This new Chinese company Ledo Milennium said they want to make SNK pretty much “the Marvel Studios of video game industry”, and they’ve said they want to do video games, animated movies and theatrical movies.
The comparison is quite interesting, since SNK created from the very beginning a global timeline between their games, with frequent crossovers and references.
Something like this?
Art of Fighting.** Set in the '90s or so, adapting the story of AoF1. **Post-credits scene **reveals who is the true mind behind Yuri’s kidnapping: Geese Howard.
Ikari Warriors. Colonel Heidern guides Ralf and Clark on a mission to stop dangerous weapon dealer Rugal Bernstein. Post-credits scene: After being defeated by Heidern, Rugal’s visited by a strange man that comes from the sky: Goenitz, who deposits a strange power on his eye.
Fatal Fury. Adapting Fatal Fury 1. **Post-credits scene: **Terry, Andy and Joe receive a mysterious letter, signed “R”.
Psych Soldiers. Partially based on “Athena’s Awakening” video game, introduces characters like Chin Gentsai and Saisyu Kusanagi, they’re investigating a weird power surrounding the upcoming King of Fighters tournament. Post-credits scene: Saisyu arrives to Rugal’s Black Noah, to challenge him.
The King of Fighters: Episode 1. Based on KOF '94-95. **Post-credits scene: **Omega Rugal lies defeated in the shore. As he agonizes, a weird individual appears and tells him he’s too weak to handle Orochi’s power. The weird guy introduces himself as: Iori Yagami.[/details]