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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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Arcana Heart 3
Arcana Heart 3

Fighting 13 January 2011

The third part of the traditional two-dimensional fights, known from Japanese gaming salons. In the basic mode of the game we learn about the continuation of events from the previous edition. The creators also prepared a training mode, versus and score attack. Players have 23 female characters at their disposal - each of them has its own set of blows. Arcana Heart's combat system is characterised by large arenas and the ability to perform large jumps.

Super Street Fighter II: Turbo Revival
Super Street Fighter II: Turbo Revival

Fighting 30 October 2001

Conversion of one of the best made two-dimensional beats. Several dozens of different warriors are at the player's disposal. It is worth mentioning that the control system is extensive but easy to use.

Spikeout: Battle Street
Spikeout: Battle Street

Fighting 29 March 2005

Spikeout: Battle Street belongs to the genre of so-called walking brawlers and is a console conversion of the game from slot machines of the same name. The program offers, above all, fast, uncompromising entertainment and a comprehensive multiplayer mode.

Guilty Gear XX Accent Core
Guilty Gear XX Accent Core

Fighting 30 May 2007

The next installment of the popular series of two-dimensional beats, created by the Japanese studio Arc System Works. The title is an extended version of Guilty Gear XX, released in 2002 on PlayStation 2.

Dead or Alive Ultimate
Dead or Alive Ultimate

Fighting 01 January 2004

A great series of Dead or Alive battles, whose biggest advantages are probably great graphics and a very well-balanced combat system, has lived to see the next part with the subtitle Ultimate.

Power Stone Collection
Power Stone Collection

Fighting 20 October 2006

Power Stone Collection is a package of two brawls released by Japanese company Capcom. Both Power Stone and Power Stone 2 offer quite simple control and are ideal for beginners.

Naruto: Clash of Ninja
Naruto: Clash of Ninja

Fighting 11 April 2003

A 3D fighting game by Tomy Company and the author of the original manga, Masashi Kishimoto, telling the story of a young ninja warrior called Naruto. Clash of Ninja focuses on the beginning of the adventures of Naruto, who, trying to control the demon sealed inside him, practices martial arts, supervised by his experienced teacher. Following months of training, Naruto is ready to set out on a journey and prove that he deserves the title of the best warrior of his village.

Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower
Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower

Fighting 24 March 2005

A two-dimensional fight prepared by Capcom, in which vampires, succubus, ghosts and other atrocities clash. The creators have prepared five game modes, among which the standard Arcade Mode cannot be missing.

Brutal: Paws of Fury
Brutal: Paws of Fury

Fighting 31 July 1995

Brutal: Paws of Fury is a classic murder, created on the wave of popularity of Mortal Kombat. Unlike that title, however, the fight is completely bloodless and, most importantly, treated with a great deal of humour.

Death Sword
Death Sword

Fighting 12 November 1987

Death Sword (outside the United States also known as the Barbarian) is a classic murder, in which the player will play the role of the warrior Gorth. His task will be to free Princess Marianne, kidnapped by the evil sorceress Drax. However, before the chief commander of all the confusion reaches justice, Gorth will have to deal with seven other barbarians who have been delegated by his master to prevent him from carrying out his mission.

Bikini Karate Babes
Bikini Karate Babes

Fighting 12 January 2003

A two-dimensional brawl in which women dressed in a bikini fight each other. The creators have prepared 19 players and 10 game modes. Each of the warriors has a unique set of blows. The production also includes a pair of hidden add-ons and animations. A game aimed at older audiences.

Deadliest Warrior: The Game
Deadliest Warrior: The Game

Fighting 14 July 2010

Bijatyka, in which we play the role of warriors from different historical periods and take part in the competition for the title of the most dangerous of them.

Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2
Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2

Fighting 22 November 2005

A sequel to the fighting game by Banpresto, developed mainly for the Game Boy Advance. The game was based on the wildly popular manga by Akira Toriyama. The gameplay of Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2 focuses on spectacular battles, involving such characters as Goku, Piccolo or Cell. The game features a distinct team battle system, in which you fight using up to three warriors. You can switch from one to another or issue group orders. This gives the battles a tactical aspect.

Pride FC
Pride FC

Fighting 11 March 2003

Pride is one of the oldest and definitely the most prestigious organization of so-called mixed martial arts (MMA). It was established in 1997 and exhibits the best competitors in this discipline in the world, and the competition gathers several dozen thousand spectators.

