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Fighting games. In these titles controlled character is usually fighting with one opponent on a special arena or a ring. The player can use a couple of basic moves or many combos and special attacks which require pressing specific sequences of buttons to be triggered.

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The King of Fighters '98: Ultimate Match
The King of Fighters '98: Ultimate Match

Fighting 26 June 2008

Re-edition of classic two-dimensional beating. We choose between 64 warriors, among whom there are heroes of such games as "Fatal Fury" or "Art of Fighting". One of the main novelties is the addition of Ultimate Match mode.

Kung Fu Panda: Legendary Warriors
Kung Fu Panda: Legendary Warriors

Fighting 04 November 2008

The second one is based on the animated film "Kung Fu Panda". We control one of the four different characters, traversing the boards and defeating the opponents we meet.

Rag Doll Kung Fu
Rag Doll Kung Fu

Fighting 12 October 2005

Rag Doll Kung Fu is an unusual in every respect fight created by Marek Healey, a developer from Lionhead Studios team. It can be purchased through Valve's online distribution system "Steam" for $12.95.

Last Bronx
Last Bronx

Fighting 15 February 1998

A team of hand-to-hand combat trained warriors must stand up to the violence on the streets of New Tokyo, which has been completely taken over by gangs.

Beast Boxing Turbo
Beast Boxing Turbo

Fighting 19 November 2013

Arcade fight with first person view (FPP). The player takes on the role of a young inexperienced boxer, who, as the last hope of humanity, stands for fist-fighting duels in the world of monsters. The game was produced by an independent development studio Goodhustle.

The King of Fighters '97 Global Match
The King of Fighters '97 Global Match

Fighting 03 April 2018

The King of Fighters ’97 Global Match is an old-school 2D fighting game. The title is a port of The King of Fighters ’97, a game that debuted more than ten years ago. The new version enriches the title with an online multiplayer mode.

Street Fighter IV: Champion Edition
Street Fighter IV: Champion Edition

Fighting 12 July 2017

Street Fighter IV: Champion Edition is another version of Street Fighter IV, a console fighting game that debuted in 2009. New version was developed for mobile devices (iOS and Android). It is the third mobile version of the game – the previous ones were Street Fighter IV from 2010 and Street Fighter IV: Volt from 2011. The new edition features improvements and around thirty playable characters.

Tobal No. 1
Tobal No. 1

Fighting 02 August 1996

Bijatyka, in which players take part in a martial arts tournament, organized on the title planet. The game is worth a candle because the winner will take control of Molmoran resources - a rare and extremely valuable resource. A characteristic feature of Tobal No. 1 is the presence of a feature mode, in which we travel through three-dimensional underground, observing the action from the perspective of a third person.

Koihime Enbu RyoRaiRai
Koihime Enbu RyoRaiRai

Fighting 12 July 2018

A 2D fighting game, in which we control heroes known from the anime and visual novel series Koihime Musou – a creative adaptation of the classic Chinese novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms. This is an updated version of Koihime Enbu published in 2016.

Super Hero Fight Club
Super Hero Fight Club

Fighting 31 October 2017

A dynamic brawler in which we play as superheroes trying to earn a living by fighting in the arena. In Super Hero Fight Club we have more than a hundred players at our disposal. Each of them boasts an individual set of combat skills, and their correct, intelligent usage is the key to victory.

Street Fighter EX2 Plus
Street Fighter EX2 Plus

Fighting 30 December 1999

The next installment of the Street Fighter EX series, transferring the cult series of brawls to three-dimensional realities. The production develops the mechanics of the predecessor, offering an extensive combat system, over twenty playable characters and attractive visual setting.

Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden
Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden

Fighting 11 June 2015

A battle game set in Akira Toriyama’s universe of Dragon Ball, developed by Arc System Works team. Players can choose from many varied game modes, starting from story campaign, through special challenges, and ending on skirmishes, 1 on 1 or in teams. There's more than a hundred warriors from anime series and movies, including the most iconic ones like Goku, Vegeta or Cell and minor characters like Guldo, Videl or Nappa.

Fighting Edition
Fighting Edition

Fighting 19 January 2015

A collection of games developed by Bandai Namco. The set includes three very popular fighting games – Tekken 6, Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and Soulcalibur V. The first of these titles continue the story of the Mishima family and the King of Iron First Tournaments. It features forty fighters and enables the players to participate in exciting duels on arenas.

