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Korea: Mafia II: Definitive Edition rated and SNK Gals’ Fighters for Nintendo Switch

Korea: Mafia II: Definitive Edition rated and SNK Gals’ Fighters for Nintendo Switch

The Game Rating and Administration Committee of Korea has been paramount in revealing a number of previously unannounced games heading to the Nintendo Switch. The latest games rated by the company are Mafia II: Definitive Edition for undisclosed platforms and SNK Gals’ Fighters for the Nintendo Switch.

Mafia II was released back in 2011 for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC, so there’s certainly a good chance that this revised Definitive Edition could make its way to the Nintendo Switch. We shall certainly find out in due course.

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