Bleach: The Blade of Fate
Bleach: The Blade of Fate

Fighting 09 October 2007

Bleach: The Blade of Fate is a Japanese 2D fight based on the popular in the Country of Cherry Blossom anime series. What distinguishes it from the multitude of similar positions that flood the market with waves? Among other things, the ability to fight simultaneously four characters who are fighting in two planes - in the foreground and more in the depths of the screen.

Backyard Wrestling 2: There Goes the Neighborhood
Backyard Wrestling 2: There Goes the Neighborhood

Fighting 30 September 2004

Backyard wrestling is beginning to threaten professional tournaments. And all by a mad prize. A round million dollars for the best fighter and a powerful view of the show via cable TV. Amateurs versus professionals - it can be a tough ride!

Bloody Roar Extreme
Bloody Roar Extreme

Fighting 27 May 2003

The famous three-dimensional fight, this time for the Xbox console. The game offers 16 playable characters, as well as many different modes of play, including an extensive team competition or the typically arcade Arcade.

One Piece: Gigant Battle
One Piece: Gigant Battle

Fighting 09 August 2010

Battery with an innovative combat system using the license of the extremely popular Japanese comic book series One Piece. We choose one of the heroes and then fight with other characters. Instead of a flat arena, battles take place on multi-level boards of various elements of the environment that help or interfere with the battle.

Kung-Fu High Impact
Kung-Fu High Impact

Fighting 25 November 2011

Kung-Fu High Impact is a comic book pastiche-style beat up fight, created under the responsibility of Virtual Air Guitar Company's development team. The player literally takes on the role of a kung-fu champion and uses a whole range of handmade kung-fu blows to bring order to a monster-filled, comic world. A Kinect controller is required to play.

Garou: Mark of the Wolves
Garou: Mark of the Wolves

Fighting 30 June 2005

Garou: Mark of Th Wolves is the next installment of the famous 2D fight, in which masters of various martial arts meet with each other. The action refers to the Fatal Fury series, but restores only one of its predecessors.

Divekick Addition Edition
Divekick Addition Edition

Fighting 04 April 2014

An improved version of a humorous, two-dimensional fight by One True Game Studios. Through the use of an unusual two-button control, the game only allows you to lead out a kick or jump, and each of the rounds lasts until the first hit of the opponent.

Phantom Breaker: Extra
Phantom Breaker: Extra

Fighting 19 September 2013

Phantom Breaker: Extra is an expanded and improved version of Phantom Breaker, a two-dimensional Japanese combat game that draws on ideas from well-known representatives of the genre. The creators introduced new playable characters and arenas, expanded the combat system with a new style and fixed a number of bugs troubling the original.

Rivals of Aether
Rivals of Aether

Fighting 28 March 2017

Inspired by such titles as Super Smash Bros., an unusual fighting game with platformer elements. The action takes place in Aether, a war-torn fantasy world in which people from various civilizations can manipulate the elements – Fire, Water, Earth, and Air. The heroes we control try to learn about the roots of the endless conflict, which takes loads of fighting. The gameplay of Rivals of Aether, designed by Dan Fornace, comes down to fighting numerous battles on numerous 2D arenas.

Lastfight
Lastfight

Fighting 19 May 2016

A 3D fighting game in the vein of Power Stone that is a debut project of the French studio Piranaking. Lastfight is based on a popular comic LASTMAN. In contrast to classic beat‘em ups in which the characters move on two-dimensional stages, Lastfight introduces small 3D arenas. This way, the player can try to get their opponent from behind, or use the elements of the environment – for example, hitting an enemy with an armchair.

Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme VS Force
Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme VS Force

Fighting 23 December 2015

Another installment in the fighting game series set in the Gundam multiverse, popular especially in Japan. The game was developed by Bandai Namco. In Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme VS Force, the players assume role of the pilots operating giant mechs, called Mobile Suits, and fight various opponents. The gameplay does not deviate significantly from what we have already dealt with in previous productions of the franchise.

Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel
Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel

Fighting 10 December 2015

A classic 2D fighting game developed by Examu, an experienced Japanese studio. The heroines of the production are characters known from various titles of the famous visual novel developer, Nitroplus. In Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroine Infinite, there are tens of female characters from the aforementioned company’s portfolio; these include playable warriors and AI-controlled partners. Apart from standard attacks, each of them has their own arsenal of combos and special strikes.