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PS1 Fighting Video Games

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. more

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Genre: Fighting
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Tekken 3 (PS1)
Tekken 3 (PS1)

Fighting 29 April 1998

The third installment of the cult series of three-dimensional fights. The action of Tekken 3 takes place a dozen or so years after its predecessor, which served as a pretext for exchanging a large part of playable characters. The production introduced a lot of changes to the gameplay mechanisms, putting a bigger aspect on rolling fights in full three-dimensional and limiting the height of jumps.

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Soul Blade (PS1)
Soul Blade (PS1)

Fighting 01 January 1997

Three-dimensional brawl published by Tekken series producer, Namco. Soul Blade focuses on spectacular battles on swords and other white weapons. The plot of the production tells the story of brave warriors who travel around the world in search of a legendary sword that gives it a great power to the person holding it.

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Mortal Kombat 4 (PS1)
Mortal Kombat 4 (PS1)

Fighting 24 June 1998

The fourth installment of the popular series of fights and, at the same time, the first, in which the clashes take place in three-dimensional arenas. The title has retained all the elements characteristic of the cycle, including brutal finishers on defeated enemies.

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Dead or Alive (PS1)
Dead or Alive (PS1)

Fighting 31 March 1998

The first installment of the popular series of three-dimensional brawls created by Team Ninja studio. A special feature of the title is the simplified control in relation to other representatives of the species, which focuses primarily on the speed and use of counter-attacks. The game is also famous for its unusual ability to turn on the mode, in which the busts of playable warriors unnaturally jump during the fight.

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Samurai Shodown 2 (PS1)
Samurai Shodown 2 (PS1)

Fighting 26 March 1998

Reedition of a popular two-dimensional fight. We embark on spectacular battles by controlling one of the sixteen available characters.

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Battle Arena Toshinden (PS1)
Battle Arena Toshinden (PS1)

Fighting 09 September 1995

A three-dimensional fight in which players meet in delineated three-dimensional arenas, fighting with each other with the use of weapons and various special attacks. The background to the game is the legendary Toshinden tournament, organized by a mysterious sponsor named Gaia.

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Bloody Roar 2: Bringer of the New Age (PS1)
Bloody Roar 2: Bringer of the New Age (PS1)

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.

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Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter (PS1)
Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter (PS1)

Fighting 23 February 1999

A two-dimensional fight in which players can play superheroes from the Marvel universe or warriors from the Street Fighter series; the list of players available from Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter includes Hulka, Wolverine, Ryu and Akuma, among others. The whole thing was enriched with comic graphics, so the game stood the test of time well.

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Wu-Tang: Taste the Pain (PS1)
Wu-Tang: Taste the Pain (PS1)

Fighting 30 November 1999

A three-dimensional fight that can be played simultaneously by up to four players. The production takes advantage of the image of the popular music group Wu-Tang, whose members appear as playable characters. In addition to the fun options typical of this genre for many people, the title has a powerful feature mode.

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Darkstalkers 3 (PS1)
Darkstalkers 3 (PS1)

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.

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Star Wars: Masters of Teräs Käsi (PS1)
Star Wars: Masters of Teräs Käsi (PS1)

Fighting 31 October 1997

A whip set in the world of Star Wars created by George Lucas. The production is a fully three-dimensional representation of its species, thanks to which the characters can move along all three planes. The game allows you to play iconic characters such as Luke Skywalker, Han Solo and Princess Leia.

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Ready 2 Rumble Boxing (PS1)
Ready 2 Rumble Boxing (PS1)

Fighting 31 October 1999

A boxing game offering a plethora of colourful, playable characters. While playing, players load a special RUMBLE bar, which enables them to perform very strong attacks. The characteristic feature of the production is that the injuries suffered during the fight are visible on the body of the contestants.

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The Crow: City of Angels (PS1)
The Crow: City of Angels (PS1)

Fighting 28 February 1997

Film adaptation from 1996 released on PlayStation 1. Production is a typical walking brawl based on the theme of revenge, in which console owners face the prevailing enemy forces and take part in dozens of fights.

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X-Men: Children of the Atom (PS1)
X-Men: Children of the Atom (PS1)

Fighting 01 February 1998

X-Men: Children of the Atom is a 2D skillful fight with the protagonists of the popular series of comic books by Marvel publishing house. Originally, the title was released in 1994 as a version for Capcom gaming machines (CP System II). The PC port was prepared by Probe Entertainment studio.

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Street Fighter EX2 Plus (PS1)
Street Fighter EX2 Plus (PS1)

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.

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Star Gladiator (PS1)
Star Gladiator (PS1)

Fighting 25 October 1996

A three-dimensional fight in the science fiction style, in which warriors are equipped with various types of white weapons. Star Gladiator first appeared on slot machines, and then it was converted to PlayStation 1.

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X-Men vs. Street Fighter (PS1)
X-Men vs. Street Fighter (PS1)

Fighting 26 February 1998

A beat developed by Capcom, which debuted on arcade machines and after some time also found its way to PlayStation 1. In X-Men vs. Street Fighter we are fighting in two-dimensional arenas, as one of seventeen different players.

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Marvel Super Heroes (PS1)
Marvel Super Heroes (PS1)

Fighting 25 September 1997

Two-dimensional brawl developed by Capcom. In Marvel Super Heroes players stand up to fight for the so-called Infinity Stones, which provide their owner with unimaginable power. The title debuted on arcade machines, and after less than two years it had its premiere on PlayStation 1, among others.

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Pocket Fighter (PS1)
Pocket Fighter (PS1)

Fighting 01 July 1998

An arcade fight with a simple combat system, in which there are characters known from other combat games created by Capcom. All warriors have been prepared in a super-deformed style, so they have small bodies and disproportionately large heads.

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Psychic Force (PS1)
Psychic Force (PS1)

Fighting 04 October 1996

Unusual 3D fight, in which characters endowed with extraordinary abilities duel each other. The clashes take place in special spheres where warriors levitate.

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Iron & Blood: Warriors of Ravenloft (PS1)
Iron & Blood: Warriors of Ravenloft (PS1)

Fighting 31 October 1996

Bijatyka developed by Take-Two Interactive, which takes us to the world of Ravenloft. In Iron & Blood: Warriors of Ravenloft we find ourselves in the middle of a conflict between the forces of order and chaos, whose aim is to conquer ancient artifacts. The title has a fictional campaign, which can be completed alone or in cooperation with another player.

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Samurai Shodown: Warriors Rage (PS1)
Samurai Shodown: Warriors Rage (PS1)

Fighting 22 December 1999

Exclusively released on PlayStation 1, the next installment of a series of battles embedded in the realities of Japan's samurai time. The production is the first part of the series which uses 3D graphics.

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Samurai Shodown III (PS1)
Samurai Shodown III (PS1)

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.

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Psychic Force 2 (PS1)
Psychic Force 2 (PS1)

Fighting 07 October 1999

Converted from slot machines, a three-dimensional fight in which people endowed with extraordinary abilities fight. The production is distinguished by the specific mechanics of rolling clashes and the fact that they take place in oval cages where warriors levitate.

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Tobal No. 1 (PS1)
Tobal No. 1 (PS1)

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.

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War Gods (PS1)
War Gods (PS1)

Fighting 30 March 1997

Conversion of a 3D arcade fight released on slot machines, in which ten powerful beings fight for primacy on Earth. Production in many aspects resembles three-dimensional versions of Mortal Kombat, although it also tries to distinguish a few unique solutions.

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