Metal Slug 4 [Model NGM-263]

The Neo-Geo MVS Cartridge by Playmore Corp.

Metal Slug 4 [Model NGM-263] screenshot


Emulated in MAME ! [Arcade] Neo-Geo MVS Cartridge

Metal Slug 4 © 2002 Playmore Corp.

The popular series of side-scrolling action games continues, introducing all-new characters into the plot. The world is now trembling under the fear of cyber terror, as the birth of a deadly new computer virus threatens to snatch the main military system out of every country. The virus has been created by the terrorist group known as Amadeus, and must be stopped by the four main heroes in the story. They are : Marco Rossi, an army platoon leader; Fio Germi, a superior director of an Italian secret service; Nadia Cassel, a French regular army soldier; and Trevor Spacey, a regular army sergeant. In the game introduction, the team discover that Morden is still alive and probably behind Amadeus...


Runs on the SNK "Neo-Geo MVS" hardware.
Game ID : NGM-263

Players : 2
Control : Joystick 8-way
Buttons : 4
=> Character > [A] Shoot, [B] Jump, [C] Grenade
=> Metal Slug > [A] Gun Attack, [B] Jump Board Vehicle, [C] Artillery Attack, [D] Metal Slug Attack


Metal Slug 4 was released in March 2002. Developed by Mega Enterprise, a South Korean company.

Mega Enterprise got Copyright of SNK's games for South Korea in 1999. In 2006, the South Korean police had an claim for arrest warrant against Lee Sang Min, president of Mega Enterprise. Lee Sang Min escaped in China, abandoning its company (only a few people occupying the office). Mega Enterprise went out of business soon after.

A hack of this game is known as "Metal Slug 4 Plus".


1. Metal Slug - Super Vehicle-001 (1996)
2. Metal Slug 2 - Super Vehicle-001/II [Model NGM-241] (1998)
3. Metal Slug X - Super Vehicle-001 [Model NGM-250] (1999)
4. Metal Slug 1st Mission (1999, SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color)
5. Metal Slug 2nd Mission (2000, SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color)
6. Metal Slug 3 [Model NGM-256] (2000)
7. Metal Slug 4 [Model NGM-263] (2002)
8. Metal Slug 5 [Model NGM-268] (2003)
9. Metal Slug 6 (2006)
10. Metal Slug 3D (2006, Sony PlayStation 2)
11. Metal Slug 7 (2008, Nintendo DS)


Hyper Organizer : Sang Min Lee

* Mega Entreprise :
Producer : Hong Ick Cho
Character Designer : Joo Hwan Sohn
Background Designer : Yong Hee Lee

* Noise Factory :
Producer : Keiko Ijuu
Sub Planner : Masafumi Fujii, Kazuki Ito
Main Programmer : Hirosi Hisikawa
Sub Programmer : Kazuaki Ezato
Character Designer : Masahiro Maeda, Yosikazu Nisikawa, Nana Maeda, Kentaro Hayasi, Ryo Fujii
Background Designer : Reiko Nagasima, Nami Takasaki
Illustration : Tonko, Naohisa Yamaguti, Masayuki Fukuoka
Sound Producer : Studio Aqua, Toshikazu Tanaka.



SNK Neo-Geo japan (june.12, 2002; "Metal Slug 4 [Model NGH-263]")
Sony PlayStation 2 japan (Sep. 22, 2004; "Metal Slug 4 [Model SLPS-25376]")
Microsoft XBOX japan (Feb. 24, 2005; "Metal Slug 4 [Model ZY3-00002]")
Sony PlayStation 2 japan (Nov. 23, 2005; "Metal Slug 4 [SNK Best Collection] [Model SLPS-25571]")
Sony PSP japan (Feb. 22, 2007; "Metal Slug Complete [Model ULJS-00090]")
Sony PS2 japan (may.31, 2007; "Metal Slug Complete [Model SLPS-25762]")
Nintendo Wii japan (Dec. 27, 2007; "Metal Slug Complete [Model RVL-RMLJ-JPN]")
Sony PS2 japan (june.18, 2009; "Metal Slug Complete [SNK Best Collection] [Model SLPS-25937]")
Sony PSP japan (june.18, 2009; "Metal Slug Complete [SNK Best Collection] [Model ULJS-00206]")


PC DVD-ROM (2009, "Metal Slug Collection PC")

Game's ROM.
Game's picture.
Game's screenshots.
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