Lembow26 wrote:fafadou wrote:What a fantastic choice !
Yeah, since the library of dreamcast games is half fighting-games and we already have 4 kof games on the system, this was without a doubt the smartest choice
You don't even know how many The King of Fighters games are available on the Dreamcast. It's five games (Dream Match 1999 which is actually '98, together with '99 Evolution, 2000, 2001 and 2002), not four. It makes sense to extend the series as much as it's possible on the platform since the possibility is there, and I'm sure Neowave will also eventually make it to the console. In fact, it's too bad that SNK never bothered to do a port of 2003, because with that all the series from '98 to XI could be then natively available on Dreamcast (ie, not emulating Neo Geo) thanks to the Atomiswave conversions. So it will be seven The King of Fighters games on the Dreamcast after this and probably Neowave get converted too. What's so bad about it? Neo Geo users have always had a whopping ten The King of Fighters games available, together with a half fighting-games library like you say, and I never saw them blaming about it. It's better to have nothing.
If you are waiting for a non-fighting Atomiswave game to be converted, have patience, I'm sure you'll eventually have it.