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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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Mortal Kombat (PSV)
Mortal Kombat (PSV)

Fighting 01 May 2012

A brutal fighting game and a reboot of the Mortal Kombat video game series - one of the most popular fighting-oriented franchises, launched back in 1992. The game was created by NetherRealm and the works were supervised by Ed Boon - the father of the series. This new installment is based on the best mechanics of its predecessors, both improving and modernizing the classic Mortal Kombat experience. Thus brutal fighting is the core of the game - fights are filled with spectacular special attacks and creative ways of finishing off the enemy. The players received a massive number of both well-known and completely new fighters. The new X-Ray system was introduced as well, allowing the player to launch special attack sequences. New game modes were also added, including challenges, Story Mode and Tag Team, which allows two teams of two players to fight against each other. Combining classic elements with the new can be also observed in the visuals that combine 2D and 3D elements.

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Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition (PSV)
Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition (PSV)

Fighting 12 November 2013

A spectacular fighting game starring the DC Comics superheroes. The production was developed by NetherRealm, the creators of the 2011 game Mortal Kombat. The story mode features an alternative world, in which a power-hungry version of Superman has taken over the world. He is opposed by a group of heroes from the “default” reality. Mechanics-wise, Injustice: Gods Among Us is mostly inspired by Mortal Kombat. Every playable character (e.g. Batman, the Flash, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern and Superman) has their own unique powers, which they can use in combat. The Ultimate edition of the game includes all the upgrades and DLC packs.

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PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale (PSV)
PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale (PSV)

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.

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Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 (PSV)
Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 (PSV)

Fighting 17 December 2011

Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 is an improved version of Capcom's Marvel vs. Capcom 3 battles. Developers have remained true to the basics of the game, introducing 12 new heroes, 8 new arenas and new dialogue games and movies ending the clashes in Arcade mode. The network multiplayer mode has also been thoroughly redesigned, making it easier to find opponents and reducing delays.

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Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z (PSV)
Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z (PSV)

Fighting 23 January 2014

A dynamic 3D fighting game set in the Dragon Ball universe popularized by anime series and manga. Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z was created by ARTDINK - a Japanese developer popular for such titles as A-Train HX or Gundam Seed Battle Destiny. The players were offered a chance to assume the roles of their favorite heroes, such as Goku or Vegeta, as well as to participate in spectacular duels both in mid-air and on the ground. The game features several modes, such as a single player story campaign or an extensive multiplayer mode for up to 8 players. The game offers cel-shaded 3D graphics and because of that, resembles Dragon Ball comic books and cartoons to a large extent.

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Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late[st] (PSV)
Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late[st] (PSV)

Fighting 20 July 2017

An extended edition of a conventional 2D fighting game Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late, which came out in 2014. This new version was enriched with new game modes, a story campaign, a tutorial, as well as numerous improvements brought to the combat system.

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Brawlhalla (PSV)
Brawlhalla (PSV)

Fighting canceled

A free-to-play two-dimensional platform fighting game from the independent studio Blue Mammoth Games – the creators of a browser MMO game Dungeon Blitz. The production combines elements of 2D fighting games and platformers. Gameplay comes down to engaging in combat on multi-level maps. The fighting system is purely arcade, so what really matters is speed, strength, mastery of combos, and the skillful use of individual abilities of particular characters. The game features dozens of fighters from different epochs and genres – knights, pirates, and even aliens. Each character has a different story and fighting style. Brawhalla features both a single player campaign and multiplayer for up to 8 players. Even though the game utilizes old-school 2D graphics, backgrounds and characters are displayed in high definition.

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One Piece: Burning Blood (PSV)
One Piece: Burning Blood (PSV)

Fighting 21 April 2016

Another installment in the popular 3D fighting game series based on the best-selling Japanese comic books created by Eiichiro Oda. The title was co-developed by Namco Bandai Games and Spike Chunsoft studio – the creators of Danganronpa and the Conception series. The plot is not very sophisticated as it serves only as a pretext for the most famous One Piece fighters to engage in duels. The game includes all of the important characters from the original manga. What differentiates this title from series like Tekken is the fact that in One Piece: Burning Blood you can control a team of three fighters that can be switched during battles any time you want. Each character has its own set of moves as well as special attacks, called Logia Moves. The key to success is the correct choice of team members, creating a versatile mix of offensive and defensive abilities.

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Dead or Alive 5 Plus (PSV)
Dead or Alive 5 Plus (PSV)

Fighting 19 March 2013

A special version of the fifth installment of the famous fighting series, designed for PlayStation Vita. The game has been enriched with support for some characteristic elements of the console (e.g. touch screen). The creators also included many corrections, changes and novelties, which were also included in the patch released on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

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J-Stars Victory VS+ (PSV)
J-Stars Victory VS+ (PSV)

Fighting 19 March 2014

An extended version of the three-dimensional fight, which debuted in 2014 on PlayStation 3 and PS Vita. Players have the opportunity to embody their favourite characters known from Japanese comic magazines Jump and take part in spectacular duels in many arenas.

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BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend (PSV)
BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend (PSV)

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.

