Bloody Roar 2: Bringer of the New Age
Fighting 30 April 1999
The second part of the series of fights, in which the participants of the clashes can transform into their animal alter ega. After the transformation, the characters become much stronger, but after a certain amount of damage, a forced return to human form takes place, which gives the clashes additional tactical depth. Bloody Roar 2 introduces several new players to the cycle, who can turn into bat, insect and chameleon, among others.
Samurai Shodown III
Fighting 30 August 1996
The third installment of a series of two-dimensional battles, in which players take control over the masters of white weapons from different parts of the world. The production of SNK studio brought a number of changes in the mechanics of leading clashes and almost completely departed from the current design.
Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors
Fighting 03 May 1996
Conversion of a 2D combat machine, published in 1995, in which heroes from different planets fight for the right to meet a powerful deity, appearing in the universe once a thousand years.
Samurai Shodown V Special
Fighting 09 January 2016
Samurai Shodown V Special is a remastered and expanded version of a beat 'em up game Samurai Shodown V. Unlike the original, released for consoles in 2006, Samurai Shodown V Special is characterized by high level of brutality, known from the arcade version. The player controls their chosen warrior, while watching the action from the side, and taking part in bloody duels.
Persona 4: The Ultimax Ultra Suplex
Fighting 28 August 2014
A direct continuation of the battle set in the Shin Megami Tensei: Persona universe, which was released in 2012. The creators introduced new characters, attacks, arenas, as well as a number of amendments related to the combat system. The single player campaign contains a completely new scenario, continuing the threads from the previous part, presented in the form of visual novel.
Dead or Alive: Dimensions
Fighting 19 May 2011
Another part of the well-known series of brawlers, this time aiming only at a portable console. The game is characterized by incredible dynamics and a relatively easy to master combat system.
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.
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai
Fighting 14 November 2003
A spectacular fighting game developed by Bandai, based on the license of the cult manga by Akira Toriyama. The players assume the role of characters known from the series — among the 23 available ones we can find Goku, Vegeta, Piccolo, and Trunks. Every one of them has a different set of attacks, special combat abilities and energy attacks, including the iconic Kamehameha.
Fighting 29 May 2008
Battle Fanstasia is a two-dimensional fight in which the characters are presented in 3D. The game world will interest those who like a magical, slightly fantastic atmosphere.
X-Men: Next Dimension
Fighting 15 October 2002
A classic fight in which Mutants, known to comic lovers, join the fights. The player can choose between four different play modes. The detailed audiovisual setting is also worth mentioning.
Naruto: Ultimate Ninja
Fighting 26 June 2006
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.
Bleach: Dark Souls
Fighting 07 October 2008
Bleach: Dark Souls is another game from the series, referring to the popular animated series, created on canvas manga by Tite Kubo.
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.
Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting
Fighting 02 August 2006
Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting is a member of an extremely popular family of two-dimensional fights, which was born in 1987 on arcade machines and then appeared on home computers and consoles. This version is based on Street Fighter II Turbo: Hyper Fighting, which offered more dynamic gameplay than its predecessors thanks to the possibility of using Turbo. The new incarnation of the classic position is a combination of proven, high playability and new functionalities.
Virtua Fighter 4: Evolution
Fighting 20 June 2003
Virtua Fighter 4: Evolution is a refreshed version of the series' console fight, which has been competing with the Tekken cycle for years. The production of this title is the responsibility of the famous AM2 studio, belonging to the Sega concern.
Fighting 10 January 2007
Underground Fighting is a three-dimensional fight created by Play-publishing. Players have the opportunity to play as one of 12 warriors from different subcultures and take part in the dirty duels in 6 urban arenas, full of unclean games.
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.
WWF Wrestlemania: The Arcade Game
Fighting 23 July 1995
Excellent killing, simulating American wrestling in the free style, realized in a similar style as the first installments of Mortal Kombat.
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi
Fighting 14 October 2005
A spectacular fighting game developed by Bandai on the basis of the cult manga by Akira Toriyama. The production is a successor to three Dragon Ball Z: Budokai games that were released between 2002 and 2004. The players are taken to the universe created by the Japanese mangaka yet again to fight spectacular duels on varied arenas. There are fifty fighters at our disposal, including Goku, Trunks, Piccolo, and Vegeta. Heroes are different in terms of available attacks and combat abilities.
Onimusha Blade Warriors
Fighting 24 March 2004
After two very successful games from the Onimusha series, Capcom surprised its fans with something completely new. In anticipation of the third part, Onimusha Blade Warriors product came into the hands of supporters. The game is very similar in character to the Nintendo series - Super Smash Bros. It takes the characters from Onimusha's world to a kind of battle arena.
Power Rangers Dino Thunder
Fighting 14 September 2004
Relatively simple dexterity game, designed for younger console users. The game is, of course, based on the famous TV series, giving you the opportunity to play one of the title characters.
Samurai Shodown Anthology
Fighting 24 March 2009
A collection of seven classic two-dimensional beats from SNK. The story takes place in 18th century Japan and the player takes control of the title samurai.
Deadliest Warrior: Legends
Fighting 06 July 2011
Sequel bijatyki Deadliest Warrior: The Game. Like the original, the game is based on a popular programme broadcast by Spike TV station. Players take on the role of legendary warriors and duel themselves using their own weapons and skills.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars - Lightsaber Duels
Fighting 11 November 2008
Star Wars: The Clone Wars - Lightsaber Duels is another Star Wars game. This time, Krome Studios is responsible for the creation of this production, while the publisher, as usual, is Lucasarts.
Dragon Ball Z: Tenkaichi Tag Team
Fighting 19 October 2010
A fighting game developed by Bandai Namco. The action is set in the Dragon Ball universe created by Akira Toriyama. For the first time in the history of the franchise, the players can take part in two-member team (the eponymous Tag Team) fights. It applies to both multiplayer, where up to four fighters can compete, and the story campaign for solo players (in this case, the opposing team is controlled by the AI).