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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. more

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Soulcalibur IV
Soulcalibur IV

Fighting 29 July 2008

Soul Calibur IV is another fight from the popular series, treating the fight of masters of using various types of white weapons. Depending on the release of the game for the platform, players were given the opportunity to play with an additional character from the universe of Star Wars.

Street Fighter IV
Street Fighter IV

Fighting 12 February 2009

Street Fighter IV is the fourth installment of the extremely popular fighting series. The action of the game was set between the events presented in the second and third part of the cycle. Among the 25 warriors in which the player can play, there are both well-known (Ryu, Chun-Li, Ken and others) as well as completely new heroes.

Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic
Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic

Fighting 09 April 2009

Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic is a brawl, a refreshed version of Rag Doll Kung Fu, created by Mark Healey and released in 2005.

Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax
Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax

Fighting 13 November 2014

A classic two-dimensional fight in which characters from Japanese books from the imprint of Dengeki Bunko, as well as their popular adaptations of anime, fight against each other. The game features characters from the series such as Sword Art Online, Durarara!, Shakugan no Shana, Toradora! or Toaru Majutsu no Index. The production has standard gameplay modes and the ability to play online.

Fighting Force 2
Fighting Force 2

Fighting 19 October 2011

Digital reissue of the third-person action game Fighting Force 2, which was originally released in 1999 on PlayStation and Dreamcast consoles. In the game we play Hawk Manson, known from the original, who is sent on a secret mission to a company suspected of cloning people. Compared to its predecessor, the title departs slightly from the classic "beat 'em up" genre, offering much more shooting elements.

BlazBlue: Central Fiction
BlazBlue: Central Fiction

Fighting 06 October 2016

Another installment in the popular series of fighting games developed by Arc System Works. The story was divided into three chapters and it tells about the further adventures of characters known from the previous entries in the series. There are also new characters like Hibiki Kohaku, Naoto Kurogane and Hades Izanami. The gameplay is faithful to the roots of the series – BlazBlue: Central Fiction focuses on duels fought in two-dimensional environment.

Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme Vs. Full Boost
Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme Vs. Full Boost

Fighting 30 January 2014

A three-dimensional fight in which two-person teams of pilots, sitting at the helm of big robots, appearing in series and films from the Gundama universe, stand in front of each other. The production is an improved and extended edition of Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme Vs. released in 2011.

Marvel vs. Capcom 2
Marvel vs. Capcom 2

Fighting 13 August 2009

Two-dimensional sticks are the past. But what if many players still consider them to be the best? It has its own climate - it has to be admitted to them.

BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger
BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger

Fighting 25 June 2009

HD beating in the full sense of the word. Twelve warriors, extensive combat styles and a refined multiplayer mode are the most important features of BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger. For the new versions of the game, the authors have developed a number of new elements: a more dynamic musical setting, backgrounds, as well as Story Mode, in which we learn the story of each of the twelve characters.

Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit
Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit

Fighting 06 June 2008

Another fighting game based on the cult manga by Akira Toriyama, developed by Dimps Corporation. The players get to experience the events known from the original animated series, up to the fight with Cell. Subsequent storylines are presented in the form of film cut-scenes shown between duels. There is a rich set of characters at our disposal — including such characters as Goku, Raditz, Yamcha, Krillin, and the androids.

Def Jam: Icon
Def Jam: Icon

Fighting 06 March 2007

Def Jam: Icon is the third incarnation of a popular series of beats on stationary electronic-entertainment platforms. As usual, Electronic Arts invited Def Jam Recordings, a label that brings together many popular hip hop performers. Thanks to this, the virtual reality is filled with the atmosphere of the American ghetto.

Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection
Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection

Fighting 31 August 2011

Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection is a package of three parts of a cult fight created by Midway Games. The set includes refreshed versions of games: Mortal Kombat, Mortal Kombat 2 and Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, which have been enriched with, among others, multiplayer duels mode. The collection was prepared by the Other Ocean development team in cooperation with the NetherRealm team.

