The home console, as can only be expected, took on one cartridge at at time, but the MVS was known for housing multiple ROMs, including an arcade cabinet had held as many as six games.
The Neo Geo Advanced Entertainment System (AES) was originally released in 1990 as the home version of the arcade machine, which was known as the Multi Video System (MVS).
Anyone who spent a lazy afternoon in an arcade during the 1990s is probably all too familiar with many of the franchises found on the Neo Geo MVS.
Be sure to check the top of the page, where you can choose from Letter Carrier & MVS, Window Service, Work Clothes, and Non Allotment.
Each of the ROM cartridges brought up different start up screens, just as they did in the arcade MVS.