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Fighting Force (PSV)
Fighting Force (PSV)

Fighting 28 August 2012

A "walking" brawl, developed by the creators of Tomb Raider - Core Design studio, realized in the third person perspective. In the game we play one of the four characters trying to stop the booming of the crazy Dr. Zening. Disappointed by prophecies about the imminent end of the world, he decides to bring an apocalypse to mankind on his own.

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The King of Fighters '97 Global Match (PSV)
The King of Fighters '97 Global Match (PSV)

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.

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Guilty Gear (PSV)
Guilty Gear (PSV)

Fighting 28 August 2012

A two-dimensional brawl that debuted on PlayStation 1, and after many years also reached other platforms. Guilty Gear takes us into the future, when man-made, animated weapons have turned against their creators; as we struggle, we participate in a tournament whose winner will have to face their leader, the Testament.

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Legend of Raven (PSV)
Legend of Raven (PSV)

Fighting canceled

A console port of an independent old school fighting game, Yatagarasu, which became quite a success in 2011 in Japan. Legend of Raven takes us to 25th December 1926, when Japan faces a revolution. The government establishes a secret organization of assassins, who are ordered to restore the order and kill anyone opposing the authorities. For its symbol, the group takes a mythical three-legged raven Yatagarasu. Gameplay wise, Legend of Raven is a classic two-dimensional fighting game, featuring an old school style resembling the first entries in the Street Fighter series. The players can choose from various heroes, each with a unique special attack. Gameplay is fast-paced and uses 4-button control, with addition of upper and lower guard. Visuals consist of well-drawn backgrounds and character sprites. This version also features a new soundtrack and better background, as well as improved multiplayer mode.

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Street Fighter Alpha 2 (PSV)
Street Fighter Alpha 2 (PSV)

Fighting 28 August 2012

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.

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Tekken (PSV)
Tekken (PSV)

Fighting 28 August 2012

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.

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BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend (PSV)
BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend (PSV)

Fighting 23 April 2015

BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend is an expanded version of the 2013 BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma that was released on PlayStation 3. In terms of mechanics, Chrono Phantasma Extend combines elements of classic 2D fighting games and visual novels, a genre very popular in Japan. We follow the game's plot through dialogues and artworks. Once in a while we have to fight with the enemies we encounter, and results of those fight have impact on the plot. The fights are dynamic and were designed with multiplayer confrontations in mind. BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend improves the game's controls, i.e. the refurbished Guard System or four new Stylish Mode stances. The game also introduces two new playable characters and slightly improved visuals.

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Arcana Heart 3: Love Max!!!!! (PSV)
Arcana Heart 3: Love Max!!!!! (PSV)

Fighting 29 May 2014

Corrected and extended version of the fight, which originally appeared in 2011. The game includes a new storyline scenario and gameplay mode. Players have 23 female characters at their disposal - each of them has its own set of blows and moves.

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Reality Fighters (PSV)
Reality Fighters (PSV)

Fighting 22 February 2012

Reality Fighters is an arcade fight produced by Spanish studio Novarama Technology for PlayStation Vita users. The game takes advantage of the technical capabilities of the platform, allowing players to create warriors based on their own image, as well as battles in sceneries transferred to the console screen from its surroundings.

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Divekick (PSV)
Divekick (PSV)

Fighting 20 August 2013

Divekick is a two-dimensional fight developed by One True Game Studios. The game offers exceptionally simple control, which is limited to the jump and kick keys only. This, however, was enough to create a production of considerable depth.

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Fighting Force 2 (PSV)
Fighting Force 2 (PSV)

Fighting 29 August 2012

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.

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Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme VS Force (PSV)
Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme VS Force (PSV)

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. The action is observed from the third-person perspective and several robots can participate in a single battle. As befits a proper fighting game, we are given a set of basic strikes that can be combined into deadly combos. As far as novelties are concerned, the most important ones include new units and the Extreme Force Mode in which teams, led by a player, fight one another in real time with the option to pause combat and issue orders to individual combatants.

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Samurai Shodown V Special (PSV)
Samurai Shodown V Special (PSV)

Fighting 12 September 2017

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. An important role is played by two factors: Sword Gauge, which stands for the power of strikes (it grows when you are in a defensive stance), and Rage Gauge, responsible for special counter-attacks (charges up when you receive damage). Among the available skills there are many spectacular moves, including the ability to slow down time, as well as exceptionally brutal Overkill Moves, which usually conclude battles. The core of gameplay in Samurai Shodown V Special lies in the story mode, which features the events from before the first game in the series. There is also the Versus Mode, which puts you up against another player. Samurai Shodown V Special features oldschool 2D graphics.

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J-Stars Victory Vs (PSV)
J-Stars Victory Vs (PSV)

Fighting 19 March 2014

Arcade fight, produced by Namco Bandai's development studio. Players have the opportunity to embody their favourite characters known from Jump comic magazines (including Goku Son, Vegeta, Toriko and Zebra) and take part in spectacular duels in five arenas. The game has been designed primarily for multi-player fun.

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Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R (PSV)
Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R (PSV)

Fighting 23 April 2013

The next installment of the popular series of two-dimensional beats, created by the Japanese studio Arc System Works. The title is an extended and improved version of Guilty Gear XX Accent Core, which was released in 2007.

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