Marvel vs. Capcom: Origins
Marvel vs. Capcom: Origins

Fighting 25 September 2012

Marvel vs. Capcom: Origins is a compilation of two classic, arcade fights known from earlier generation slot machines and consoles (including PlayStation One and Xbox). The package included Marvel Super Heroes (1997) and Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes (1998). Developers from Capcom have taken care of HD visuals and new gameplay modes.

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale
PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale

Fighting 20 November 2012

A unique fight in which the most recognizable heroes of games released by Sony will meet. Using special superattacks, they fight for dominance in the four-player arenas, which allude in style to the productions for the PlayStation.

Girl Fight
Girl Fight

Fighting 25 September 2013

Bijatyka, in which only female characters can be chosen. The game consists of duels trying to knock out warriors. The game offers a wide range of heroines. Each of them has its own fighting style and special attacks. An additional attraction is the editor that allows you to match the presentation of characters and their abilities to our preferences.

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.

Soulcalibur V
Soulcalibur V

Fighting 31 January 2012

Soulcalibur V is the fifth installment of the popular series of brawls produced by Namco Bandai and at the same time the second addressed to the eighth generation consoles. The main character of the feature mode is Patroklos Alexandra, a young warrior who sets off in search of his older sister, Pyrrhy. The game features 26 heroes with different skills and weapons, which can be fought on 20 boards.

The Fight: Lights Out
The Fight: Lights Out

Fighting 05 November 2010

The Fight: Lights Out is a Sony Computer Entertainment combat simulator. Players take on the role of street duels in which there are no rules. The game takes advantage of the capabilities of the PlayStation Move controller and the PlayStation Eye webcam, and the hero's actions are controlled by imitating the right punches and kicks.

Street Fighter X Tekken
Street Fighter X Tekken

Fighting 06 March 2012

A continuation of Capcom's famous fighting game series, facing off against the rival Tekken series, with which the popular Street Fighter has been fighting a fierce battle for supremacy on the market for years. The creators of both series decided to find a way to reconcile the aforementioned brands by borrowing characters from them on a reciprocal basis.

Dead or Alive 5 Last Round
Dead or Alive 5 Last Round

Fighting 20 February 2015

The most complete edition of the fifth installment in the cult fighting game series Dead or Alive. The first version of this game was released in 2012 on seventh generation consoles. The game was developed by studio Team Ninja which also created some entries in the Ninja Gaiden series. A characteristic trait of Dead or Alive games are the dynamic battles with an option to capture enemy attacks directed at different body parts.

Kung Fu Panda: Showdown of Legendary Legends
Kung Fu Panda: Showdown of Legendary Legends

Fighting 17 November 2015

It is a 3D action-packed brawler with arcade elements, set in the Kung Fu Panda universe depicted in the popular movies and TV series. The players take part in the Legendary Legends Tournament along with the best 20 kung fu warriors (along with four new characters that need to be unlocked). The competition involves three types of various arenas that move, change their shape, and challenge players with various special features.

Shovel Knight: Showdown
Shovel Knight: Showdown

Fighting 10 December 2019

Another extension to the warmly received Shovel Knighta, whose development is the responsibility of the authors of the original - Yacht Club Games studio. Unlike other DLCs, Showdown is not a feature addition - it introduces a new gameplay mode instead.

Tekken
Tekken

Fighting 03 June 2011

One of the most popular series in its genre. In the game we take part in an elite tournament called King of the Iron Fist. One of the key characters is Kazuy Mishima, who wants to take revenge on his father.

Street Fighter Alpha 2
Street Fighter Alpha 2

Fighting 04 June 2009

The second installment of the Street Fighter Alpha sub-series, a continuation of Capcom's best-selling series of two-dimensional battles. A gallery of characters known from the first part of the series returns in the game, although there are also a few new ones. The creators also introduced a number of modifications to the combat mechanics known from the original.