SNK Online Store Opens Up For North Americans
SNK Heroines Tag Team Frenzy
(Last Updated On: January 14, 2018)

NIS America is powering the SNK Online Store, an online destination featuring various SNK products that can be purchased online. The featured content on the store right now is the joint venture outing between SNK and NISA, SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy.

You can visit the shop via the SNK Online Store web address.

You’ll find that the library of goods is rather sparse at the moment, but they are offering free shipping for orders made within the United States if they come up to over $75.

The featured product right now is the SNK Heroines: Diamond Dream Edition, which totals up to $119.99 for both the Nintendo Switch or the PS4. It comes with an SNK t-shirt with the classic wet dream kunoichi on it, Mai Shiranui, a two disc soundtrack, a variant Terry Bogard’s Fatal Fury cap with “Fatal Cutie” on it, an art book, a lapel pin set, an SNK-branded sweatband, and a workout towel for those intense one-armed exercises.

SNK Store Items

It’s a classic collector’s edition… the kind that actually contains collector’s edition items. It also comes in a specially marked box featuring the fictional idol Athena on the the box art.

While the offerings of the SNK Online Store aren’t very enticing right now, you can sign up for the newsletter to receive news and updates on when new products and discounts on old products are made available.

Given NIS America’s longstanding history with censorship and poor quality outings in North America, gamers have quite naturally taken a more reserved approach to dealing with the company, but they have promised recently that the upcoming fighting game, SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy, will launch in the West and in Japan uncensored, and that all versions of the game will be the same. Of course, we’ll have to see if NIS America keeps to their promise or if they’ll betray gamers like they did with Criminal Girls 2.

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