


The Pokemon Company has teased an announcement for Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade on November 26. Could the “special” event be information for Detective Pikachu’s sequel, a release date for the upcoming MOBA Unite, or something else?

Since 2001, the Pokemon franchise has been a staple at the annual Thanksgiving Parade event broadcasted live each November. Fans tuning in have been treated to a gigantic balloon featuring the RPG’s beloved yellow mascot, Pikachu.

However, according to a new press release, 2020 is going to be different. This year’s Macy’s event will reportedly feature a performance of Pikachu dancers that will supposedly be tied to a special announcement from the Japanese company.

Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade’s special Pokemon announcement

On November 23, The Pokemon Company sent out a cryptic press release urging fans to “tune in” for a special performance at the 2020 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. “A troupe of dancing Pikachu will deliver an electrifying performance,” the notice read.

Interestingly, the PR message also makes it sound like a possible announcement will be tied to the yellow mascot’s unique appearance at the event: “Pokemon fans will want to tune in to find out why they’re making a special appearance this year.”

The vague teaser has kicked off speculation that we might possibly get some new info regarding the popular franchise. As far as what it could be is anyone’s guess. We are still due for an update about a sequel for the 3DS title Detective Pikachu. It also wouldn’t be too unbelievable that the upcoming mobile MOBA Unite could finally get a concrete release date.

Screenshot of Pokemon MOBA Unite.
The Pokemon Company / ResetEra
Could we finally get more details about Pokemon Unite’s release date?

Another possible announcement could be a follow-up to the hit 2019 live action movie Detective Pikachu. Although it’s probably unlikely to be related to any of the mainline RPG titles or anything related to the 25th anniversary in 2021. Whatever it is, it’s strange that The Pokemon Company has specifically asked fans to tune in to the live event.

For over the last 19 years, the Nintendo property has participated in the annual parade with a massive Pikachu balloon. This year finally breaks that tradition with a special performance. Which begs the question: why? Tune in on November 26, to find out, but it would be wise to keep expectations in check.