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 Written by Kris Rosado  on April 17, 2008

News: Two surging forces join together.



Ignition Entertainment, who brought us Teenage Zombies and will be bringing us Obscure, have signed a co-publishing deal with SNK/Playmore for North America.

We are very happy to be working further with Ignition Entertainment, as we currently have a very positive, trusting and prosperous relationship, said Soichiro Hosoya, Member of the Board of SNK PLAYMORE CORPORATION. I have no doubt in my mind that our new cooperative venture will be very worthwhile and rewarding for everyone involved.

This is a fantastic opportunity. We are extremely excited to be able to bring SNK products to the North American market," said Ajay Chadha, President of Ignition Entertainment. "Our rapid growth shows our commitment for what we do, and this partnership brings in a new era for our company. We welcome this great union between SNK and Ignition.


The newly formed publishing team's first release will be Metal Slug 7 on the Nintendo DS.



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