Metal Slug 5 [Model NGM-268]

The Neo-Geo MVS Cartridge by SNK Playmore

Metal Slug 5 [Model NGM-268] screenshot


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

Metal Slug 5 © 2003 SNK Playmore.

A research installation developing the next-generation of Metal Slugs is attacked by unknown forces and a disk containing Metal Slug secrets is stolen. Ordered to recover the disk, Marco and Tarma follow in hot pursuit. Meanwhile, Eri and Fio, investigating the Ptolemaic Army, a paramilitary syndicate active in archeological excavation, catch up with them at an ancient ruin, 'The Corridor of Fire'. The two try to storm and seize the site but are repulsed by the natives and giant Metal Slugs. This incident proves it was the Ptolemaic Army that stole the Metal Slug secrets. The military subsequently launches a second raid by the elite PF squad and Sparrows on the 'The Corridor of Fire' to recover the secrets and destroy the syndicate!!!


Runs on the SNK "Neo-Geo MVS" hardware.
Game ID: NGM-268

Players: 2
Control: 8-way Joystick
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 5 was released in November 2003.

This new episode introduces a new 'slide' move to the legendary series (actioned holding down the B button). Players can also make a sliding shot by pushing the A button while sliding.

Noise Factory released a limited-edition soundtrack album for this game (Metal Slug 5 Original Sound Track) on 12/03/2004.

A hack of this game is known as "Metal Slug 5 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)


Producer : Moon
Directors : Moon, Heehaw
Sub directors : Undo, T. Hagihara
Main programmer : Undo
Sub programmers : Ick, Work Ram, Oidon
Character designers : Rinkn, Eglavr, Shio Shio Shio, Akr+Amk, Genies Kubota, Jyagadansyaku, Toad, Yuka
Background designers : Miyuki. O, Miyavi, Reiko Nagasima (as Reiko. N), Sayuri M, Misao Yoshida, Kenta
Sound produced by : Studio Aqua
Title designer : Naohisa Yamaguti



SNK Neo-Geo japan (Feb. 17, 2004; "Metal Slug 5 [Model NGH-268]")
Sony PS2 japan (Apr. 28, 2005; "Metal Slug 5 [Model SLPS-25495]")
Microsoft XBOX japan (jul.28, 2005; "Metal Slug 5 [Model B3K-00001]")
Sony PS2 japan (Mar. 09, 2006; "Metal Slug 5 [SNK Best Collection] [Model SLPS-25634]")
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 screenshots.
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