Darkstalkers 3
Darkstalkers 3

Fighting 18 November 1998

Third installment of a series of two-dimensional beats produced by Capcom. As in the previous parts of the series, the game presents duels between monsters of horror, legends and legends. Among the playable characters we will find vampires, succubus, werewolves, and even an award hunter with a look reminiscent of a Red Riding Hood. The title also introduces bold changes in the mechanics of the game, resigning from the classic division into rounds.

Rise of Incarnates
Rise of Incarnates

Fighting 01 July 2015

A free-to-play, multiplayer-oriented fighting game, developed by the in-house developer team of Namco Bandai, employing people responsible for the Tekken and SoulCalibur series. The players assume the roles of Incarnates – exiled characters that are able to control various mythical powers. While the governments try to use the Incarnates' powers to advance their own ends, the heroes place their lives on the line to fight for domination and ending the rule of “Sovereign" of the era.

ArcheBlade
ArcheBlade

Fighting 25 April 2014

Three-dimensional action brawl, focusing on the rivalry with other players. In the game we control one of the 14 heroes with different fighting styles, taking part in subsequent team and individual battles, played on stylistically diversified maps. The production combines the mechanics of MOBA games with game modes characteristic for FPS network shooters.

WWE WrestleFest
WWE WrestleFest

Fighting canceled

Arcade 2D fight produced by Seed Studios development team with fans of wrestling and classic engravers in mind. Players direct the actions of their favourite wrestlers (including John Cena, The Rock, The Snake, Macho Man) and fight exciting fights in the famous arenas. The title is distinguished by a two-dimensional graphic design in the "retro" style.

BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend
BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend

Fighting 14 February 2012

An extended version of the 2D BlazBlue: Continuum Shift game, created by Arc System Works. The game introduces new characters and also offers additional gameplay modes: Abyss Mode and Network Mode.

Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors
Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors

Fighting 22 June 2004

A fighting game developed by Bandai, based on the license of the cult-classic manga created by Akira Toriyama. The mainstay of the game is the story mode, in which the players can follow the three sagas known from the animated series: Namek, Android, and Majin Buu. We assume the role of Goku, the most powerful warrior on Earth, who faces consecutive enemies. The points awarded for progress in each saga can be spent on additional characters, new difficulty levels, or Dragon Ball Museum.

Super Dragon Ball Z
Super Dragon Ball Z

Fighting 14 July 2006

A fighting game developed by Crafts & Meister. Super Dragon Ball Z was based on the license of the classic manga series by Akira Toriyama. The game offers several different modes, including the story mode (inspired by the popular TV series), the Versus mode that focuses on multiplayer competition, and the Survival mode. The player takes part in spectacular battles involving the original characters (such as Goku, Vegeta or Piccolo) and player-created fighters.

Naruto: Ultimate Ninja
Naruto: Ultimate Ninja

Fighting 26 June 2006

Dead or Alive 3
Dead or Alive 3

Fighting 15 November 2001

The third part of one of the best series of battles created by Team Ninja, creators of the cult Ninja Gaiden, among others.

Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3

Fighting 16 November 2004

Another installment of fighting game series created by Dimps Corporation, based on the license of a cult-classic manga created by Akira Toriyama. The players can assume the role of the most popular characters from the series, re-living the greatest events that took place in Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball GT series. While taking part in spectacular duels, we make use of not only advanced melee skills, but also of a wide range of special attacks, drawing from Ki power.

Virtua Fighter 4
Virtua Fighter 4

Fighting 17 March 2002

Virtua Fighter 4 is the next installment of the world-renowned console beating sagas, as an alternative to the equally popular Tekken series. The game was created by programmers from Sega corporation, with the participation of Yu Suzuki, co-author of, among others, Shenmue.

Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3
Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3

Fighting 20 October 2006

Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 is the next installment of the best-selling series of virtual fights. The first game of the series was released in 1992 for the then popular slot machines (although the idea was born already twelve months earlier). This item is a remake of a title that appeared in 1995.

The King of Fighters XII
The King of Fighters XII

Fighting 28 July 2009

King of Fighters XII is the next installment of the popular two-dimensional fighting series. This part offers, first of all, a significantly improved visual setting and standard elements - five-second fights in the 3-na-3 system.