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Digimon All-Star Rumble
Fighting 11 November 2014
Party-game beats, designed for multiplayer games. The game is about guiding Digimons, who fight with each other for the title of the strongest creature. The creators have prepared several play modes, 10 arenas and 12 characters, which can take different forms.
A network brawl created by the independent Frontline studio. In the game we fight in the tournament with characters trained in various martial arts.
Persona 4: Arena
Fighting 07 August 2012
A beating set in the world of Shin Megami Tensei, known from the jRPG series, in which we can play Persona 3 and Persona 4 characters. The visual setting is two-dimensional, while the composer of music is traditionally Shoji Meguro.
NeoGeo Battle Coliseum
Fighting 09 June 2010
NeoGeo Battle Coliseum is a traditional 2D fight created by SNK Playmore - one of the most famous companies preparing games for slot machines and consoles. Famous series such as King of Fighters, Samurai Shodown and Metal Slug have been born out of SNK stable. NeoGeo Battle Coliseum is a title in which the creators gathered more than 40 of the most characteristic characters from SNK games.
Dragon Ball: Raging Blast
Fighting 10 November 2009
Another fighting game based on the cult manga by Akira Toriyama developed by Spike under the supervision of Namco Bandai. The players can take part in the events presented in the Dragon Ball Z animated series as well as previously unknown side episodes. There are over 70 characters at our disposal, including the popular heroes (Goku, Vegeta) and the main adversaries (Freeza and Buu). Duels take place on extensive, destructible arenas.
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.
The King of Fighters XII
Fighting 28 July 2009
King of Fighters XII is the next installment of the popular two-dimensional fighting series. This part offers, first of all, a significantly improved visual setting and standard elements - five-second fights in the 3-na-3 system.
Samurai Shodown 2
Fighting 10 September 2008
Reedition of a popular two-dimensional fight. We embark on spectacular battles by controlling one of the sixteen available characters.
Fighting 09 May 2007
Double Dragon is a cult murder from coin-up machines, which once enjoyed great popularity. No one should be surprised that the game was soon transferred to home hardware platforms, including PeCety.
Guilty Gear 2: Overture
Fighting 29 November 2007
Guilty Gear 2: Overture Studio Aksys Games is another part of the popular series. However, it breaks with its established standards - 2D graphics and duels.
Fatal Fury Special
Fighting 05 September 2007
Fatal Fury Special is a classic SNK fight that triumphed around 1993, when it appeared on NeoGeo machines and consoles. We play the duels in a two-dimensional scenery, making various combinations of blows. The program once tried to compete with the famous Street Fighter series.
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.
Tekken X Street Fighter
A fighting game developed by Namco combining the features of two competing series: Tekken and Street Fighter, each representing a somewhat different approach to the genre and contending for the title of best virtual fighting game. Production of this title began simultaneously with the development of Capcom's Street Fighter X Tekken, but unlike its competitor it features the mechanics and visuals of the Tekken series.
Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion
Fighting 08 November 2011
An unusual fight in which well-known cartoon characters from Cartoon Network meet in the arenas. Characters like Dexter, Ben 10 or Powerpuff Girls stand up to save their worlds from destruction. Each of them has a unique set of blows.
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.
Garou: Mark of the Wolves
Fighting 24 June 2009
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.
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.
Fighting 07 November 2012
Karateka is a brawl developed by the Liquid Entertainment team led by Jordan Mechner, in which, as a Japanese karate champion, we have to face the minions of the evil lord. The game is about playing a series of duels with more and more powerful opponents.
One Finger Death Punch
Fighting 24 June 2013
One Finger Death Punch is a PC-based 2D fighting game with a highly simplified control system. The player's task is to fight hordes of enemies. The whole interaction boils down to turning the warrior to the left and right, while all attacks are performed automatically.
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.