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Gameplay
2D Gameplay Bakufu Blitz Flying Retreat Locking Swords Rage Gauge Various Items

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Releases
Neo Geo
7/7/1993
Sega CD
7/8/1993
FM-TOWNS
1994
Gameboy
as Nettou Samurai Spirits (Japan)
6/30/1994
Neo Geo CD
9/9/1994
Super NES
9/22/1994
Genesis
11/19/1994
Game Gear
12/9/1994
3DO
2/10/1995
Playstation
as Samurai Spirits Kenkaku Yubinan Pack
3/26/1998
Compilation release.
Mobile
7/15/2004
Playstation Network
as Samurai Spirits Kenkaku Yubinan Pack
7/11/2007
WiiWare/Virtual Console
10/16/2007
Playstation 2
as SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1
5/5/2008
Compilation release.
Playstation Portable
as SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1
5/5/2008
Compilation release.
Playstation 2
as Samurai Shodown Anthology, Samurai Spirits Rokuban Shoubu
7/24/2008
Compilation release.
Wii
as Samurai Shodown Anthology, Samurai Spirits Rokuban Shoubu
7/24/2008
Compilation release.
Wii
as SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1
7/29/2008
Compilation release.
Playstation Portable
as Samurai Shodown Anthology, Samurai Spirits Rokuban Shoubu
3/24/2009
Compilation release.
Playstation Network
12/21/2010
PlayStation 4 in Japan
12/8/2016
Xbox One in Worldwide
as ACA NeoGeo: Samurai Shodown
5/2/2017
Switch in Worldwide
as ACA NeoGeo: Samurai Shodown
7/20/2017
Did you know?
Mai Shiranui cameo? [Show Image]
Anybody who finished Samurai Shodown with Haohmaru or Gen-an might remember seeing Mai Shiranui in their ending sequences. She appears making a visit to our character's stages, and always ends up executing her Ryu En Bu attack. She seems to kill Gen-an with it, and the result with Haohmaru is unknown (the action freezed).
However, she might as well not be Mai Shiranui herself, since in the dialogue of the Game Boy version ending, she's just quoted as being "Woman" (other versions don't put a name to her words), and it should also be noted that Mai belongs to a different timeline than that of Samurai Shodown.

No Fatties
Takara's Genesis port of Samurai Shodown is missing Earthquake--arguably a "small" price to pay for graphics much closer to "arcade perfect" than those of the Super NES port.

This place is Hell [Show Image]
The fictional Latin American village known as Green Hell not only appears in Samurai Shodown games, but is also the setting for the 1989 SNK shooter Prehistoric Isle in 1930.