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Samurai Shodown V, known as Samurai Spirits Zero (サムライスピリッツ零, Samurai Supirittsu Zero) in Japan, is the eighth game in SNK's Samurai Shodown/Samurai Spirits series of fighting games. It was one of the last ever games to be released on the Neo Geo. The original Japanese version of the game also has a great deal of dialogue in single-player mode, but all of those scenes are simply left out when the game's language is set to English. The domestic Xbox version of that release restores these scenes and translates them into English. The game was also ported to the PlayStation 2, which was released in Japan and Europe.
Following the revitalization of SNK after its collapse in 2001, the company decided that it would be worthwhile to create another game in the largely defunct Samurai Shodown series. As part of their reorganization, development duties were given over to the relatively unknown Yuki Enterprise, which had mainly only created simulation and board games for the Simple 2000 series of PlayStation 2 games in Japan, and had no experience in developing fighting games.
In spite of this, SNK managed to raise excitement by announcing that Nobuhiro Watsuki, the creator and author of the